Journal overview


Albanian Journal of Mathematics (ISNN: 1930-1235)  is a peer-reviewed electronic mathematical journal for the publication of original research articles of excellent quality in mathematics. The journal aims to reflect the latest developments in mathematics and promote international academic exchanges between mathematicians worldwide.

The journal offers free access to anyone. We publish original research articles in pure and applied mathematics and related areas that are of highest possible quality. 

Research papers go through a normal refereeing process, overseen by an editorial board member.  The authors can submit their papers directly to any member of the Editorial Board. All content of the journal becomes free after two months from the date of publication. There are no fees or publication costs for the authors. The journal covers its expenses from donations.

The journal will publish in any of the following languages: 
  • Albanian
  • English
  • French
  • Italian
  • German

Areas of Publication

Albanian J. Math. publishes in those areas of mathematics of interest to its editors. Some of these areas include
  • Algebra
  • Algebra geometry
  • Number theory
  • Discrete mathematics
  • Complex Analysis
  • Statistics 

Submission and acceptance rate

The journal has an acceptance rate of about 10%.  About 50% of the papers are rejected on a first reading and without being reviewed. 

We strive for the highest quality research papers and for fast publication. If you are a new author who is just starting the career in mathematics then most probably this is not a journal that you would like to try, unless encouraged by one of the editorial board members. All papers are reviewed by three independent referees. 


Albanian Journal of Mathematics will follow strictly the Mathematical Reviews Policy on Electronic Journals.

Articles posted on our Journal's website will be considered published. Once an article is published it will not be revised. If the author and the editors consider appropriate an "Erratum" of the paper can appear in a later issue.

This practice will apply to every aspect of the published article, including the text, title, references, and ancillary information. Published articles and all revisions will persist indefinitely in the scholarly record.

Editorial Board

Founding Editor