Latvian Journal of Physics and Technical Sciences (Latvijas Fizikas un Tehnisko Zinātņu Žurnāls) publishes experimental and theoretical papers containing results not published previously and review articles. Its scope includes Energy and Power, Physical Sciences, Physics and Applied Physics in Engineering, Environmental Biotechnology
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Editor-in-Chief Namejs Zeltins, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia
Deputy Editor-in-Chief Andris Sternberg, Institute of Solid State Physics University of Latvia
Deputy/Managing Editor Skaidrīte Ezerniece, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia
Editors Energy and Power Jurgis Vilemas, Lithuanian academy of Sciences, Lithuania Jans Kapala, PolishAcademy of Sciences, Poland John Melngailis, University of Maryland, USA Timo Jääskeläinen, University of Joensuu, Finland Anna Mutule, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia Gaidis Klāvs, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia Juris Savickis, SIA "ITERA" Āris Žīgurs, AS "Latvenergo"
Physical Sciences Andrejs Siliņš, Institute of Solid State Physics, Latvia Andris Ozols, Riga Technical University, Latvia Kurt Schwartz, Research Reactor to Darmstadt, Germany Mārtiņš Rutkis, Institute of Solid State Physics, Latvia Jānis Kalnačs, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia Anatolijs Šarakovskis, Institute of Solid State Physics, Latvia Aleksejs Kuzmins Institute of Solid State Physics, Latvia Ēriks Birks, Institute of Solid State Physics, Latvia
Language Editor Oksana Ivanova, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia
Technical Editor Igor Begichev, Institute of Physical Energetics, Latvia