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Zhanhu Guo, Ph.D.
Integrated Composites Laboratory,
Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 37996 USA.
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Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials is a thoroughly peer reviewed journal. Both the reviewers and editorial board are experts in their fields, and hold the advancement of the field the utmost priority. Reviewers also declare no conflicts of interest. For tips and methodology in conducting reviews see the guide for reviewers below.
Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials (Adv. Compos. & Hy. Matls.) journal is aimed to offer an international interdisciplinary platform for rapid scientific communication among material scientists, engineers, chemists, biologists, physicists, etc. Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials publishes peer-reviewed research on the new scientific understandings of composites design, surface and interface science/engineering, manufacturing, structure control, property design, device fabrication as well as related simulation/modelling studies. The scope of this journal is dedicated to the advancement of composites science particularly at the molecular/atomic level understandings of composite design, synthesis, processing, structural organization and functionalization, property characterization, and their applications. The synergism between the fillers and the matrix will be particularly emphasized. From the hosting matrix, the theme will include polymer, metal as well as ceramic research scopes for a broad scientific exchange purpose.
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