Frontiers in Materials Science and Technology
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This special issue aims to provide up-to-date knowledge and the latest scientific concepts and technological developments in the processing, characterization, testing, mechanics, modeling and applications of a broad range of advanced materials.
The many contributors, from Denmark, Germany, UK, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Japan, the People’s Republic of China, Singapore, Taiwan, USA, New Zealand and Australia, present a wide range of topics including: nanomaterials, thin films and coatings, metals and alloys, composite materials, materials processing and characterization, biomaterials and biomechanics, and computational materials science and simulation.
The work will therefore be of great interest to a broad spectrum of researchers and technologists.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: This volume for materials science engineers is a compilation of research papers presented at the International Conference on Frontiers in Materials Science and Technology held in Brisbane, Australia, in March 2008. Bell (materials science, Queensland U. of Technology, Australia), Lin Ye (materials science, U. of Sydney), Cheng Yan (materials science, Queensland U. of Technology) and Liangchi Zhang (materials science, Queensland U. of Technology) have edited these contributions which strive to strengthen the research done in Australia with the global scientific community. These peer-reviewed articles cover the latest advances in nanomaterials, thin films and coatings, metals and alloys, composite materials, biomaterials and biomechanics, materials processing and characterization and recent developments in computational materials science and simulation.