About Albanian J. Math.

About us


Albanian Journal of Mathematics
(ISSN: 1930-1235) is published by RISAT (Research Institute of Science and Technology) based in Vlora, Albania.


Address:
Albanian Journal of Mathematics
Research Institute of Science and Technology
Rr. Pavarsia, Nd. 2. H. 29,
9405 Vlorë, Albania


Albanian Journal of Mathematics (ISSN: 1930-1235) was founded in 2007 with the idea to support mathematical research in Albania and abroad. Albanian J. Math. is an international journal publishing high-quality, original research papers in a wide spectrum of pure and applied mathematics. The prestigious interdisciplinary editorial board reflects the diversity of subjects covered in this journal, including algebra, group theory, number theory, analysis, functional analysis, ergodic theory, algebraic topology, geometry, combinatorics, theoretical computer science, mathematical physics, applied mathematics. Throughout its existence the journal has not charged any fees to the authors and has always been a free open access journal. The journal is supported by private donations and voluntary work from its staff.

Citations

The MathSciNet citation for 2019 is 2.15, ranking Albanian J. Math. as one of the top mathematical journals in the World. The average for all mathematics journals indexed in MathSciNet is 0.43.

Starting from January 2021, Albanian Journal of Mathematics will be delivered through Project Euclid. This will increase the exposure of the journal to the mathematical community worldwide. The Journal will continue with the same Editorial Board and the same publishing policies and strategy.

Call for papers

We are looking for papers with original results in the areas of algebra, algebraic and arithmetic geometry, number theory, computational algebra, symbolic computation, mathematical physics, differential equations, and related areas. Occasionally we encourage special issues from guest editors on particular areas of mathematics or dedicated to celebrate achievements of recognizable mathematicians. If you have an idea for a special issue please contact the Editor in Chief.