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Surface Sciences and Technology

A section of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417).

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The “Surface Sciences and Technology” section focuses on surfaces, interfaces, nanostructures and their physics, chemistry and pioneering applications in technology. The section is concerned with scientific research on the "surfaces" to include all interfaces between solids, liquids, gases, polymers, (bio)materials, nanostructures and ion, as well as aspects in processes, and properties/performance. Download Section Flyer


  • Surface Processes
    • Surfaces electrochemistry and wet chemical: plating, sol-gel coating, anodization, plasma electrolytic oxidation;
    • Photocatalysis/electrocatalysis;
    • Physical and chemical deposition;
    • Lasers, electron beams, plasmas, ion, laser beams, thermal and plasma spraying, thermo-chemical treatment;
    • Crystal growth;
    • Processing and characterization of coatings;
    • Thin films;
    • Adsorption and adhesion;
    • 2D assembly, 3D assembly, and supramolecular assemblies.
  • Surfaces Properties/Performance
    • Surface and interface functionalization: surfactants and detergency, hydrophilicity, hydrophobicity, smart materials, energy, environmental, food, and medical applications;
    • Corrosion protection and oxidation resistance;
    • Thermal protection and diffusion resistance;
    • Friction performance and wear resistance: abrasion, erosion, fretting, lubrication;
    • Surface nanotechnology and devices;
    • Micelles/colloids.
  • Others
    • Biointerfaces;
    • Theoretical and computational applied to surfaces and interfaces;
    • Micromachining;
    • Artificial intelligent machining and designing;
    • Bio- and medical oriented surface science and technology.

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