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  • ISSN: 2752-8073 (Online)
  • Editor: Professor Christoph Eberl Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Germany
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Programmable Materials is the first journal dedicated to publishing original research, review articles and case studies describing the latest developments in programmable materials from both academia and industry. Programmable materials are next-generation materials with the ability to change their physical properties in a programmable fashion, based upon user input or autonomous sensing or subject to stimuli. This journal aims to showcase research of the highest quality, while forging and strengthening links between communities across materials science, computer science and electronic, chemical, mechanical and robotics engineering. Topics will include (but are not limited to), underlying molecular or mesoscopic architecture, mechanisms and programming elements, system implementation, and system design and integration.

Programmable Materials « Cambridge Core Blog

  • Meet Professor Xiaogang Guo, Associate Editor of Programmable Materials
  • 13 February 2023, Xiaogang Guo
  • What first attracted you to the field of programmable materials? Programmable materials are increasingly important in various fields and are attracting more and more researchers from material science, computer science, mechanical engineering, and electronics. Searching with the keyword ‘Programmable Materials’ in Google Scholar, more than 780,000 records will be found, and 24,500 records are from 2020. Compared with traditional materials or structures, programable materials offer the capability to change their shape for the desired functions upon the external stimulus and are attracting more and more attention....