Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation
Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation (IMMI) is a peer-reviewed publication that explores innovations from the discovery of materials through their manufacture in support of the practice of Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME).
Specific publication interests include but are not limited to:
- Research that supports building a model-based definition of materials and processes that is compatible with model-based engineering design processes
- Descriptions of novel experimental or computational tools or data analysis techniques and their application that are to be used for ICME
- Best practices in verification and validation of computational tools, sensitivity analysis, uncertainty quantification, and data management
- Detailed case studies on efforts that integrate experiment and computation to solve an enduring engineering problem
Journal of Electronic Materials
Published in partnership with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Journal of Electronic Materials (JEM) reports on the science and technology of electronic materials while examining new applications for semiconductors, magnetic alloys, dielectrics, nanoscale materials, and photonic materials. The journal welcomes articles on methods for preparing and evaluating the chemical, physical, electronic, and optical properties of these materials. Specific areas of interest are materials for state-of-the-art transistors, nanotechnology, electronic packaging, detectors, emitters, metallization, superconductivity, and energy applications.
Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy
The Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy (JSM) is a quarterly publication dedicated to presenting metallurgical processes and related research aimed at improving the sustainability of metal-producing industries, with a particular emphasis on materials recovery, reuse, and recycling.
Coverage also includes novel metallurgical processes and related research that lead to operations of a smaller environmental footprint. In addition, the editorial scope encompasses new techniques, as well as optimization of existing processes, to include utilization, treatment, and management of metallurgically generated residues. Articles on nontechnical barriers and drivers that can affect sustainability will also be considered.
Jointly published by TMS and ASM International, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A and B are highly respected, peer-reviewed archival journals for metallurgy and materials science. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions E: Materials for Energy Systems, was published from 2014 through 2017, with all issues archived on SpringerLink.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A
This monthly publication focuses on the latest research in all aspects of physical metallurgy and materials science, and explores relationships among processing, structure, and properties of materials. Publication interests encompass the main topics of alloy phases; transformations; transport phenomena; mechanical behavior; physical chemistry; environment; welding and joining; surface treatment; energy materials; magnetic materials; solidification; materials processing; composite materials; biomaterials; and light metals.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B
A bi-monthly publication, this journal focuses on process metallurgy and materials processing science. Coverage emphasizes the theoretical and engineering aspects of the processing of metals and other materials, including studies of electro-and physical chemistry, mass transport, modeling, and related computer applications.
TMS Members: You have free electronic access to 20 materials-related journals, offered by TMS’s publishing partner, Springer.
Sponsoring and Cooperating Society: Acta Materialia Journals
TMS is one of the two Sponsoring Societies (with ASM International) that supported the formation of Acta Materialia
in 1953, and is now considered a Cooperating Society for the Acta journals. Cooperating societies are technical or professional societies that have been approved by the Acta Board of Governors. These societies have agreed to assist with development of the Acta journals and other corporation activities by offering candidates for the Acta Board of Governors. The Acta Board of Governors, which consists of fifteen total members, of which six are Sponsoring Society members and four are Cooperating Society members, establishes the operating procedures and policies for Acta Materialia, Inc. and oversees the publishing of the four Acta journals: Acta Materialia
, Acta Biomaterialia
, Scripta Materialia
, and Materialia
. The Acta journals are not among those offered as a free TMS member benefit.
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