The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is proud to announce the launch of the new Science Partner Journal Energy Material Advances, published in collaboration with the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT).
Energy Material Advances is an interdisciplinary journal that provides an advanced platform for investigations and research in the fields of materials, energy, environmental, photoelectric, electromechanical and mechanical sciences, as well as physics, chemistry and biology. The scope will cover several areas, from the latest material to energy science, examining theoretical, technological and engineering aspects. The journal will publish research articles, reviews, short messages, perspectives and editorials.
Feng Wu, academic at the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Eurasian International Academy of Sciences, and Asia-Pacific Academy of Materials, and Chief Professor of Energy and Environmental Materials at BIT, and Jun Liu, Washington Research Foundation’s Chair of Clean Energy Innovation, and both the Professor of Chemical Engineering and the Campbell Chair of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Washington will serve as editors-in-chief for Advances in Energy Materials.
Energy Material Advances is currently open for submission and is published under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). Two more titles in BIT’s Science Partner Journal will also be published this year. Cyborg and Bionic Systems is currently open for submissions and Space: Science & Technology will be released later this year.
“Currently, energy sciences and technologies have become a new hotspot in scientific and industrial development.” said Professor Feng Wu, editor-in-chief of the magazine. “Energy Material Advances focuses on the cutting edge of energy materials and provides a platform that scientists in the field are open to collaborative innovation with,” continued Wu. “We are pleased to make relentless efforts to broaden international academic exchange, research and exploration, and exchange information more efficiently, so that this journal can promote and witness the bright future of new energy materials.”
“We are very pleased that the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), with the support and assistance of AAAS, launched the international journal Energy Material Advances,” said Professor Jun Zhang, academic at the Chinese Academy of Engineering and president of the university. “As an important pillar for global economic development, energy and materials science is the essential basis for high-tech progress in various fields and one of the most important disciplines of our university,” continued Zhang. “The creation and development of this journal provides relevant scientists around the world with an excellent platform for academic exchange to share the latest research in this field and to disseminate the latest advances and trends.”
“The Science Partner Journal program is pleased to welcome three new journals with another top tier partner, the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT),” said Bill Moran, editor of the science journal family at AAAS. “Energy Material Advances will cover a wide range of research in the cutting edge areas that will help advance our knowledge and implementation of critical energy and materials science. Led by Feng Wu and under the guidance and collaboration of BIT we’re confident that the Journal will excel. “
New titles participating in the Science Partner Journal program will be published regularly and participation in the program will be maintained for English language publications. AAAS is actively looking for new partners in various scientific disciplines. Organizations participating in the Science Partner Journal program are editorially independent and responsible for the content published in each journal. Partner organizations are responsible for setting up editorial teams that advocate best practices in peer review and authoring services. Further information on the Science Partner Journal program can be found on the Science Partner Journal homepage at: spj.sciencemag.org. If you have any questions about the program or the application process for a partner organization, please contact [email protected]
Via the American Association for the Advancement of Science
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About the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT)
Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) has been one of the most important universities in China since New China was founded. BIT now has 18 vocational schools and more than 3,400 employees, including 26 academics, 47 Chang Jiang Scholars Program professors, 40 National Science Fund winners for Eminent Young Scientists, 33 leading talents in the Global Expert Support Program, 4 state teachers at 6 levels, 6 country-level teaching groups, 5 innovative teams from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and 10 innovative teams from the Chang Jiang Scholars Program. The FOITT has 2 national innovation centers, 9 cooperative innovation centers at state level, laboratories at state level and 6 research centers at state level. BIT aims to develop students as leaders with ambition, wisdom, innovation and a sense of duty. The FOITT has currently established inter-university cooperation with more than 346 renowned universities in 73 countries and regions on six continents, as well as a student exchange program with more than 70 partner universities. The materials science program ranks 53rd in the QS 2020 World University rankings and in the top 100 in US News’ 2020 World University rankings. As of 2010, the BIT materials science program at ESI has been in the top 1% in the world, and the chemistry science program has been in the top 1% in the world at ESI since 2011. Currently, the materials science program is at 0.103% and the chemical science program is at 0.133%. BIT is building an international university and has created a global network for exchange and collaboration. The FOITT has always formulated its strategies in the light of national strategic needs and global developments in science, technology and education as well as in accordance with its own strengths and tasks. BIT has developed a clear lead in technologies related to intelligent and bionic robotics, space adaptive optics, green energy, modern communication and industrial process control. See http://english.bit.edu.cn/.
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