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Current Materials Science

ISSN: 2666-1454 (Print)
eISSN: 2666-1462 (Online)

Current Materials Science publishes full-length/mini reviews, research articles, recent patents and guest edited thematic issues in all areas of materials science. The journal is essential reading for all researchers involved in materials science. The journal also covers recent research in fast emerging areas of materials science, biomaterials, biological materials, magnetic materials, medical implant materials, nanomaterials, ceramics, plastics, polymers, semi-conductors, coatings, composites, paper, wood, textiles, methods, design and techniques.

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Feb 28, 2025
Trends in Modeling and Characterization of Advanced Materials: Tools and Techniques

Over the last decade, there is exponential growth in the function, dynamics and design of advanced materials and thus sustain enhanced functional and structural properties such as electrical, biological, thermal, magnetic, mechanical, optical at various scales. Materials modeling and characterization provide significant information on design principles and methods for fabrication of materials with improved and novel properties at micro- and nano-scales and elaborates composition, structure, mechanics in materials discovery and applications for green environment. Although... see more

Submission closes on: Oct 24, 2024
Sustainable Technology - Multidisciplinary Perspectives for a Greener Future

The thematic issue focused on United Nations Sustainble Development Goals and will gather the high-impact topics of Material Science Engineering, Biomaterials, Ceramics, Graphene Technology, Advanced Materials, Nanotechnology and Processing with the theme of “Sustainable Technology - Multidisciplinary Perspectives for a Greener Future”. The issue will bring together the leading academicians and researchers to share and discuss cutting-edge research and engage in high-level debate. Authors will include prominent researchers from academia and industry, and the meeting... see more