The APS and APS journals databases have merged. Going forward, anyone with a subscription and/or a free personal profile with APS Journals will be redirected to apsnet.org when logging in. If your account was affected directly, you have already received notice. If you have trouble logging in, click here to reset your username and/or password
Please read below for more details which may apply to you.
APS members: If you signed up for a journal profile, your username and password are now the same as your member profile.
IS-MPMI members: Your IS-MPMI member username and password (for is-mpmi.org) may be different than your MPMI username and password, and you will still need to log in separately for your journal subscription or profile.
Q: Have my username and password changed?
A: Unless you were contacted by us directly, your username and/or password have not changed. If you did not receive a communication and are having trouble accessing, click here to reset your username and/or password.
Q: I’m a recently lapsed APS member and journal subscriber. I'm planning to renew. Will my username and password work?
A: Your member username and password will still allow access to your journal profile, and it will allow access to members-only and subscription content once you renew.
Q: I do not plan to become an APS member, but I would still like to subscribe to your journals. How do I subscribe?
A: Nonmembers can access our journals through an institutional subscription.
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