Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics and
Optoelectronics is an international scientific journal
publishing fundamental and applied papers (up to 15 pages)
and short notes (up to 3 pages) in the area of:
hetero- and low-dimensional structures;
physics of microelectronic devices;
linear and nonlinear solid-state optics;
optical storage and holography;
optoelectronics and optoelectronic devices;
The journal accepts also advertisements and
announcements of conferences as well as publications on
Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics and
Optoelectronics is published quarterly. Subscription
requests should be sent to the Editorial Office.
Manuscripts should be submitted in English
and supplemented with a text file and figures.
An electronic copy may be submitted by e-mail.
The rules for submission of electronic copies are as
1. An electronic copy should be submitted by email.
2. Acceptable text formats: plain text (.txt), rich text format
(.rtf), tagged text (ASCII), MultiEdit (.txt), WordPerfect,
MS Word (.rtf, .doc), PageMaker (.rtf, .pm).
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PCX, CDR, WMF, MS Word and MS Graf, MicroCalc
Origin (opj), JPG. Figures created using software for
mathematical and statistical calculations should be
converted to one of these formats.
Manuscripts should be sent to:
Editorial Board of Semiconductor Physics, Quantum
Electronics and Optoelectronics
Institute of Semiconductor Physics, NAS of Ukraine,
41, prospect Nauky, 03028 Kyiv, Ukraine
Phone: +380 (44) 525 6205, Fax: +380 (44) 525 5430
Manuscripts should be supplemented with:
Official letter signed by a chief manager of the institution
where the work was performed. This rule does not apply to
papers submitted by international groups of authors.
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authorized to permit open publication of the paper (only for
authors from Ukraine and other FSU countries).
Agreement on copyright transfer to the Publisher.
Copyright transfer forms may be obtained from the Editorial
Office. These are accessible on the Internet page above.
1. PACS and Universal Decimal Classification code (for
authors from FSU). Several comma-separated codes are
allowed. If no classification codes are indicated, the code(s)
will be assigned bythe Editorial Board.
2. Title of the paper and name(s) of the author(s).
3. Name of affiliated institution, full address, telephone and
fax numbers, e-mail addresses (if available) for each author.
Abstract: up to 200 words, must be presented in English,
Ukrainian and Russian. Before the abstract text one should
indicate in the same language: the paper title, surnames and
initials of all authors.
Keywords: their amount must not exceed eight word units.
In the specific cases it is acceptible to use two- or threeword
terms. These words must be placed under the abstract
and written in the same language.
Text should be printed double-spaced on white paper (A4
format) with a 12-point font. Titles of the paper and sections
should be typed with bold capitals.
Equations should be entered using MS Equation Editor.
Papers with handwritten equations are not accepted.
Notations should be defined when first appearing in the text.
Tables should be submitted on separate pages in the format
of appropriate text processors (see above), or in the text
format (with columns separated by periods, commas,
semicolons, or tabulation characters). Use of pseudographic
characters is not allowed.
List of references should be double-spaced, with references
numbered in order of their appearance in the text.
The format for references is as follows:
Books: Author(s) (initials, then last names), book title (in
italics), publishers, city and year of publishing. (If
reference is made to a particular chapter, indicate chapter
title, book title in italics, and page numbers). Example: J. A.
Hall, Imaging tubes, Chap. 14 in The Infrared Handbook,
Eds. W. W. Wolfe, G. J. Zissis, pp. 132–176, ERIM, Ann
Arbor, MI (1978).
Journals: Author(s) (initials, then last names), paper title,
journal name in italics (use abbreviated names only for
well-known journals), volume and issue numbers, page
numbers, year of publishing. Example: N. Blutzer and A. S.
Jensen, Current readout of infrared detectors. Opt. Eng.
26 (3), pp. 241–248 (1987).
Captions for figures and tables should be printed in the
manuscript double-spaced after the list of references.
Footnotes should be avoided if possible.
Pictures will be scanned for digital reproduction. Only highquality
pictures can be accepted. Inscriptions and symbols
should be printed inside. Negatives, slides, and
transparencies are not accepted.
Figures: each figure should be printed on a separate page
of the manuscript and have a size not exceeding 160×200
mm. For text in figures, use 10-point fonts. Measurement
units should be indicated after a comma (not in
parentheses). All figures are to be numbered in order of
their appearance in the text, with sections denoted as (a),
(b), etc. Placing figure numbers and captions inside figures
is not allowed. On the back side, write with a pencil the
paper title, author(s) name(s) and figure number, and mark
the top side with an arrow.
Photographs should be submited as original prints.
At the moment publication of
original papers, reviews or short notes in Semiconductor Physics,
Quantum Electronics and Optoelectronics is free. There are no any
submission charges. And there are no any processing charges for standard publication due to Waiver Policy for Developing Nations currently applied to authors from any country.
Color printing is possible if its cost is covered by the
authors or their sponsors. For information about the rules
and costs, contact the Executive Secretary.