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 lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself. The only constraint on reproduction and distribution, 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.
0,548 Impact Factor
Journal Citations Reports, published by Thomson
2014 SE 159/324, materials science, multidisciplinary
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY 50 (2016) 2
Corrosion behavior and the weak-magnetic-field effect of aluminum packaging paper
Characteristics of the AlTiCrN+DLC coating deposited with a cathodic arc and the PACVD process
Implicit numerical multidimensional heat-conduction algorithm parallelization and acceleration on a graphics card
Magnetic properties and microstructure of a bulk amorphous Fe61Co10Ti3Y6B20 alloy, fabricated as rods and tubes
Effect of the skin-core morphology on the mechanical properties of injection-moulded parts
Recrystallization behaviour of a nickel-based superalloy
Estimation of the number of forward time steps for the sequential Beck approach used for solving inverse heat-conduction problems
Enhanced stability and electrochemical performance of a BaTiO3/PbO2 electrode via a layer obtained with layer electrodeposition
Deformation behaviour of amorphous Fe-Ni-W/Ni bilayer-confined bulk metallic glasses
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.