Published on behalf of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3)
Materials Science and Technology is an international forum for the publication of refereed contributions covering both fundamental and technological aspects of the properties, characterization and modelling, processing, and fabrication of engineering materials. The journal has a particular interest in the continuum from understanding and modelling of process routes leading to the generation of microstructure, through characterization, understanding and modelling of how microstructure is controlled and manipulated, to the modelling, control and prediction of relevant engineering properties. 'Microstructure' is shorthand for nano/micro/meso/macrostructure, provided that 'structure' is identified at the appropriate size scale. 'Properties' may be electrical, mechanical, electronic, chemical, magnetic, thermal, optical, or biochemically related.
Contributions addressing any part of the continuum in an insightful manner, whatever the material system, are invited. What is important is that an attempt is made to relate 'properties' back to effects of 'microstructure'.
Volume 29 (2013), 12 issues per year
Print ISSN: 0267-0836
Online ISSN: 1743-2847
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Professor J F Knott, OBE, FRS, FREng, University of Birmingham, UK
Professor A Horsewell, Technical University of Denmark
Professor R D K Misra, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Professor V Randle, University of Wales Swansea, UK
Professor P J Withers, FREng, University of Manchester, UK
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