International Journal of Mathematical Physics

ISSN: 2630-4600 (Online)

Journal Abbreviation: Int J Math Phys

Publication Frequency: quarterly

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Publishing Model: Open Access

About the Journal

International Journal of Mathematical Physics is an international Open Access journal that publishes original research articles and review articles related to all areas of mathematical physics. This journal covers dynamical systems, quantum mechanics, quantum computation, statistical physics, condensed matter physics, algebraic methods, relativity and gravitation, and partial differential equations.



News: Researchers outline game-theory approach to better understand genetics


Principles of game theory offer new ways of understanding genetic behavior, a pair of researchers has concluded in a new analysis appearing in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface. Its work opens the possibility of comprehending biological processes, and specifically biochemistry, through a new scientific lens.

The exploration considers signaling , which involves sender and receiver interactions with both seeking payoffs.

"The view of  as players in a signaling game effectively animates genes and bestows simple utilities and strategies—thus, unique personalities—on them," explains Bhubaneswar "Bud" Mishra, a professor at NYU's Courant Institute of

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Posted: 2018-09-11

News: Mathematician uses dynamical ideas for insight into the geometry of a space


Steven Frankel is not hungry. He just wants to talk about noodles.

Frankel is picturing a big bowl of —and whether, and when, the noodles might loop back around on themselves—infinitely extruded, as they might be, from some sort of cosmic pasta maker.

The noodles are a simplified way for Frankel, assistant professor of mathematics in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, to describe a link between the geometry of a space and the dynamics of that space—how the space changes over time. It's all part of his first solo-authored paper in the leading journal of his field, the Annals of Mathematics.

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Posted: 2018-09-11

News: Antimatter seen in two places at once thanks to quantum experiment


A particle can be in two places at once – even if it is made of antimatter. Researchers have just performed an antimatter twist on a classic experiment used to show one of the foundational tenets of quantum mechanics: that all particles are also waves.

In the most basic version of the double-slit experiment, first performed in 1801, a beam of light illuminates a plate with two parallel slits cut into it. The light that passes through the slits hits a screen, creating stripes of light and darkness …

Posted: 2018-09-11
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