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




Cornelius Ogbodo Anayo Agbo


Dr. Cornelius Ogbodo Anayo Agbo, born 22nd January 1964, is a Lecturer working at University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering. He received his Master and Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1998 and in 2016, respectively. During his PhD period, he has focused his research on the control of stress relaxation and residual thermal stress during cure of glass fiber reinforced thermoset composites. He also studied the effects of different cool-down methods on the mechanical properties of the composites.

He has authored journal articles in both local and international publications.


Current Research

  • Glass fiber reinforced composites
  • Natural fiber reinforced composites

Interested topics

  • Thermal behaviors of fiber reinforced plastics
  • Characterization of new natural fiber reinforced composites
  • Coupled environmental influences on fiber reinforced composite materials