Malaysian Journal of Fundamental & Applied Sciences

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Journal abbreviation : Mal. J. Fund. Appl. Sci.

Imprint : Penerbit UTM PRESS. ISSN:2289-5981e-ISSN:2289-599X.


Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Hadi Nur

The Malaysian Journal of Fundamental & Applied Sciences (formely known as Journal of Fundamental Sciences, ISSN: 1823-626X) is a refereed research journal published by Penerbit UTM Press, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. The aims and scope of the journal encompasses research articles, original research reports, reviews, short communications and scientific commentaries from fundamental principles to practical applications in the broad field of mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. All
manuscript submissions must be made through the journal’s online manuscript system at Online Submissions.

This journal is indexed by ISI-Web of ScienceMyCite, MyAis, and Google Scholar.

The Malaysian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences (MJFAS) is now entering its twelfth year and it is now the official journal of the Indonesia-Malaysia Research Consortium (I’M Research Consortium). The consortium’s aims are to foster the development of
the field through a crossdisciplinary approach and to reach consensus in areas of common interest in fundamental and applied sciences field. By making The Malaysian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences the official journal of the I’M Research Consortium, we hope to provide a forum to bring together society members and to publish peer-reviewed consensus documents that emerge from the activities of the consortium.