The Journal of Applied Materials is established as the international premier platform of novel, cutting edge reports of broad interest to the materials community.It encourages materials scientists and engineers, physicists, and chemists to communicate on a variety of topics in the field of materials including the structures, properties, characterization, processing, synthesis, and applications, as well as computational methods and fundamental materials theories with analytical and in silico approaches.We are primarily interested in those contributions in materials science research that demonstrate a significant scientific advance or understanding. We accept papers recording original research results on, or techniques for metals and alloys, ceramics, glasses, polymers, energy materials, electrical materials, magnetic materials, optical materials, composites, fibers, nano materials, and biological and biomedical materials.
Sryahwa Publications follows an unbiased, non compromising, double blind peer review process. All the submitted articles will be assigned to Editor/ Reviewer for their review comments, in order to improve the quality of the submission. The decision maker is always the Editor/ Editor-in-Chief of the journal. In peer review process we check for Originality, plagiarism, duplicate submissions, and relevance to scope of the journal. Authors have to respect the decision and comments of the Editor.
Plagiarism is characterized as displaying someone else's work as one's own particular work. Presentation incorporates replicating or duplicating it without the affirmation of the source. Plagiarism involves copying of phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs or longer extracts from published or unpublished work.
Sryahwa Publications strictly opposes the plagiarism. To avoid plagiarised submissions, we insist our author’s to submit a signed statement that they are aware of the plagiarism policy of the organization and no part of their submissions/ articles etc are not copied in any form and it is their original research.