Laser Physics Letters is a monthly international scientific peer-reviewed journal published in English. Its goal is to publish new and noteworthy results in the broad area of Laser Physics science. The scope and the topics within the purview of this journal can be found in the Scope and Topics pages. The journal publishes submitted original articles and invited Brief Reviews. The Journal was founded in 2003. The first issue of the printed and online versions of the Journal appeared in January 2004.
The Executive Committee of the Editorial Board consisting of the Editor-in-Chief, and the Deputy Editors-in-Chief makes the Journal's editorial decisions. The Editorial Board, as a whole, provides the scientific leadership and the diverse topical expertise for the Journal. When necessary, the Editors also may call upon ad-hoc panels of specialists for specific advice on Special Journal Issues.
Referees are asked by the Editorial Board to use the following criteria in making recommendations for the suitability of a manuscript for publication:
- The scientific validity of the manuscript.
- The probable impact of the manuscript on its specific field.
- The potential interest in the results reported in the manuscript by a broad segment of the laser sciences community.
Manuscripts submitted for publication must be in English and should be submitted online. For black and white printing, there are no page charges for publishing in Laser Physics Letters. Authors are kindly requested to follow the instructions and manual style found in the Instruction to Authors.
Laser Physics Letters is abstracted and/or indexed in Current Contents, SciSearch, Research Alert, and INSPEC.
The American Institute for Scientific Information reported that the Impact Factor for the Journal for 2012 is 7.714.