Journal of Innovative Materials in Extreme Conditions publishes the results of original research and reviews related to experimental and computational investigations of materials obtained or operated under extreme conditions. The emphasis is on the innovative materials processed and/or exploited at high pressures, under high magnetic and electric fields, over a wide range of temperatures, radiation conditions, corrosive environments, under extreme mechanical loads and non-equilibrium thermodynamic conditions. Due to the limitations of experimental methods under extreme conditions, a theoretical approach is also encouraged, independently, or as a complement to experimental research. Contributions include, but are not limited to, a variety of topics such as: Physics and chemistry of hydrogen and other light elements under extreme conditions, Materials in high magnetic and electric field, Materials response under radiation, Intense laser irradiation, Plasma processing, Materials for hostile chemical and corrosive environments, Structural components exposed to extreme loadings, Materials under shock waves, Biomedical engineering materials, Materials for vacuum technique.
The scope of the journal includes:
– obtainment of new or enhanced insights into the material behavior, properties, and phenomena,
– prediction of structure-property relationships for new-age materials.
Contributions are accepted in the form of critical reviews, original research articles, and scientific communications.