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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
  • New form of hydrogen created 9th January 2017
    News in BriefPhysics,Chemistry,Condensed Matter Negatively charged clusters might exist in outer space By Emily Conover 2:50pm, January 9, 2017 HYDROGEN HUDDLE  Scientists produced negatively charged clusters of hydrogen in the lab. Hydrogen molecules made up of two hydrogen atoms (pairs of silver spheres) surround a negatively charged hydrogen ion (red sphere). The molecules arrange into […]
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  • ‘Time Travel’ tours a fascinating fiction 6th January 2017
    Reviews & PreviewsPhysics,Science & Society New book focuses more on fantasy than real science By Tom Siegfried 8:00am, January 8, 2017 TIME MACHINE  The TARDIS, disguised as a police phone box, is the time machine used by Doctor Who, one of many examples of fictional time travelers described by James Gleick in his book Time […]
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  • Antimatter hydrogen passes symmetry test 19th December 2016
    News in BriefPhysics No sign of CPT violation seen in measure of atomic energy levels By Emily Conover 11:00am, December 19, 2016 ANTIMATTER MATCH  Scientists with the ALPHA-2 experiment, shown above, found that antimatter and matter versions of hydrogen behave alike. The frequency of light necessary to boost antihydrogen atoms into a higher energy state […]
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  • Shadows of two failed searches loom over physics 3rd December 2016
    EssayPhysics,Astronomy There were no detections of dark matter particles this year and no signs of supersymmetry By Tom Siegfried 5:30am, December 13, 2016 DOUBLE DARKNESS  The failure to detect dark matter particles suggests scientists might need new strategies for unlocking the secrets of the cosmos.David Curtis Magazine issue: Vol. 190, No. 13, December 24, 2016, […]
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  • Despite lack of free electrons, bismuth superconducts 1st December 2016
    NewsCondensed Matter,Physics,Materials Theoretical questions raised by element’s loss of electrical resistance near absolute zero By Emily Conover 2:00pm, December 1, 2016 CONDUCTIVE CRYSTAL  A pure crystal of bismuth, like this cube (right), superconducts below 5 ten-thousandths of a kelvin, scientists report. Impure crystals of bismuth display iridescent patterns due to layers of oxidation that form […]
    Lillian