Materials Technology: Advanced Performance Materials provides an international medium for the communication of progress in the field of functional materials (advanced materials in which composition, structure and surface are functionalised to confer specific, applications-oriented properties). The focus is on materials for biomedical, electronic, photonic and energy applications. Contributions should address the physical, chemical, or engineering sciences that underpin the design and application of these materials. The scientific and engineering aspects may include processing and structural characterisation from the micro- to nanoscale to achieve specific functionality.
The Editor welcomes in particular experimental, theoretical, and review papers on biological response, biosensing, electronic, magnetic, and optical properties of materials in bulk, thin film, nanotube/nanofibre or particulate form. Research articles that focus on integrating basic and applied research on nanostructured aspects of materials are also within the scope of the journal.
As part of its coverage, Materials Technology: Advanced Performance Materials also publishes special issues under the branding Materials Technology: Advanced Functional Materials and Materials Technology: Advanced Biomaterials. These online-only sections consist of commissioned thematic issues on active research topics in these key areas.
Volume 29 (2014), 6 issues per year
Print ISSN: 1066-7857
Online ISSN: 1753-5557
Journal homepage: www.maneyonline.com/mte
Professor R D K Misra, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Professor LU Li, National University of Singapore
Professor C Viseras Iborra, University of Granada, Spain
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