Materials Australia has two main publications:
First published in 2007, Materials Forum is a compilation of papers submitted by researchers in universities, national laboratories and industry.
All contributions are subject to a stringent and independent process of peer-review. The success of any journal is critically dependant on the efforts of these reviewers, who read the manuscripts on the Editors’ behalf and provide the authors with constructive criticism.
Materials Australia encourages members to contribute to Materials Forum. We consider all technical papers and other editorial contributions. Submit yours today: firstname.lastname@example.org
Materials Australia Magazine
Materials Australia Magazine brings together commentary from leading industry professionals and subject-matter experts to provide high quality editorial on the pertinent issues facing materials professionals. We cover a broad range of topics, from engineering and metallurgy, to light alloys, new metals, ceramics and composites.
Distributed nationally to approximately 3,000 readers, the readership of Materials Australia Magazine is targeted. A high percentage of our readers are senior decision makers with real purchasing power.
The mostly widely read magazine within its market, Materials Australia readers come from major professional firms involved in R&D, as well as universities, government and other research institutions.
If your business is active in one of these areas, then Materials Australia Magazine is the perfect opportunity to promote your business directly to decision makers within the materials industry.
Whether it’s a letter to the editor, a new staff appointment, or a technical paper, Materials Australia encourages members to contribute to the magazine. We consider all editorial contributions. Submit yours today: email@example.com