High Impact Factor
Put your research in front of the right audience
With an IF of 12.750*, APR is an ideal journal for articles on important topics in experimental or theoretical research in applied physics or applications of physics to other branches of science.
*2018 Journal Impact Factor Journal Citation Reports (Web of Science Group, 2019)
Cutting Edge Discoveries
Accepts Original Research Articles and Reviews
Historically a review journal, APR began considering submissions of original research for publication in January 2019. Future research articles will report on important and novel research studies of general interest to the applied physics community.
Invested in the Future of Science
APR is published by a Not-for-Profit Organization
Revenue from the journal helps support the scientific and educational programs
of the American Institute of Physics such as The Society of Physics Students, Neils Bohr Library & Archives and InsideScience.org.
Superior Author Experience
Publishing should be easy, not stressful
APR’s Editorial Team is here for you throughout the submission, review, and publication process and we’ll treat your manuscript like it’s our own. You will receive expert editorial guidance and fair and constructive peer review.Additionally our Production Team will provide expertise in copy editing to ensure clarity and grammatical correctness, making your paper the best it can be.
Awesome Editorial Team
Receive professional and expert feedback
Luigi (pictured) is real! He is one of several Ph.D. scientists on our Editorial Team. They each have active experience in reviewing and publishing papers and their combined experience provides the foundation for the premium service and attention your research will receive. Read about Luigi and the rest of the team on our website products.aip.org/apr
Meet the Editor
Luigi Longobardi, Executive Editor
Luigi is a physicist by training, an editor at heart, and can bake an amazing loaf of sourdough bread. Before joining AIP Publishing, Luigi spent six years at the American Physical Society where he was the Assistant Editorial Director and where he worked on Physical Review B and Physical Review X and launched Physical Review Fluids and Physical Review Materials. Luigi received a Ph.D. in physics from Stony Brook University and was subsequently a Marie Curie Researcher in Napoli and then a Research Associate at Dartmouth College.