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:





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
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  • Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking dies at 76 14th March 2018
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