Journal Session

ACCM-11 Special Issue

Submit your paper to Special Issue in Advanced Manufacturing: Polymer and Composites Science journal

Journal Special Session

Attend the special journal information session by Editors of the Top composites journals supported by Elsevier and Wiley

Journal Editors

Interact with Editors and Editorial Board Members of Composites Part A, Part B, Composites Science and Technology, and Composite Communications

Journal Session Program

1 August 2018
Time Publishers/Journals Title/speaker
15:35-15:45 Elsevier Tingting Zou
15:45-16:00 Wiley/Advanced Materials/AFM Bo Weng
16:00-16:05 Composite Sci and Tech Y.W. Mai/M.Q. Zhang
16:05-16:10 Composites Part A M. Wisnom
16:10-16:15 Composites Part B Hao Wang/Uday Vaidya
16:15-16:20 Composites Communications LM ZHou
16:20-16:25 Advanced Manufacturing: Polymer & Composites Science  
16:25-16:30 Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials JW Gu
16:30-16:35 Acta Materiae Composite Sinica Hongli Wu/Lijuan Sun
16:35-16:40 Journal of Materials Sci Tech  

Advanced Manufacturing: Polymer & Composites Science


Advanced Manufacturing: Polymer & Composites Science will publish a special issue for ACCM-11.

Advanced Manufacturing: Polymer & Composites Science publishes refereed research articles addressing advanced and automated manufacturing challenges in structural polymer-based composites and multifunctional materials. The journal welcomes original articles covering recent research advances in materials, technologies and processes for improved design and manufacturing in the aerospace, automotive, energy, electronics, defence and healthcare sectors. Development of methods for integration of advanced materials into systems falls within this scope, including cost reduction and/or economic impacts in innovative manufacturing and assembly processes.

Editors and Editorial Board Members of Top Composites journals will be in attendance in ACCM-11

Composites Part B: Engineering


Editorial Board Members

Debes Bhattacharya, Tuan Duc Ngo, Alan K-T. Lau, Joong Hee Lee, Hao Wang

The aim of Composites Part B: Engineering is to provide a balance between mechanics and materials science aspects, basic and applied research, and high technology and high volume (low cost) composite development.

The Journal aims to provide a forum for the prompt publication of original research on all areas of composites and nano-engineered materials, with emphasis being placed on evaluation and modelling of engineering details and concepts. Basic research papers are welcomed as well as proposals for review articles. Authors are encouraged to discuss the issues relative to application in the short or long-term in various areas, such as aerospace, automotive and other surface transportation, infrastructure, ship-building, off-shore piping, and recreational products.

Composites Science and Technology



Yiu-Wing Mai, Ming Qiu Zhang, Marino Quaresimin

Editorial Board Members

Shao Yun Fu, Masaki Hojo, Soon Hyung Hong, Yan Li, Lin Ye, Liqun Zhang, Zhong Zhang

Composites Science and Technology publishes refereed original articles on the fundamental and applied science of engineering composites. The focus of this journal is on polymeric matrix composites with reinforcements/fillers ranging from nano- to macro-scale. CSTE encourages manuscripts reporting unique, innovative contributions to the physics, chemistry, materials science and applied mechanics aspects of advanced composites.

Besides traditional fiber reinforced composites, novel composites with significant potential for engineering applications are encouraged. These may include, but are not limited to, nanocomposites, biomedical composites, green/eco composites, energy composites, and composites mimicking natural materials. Manuscripts dealing with multi-scale and multi-functional issues and performance as well as interdisciplinary approaches to the study of new generation composite materials are welcome. Analytical work should be validated.

Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing



Michael Wisnom


Nobuo Takeda, Zhong Zhang, Jang-Kyo Kim

Editorial Board Members

Jingsong Leng, Yan Li, Andy Long, Adrian Mouritz

Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing publishes original research papers, review articles, case studies, short communications and letters from a wide variety of sources dealing with all aspects of the science and technology of composite materials, including fibrous and particulate reinforcements in polymeric, metallic and ceramic matrices, and ‘natural’ composites such as wood and biological materials. The range of applicable topics includes the properties, design and manufacture of reinforcing fibers and particles, novel architectures and concepts, multifunctional composites, advances in fabrication and processing of composite materials and structures, manufacturing science, process modelling, experimental mechanics, microstructural characterization of composites and their constituent phases, interfaces in composites, new approaches to prediction and measurement of mechanical, physical and chemical behaviour, and performance of composites in service. Articles are also welcomed on economic and commercial aspects of the applications of composites, design with composites and case studies.

Composites Communications



Limin Zhou


Huaxin Peng, Lin Ye

Advisory Board Members

Jang-Kyo Kim, Yiu-Wing Mai

Editorial Board Members

Shao-Yun Fu, Ning Hu, Yan Li, Adrian Mouritz, Faxiang Qin, Cheng Yan, Zhongzhen Yu, Liqun Zhang

CompComm (Composites Communications) publishes peer-refereed short communications and letters on the latest advances and progresses in composites science and technology. It aims to disseminate new knowledge to the broad composites community in a timely fashion with its rapid review and publication process.

CompComm accepts manuscripts reporting creative concepts and new findings in design, state-of-the-art approaches in processing, synthesis, characterization and mechanics modelling. In addition to the traditional fiber-/particulate-reinforced engineering composites, composites with outstanding physical, mechanical and fracture properties, and unique functions and thus significant application potential, such as biomimetic and bio-inspired composites for biomedical applications, functional nano-composites for thermal management, energy harvesting and storage, composites for extreme service environments are encouraged.