Elsevier is delighted to announce the launch of the new journal: Materials Today Physics. This journal is the latest addition to Elsevier’s Materials Today family; a growing collection of core and extended family titles covering materials sciences and related fields.
Materials Today Physics will be a multi-disciplinary journal focused on all aspects of cutting edge materials physics. Both theoretical and experimental work on synthesis and physics of novel materials and their applications are within the scope of the journal.
“As a materials physicist, I have been facing the difficult choice on which good journal to publish the interdisciplinary research findings since there is no specific journal for results that are neither pure materials science nor pure physics, but a mixture of materials synthesis, characterizations, and physics. It seems the time is ripe now for a journal that can publish results in this quickly growing field.” said Editor-in-Chief Professor Zhifeng Ren from the Department of Physics and TcSUH at the University of Houston. “The goal of the journal is to provide a highly visible platform for materials physicists to publish their findings, covering the comprehensive aspects of materials science, physics, chemistry, and potential applications of the materials”.
“The goal of the journal is to provide a highly visible platform for materials physicists to publish their findings, covering the comprehensive aspects of materials science, physics, chemistry, and potential applications of the materials”.Editor-in-Chief, Professor Zhifeng Ren
Dr. Liliana Birla, Publisher of Materials Today Physics at Elsevier commented, “With Materials Today Physics, a new high-impact journal in the Materials Today family, we aim to strengthen the connections between the materials and physics communities, providing a platform with very competitive publication time, strict peer-review process and robust links with the existing Materials Today family titles.
Dr Stewart Bland, Executive Publisher of Materials Today at Elsevier emphasized: “We believe that this latest addition to the family will help the Materials Today journals further our goal of providing comprehensive coverage across materials science, spanning ground breaking discoveries to highly specialized research.”
The first issue of Materials Today Physics will be published in Q2 2017. For more information about the journal or to submit an article, go to: www.journals.elsevier.com/materials-today-physics.
For more information about the Materials Today family, visit www.materialstoday.com/about.