Materials and Technology

 

The journal MATERIALI IN TEHNOLOGIJE/MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY is a scientific journal, devoted to original scientific papers, review papers and professional papers concerned with the areas of fundamental and applied science and technology. Topics of particular interest include metallic materials, inorganic materials, polymers, vacuum technique and lately nanomaterials.
The journal MATERIALI IN TEHNOLOGIJE/MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY is an open access journal, this means its free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other non-commercial purposes, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself. The only constraint is on reproduction, and the only role for copyright in this domain, should be to give authors control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited.

Special Notice

From 1st October 2016 the journal Materials and Technology will be introducing a publication fee. All fees listed below, were agreed by the Editorial Board of Materials and Technology during its meeting on 15 th June 2016:

Publication fee – regular € 300,00
Publication fee – ICM&T conference paper € 150,00
Additional charge for colour printing € 80,00/page
MIT journal subrscription (Slovenia) € 42,00
MIT journal subscription (abroad) € 85,00

MIT (Materials and Technology journal) Editorial Office
Editor-in-Chief: dr. Paul John McGuiness
Ljubljana, October 2016

0,439 Impact Factor

Journal Citations Reports, published by Thomson Reuters 2016
2015 SE 246/271, materials science, multidisciplinary

Last Issue

MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY 51 (2017) 3

REVIEW ARTICLE
Energy-efficient gas-turbine blade-material technology – a review

ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES
Numerical simulation of an equilibrium segregation of impurities on the grain boundaries of copper and its alloys
Comparison of homogenization approaches used for the identification of the material parameters of unidirectional composites
Statistical view of evaluating concrete-surface-layer permeability tests in connection with changes in concrete formula
Experimental determination of the influence of fresh concrete’s composition on its resistance to water and de-icing chemicals by means of two methods
Time-lapse micro-tomography analysis of the deformation response of a gellan-gum-based scaffold
The effect of current types on the microstructure and corrosion properties of Ni/NANOAl2O3 composite coatings
Heat treatment of electroless Ni-P layers on an austenitic stainless-steel substrate
Central composite design on the volume of laser metal deposited Ti6Al4V and Cu
Friction-stir processing of a composite aluminium alloy (AA 1050) reinforced with titanium carbide powder

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Special notice to Authors

In the past few years we have received increasing numbers of articles involving computer simulations, with 3D colour images as a result. As the journal charges €80 per page for colour printing, some authors have decided to convert their colour images to gray-scale images. We believe that this lessens both the impact and the clarity of the results.  

Since Materials and Technology consistently strives for better-quality presentation and  a higher impact factor, we will be rejecting articles of this type if the authors are not willing to pay the costs for colour printing and we will no longer allow grey-scale presentations like that shown below.

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