Introducing Advanced Materials Interfaces

by | Feb 14, 2014

The first issue of Advanced Materials Interfaces has been published.

The Advanced Materials team has announced the publication of the first issue of their new journal, Advanced Materials Interfaces. The journal, which is free to access for 2014 and 2015, is devoted to cutting-edge fundamental and applied research in all areas of interface- and surface science (see the editorial for a full list of keywords). The launch of Advanced Materials Interfaces reflects the ever-increasing importance of interfaces and interfacial phenomena in materials science, which is evident in the dramatic increase in the number of interface-related articles across the Advanced Materials family in recent years.

This first issue deals with wide range of topics, which reflects the broad scope of the journal, including microelectronics, plasmonics, self-assembly, microcontact and nanoprinting, superhydrophobic coatings, thin films and hydrogen production. On the front cover, we feature the work of Jeong Park’s group on hierarchical porous nanostructures used as photocatalysts in water splitting. The inside front cover highlights the contribution from Jochen Mannhart and co-workers on state-of-the-art electronics based on functional oxides. Another highlight of this issue is the contribution from Geoffrey A. Ozin’s team, which reports a new method to fine-tune 3D colloidal photonic crystals on the nanoscale.

(left) Front cover, (middle) inside cover and (right) back cover of Advanced Materials Interfaces, Vol. 1, Issue 1.

We sincerely hope that you share our excitement and enjoy reading Advanced Materials Interfaces. The editorial team is happy to receive any input and comments at [email protected].

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