A founder of the research journal “Uzbek Journal of Physics” is the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The journal has been published since 1957, re-registered on 22 December, 2006. Information Agency of the Republic of Uzbekistan (Certificate number No. 0044). (ISSN 1025-8817)
The journal “Uzbek Journal of Physics” (Uzbekistan Physics Journal) is the only specialized journal in the field of physics in the Republic of Uzbekistan and covers all major areas of research and developments in various fields of physics: astronomy and space research, physics of high energy and elementary particles, condensed matter physics and materials science, optics and spectroscopy, laser physics, acoustics, surface physics and others.
Language: Russian, English
The goal and objectives of the journal is to provide a wide range of researchers, specialists, masters and doctoral students of research institutes and universities with information on recent developments, achievements and news in the field of physics.
Specialty. Original scientific papers in the field of physics are published in the journal.
Unique features of the journal. The journal covers all the basic areas of research in physics.
Special issues devoted to international and republican symposiums and conferences held on the basis of research institutes in the Republic are published.
Regions of distribution - The journal is distributed by the Institute of ion-plasma and laser technologies and delivered to subscribers only.
Sources of funding - off-budget funds and by subscription in the Republic.
Zakhidov Erkin Agzamovich
Date of Birth: August 1, 1955
Place of birth: Tashkent city
Directions: Physics and Mathematics
Laboratory head of Arifov Institute of ion-plasma and laser technologies of theAcademy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan (since 2016- till now).
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
Graduated from Tashkent State University (now NUU) in 1977
Author of more than 200 scientific papers.
100125, Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Durmon Yuli street 33
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