Aims and Scope
Video Proceedings of Advanced Materials is an open access peer-reviewed video journal that publishes state-of-the-art research advancements of materials science, engineering, and technology.
The journal provides a comprehensive audio-visual overview of the multi-inter-trans disciplinary areas of advanced materials research, innovation, and technology. The primarily covered subject areas include a wide range of Materials applicable in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Energy and Environment, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Health Science and Technology, Mathematical, Computer and Theoretical Modelling, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Structural and Engineering Materials, etc.
The recorded lecture along with the abstract of the findings and biography of the presenting author will be published in the video journal after following a due peer-review process. The journal offers an effective service for open access science and technology. The editorial members and advisory board are committed to publishing high-quality scientific video articles to a broad audience and readership.
Archiving and journal’s abbreviation
IAAM deposits open access video articles in the popular digital libraries and literature databases. The authors are also allowed to post their video articles on scientific websites, social media, and any public free servers after publication. The abbreviation of this video journal for indexing and abstracting is Vid. Proc. Adv. Mater.
The publication of all video articles in the Video Proceedings of Advanced Materials is done after following a due peer-review process using a highly recommended Online Submission System. The high-quality peer-review process is conducted with the help of the International Association of Advanced Materials reviewers database. It is necessary for all the parties involved in the act of publishing to agree upon standards of expected ethical behavior, including the author, the journal editor, the peer reviewer, and the publisher.
The Editor of the Video Proceedings of Advanced Materials is responsible for making the decision as to which of the abstract submitted for video articles to the journal should be published and which ones should not be. The Editor may be guided by the policies of the journal's production editor and constrained by any legal requirements as shall then be in force regarding libel, copyright infringement, and plagiarism. The Editor may confer with the production editor or subject matter experts in order to make this decision.