Atomic Layer Deposition Special Issue Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A is soliciting research articles for publication in a Special January/February 2014 Issue on Atomic Layer Deposition.
This special issue is planned in collaboration with the 13th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD 2013) to be held in San Diego, California during July 28-31, 2013. The Special Issue will be dedicated to the science and technology of atomic layer controlled deposition of thin films. While a significant fraction of the articles are expected to be based on material presented at ALD 2013, research articles that are on ALD but were not presented at this conference are also welcome: the special issue will be open to all articles on the science and technology of ALD.
Submit your manuscripts to JVST using the journals’ online manuscript submission system at: http://jvsta.peerx-press.orgManuscript deadline: September 4, 2013
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A Announces Special Issue on Surface Analysis
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology is soliciting research articles for publication in a Special Nov/Dec 2013 Issue on Surface Analysis.
This Special Issue will be dedicated to the science and technology of Surface Analysis. Research articles based on material presented during Surface Analysis 2013, (35th Annual Symposium on Applied Surface Analysis) are especially welcome. However, the special issue will be open to all articles on the science and technology of surface analysis even if they were not presented at the Symposium. The Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology is soliciting all articles that will highlight recent major breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in surface analysis techniques and their application to thin films, semiconductors, composites, ceramics, polymers, biomaterials, catalysts, tribology, adhesion, and other material systems.
Manuscript deadline: June 15, 2013
SUBMIT MANUSCRIPT: http://jvsta.peerx-press.org
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