ChemNanoMat is aimed to become a top-ranking materials chemistry journal for primary research papers and review articles from authors across the world. The journal covers all aspects of the chemistry of nanomaterials and their interdisciplinary applications.
ChemNanoMat is published on behalf of the Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES), an association of numerous chemical societies across Asia and the Pacific. It is supported by the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS).
A professional editorial team headed by Dr. Theresa Kueckmann and an Editorial Board headed by Susumu Kitagawa (Kyoto University), Huisheng Peng (Fudan University), and Hua Zhang (Nanyang Technological University) ensure the highest quality of the journal.
All three co-chairs have emphasized the importance of this field of research and their confidence that ChemNanoMat will become a leading journal in the field. Hua Zhang said, "How to control the size, dimension and shape of nanomaterials by chemical synthesis methods is one of the most important research topics in the area of nanoscience and technology."
Huisheng Peng is also excited about the launch and said, "We believe that ChemNanoMat will receive excellent papers in both basic and applied research of nanomaterials and become a leading journal covering nanomaterials, chemistry, and related fields."
This enthusiasm is shared by Susumu Kitagawa: "I believe that ChemNanoMat will become a top forum for high-quality papers that show the strong ties between chemistry and nanoscience."
A list of Editorial and Advisory Board members and the full statements of the Editorial Board Co-Chairs are available at www.chemnanomat.org.
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