Journal of Inorganic Materials
Published by The Science Press, started in 1986, bimonthly, 192 pages per issue, the journal of Inorganic Materials in an academic periodical with English abstracts sponsored by the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Main Contents: creative treaties on new inorganic non-metallic materials, including artificial crystals, functional and structural ceramics, special composite, solid thin film, special glass and gradient materials; brief reports on achievement obtained at different stages; summarized and reviews on the progress of special areas or subjects of inorganic non-metallic materials; new processes and new techniques.
Readers: scientific and technical corkers engaged in inorganic nonmetallic materials and university teachers and students interested in these special fields.
Honorable Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Yan Dongsheng, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Address of the Editorial Office:
1295 Dingxi Road, Shanghai 200050, China
Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
npj Computational Materials
Online-only and open access, npj Computational Materials is dedicated to publishing the finest articles on materials by design and integrated computational and experimental materials research.
Find out further information on the journal aims and scope here.
Part of the Nature Partner Journals series, npj Computational Materials is published in a partnership between Nature Publishing Group and the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. – find out more.
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Bringing together strong editorial leadership with world-class publication systems, Nature Partner Journals transcend traditional research boundaries with innovative features such as lay summaries, allowing journals to serve as intersections for many disciplines and systems, opening up research to the wider public.
npj Computational Materials is led by Editor-in-Chief, Professor Long-Qing Chen – visit the ‘about the editors’ page for further information.
npj Computational Materials will frequently publish research of interest to a wide audience – explore our recent press coverage.