Publication frequency
The RCF is a biannual journal.

Main language
Despite Spanish is the main language, contributions in English are also welcomed.

Table of contents per number and average quantity of articles
Each number includes a table of content with the articles distributed into several sections as follow:

  • Coordinates (1 article)
  • Original Articles (5-20 articles)
  • Review Articles (0-2 articles)
  • Moments of the Cuban Physics (0-1 article)
  • For Physicists and Non-Physicists (0-2 article)
  • Our Physics in News (8-12 short news as a single article)
  • Obituaries (0-2 article)
  • Comments (0-2 comments)

Types of contributions accepted by the RCF

  • Original Articles in two versions:

a. Regular Articles, with a maximum of 4000 words.
b. Short Articles, with a maximum of 1500 words. Differently to Regular Articles, the Short Articles have no Abstract in the printed version, and no sections. They should have a minimal amount of references and figures.

  • Review Articles, with a maximum of 9000 words.
  • Coordinates, with a maximum of 1500 words.
  • Moments of Physics in Cuba, with a maximum of 4000 words.
  • For Physicists and Non-Physicists, with a maximum of 4000 words.
  • News.
  • Obituaries
  • Comments

Purposes and themes
The RCF is a journal focused in the fields of Physics. The original articles included in the journal are supposed to deal with the following subjects:

  • General Physics: Statistical and Quantum Mechanics, etc.
  • Gravitation and Astrophysics.
  • Elementary Particles and Fields.
  • Nuclear Physics.
  • Atomic, Molecular and Optics Physics.
  • Non-Linear Dynamics, Dynamics of Floids, etc.
  • Plasma Physics and Light Beans.
  • Condensed matter: Structure, Opto-Electronic Properties, etc.
  • Complex Systems
  • Interdisciplinary Physics: Biophysics, etc.
  • Teaching of Physics.

Exceptionally, other contributions non-related with these subjects may be considered. However, in all cases the manuscripts should exhibit original results following the essentials of the so-called scientific method