Aims and Scope

Advanced Materials Science Research delivers a forum to address key issues and publishes research in all areas of materials science and engineering, including the synthesis and properties of materials, and their applications in engineering applications. Advanced Materials Science Research is a broad scope journal that publishes articles in all areas of materials science and engineering including, but not limited to: Chemistry and fundamental properties of matter Material synthesis, fabrication, manufacture, and processing Magnetic, electrical, thermal, and optical properties of materials Strength, durability, and mechanical behaviour of materials Consideration of materials in structural design, modelling, and engineering Green and renewable materials, and consideration of materials’ life cycles Materials in specialist applications (such as medicine, energy, aerospace, and nanotechnology). Submission of original research, and focused review articles, is welcomed from materials scientists and engineers across both academia and industry.

Area of Focus includes:

  • Advanced metallic materials
  • Nanocatalysis
  • Functionally graded materials
  • Nanocrystalline substance
  • magnetism and magnetic materials
  • Inorganic non-metallic materials
  • Composite materials, Fluids and liquid crystals
  • Ceramics, Carbon, Glass, Metals, Nanomaterials, Polymers
  • Microelectronic materials and Materials Processing Technology
  • Environmental coordination materials, Optical materials
  • Precursor routes to materials, Self-assembled materials
  • Semiconductors, Super-conductors, Thin films, Biomaterials
  • Functionally graded materials, Magnetic materials
  • Advanced characterization methods and techniques
  • Computational materials science when coupled with experimentation
  • Catalytic materials, Chemical vapour deposition, Coatings, Clusters and colloids

 

The journal plays a key role in emphasizing practice-changing findings and exploring the modern advancements in the field. All articles are subject to independent review by a minimum of three independent experts.

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