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About the Journal
Focus and Scope
Himalayan Physics (HimPhys) is a distinguished, open-access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high-quality articles that make innovative contributions to various fields of physics. It is published annually by the Nepal Physical Society (Gandaki Chapter) and the esteemed Department of Physics at Prithvi Narayan Campus in Pokhara.
The primary objective of HimPhys is to provide a platform that unites researchers and practitioners from both domestic and international academic communities, fostering a focused exchange on advanced techniques and the exploration of new frontiers within the physical sciences. By facilitating collaboration and knowledge-sharing, HimPhys aims to establish strong connections with the vibrant physics community in Nepal.
With an unwavering commitment to open-access principles, HimPhys ensures its valuable content is freely available to scientists, educators, and enthusiasts worldwide. By embracing this approach, the journal seeks to amplify the accessibility and impact of research findings, encouraging the advancement of physics knowledge globally.
HimPhys invites submissions from distinguished researchers, promising scholars, and industry professionals covering diverse topics across all branches of physics. Through rigorous peer-review processes, the journal maintains a high standard of scientific integrity and publishes only articles that demonstrate originality, relevance, and methodological rigor.
Himalayan Physics is published annually.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Himalayan Physics is published by the Department of Physics, Prithvi Narayan Campus, Pokhara and the Nepal Physical Society, Gandaki Chapter.