International Journal of Structural Glass and Advanced Materials Research
Aims and Scope
The International Journal of Structural Glass and Advanced Materials Research (Int. J. Struct. Glass Adv. Mater. Res. - SGAMR) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal which covers all aspects of theoretical and practical research of materials science. The journal aims to promote international exchange of knowledge and broad discussion on advancements, outcomes and recent developments in materials research for civil engineering applications. In this regard, careful consideration is paid especially for theoretical, experimental and numerical investigation on novel solutions, including structural glass as well as hybrid systems, fiber-reinforced pultruded composites, laminates, polymers, shape memory alloys. Coverage also includes (but is not limited to):
- design philosophy & safety concepts
- extreme loading conditions
- strength and stability
- structural innovation
- sustainability and architectural aspects
- thermal performance of civil engineering materials
- fabrication techniques relevant to the application of advanced materials as load-bearing components or assemblies in buildings.
Journal of Adaptive Structures Launched
Science Publications is pleased to announce the launch of a new open access journal, Journal of Adaptive Structures. JAS brings together emerging technologies for adaptive smart structures, including advanced materials, smart actuation, sensing and control, to pursue the progressive adoption of the major scientific achievements in this multidisciplinary field on-board of commercial aircraft.
SGAMR 2020 Award Winners
It is with great pleasure that we announce the SGAMR Annual Awards 2020. This award is given annually to Researchers and Reviewers of International Journal of Structural Glass and Advanced Materials Research (SGAMR) who have shown innovative contributions and promising research as well as others who have excelled in their Editorial duties.
Special Issue on Neuroinflammation and COVID-19 Announced
This special issue "Neuroinflammation and COVID-19" aims to provide a space for debate in the face of the growing evidence on the affectation of the nervous system by COVID-19, supported by original studies and case series.