PROGRESS IN PHYSICS OF METALS
A Quarterly Review Research Journal
© G. V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics of the N.A.S. of Ukraine
The review journal Uspehi Fiziki Metallov (abbreviated key-title — Usp. Fiz. Met.) was founded in 2000 (the state registration certificate of the printed mass medium KB # 4160 as from 20.04.2000). In 2018, after the re-registration procedure, according to the assigned new registration certificate КВ # 23233-13073ПР as of 22.03.2018, in addition to the transliterated title Uspehi Fiziki Metallov, the journal received an official parallel title Progress in Physics of Metals (abbreviated title — Prog. Phys. Met.). The journal publishes review research articles (which comply with the principles of publication ethics and rules for authors) comprising reviews (i.e. overview papers summarizing and analyzing the current state of understanding on a topic) of experimental or/and theoretical results in physics and technology of metals, alloys, compounds, and materials that possess metallic properties; reviews on monographs, information about conferences, seminars; data on the history of metal physics; advertising of new technologies, materials and devices.
Scope of the Journal
Founders and Publisher
The periodical was co-founded by the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (N.A.S. of Ukraine) and G. V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics of the N.A.S. of Ukraine (IMP NASU). The journal is published by the IMP NASU (publishing certificate ДК # 5875 as from 13.12.2017) and printed in the Publishing House “Akademperiodyka” of the N.A.S. of Ukraine (publishing certificate ДК # 544 as of 27.07.2001).
Scientometrics and Subject Areas
“Progress in Physics of Metals” is abstracted and indexed in the following international scientometric databases:
Scopus (SJR) by Elsevier,
Web of Science Core Collection (Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)) by Clarivate Analytics,
ROAD (Directories of Open Access Journals and Scholarly Resources),
Chemical Abstracts Service,
EBSCO (Applied Science & Technology Source Ultimate Database),
Publons (international platform of reviewers of the Web of Science covered periodicals),
Open Ukrainian Citation Index (OUCI),
NASU electronic library,
Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine (database “Ukrainika scientific” and abstract journal “Source”).
According to the list of scientific professional periodicals in Ukraine, approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the journal “Progress in Physics of Metals” is assigned the “A” category that is validated for publishing results of theses (dissertations) for Doctor of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Physics and Mathematics as well as Technical Sciences. See also other Institution (IMP NASU) periodicals.