Journal of Materials Science & Technology

Journal Title
Journal of Materials Science & Technology

J MATER SCI TECHNOL

ISSN / eISSN
1005-0302
Aims and Scope
Journal of Materials Science and Technology aims to enhance the international exchange of scientific activities in materials science and technology.

The Journals reports principally the achievements of materials science and engineering all over the world, putting the stress on the original research papers, review articles invited by editor, letters, research notes with novelty as well as brief of scientific achievement, covering a broad spectrum of materials science and technology, encompassing:

• metallic materials
• inorganic nonmetallic materials
• composite materials
Subject Area

MATERIALS SCIENCE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY

METALLURGY & METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

CiteScore
15.60 View Trend
CiteScore Ranking
Category Quartile Rank
Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Q1 #14/631
Engineering - Metals and Alloys Q1 #5/164
Engineering - Mechanics of Materials Q1 #12/391
Engineering - Polymers and Plastics Q1 #6/163
Engineering - Materials Chemistry Q1 #16/306
Engineering - Ceramics and Composites Q1 #7/123
Web of Science Core Collection
Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)
Indexed -
Category (Journal Citation Reports 2023) Quartile
MATERIALS SCIENCE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY - SCIE Q1
METALLURGY & METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING - SCIE Q1
H-index
51
Country/Area of Publication
PEOPLES R CHINA
Publisher
Chinese Society of Metals
Publication Frequency
Bimonthly
Annual Article Volume
1050
Open Access
NO
Contact
JOURNAL MATER SCI TECHNOL, 72 WENHUA RD, SHENYANG, PEOPLES R CHINA, 110015
Verified Reviews
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Yes, you are right about everything you said. Do you think this kind of instant rejection would look into whether you have published any content in the same year? I guess they would just check the author's affiliation, take a look at the images, and reject it. Don't you think it's not fair to reject it just because they can't see the editor and use the reason that there are too many submitted articles? My main point from beginning to end is this. I just mentioned international influence in passing. If I said something wrong and it offended you, I apologize. As a Chinese, I definitely hope that JMST can develop better and that more foreigners will know about this good journal. But currently, my foreign colleagues around me are not familiar with this journal. Does my expression make me seem like I think British Ph.D. holders are superior? I just mean that in terms of journal development and international influence, it would be good to accept a slightly higher number of foreign articles to let more people know about it. On the contrary, I think Chinese Ph.D. holders have a great advantage in terms of connections and the number of article publications, not like what you said, they are inferior. You don't have to grasp on a small point and misinterpret or exaggerate my meaning. Since you mentioned Nature, you should first look at the submission rate for Chinese authors in N, S, and their sub-journals. I remember it should be less than 10%. Your example of Nature is completely unrelated to what I expressed.
2022-10-21
I think you may not have understood it. First of all, journals and computer science itself are different. CS is a top-tier journal, but not necessarily the type of article that JMST requires. The number of articles published in comprehensive journals in a certain field is also limited. If similar level articles are only accepted 10 times a year, the first 8 may be relatively easy, but afterwards, it becomes more competitive. Secondly, did you really submit according to the requirements? Your format or requirements may be incorrect, and the editor-in-chief may reject it at first glance, which is normal. Sometimes, you may not pass the submission for CEJ, but might be accepted for Small. Finally, what I don't understand is, what does your PhD in the UK have to do with publishing articles? Does a foreign institution make you superior? Is it for the so-called "expanding influence" and then looking at the institution? Does the number of publications have anything to do with the country? Chinese institutions often have articles listed on the official website of Nature, so Nature is not good enough? Lastly, since you think you have "international influence" and a high level because you are doing a PhD in the UK, why don't you submit to AFM, AM, or NM? What is the meaning of evaluating it in this way?
2022-10-21

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