Archives of Materials Science and Engineering
In 2007 the International OCSCO World Press as a publishing unit of the WAMME Academy took the efforts of publishing a new journal - Archives of Materials Science and Engineering as a monthly under which the scientific patronage took the Committee of Materials Science of the Polish Academy of Science last year. The journal achieved a very attractive graphic form, a multicolour print and a new format, analogical to the JAMME ones.
International Journal of Computational Materials Science and Surface Engineering
The Association of Computational Materials Science and Surface Engineering (ACMSSE) and World Academy of Materials and Manufacturing Engineering (WAMME) has been publishing the International Journal of Computational Materials Science and Surface Engineering IJCMSSE. The first year of the cooperation was in 2007 which gave very good results. 6 issues of the 1st Journal Volume appeared. Unfortunately, then in spite of sending on time all the necessary materials to a few next issues, none of issues was published.
Taylor & Francis: International Journal of Smart and Nano Materials
International Journal of Smart and Nano Materials aims to publish original results, critical reviews, technical discussion and book reviews related to this compelling research field: smart and nano materials, and their applications. The papers published in this journal will provide cutting edge information and instructive research guidance, encouraging more scientists to make their contribution to this dynamic research field.
Taylor & Francis: Materials Research Letters
MRL is targeted to be a high impact, fast communication letters journal for the materials research community, by the materials research community. High quality articles will be selected for publication based on novelty, significance and potential impact of the reported results. Subjects of interest for publication in MRL include, but are not limited to, structural materials (metals, ceramics, polymers, composite), energy materials (solar energy, batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors, hydrogen storage, nuclear energy), functional materials (electronic, magnetic, optical), and low dimensional materials (sheets, tubes, wires, ribbons).
Taylor & Francis: Nanoscience Methods
Nanoscience Methods is a new forum for the publication of novel methods as well as significant improvements to techniques in the nanosciences. It is aimed at an interdisciplinary audience of academic and industry researchers actively involved in experimental nanoscience providing them with new tools to conduct their research.