Aims and Scope

The Progress in Physics of Applied Materials (PPAM) is a peer reviewed biannual open-access journal of high quality providing an international medium for publishing experimental and theoretical papers on physics of materials having wide varieties of applications. Interdisciplinary articles are also welcome.

The PPAM journal publishes original research articles, reviews (both short and specific or long and general), short communications, and letters within its scope. The papers should contain extensive and novel experimental and theoretical works with rigorous analysis and sound interpretation.


-        The experimental scope of the journal includes:

  • Synthesis
  • Growth
  • Processing
  • Characterization

This scope aims to improve the electrical, optical, dielectric, and magnetic properties of new materials.

-        The scope of the journal also covers the theoretical and analytical papers.