Republican Interagency Scientific Collected Papers ‘Metallofizika’ was founded in March 1964. In September 1979 it was transformed into a Scientifically-Theoretical Journal of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR ‘Metallofizika’, which, by-turn, in 1994 was re-registered as an International Research Journal ‘Metallofizika i Noveishie Tekhnologii’ (registration certificate КВ no. 431 as from 08.02.1994). The last registration of the Research Journal ‘Metallophysics and Advanced Technologies’ there was in 2018: the state registration certificate of the printed mass medium КВ no. 23232-13072ПР as of 23.02.2018.
The journal is published by the G. V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics of the N.A.S. of Ukraine (publishing certificate ДК no. 5875 as from 13.12.2017) and printed in the Publishing House ‘Academperiodika’ of the N.A.S. of Ukraine (certificate of publishing subject: series ДК no. 544 as of 27.07.2001).
Scientometrics and Subject Areas
The journal is incorporated in the rating of SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR) and covered in Scopus, DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals), Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, Crossref, Chemical Abstracts, Index Copernicus, MedSci, Eigenfactor score, Fiz Karlsruhe, INSPEC, EBSCO, Publons — international platform of reviewers of periodicals covered by Web of Science, Pascal, VINITI, eLIBRARY, 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 is assigned the “A” category being validated for publishing results of theses (dissertations) for Doctor of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Physics and Mathematics as well as Technical Sciences.
In accordance with SJR, the journal publishes scientific works of the following subject areas (according to the Scopus Subject Areas and All Science Journal Classification Codes): 2506 – Metals and Alloys; 2504 – Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials; 2600 – Mathematics (miscellaneous); 3104 – Condensed Matter Physics.