Journal of Physical Science, a publication of Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM Press), has once again been picked as one of the recipients of the Current Research in Malaysia (CREAM) Awards 2018 by the Ministry of Education Malaysia.
This is the third consecutive year the journal bagging the awards, after winning it in 2016 and 2017.
Introduced in 2015, CREAM Awards are accorded to identified scholarly journals in Malaysia showcasing high performance and promising potential.
The award ceremony was held on 25 October 2018 at Sama Sama Hotel, KLIA, Sepang, Malaysia at 2.30 pm. The Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Physical Science, Prof. Dr. Abdul Latif Ahmad, was present to receive the award.
We are pleased to announce the latest publication of Journal of Physical Science, Vol. 29, Supp. 2.
The publication is a special issue resulting from the 6th International Conference on Education, Concept and Application of Green Technology by Engineering International Committee (EIC 2017) of Engineering Faculty, Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES), Indonesia, organised on 11 October 2017.
All articles (open access, in two digital formats, i.e., PDF and EPUB) can be accessed via this link.
On behalf of the editor-in-chief and the publisher, Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM Press), we thank you for the continued support by contributors, reviewers, readers and researchers.
We are delighted to inform our readers that the Journal of Physical Science is once again the recipient of Current Research in Malaysia (CREAM) Awards by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia for year 2017.
CREAM Awards are accorded to scholarly journals published by Malaysian scholarly publishers showing high performance on publications based on identified criteria outlined by the Malaysian Citation Centre. The awards were first introduced in 2015.
Last year, Journal of Physical Science was also selected as one of the winners.
This year, 18 journals were selected as the recipient of CREAM Awards 2017.
This accolade is an epitome of the journal’s commitment to become a major platform in producing quality research and publications.
The award-giving ceremony was held at Putrajaya International Conference Centre (PICC), Kuala Lumpur on 5 October 2017, and officiated by Dato’ Seri Idris Jusoh, Malaysia’s Higher Education Minister.
In the same ceremony, the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Physical Science, Professor Dr. Abdul Latif Ahmad, was also a recipient of Malaysia’s Research Star Awards, an individual award given to influential researchers making a major impact in the scholarly arena.
The article, written by three researchers—Faiznur Fuad, Khairiah Abd. Karim and Mashitah Mat Don—edged out 27 other short listed articles published by various journals in Malaysia for the category.
The award ceremony was organised at the Duyong & Marina Resort, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, and was officiated by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, Dato’ Seri Idris Jusoh.
The Journal of Physical Science and the publisher, Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia congratulate the authors on their awards. The award is a recognition to researchers who have shown great initiative in publishing high-impact research, and to the journal as a platform for high-quality publications.
We are delighted to inform our readers that the latest issue of Journal of Physical Science, Vol. 28, Supp. 1 (2017), is now published. All articles can be accessed and downloaded from this link.
Vol. 28 Supp. 1 is a special issue published in conjunction with the 4th Conference on Future Biorefineries 2016 held on 12–15 March 2016 in Langkawi, Malaysia. The conference gathered researchers whose works are focusing on the technology developments for utilisation and conversion of lignocellulosic biomass in the lignocellulosic biorefinery.
We would like to extend our warm appreciation to our guest editors, Dr. Low Siew Chun (Universiti Sains Malaysia) and Dr. Shuhaida Harun (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia) for spearheading the issue.
We are pleased to inform our readers that the Journal of Physical Science will be publishing a special issue (Vol. 28, Supp. 1), a post-conference publication in conjunction with the 4th Conference on Future Biorefineries 2016 held on 12–15 March 2016 in Langkawi, Malaysia. The conference gathered researchers whose works are focusing on the technology developments for utilisation and conversion of lignocellulosic biomass in the lignocellulosic biorefinery.
The Vol. 28, Supp. 1 issue is guest edited by Dr. Low Siew Chun of School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia and Dr. Shuhaida Harun of Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. It will feature 19 peer-reviewed articles contributed by a sum of 62 researchers and scholars across various institutions. The production of this special issue is in progress as of this writing, while the abstracts of the accepted articles are now accessible via this link.
Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia as the publisher of Journal of Physical Science is excited to collaborate with the committee of the 4th Conference on Future Biorefineries 2016 and the Long Term Research Grant Scheme project groups on this publication. We look forward to reaching our readers again with the complete publication in due time.