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CMMPG (Electronic-only format) is founded in 2015 and is an open access peer-reviewed journal fully available to all readers. It aims to publish original works containing new approaches and ideas of the Mathematics related to Theoretical Physics and Applications. The Journal features publications of great significance describing the physical world by analytical, numerical and statistical methods. 

 

Contemporary Methods in Mathematical Physics and Gravitation (CMMPG) is listed in:

oaji

http://oaji.net/journal-detail.html?number=1719

jifactor

http://www.jifactor.org/journal_view.php?journal_id=2353

Latest Papers

    • Qamar Din
      Qualitative nature of a discrete predator-prey system
    • Ahmad Golbabai, Ehsan Mohebianfar
      A new variable shaped radial basis function approach for solving European option pricing model
    • T. Donchev, A. Nosheen, R. Ahmed
      On the solution set of fuzzy systems
  • Physics greats of the 20th century mixed science and public service 16th February 2017
    Reviews & PreviewsHistory of Science,Science & Society,Physics New biographies chronicle the lives of Enrico Fermi and Richard Garwin By Tom Siegfried 6:00am, February 23, 2017 GREAT MINDS  Physicists Enrico Fermi (left, shown in the 1940s) and Richard Garwin (right, in the 1960s) are the subjects of two new books.From left: Dept. of Public Affairs/Dept. of […]
    Lillian
  • Sound waves could take a tsunami down a few notches 14th February 2017
    TeaserPhysics,Oceans Acoustic-gravity waves would exchange energy with destructive water wave By Emily Conover 9:00am, February 15, 2017 WAVE GOODBYE  Firing a pair of sound waves at a tsunami, like this one that hit Japan in 2011, could weaken the wall of water and decrease its height, a researcher proposes. Mainichi Shimbun/REUTERS Magazine issue: Vol. 191 […]
    Kate
  • Supernova spotted shortly after explosion 13th February 2017
    NewsAstronomy,Physics Spectra from just hours after blast provide details of star’s last days By Emily Conover 11:00am, February 13, 2017 BRIGHT AND EARLY Scientists caught an early glimpse of an exploding star in the galaxy NGC7610 (shown before the supernova). Light from the explosion revealed that gas (orange) surrounded the star, indicating that the star […]
    Cassie
  • Smashing gold ions creates most swirly fluid ever 8th February 2017
    News in BriefPhysics Record-making vorticity found in quark-gluon plasma By Emily Conover 12:00pm, February 8, 2017 GIVING IT A WHIRL  Collisions of gold ions in the STAR experiment create an intensely whirling fluid. The mess of particles emitted in such collisions (like the one shown above) allows scientists to study the swirls.Brookhaven National Laboratory Magazine […]
    Lillian
  • New data fuel debate on universe’s expansion rate 2nd February 2017
    News in BriefCosmology,Physics Quasar observations support higher value for Hubble constant By Emily Conover 4:38pm, February 2, 2017 TWINKLING LIGHTS  Five quasars, shown, helped scientists make a new measurement of the universe’s expansion rate.ESA/Hubble, NASA, Suyu et al. Magazine issue: Vol. 191 No. 4, March 4, 2017, p. 18 Citations V. Bonvin et al. H0LiCOW […]
    Helen