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Posted: Nov 18, 2010

Wiley-VCH launches new journal Advanced Energy Materials

(Nanowerk News) Wiley-VCH today announced the launch of the journal Advanced Energy Materials, a new international scientific journal dedicated to publishing high impact research in energy-related materials.
"Our mission is to support the global quest for energy solutions with this dedicated new journal," says Deputy Editor of Advanced Materials, Dr. Martin Ottmar. "The Advanced journals family is the ideal environment for reaching a broad and multidisciplinary audience that already knows to expect top quality and relevance from the content we publish."
Advanced Energy Materials is an international, interdisciplinary, English-language publication of original peer-reviewed contributions in the form of invited Reviews and Progress Reports, Full Papers and Rapid Communications, covering all topics in research relating to energy harvesting, conversion and storage. It serves as a dedicated forum for all energy-related research, including photovoltaics, batteries, supercapacitors, thermoelectrics, fuel cells and superconductors.
"The launch of this journal is timely, given the recent growth in energy-related research. Our strong record in materials publishing gives us the opportunity to serve the communities involved in these fields," adds Dr. Peter Gregory, Editor-in-Chief of Advanced Materials.
As the newest addition to the Advanced series, Advanced Energy Materials is handled by the experienced Advanced Materials and Advanced Functional Materials editorial team at Wiley-VCH. Having been a special focus section integrated with Advanced Materials in 2010, Advanced Energy Materials will publish an initial six issues per year in print in 2011, and electronically via Wiley Online Library, Wiley's dynamic online content platform.
A launch reception for this title will be held during the 2010 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston on Tuesday, November 30. The first print issue will be available January 18, 2011. Individual articles will be published online as EarlyView articles prior to full issue publication, accessible through http://www.advenergymat.de.
Complimentary online access is available to all institutions through 2012.
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Founded in 1921 by German scientific societies and associations, Wiley-VCH is one of the leading publishers in Germany, with a special emphasis on science. Wiley-VCH, which has been part of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. since 1996, publishes English- and German-language scientific and technical books, journals, and data collections in print and online, featuring leading authors and researchers in chemistry, physics and materials science from all over the world. For more information, please visit www.wiley-vch.de or our new online platform, Wiley Online Library (wileyonlinelibrary.com), one of the world's most extensive multidisciplinary collections of online resources, covering life, health, social and physical sciences, and humanities.
Source: Wiley
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