Advanced Engineering Materials celebrates 20 years of publication, an increased Impact Factor of 2.906 and more.
The current issue of Advanced Engineering Materials presents highlights from the fields of Cellular Materials and Materials for Transport Applications, respectively.
This Special Section of Advanced Engineering Materials has been dedicated to Peter Greil on occasion of this 65th birthday.
A new method for the fabrication of anisotropic iron oxide nanostructures has been developed through the application of a magnetic field in plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD).
The current issue of Advanced Engineering Materials includes contributions from three special sections,.
Modelling can now confidently include accurate energy coupling parameters, leaving less to guess work.
The computational design, fabrication, and experimental evaluation reported is the first dynamic demonstration of a mechanically tunable negative stiffness metamaterial.
A special section presents the current state of research in the field of ultrafine grained metallic materials and composites, with emphasis on processes, properties and microstructures.
The mechanical cycling of a number of microscale 3D polymer‐based architectures is investigated.
High‐volume compatible production technologies for light metal and fiber composite‐based components with integrated sensors and actuators.