Special Issue "Functional and Architected Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2021.
Investigation of functional and architecture materials has rapidly advanced in the last decade. The multi-physics nature of functional materials poses multiple challenges in modelling, simulation and designing architected materials with new functionalities.
Recent advances in material manufacturing, such as 3D printing and additive manufacturing, open an exciting opportunity to realize the pre-designed materials with desirable functionalities.
This Special Issue aims to report recent advances in modelling, simulation, manufacturing and experimental investigation in the field of functional and architected materials.
Prof. Dr. Stephan Rudykh
Manuscript Submission Information
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- 3D printing of architecture materials and composites
- Topology optimization of material architecture
- Electro- and magneto-active materials
- Mechanical and acoustic metamaterials
- Responsive gels; Shape-memory and light-sensitive materials
- Microstructural and material instabilities
- Bio-inspired and biological materials