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Nanomaterials are continually evolving with time for various
applications, including being used as reinforcements in nanocomposites.
Nanocomposites may be viewed as abundant interface nanoscale systems having the
ability to manipulate length-scales fundamentally important to many physical
properties. Sometimes, this can impart multiple functions, which has led to a
rapidly expanding scope and arena of application for these materials. In line
with typical composite logic, the function of nanoparticles in a matrix is
dependent on: (i) nanoparticle-matrix interaction and (ii) nanoparticle
distribution in the matrix. This is with regard to any material property of the
nanocomposites, be it crystallographic and/or electronic structure related.
The broad cross-section of contemporary research includes
structure, processing, property, characterization, and modeling aspects of
nanocomposite materials, including nanoparticle- and/or nanofiber-based
materials. Consultation is solicited in (but not limited to) nanomaterials / nanocomposites
for mechanical, thermal, energetic / catalytic, optical, magnetic, electronic,
and biological applications. Multi-functional or green-energy applications are
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Announcement 1: Special topic ICME Successes and Challenges is in preparation.
Announcement 2: Special topic Layered Nano-Sheets is in preparation.
Announcement 3: Nanocomposites IV: Nanoscience for Renewable Energy ran excellently during TMS 2017 in San Diego (USA). The corresponding special topic Nanotechnology in Renewable Energy is in the works.
Announcement 4: Nanocomposites III during TMS 2015 in Orlando (USA) was a resounding success. The corresponding special topic is titled Futuristic Nanomaterials & Composites and has been published back-to-back in the December 2015 and January 2016 issues of JOM.
Announcement 5: Metal and Polymer-Matrix Composites during MS&T 2013 in Montreal (Canada) was successful. The corresponding special topic is titled Metal and Polymer-Matrix Composites: Functional Lightweight Materials for High-Performance Structures and has been published in the June 2014 issue of JOM.