Aim & scope

Materials International (ISSN 2668-5728) is an interdisciplinary international scholarly, platinum open-access journal for the publishing of reviews, original research papers, communications, and short notes. We want to create a comprehensive platform for scientists to exchange information on the newest subjects in materials science.


(Bio-) Chemists, (Bio-) Engineers, Material Scientists, Biologists, (Bio-) Physicists, Information Technologists, and Theoreticians are welcome to use Materials International as a communication tool. Interdisciplinary articles (from multiple fields) are preferably considered for publication.

Unlimited publication space

No restrictions on the total length of the papers are applied, as one important aim of Materials, International is to encourage detailed experimental and theoretical research, such as full experimental and/or methodical details which are required. Computed data or files regarding the full details of the experimental procedures can also be deposited as Supplementary Material.

Scientific interchange for free

Articles are free for readers (Platinum Open Access) and no article processing charges are required from authors, or from their institutions. Publication fees are covered by AMG Transcend Association.

Rapid publication & high scientific standards

Materials International (ISSN 2668-5728) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal published periodically.

Materials International is dedicated to a high scientific standard, as all manuscripts undergo a rigorous reviewing process, and decisions are based on the recommendations of independent reviewers. Manuscripts undergo a peer-reviewing process and a first decision is received approximately after 14 days after submission; acceptance for publication is undertaken in 3 days.

High visibility

The journal will be indexed by the Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science), Scopus, Chemical Abstracts, Google Scholar, etc.


The scope of Materials International comprises the preparation, characterization, and application of all materials.


Biomaterials, Nanomaterials, Electronic Materials, Optical Materials, Magnetic Materials, Computational materials, Composites, Ceramics and Glasses, Polymers, Metal alloys, Semiconductors, Hybrid materials, Carbon Materials, Smart Materials, Thin films and coatings, Porous materials, Catalytic Materials, Materials Chemistry, and Physics, etc.

Materials for biomedical applications: Nano and micro-particles; nano, micro-coatings, and thin films; inorganic-organic hybrids and composites; membranes; nano and micro-alloys; quantum dots; self-assemblies; graphene; nanotubes; etc.

Methodologies: Synthesis of organic, inorganic, and hybrid nano and bio-materials; Obtaining technological processes; Characterization; Preclinical and/or clinical evaluation of bio-materials; Computational Science and Engineering, etc.

Applications: Any application of new materials or new applications of existing materials.