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Special Issue on Biomaterials/Published
An urgent demand for ideal biomaterials has been considerably increasing across the world over the last decades and has been even more significant these days. This special issue of the Iranian Journal of Materials Science and Engineering (IJMSE) aims to publish the recent advances in fundamental researches on biomaterials and their forefront of applications. We invite contributors from all around the world to submit their original studies in the form of full-length research articles, short communications, and review articles on topics ranging from developing conventional metallic, ceramic, and polymeric biomaterials to investigating more sophisticated hybrids, composites, coatings, scaffolds, bio-devices, etc. The topics of interest are broad, multidisciplinary, and include many different aspects of biomaterials science and technology, for example, those covered by the keywords listed below.
  • Metallic, ceramic and polymeric biomaterials
  • Bioactive materials and substances
  • 3D printing and additive manufacturing of biomaterials
  • Biomaterials for soft tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
  • Bone and tooth tissue engineering
  • Microporous, mesoporous, and nanoporous biomaterials
  • Biomaterials for drug delivery
  • Hybrid biomaterials and composites
  • Coatings
  • Bio-sensors and devices
  • Nanomaterials and nanoparticles for advanced therapies and theranostics
About the Journal
IJMSE is a scientific research journal that is published quarterly by the Iran University of Science and Technology, Iranian Metallurgical Society, and Iranian Ceramic Society. It publishes original scientific research papers in the broad area of materials engineering. IJMSE is indexed in Web of Science, Emerging Source Citation Index, Islamic Worlds Science Citation Center, and also in Scopus since 2009. It has recently moved to Q2 in the Engineering category of Scopus with 0.8 Citescore and 0.17 SJR. IJMSE supports an open-access publication that doesn't have any article processing or submission charges.
Please read more about IJMSE and the editorial board via bellow link:
Guest Editors
Dr. Francesco Baino
Senior Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Science and Technology, Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy.
Interests: Biomaterials; Bioceramics; Tissue Engineering; Bioactive Glasses; Additive manufacturing
Dr. Maziar Montazerian
Visiting Professor
Northeastern Laboratory of Evaluation and Development of Biomaterials, Federal University of Campina Grande, PB, Brazil.
Interests: Biomaterials; Bioceramics; Dental Materials; Bioactive Glasses
Personal webpage:
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