- Aims and scope ⟩
- Ethics and policies ⟩
- Peer-review process ⟩
- Publication schedule ⟩
- Access ⟩
- Submissions ⟩
- About the publisher ⟩
- Mailing address ⟩
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Aims and scope
Probability and Mathematical Physics aims to be a leading specialist journal in mathematical physics and probability, with particular emphasis on the interface between these disciplines. The policies of PMP are set by the editorial board and it is run with the interests of the scientific community in mind.
Statement of scope
PMP publishes research of the highest quality, originality and importance. It welcomes submissions of research articles in mathematical physics (broadly interpreted) and in the topics of probability connected to physics. High-quality and timely survey or expository articles will also be published.
Ethics and policies
Information about the journal's editorial principles, its policies for authors, the handling of complaints and appeals, and copyright and licensing can be found here.
This journal operates a single-anonymized review process (the names of the reviewers are hidden from the author). You can read about the peer-review process, including expectations and responsibilities for the journal and for reviewers, here.
Probability and Mathematical Physics publishes 4 issues per year, for an expected total of about 1250 pages.
Journal access and fees
Access to the journal is by subscription. All articles become free to access and read six years past publication (meaning on the sixth January 1st after the publication date). The journal does not charge any author fees.
Preservation of access
Authors may submit manuscripts in PDF format here.
Authors should follow these submission guidelines.
About the publisher
The journal is published by MSP (Mathematical Sciences Publishers), alongside other top journals. MSP is a nonprofit who believes that fair-priced scholar-led subscription journals remain the best stewards of quality and fairness, and strives to offer the highest quality at the lowest sustainable prices. MSP also developed EditFlow, the popular peer-review web application.
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Probability and Mathematical Physics
First published: 2020.
Size/periodicity: 4 issues per year.
ISSN (electronic): 2690-1005.
ISSN (print): 2690-0998.
Dimensions: 8×10.5in (20.3×26.7cm).
Note: The figure shows an Ising model configuration at criticality on the square lattice, in the presence of disorder lines. The scaling limit of the model is an archetypical example of a conformally invariant field theory in two dimensions. The picture is a simulation produced by Clément Hongler from EPFL.