Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is an open access, interdisciplinary, double 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.
The Scopus CiteScore 2020 of the Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is 3.5.
The Karbala International Journal of Modern Science is ranked "17" 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 "35" among multidisciplinary journals all over the world using the SJR criterion.
Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3 (2021)
A new chaotic image cryptosystem based on plaintext-associated mechanism and integrated confusion-diffusion operation
Ahmed Kareem Shibeeb, Mohammed Hussein Ahmed, and Ahmed Hashim Mohammed
Stability-Delay Efficient Cluster-based Routing Protocol for VANET
Ahmed Jawad Kadhim Al-Shaibany Ph.D
Modeling Vitexin and Isovitexin Flavones as Corrosion Inhibitors for Aluminium Metal
Abdullahi Muhammad Ayuba and Umaru Umar
Two-Dimensional Quantitative Profiling of Cell Morphology with Serous Effusion by Unsupervised Machine Learning Analysis
Safaa Al-Qaysi Ph.D., Ding Dai MD Ph.D., Heng Hong MD Ph.D., Yuhua Wen Ph.D., and X.H. Hu Ph.D.
Adaptive reconstruction of the heterogeneous scan line ETM+ correction technique
Heba Kh. Abbas, Salema S. Salman, Rash Awad Abtan, Anwar H. Al-Saleh, and Ali A. Al-Zuky
Polystyrene Molecular Weight Determination of Submicron Particles Shell
Airat Z. Sakhabutdinov Dr.Sc., Professor; Safaa.M.R.H. Hussein Graduate Student; Alsu R. Ibragimova Researcher, Ph.D.; Vladimir Kuklin Lead Engineer, Ph.D.; Maxim Petrovich Danilaev D.Sc., Professor; and L.Y. Zaharova Chief Researcher, D.Sc.
Evaluation of Wind Data Reliability by Using Logarithmic and Power Laws: A case study in Southern Iraq
Ahmed B. Khamees, Saif F. Yaseen, Khalid S. Heni, and Mudar Ahmed Abdulsattar