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Current Nanomaterials

ISSN: 2405-4615 (Print)
eISSN: 2405-4623 (Online)

Current Nanomaterials, a peer reviewed journal publishes full-length/mini reviews, original research articles and thematic issues on experimental and applied research on nanomaterials. The scope covers the synthesis, structure, properties, characterization and application of nanomaterials. The journal will cover all areas of nanomaterial science, engineering and nanotechnology with emphasis on all aspects of research on a wide range of nanomaterials including nanocomposites, inorganic materials, polymeric and biological materials and hybrid materials.

This inter-disciplinary journal will be of interest to scientists in both the physical and biomedical /pharmaceutical related disciplines in nanoscience research.

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Nov 20, 2024
Recent Advances in Nanomaterials: Modeling, Simulation, Machining and characterization

This special cover the vast domain of the advanced modeling and simulation of various nanomaterials, and its processing and structures governed by the laws of mechanics. The emphasis is on advanced and innovative modeling approaches and numerical strategies. The main objective is to describe the actual physics of large systems with complicated geometries as accurately as possible using complex, highly nonlinear and coupled Multiphysics and multiscale models, and then to carry out simulations with these... see more

Submission closes on: Aug 14, 2024
“Recent Advances in Design, Characterizations, Applications and Future Prospective of Smart Nanomaterials”

Scope of the Thematic Issue: Smart materials are the family of materials (hydrogels, nitinol, electroactive polymer, graphene structures, carbon-metal nanohybrids …many more) which represent their significant electrical, catalytic, thermal, optical, mechanical and magnetic properties. There are various numbers of categorized smart nanomaterials materials reported so far such as thermoresponsive, piezoelectric, electrochemical-responsive, magneto responsive, light responsive, pH-responsive, enzyme-responsive. These smart nanomaterials possess the excellent properties which could be controlled and engineered by regulating the external factors... see more