Launched in 1923 Measurement Science and Technology was the world's first scientific instrumentation and measurement journal and the first research journal produced by the Institute of Physics. It covers all aspects of the theory, practice and application of measurement, instrumentation and sensing across science and engineering. The journal publishes original research articles, technical design notes, topical reviews and editorial perspectives.
It welcomes special issues and features, including conference papers. The acceptance rate of less than 1 in 3 reflects the high standing of the journal.
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering (JMM) is a leading journal in its field, covering all aspects of nano- and microelectromechanical systems, devices and structures as well as nano/micromechanics, nano/microengineering and nano/microfabrication.
The submissions are rigorously reviewed (the rejection rate was 61% in 2018).The submission should present novel scientific results in the area of basic or applied computer science, it will be evaluated by independent reviewers. There is no publication fee and the authors get one hardcopy of the journal issue also free of charge.
Coatings (ISSN 2079-6412) is an international peer-reviewed and open access journal for the rapid dissemination of the latest research findings in the science and engineering of coatings, thin and thick films, surfaces and interfaces. It publishes original research papers and brief communications that report on the latest finding of research together with review papers that systematize the remarkable points on the state of the art. Since its establishment, Coatings has experienced a constant growth and is now affirmed as a primary platform for the dissemination of research within the surface and interface science and engineering community. Coatings is covered by leading indexing services, including Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science), Scopus (Elseiver), Inspec (IET) and other relevant databases. The latest Impact Factor (IF) is 2.330 and the CiteScore is 2.42.
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