The Journal of Materials Science publishes reviews, full-length papers, and short Communications recording original research results on, or techniques for studying the relationship between structure, properties, and uses of materials. The subjects are seen from international and interdisciplinary perspectives covering areas including metals, ceramics, glasses, polymers, electrical materials, composite materials, fibers, nanostructured materials, nanocomposites, and biological and biomedical materials. The Journal of Materials Science is now firmly established as the leading source of primary communication for scientists investigating the structure and properties of all engineering materials
The Journals reports principally the achievements of materials science and engineering all over the world, putting the stress on the original research papers, review articles invited by editor, letters, research notes with novelty as well as brief of scientific achievement, covering a broad spectrum of materials science and technology, encompassing:
• metallic materials
• inorganic nonmetallic materials
• composite materials
I would like to thank the Journal of Materials science and the members of the editorial board for giving me the opportunity to become a new Journal editor. As a new editor of Materials science, I am very excited about this nomination and accept the challenges associated with serving as an editor for Material science. My vision as a new editor is to process and peer-review manuscript submissions in a timely fashion, accept submitted articles based on scientific merit score, and to encourage investigators to submit novel and thought-provoking articles. With the online submission system, the Journal of Material science welcomes the submissions from local and international investigators.
Materials Science is an international Open Access journal devoted to publishing peer-reviewed, high quality, original papers in the field of Materials science. We publish the following article types: original research articles, reviews, editorials, letters, and conference reports.
Materials Scientific Networks:
Materials Leadership & Committees consider proposals for Special Issues Editors will return a decision on your proposal within Two weeks of receipt. To enrich our vision of making the scientific information available at an ease of access, Materials Leadership & Committees initiated special issue for the open access journals. All the articles published under a special issue focuses on a single topic providing the complete information about the ongoing research providing more insight on an emphasized topic of research enabling the readers access wide forecasted information on a particular topic Issue.
Special Issue Proposals: Special Issue deals with focused research topics of high interest, falling under the scope of the Journal. Special Issues are the pool of articles under a current topic selected from the Ongoing Research under specific discipline. The aim of the Special Issue is to provide a platform for the researchers to understand the recent advancements and challenges in particular areas of research. These articles will provide an opportunity to the readers to understand and access the scientific information.
We encourage potential scientists to organize the Special Issue in their field of interests that fits within the Journal scope. This will provide an opportunity to increase the visibility of the Guest Editors. The Special Issue Titles may be from any basic and clinical area of Science, Technology and Medicine. People interested in publishing a special issue are advised to consider the following guidelines.
Your proposal should contain:
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Special issue articles are published immediately upon their acceptance and are released under upcoming regular issues. Special Issues are invited throughout the year. For more information or any queries about the special issues, please write us to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Promoting Your Special Issue
Materials Leadership & Committees will work with Guest Editors to increase the visibility of the Special Issue in the months leading up to the submission deadline and once it has been published.
What Materials Leadership & Committees will do:
1. Materials Leadership & Committees will circulate your Call for Papers to the Materials Editorial Board, targeted mailing lists, and relevant AoM listservs. It will also advertise your Call on the Material websites and other social media platforms. It will re-issue the Call at appropriate intervals.
2. Once the Special Issue is published, announcements will be made to the Materials Editorial Board, targeted mailing lists, and relevant AoM listservs as well as on the Materials websites social media platforms.
3. Free access to the Special Issue will be made available in the website to Guest Editors and readers.
What is expected of Guest Editors?
1. We expect that Guest Editors will circulate the Call for Papers within their own personal networks, social media groups, and at any relevant conferences or workshops they may attend.
2. If it has not already been suggested as part of the proposal, consideration should be given to organizing a conference or workshop either to generate submissions or to aid in the development of submitted papers. A symposium or PDW at a well-known conference may also be considered.
3. We expect Guest Editors to identify up to 50 scholars for whom the Special Issue will be particularly relevant
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Dr. Wenge Yang, 49 years old, is a tenured staff scientist working at Center for high pressure science and technology advanced research. He received hisbachelor and Ph.D. degree in Physics in 1990 and 1995 from Wuhan University, respectively. During his PhD period, he has focused his research on the plastic and elastic deformation mechanism of quasicrystals with linear elasticity theory and transmission electron microscopy. Then he received the Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship to continue the quasicrystal study at Research Center in Juelich, Germany. After that he moved to the United States, first as a postdoc at Carnegie Mellon University, then to Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Tennessee as visiting scientist and research faculty, to study the microstructure of deformation using SEM and Synchrotron radiation facility. From 2005, his research activities are mainly centered on the high pressure materials science study using comprehensive synchrotron techniques employed by Carnegie Institution for Sciences. He has broad interest in many kinds of materials, including quasicrystals, metallic glass, amorphous, liquid, high entropy alloy, transition metal oxides, perovskite battery materials, photovoltaic materials, topologic Dirac and Weyl semimetal materials, novel superconductors etc.
Dr. Wenge Yang has been the project manager of the high pressure synergetic consortium, established at the advanced photon source, Argonne National Laboratory to coordinate and develop multiple synchrotron techniques for in-situ high pressure research. Since 2014, he has joined in the Center for High Pressure Science and Technology Advanced Research, China to dedicate his effort on high pressure research. He is interested in novel development of using advanced synchrotron techniques to study materials’ response under high pressure.
High pressure structural study of quasicrystals
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