Applied Physics Letters retains top spot as most highly cited journal in Applied Physics
Journal metrics just released by Thomson Reuters*, once again show Applied Physics Letters (APL) to be the most highly cited journal tracked in the Applied Physics category, with 212,433 citations in 2012.
IMPACT FACTOR: 3.794
*2012 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2013)
Visit us at the March APS meeting!
AIP Publishing will attend the 2014 March APS meeting from 3-5 March in Denver, Colorado, USA, to promote Applied Physics Letters and other AIP journals. Stop by booth # 518 to talk about science, publishing, and the journal!
APL papers in the news
Science Editors’ Choice recently highlighted the APL article “Broadband nanoelectromechanical phase shifting of light on a chip” by M. Poot and H. X. Tang. Read the article here.
Applied Physics Letters Congratulates Associate Editor Alexander Balandin, winner of the 2013 MRS Medal
Professor Alexander A. Balandin, the founding chair of the materials science and engineering program at the University of California Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering and Associate Editor for Applied Physics Letters, has been awarded the 2013 MRS Medal for his work on thermal properties of graphene and the development of a new materials characterization technique. Read Prof. Balandin’s recent work in Applied Physics Letters here.
Editor’s Choice 2012 now online
Applied Physics Letters serves a wide range of applied science communities. Editor-in-Chief Nghi Lam has collected a selection of highly read articles from 2012, chosen to represent the best research across the entire journal. Read the collection here.
Did you know? APL-OEP articles freely available online!
APL: Organic Electronics and Photonics (APL-OEP) is a compilation of the hottest research in organic electronics and photonics. The spotlight journal is a subset of Applied Physics Letters. Articles presented in APL-OEP are freely available to the research community at http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/journal/aploep/issues.