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Special Issue: Biomaterials

Call for papers


The Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJChE) (Monthly, ISSN 1004-9541) is the official journal of Chemical Industry and Engineering Society of China and published by the Chemical Industry Press Co.Ltd. It is a peer-reviewed, international journal that covers important and latest theoretical and technological advances in chemical engineering. The journal is published monthly since 1982, and is indexed by SCIE, EI, Scopus,CA, etc. Its SCI Instant Impact Factor of 2019 has reached 2.6. In 2019, CJChE was selected in the program of “China STEM Journal Excellence Action Plan”.

 CJChE will launch a Virtual Special Issue with the topic of “Biomaterials”. We kindly invite you to submit or recommend high quality papers to our journal considering your reputation and contributions to bioscience and bioengineering.

Virtual Special Issues (VSI) are a new initiative on ScienceDirect, Elsevier’s online database of scientific and medical research. VSI is an online-only grouping of Special Issue articles traditionally assigned to a single Special Issue (which have never really existed in CJChE). Each article in a VSI is assigned a unique identifier and published simultaneously in a regular journal issue of CJChE. The unique identifier allows parallel addition of the article to a VSI on ScienceDirect which is gradually being built up as individual articles are published online. Articles grouped together in a VSI retain their original citation details. On ScienceDirect, a VSI is listed alongside regular journal issues and is easily accessible and navigable. A VSI homepage includes a Guest Editor listing, table of contents and other data relevant to the VSI. Therefore, one important advantage of publishing research in a VSI is the topical grouping with similar papers in the same VSI environment. This will enhance accessibility and visibility of the published research, in particular for all of those interested in the topic.

 Scientific development and clinical applications have established biomaterials as substances or platforms to direct the course of therapeutic or diagnostic procedures by controlling interactions with living systems. The aim of this special issue is to publish high quality articles especially in the science, technology, and applications of biomaterials.

The special issue focuses on the design and use of biomaterials. Papers should have novelty in either method or application to be considered for publication. The special issue is relevant to areas such as anti-biofouling materials/interfaces, implantable devices/materials, tissue engineering, diagnosis and therapy, etc. The full-paper submissions will undergo the normal peer review process and will be accepted by the same standard of a regular submission to CJChE.

        

           It will be highly appreciated if your manuscripts can be submitted via the journal website: 

            http://www.cjche.com.cn/ 

           and download the Guide for Authors from

            http://www.cjche.com.cn/EN/column/column12.shtml.

           Please specify that your submission will be included in the virtual special issue of "SI: Biomaterials" in the Cover letter, and be sure to select "SI: Biomaterials" in the Article Type drop-down list.

Any questions regarding the publication are welcome.

Important date

Manuscript submission opens May 10, 2020

Manuscript submission deadline Dec. 10, 2020


Guest Editors:




Lei Zhang, Professor, Department of Biochemical Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China

Email: lei_zhang@tju.edu.cn

Dr. Lei Zhang is a full professor at TJU since 2014. He received his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Washington in 2012. He is an awardee of the Excellent Young Scientists Fund. His research interests are mainly focused on the development of anti-biofouling and functional biomaterials, marine anti-biofouling coatings, cell and blood preservation, and anti-freezing/self-healing materials. He has published >60 research papers in journals including Nature Biotechnology, Nature Communications, Biomaterials, Advanced Functional Materials, etc. He received the 11th “Te-Pang Hou Chemical Science and Technology Youth Award”, the 1st “Tianjin Youth Innovator”, etc.



Huiyu Liu, Professor, Bionanomaterials & Translational Engineering Laboratory, College of Life Science and Technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China

E-mail: liuhy@mail.buct.edu.cn

Dr. Huiyu Liu, awarded by the Excellent Young Scientists Fund in 2018, is a full Professor at BUCT since the end of 2015. She received Ph.D. in the Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry (TIPC), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in 2007. Her research mainly focuses on nanomedicine and nanobiology, including the safe design of smart nanoparticle-based platform for cancer therapy, and the characterization and understanding of the biological effects of nanomaterials, with important implications in human health. So far, Prof. Liu published 81 papers in journals including Adv. Mater., Angew. Chem. Int. Edit., Adv. Funct. Mater., ACS Nano, etc. She have already been cited more than 5000 times (H-index 33, Google Scholar statistics). Furthermore, 10 patents have been granted. She also won the honorary titles such as "Lu Jiaxi" Youth Talent Award of CAS, first session outstanding member of CAS Youth Innovation Promotion Association, etc.



Jian Sun, Professor, School of Life Science, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China

Email: jiansun@bit.edu.cn

Dr. Jian Sun obtained his Ph.D. in applied chemistry (2009) at Institute of Process Engineering (IPE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). He continued his academic research as a faculty at IPE, CAS, and was promoted to an Associate professor in 2012. After a postdoctoral research at Sandia National Laboratories & Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2014-2018), he became a full professor at Beijing Institute of Technology. His research focuses on developing task-specific ionic liquids, advanced biomaterials, and green processes for utilizing renewable carbon resources including CO2 and lignocellulosic biomass. He is serving as a Youth Editorial Committee of Chinese Journal of Chemical and Engineering.


Manager Editor:

Yujuan He,Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering,Chemical Industry Press,Beijing 100011,China

E-mail: heyujuan@cip.com.cnTel: 0086-10-64519488


Pubdate: 2020-05-20    Viewed: 1643