Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics
ISSN Print 1095-0761 ISSN Online 1095-0753
8 issues per year
Abhay V. Ashtekar (Pennsylvania State University)
Elliott Lieb (Princeton University)
Shing-Tung Yau (Harvard University)
Barton Zwiebach (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Aims and Scope
Publishes original papers on all topics in which theoretical physics and mathematics interact with each other.
Publishing since 1997.
8 issues per year, in January, April, June, August, September, October, November and December.
Indexing / Reviewing
Citation Report Metrics
Coverage Year: 2020
Total Citations: 2513
Journal Impact Factor: 1.276
5-Year Impact Factor: 1.908
Immediacy Index: 0.545
Submit your paper for consideration to: Managing Editor, email@example.com
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Copyright: Author has the option to retain copyright of his or her paper.
Paper format(s) of initial submission. Required: Adobe PDF file.
Paper format(s) upon acceptance. Required: LaTeX, author-compiled Adobe PDF as reference. Preferred: LaTeX 2e, using the specified LaTeX 2e authoring template.
Instructions for submitting a paper for publication
- Prepare the paper in the Latex2e format specified on this page.
- Submit the paper to arXiv.org.
- Send an e-mail to: Charles Doran, Managing Editor, specifying the paper’s title, author(s), arXiv.org reference number, and including a link to paper on arXiv.org.
Selection and Acceptance
Papers that are published by invitation are selected by members of the editorial committee and are published immediately after the author’s authorization.
Papers that are submitted to the journal for publication are sent to members of the editorial committee for evaluation.
The standards of Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics are quite high, and only professional contributions will be considered for publication. The entire editorial board must approve the acceptance of any paper.