With the increasing necessity and popularity of advanced materials, it is essential to spread knowledge and the latest research and innovations related to advanced materials. With the aim to accomplish this, IAAM publishes the not-for-profit international journal called Advanced Materials Proceedings.
The advanced materials proceedings journals, also known as AMP, dedicated to publishing novel, cutting edge manuscripts of broad interest to the advanced materials community. A peer-reviewed international open-access journal, AMP is devoted to publishing peer-reviewed manuscripts for its readers and to provide a forum for materials researchers, scientists, engineers, and technocrats to rapidly communicate on the most important topics in the field of advanced materials.
Contributions include, but are not limited to, a variety of topics in the field of advanced materials such as:
Enabling renowned researchers to showcase their findings, Advanced Materials Proceedings include review articles, research articles, notes and short communications. Moreover, all the published articles for the Advanced Materials Proceedings are indexed. All IAAM members can avail this journal by directly downloading it at no cost! With a vision to build a community focused on improving and innovating advanced materials, this journal is our step in the right direction. Not only does the journal build a path for communication among researchers, but it also spreads awareness about the world of advanced materials.
We at IAAM also publish another not-for-profit publication called Advanced Material Letters. Also known as AML, the Advanced Material Letters is an open-access journal that has been publishing issues every month, for nearly a decade.
lithium-ion batteries are not only widely accepted but also the most promising future-oriented power unit which requires low maintenance. Furthermore, there is no memory and scheduling process in order to prolong life. Although, this lithium-ion battery had been invented many decades ago, but these Nobel laureate: John B Goodenough, M Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino bring it to life. The cover photo of October-December 2019 issue of Advanced Materials Proceedings is dedicated to celebrating the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2019 "for the development of lithium-ion batteries"