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Aims and scope
BMC Materials is an open access, peer reviewed journal covering all multi-disciplinary areas of materials science. It considers fundamental and applied research in the synthesis, characterisation, modelling and application of materials.
1. Structural materials
2. Functional materials
3. Energy materials
4. Biological and biomedical materials
5. Polymeric materials
6. Materials for interfaces and films
Lingling Tian, BMC
Rodrigo Martins, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Pedro Barquinha, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Wenguo Cui, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Drew Evans, University of South Australia
Emmanuel Kymakis, Hellenic Mediterranean University
Haiyan Wang, Purdue University
Ehrenfried Zschech, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems
About the Chair
We are honoured to welcome Rodrigo Martins, Full Professor at the Faculty of Sciences and Technology of New University of Lisbon, Portugal, as our chair. Professor Martins is highly active in the materials science community, acting as running President of the European Academy of Sciences, Head of the Materials Science Department of NOVA-STS and a member of the Portuguese Academy of Engineering. He also has published over 685 papers and obtained over 35,000 citations, as well as being a member of a variety of scientific communities.
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