Aims & Scope

Advances in Mechanical and Materials Engineering encompasses all aspects of the field, with the emphasis placed on:

  • mechanical engineering,
  • materials science,
  • structural engineering,
  • automation and robotics,
  • thermodynamics,
  • metallurgy,
  • production engineering,
  • aviation and astronautics.

The journal is interested in promoting the latest developments in the field of engineering sciences, hence issues strictly related to mechanics are published, i.e. the theory and practice of elasticity, fracture mechanics, fatigue phenomena. An important area of focus for the journal is materials science with a particular emphasis on metals and composite materials, including papers published on issues related to the description of their structure and properties as well as original methods for their manufacture.

The role of the journal is to be an effective forum that is a vehicle for the latest technological, material and design solutions, leading to greater cooperation between academics and the business community. From a purely academic point of view, an efficient and short-lived publishing cycle contributes to facilitating the scientific development of university staff, including young researchers.