Plasma Physics Reports (Fizika Plasmy) was founded in 1975 in order to publish papers on a comparatively young and extremely fruitful branch of modern science—plasma physics. The journal covers the following topics: high-temperature plasma physics related to the problem of controlled nuclear fusion based on magnetic and inertial confinement; physics of cosmic plasma, including magnetosphere plasma, sun and stellar plasma, etc.; gas discharge plasma and plasma generated by laser and particle beams. The journal also publishes papers on such related topics as plasma electronics, generation of radiation in plasma, and plasma diagnostics. As well as other original communications, the journal publishes topical reviews and conference proceedings.
Plasma Physics Reports is abstracted and/or indexed in:
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Valentin P. Smirnov, Joint Institute for High Temperatures, RAS, Moscow, Russia
Andrei N. Starostin, Troitsk Innovation and Fusion Research Institute, Troitsk, Russia
Lev M. Kovrizhnykh, Plasma Physics Department, Institute of General Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia
Aleksandr S. Sakharov, Institute of General Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia
Nikolai L. Aleksandrov, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow oblast, Russia; Vladimir V. Arsenin, Kurchatov Institute, Russian Research Centre, Moscow, Russia; Sergei V. Bulanov, Institute of General Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia; Nikolai S. Erokhin, Space Research Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russia; Stanislav E. Grebenshchikov, Institute of General Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia; Aleksandr M. Ignatov, Institute of General Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia; Viktor I. Ilgisonis, Kurchatov Institute, Russian Research Centre, Moscow, Russia; Aleksandr A. Ivanov, Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Siberian Branch, RAS, Russia; Vyacheslav I. Karas’, Institute of Physics and Technology, National Scientific Centre, Kharkov, Ukraine; Aleksandr G. Litvak, Institute of Applied Physics, RAS, Nizhni Novgorod, Russia; Mikhail P. Petrov, Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia; Andrei S. Shikanov, Lebedev Institute of Physics, RAS, Moscow, Russia; Aleksandr V. Timofeev, Kurchatov Institute, Russian Research Centre, Moscow, Russia.
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2016, Volume 42 (12 issues)
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