My name is Dr. John A. Francis, and I invite you to submit your research to a Thematic Issue of Materials Science and Technology on Light Alloys. I encourage you to contribute your research to this thematic issue in the form of reviews, original research, or short critical assessments. Articles should fit within the scope of the journal, but I am also seeking ground breaking research with an emphasis on material, structure and structure-property relationships.
Materials Science and Technology covers fundamental and technological aspects of materials science and engineering with a particular interest in the continuum from understanding of process routes leading to the generation of microstructure, through characterisation and understanding of how microstructure is controlled and manipulated, to the control and prediction of relevant engineering properties.
Why Publish with Materials Science and Technology?
In addition to the prestige of being published in a thematic issue of one of the IOM3 journals, authors will also benefit from the following:
- Have your research validated by a robust peer review process;
- Increase your opportunities for future collaboration as a contributor to a journal with an Impact Factor of 1.008;
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- and much more!
As Editor of this Thematic Issue, I am particularly seeking research that provides an insight into:
a) The development of novel materials;
b) Developments in the processing of light alloys, and linking those developments to the properties of the materials;
c) Advances in modelling the behaviour of light alloys, either in service or during processing operations prior to service.
I invite you to send in your submissions by 30th June 2017, via the journal's Editorial Manager site.