After the conference about 30 papers will be published in two journals: Measurements Science and Technology, UK, and Materials Science Poland. All the papers will be subjected to the regular review process.
Measurements Science and Technology
For the first journal we will select 12 articles intended for the special feature in MST based on the MMA 2010 conference. The length limit for the article is 10 pages. Papers intended for publication in Measurements Science and Technology should be within the scope of this journal. Papers must be written in an appropriate format which is avaiable at: http://iopscience.iop.org/0957-0233/
With 12 issues per year, Measurement Science and Technologypublishes articles on new measurement techniques and instrumentation. Subject coverage includes the theory, practice and application of measurement in physics, chemistry, engineering and the environmental and life sciences from inception to commercial exploitation. Its scope includes:
ˇsensors, instruments and systems for physical, chemical and biological measurands
ˇsensor applications, micro- and nano-systems
ˇsignal processing techniques for measurement and sensor-actuator systems
ˇmetrology and the theory of measurement, including data and error analysis, standards and calibration.
Publications in the journal should emphasise the novelty of reported methods and give possible applications.
For the second journal we will select up to 20 articles that will be published in two or three regular issues of Materials Science-Poland. Papers intended for publications in Materials Science-Poland should be within the scope of this journal. Papers must be written in appropriate format.
For more details, see Instructions for Authors at http://www.MaterialsScience.pwr.wroc.pl
Materials Science-Poland (ISSN 0137-1339) is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to experimental and theoretical research into the synthesis, structure, properties and applications of materials.
In the 2008 edition of the Journals Citation Report (JCR)/Science, Materials Science-Poland is listed with an Impact Factor of 0.368
Glasses and ceramics,
Photoactive materials (including materials for nonlinear optics),
Semiconductor micro- and nanostructures,
Piezo-, pyro- and ferroelectric materials,
Molecular materials (including polymers) for use in electronics and photonics,
Novel solid phases,
Other novel and unconventional materials.
The Authors who would like to have their papers considered for publications in one of the above mentioned journals are asked to prepare 3 hardcopies and one electronic copy of their papers and submit them upon arrival at the registration desk of MMA2010 in Warsaw.