Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is an open access, interdisciplinary, single blind peer-reviewed journal consolidating research activities in all experimental and theoretical aspects of modern sciences.
It is dedicated to the latest advancement in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, and their related and subfields. The journal publishes original papers including Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, and their related and subfields.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Please note the timetable for publication is as follows:
For volumes 1 to 7 (2015-2021) the timetable was:
- Issue 1 should be published on March 1st.
- Issue 2 should be published on June 1st.
- Issue 3 should be published on September 1st.
- Issue 4 should be published on December 1st.
- Issue 1 should be published on February 1st.
- Issue 2 should be published on May 1st.
- Issue 3 should be published on August 1st.
- Issue 4 should be published on November 1st.
Starting from volume 8 (2022) the timetable will be:
The Scopus CiteScore 2021 of the Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is 4.7.
The Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is ranked "19" among the multidisciplinary journals in the world using the CiteScore Criterion.
The Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is indexed in "Scimago Journal & Country Rank" with a rank of "34" among the multidisciplinary journals all over the world using the SJR criterion.
The Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is within the first quarter (Q1) according to the Cite Score Criterion. Also, it is within the first quarter (Q1) according to the (SJR) criterion.
The acceptance rate of the submitted articles in the Karbala International Journal of Modern Science
is about 15%.
Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4 (2022)
Evaluating Accuracy of Solar Ground Station System Data
Emad Jaleel Mahdi, Ali K. Resen, Ahmed B. Khamees, and Mudar Ahmed Abdulsattar
A Clustering Approach Based on Fuzzy C-Means in Wireless Sensor Networks for IoT Applications
Ali Mohammed Kadhim Abdulzahra and Ali Kadhum M. Al-Qurabat
RDLNN-based Image Forgery Detection and Forged Region Detection Using MOT
Akram Hatem Saber, Mohd Ayyub Khan, and Basim Galeb Mejbel
Investigation of a Solar Space Heating System Based on an Evacuated Tube Collector for Baghdad Climatic Conditions
Alaa H. Shneishil, Jaber O. Dahloos, and Khalid G. Mohammed
Predicting Users’ Personality on Social Media: A Comparative Study of Different Machine Learning Techniques
Ali Saadi Al-Fallooji and Ahmed Al-Azawei
Characterization of Algerian apricots (Prunus armeniaca) using morphological and pomological markers
Kaouther Boutiti, Ines Bellil, and Douadi Khelifi
Controlling the heterogeneous vancomycin intermediated Staphylococcus aureus (hVISA) through the use of Rosmarinus officinalis L. leaves extract
Osamah Z. Al-Hayali, Mohammed. F. AL-Marjani, and Abbas Maleki
Magnéli Phase Titanium Sub-Oxide Production using a Hydrothermal Process
Mohanad Q. Fahem and Thamir A.A. Hassan
Sustainable material for urea delivery based on chitosan cross-linked by glutaraldehyde saturated toluene: Characterization and determination of the release rate mathematical model
Jayanudin Jayanudin, Retno S. D. Lestari, Indar Kustiningsih, Dandi Irawanto, Rozak Rozak, Reyonaldo L. A. Wardana, and Fakhri Muhammad
Potential use of proteolytic bacteria Paenibacillus dendritiformis (BT7) isolated from Batu tannery effluents for the detergent industry
Chandran Masi, Degafneh Tadesse, and Abate Ayele
An Enhanced Diabetic Foot Ulcer Classification Approach Using GLCM and Deep Convolution Neural Network
Hussein A. Ismael, Nabeel H. Al-A’araji, and Baheja khudair shukur
Interactive virtualisation in Java Script of electromagnetism when changing the dynamic, static parameters of ferromagnetics
Adambek Tatenov, Nauan Shambulov, Umirbek Baitukayev, Aidana Ospanova, and Nurgul Shinykulova
Prediction of refractive indices and molecular radii of binary mixtures of Polyethylene glycol (PEG-200,400) and cyclic ethers: Insight into molecular interactions
Monika Dhiman, Arun Upmanyu, Pankaj Kumar, and D.P. Singh