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
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• metallic materials
• inorganic nonmetallic materials
• composite materials
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Dr. shadi Abu-Baker, 42 years old, is an assistant professor of Chemistry at Ohio University Zanesvill. He Received his PhD in Chemistry and Biochemistry from Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Faculty of Art and Science, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. His Thesis title is“Solid-State NMR Spectroscopic Studies on Phospholamban and Saposin C Proteins in Phospholipid Membranes”. Then he joined a Research Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Cincinnati, Faculty of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio.As of today, his total peer-reviewed publications exceed 32, with over 890 citations and 11,000 downloads by other scientists in the field (Source Google Scholar & Research Gate)
2008-2010 Research Postdoctoral Fellowship. University of Cincinnati, Faculty of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio.
2002-2007 PhD in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Faculty of Art and Science, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Thesis title: Solid-State NMR Spectroscopic Studies on Phospholamban and Saposin C Proteins in Phospholipid Membranes.
1997-2000 MSc. in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan.
1991-1996 Bachelor of Science. Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan.
My main goals of conducting research is to provide my students with superior undergraduate experiences, excellence in research and scholarship, and to enhance “student engagement in community service,” particularly in the first and second‐year courses. I am committed to research at Ohio University Zanesville, have mentored OUZ undergrads on research projects, presented and published in conferences and peer- reviewed journals, and other scientists cite my work. I am also committed to teamwork and collaborate with colleagues at the OU Zanesville and OU Athens in research projects.
All my publications were in peer-reviewed journals well known to chemists such as Journal of Chemical Education, Journal of Laboratory Chemical Education, the Chemical Educator, PLoS One, and Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Cancer Cell, Natural Sciences and Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. As explained on the website of each of these journals, decisions about whether submissions should be published are based on evaluations of a manuscript’s usefulness to readers and acceptable standards of quality. A manuscript may be publishable in these journals if its content is rigorous and creative and represents sound scholarship. It must also have a high probability of providing the audience with new, improved, or enhanced insights or tools for scientific research or education. The work should, therefore, have a high impact on the chemistry or science education profession or influence the scope of the audience of the specific research topic published. My articles received citations from other chemists and researchers in the field. According to Google Scholar, my articles were cited in other peer-reviewed journals by authors more than 500 times with over a 100-time citation per year in between 2014 and 2017. According to Research Gate website, my RG score = 27.34 which is higher than 82.5% of the nationwide science researchers and my articles were cited hundreds of times (~636) by other scientists in their articles all around the world. My articles and their citations can be downloaded from my Google Scholar or Research Gate web pages that I created to keep all my research items available to be downloaded, viewed and cited. My contact information is available to colleagues and I receive and answer questions from other scientists periodically.