We welcome Dr. Dorina Lauritano from University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Dr. Lauritano has authored 169 indexed publications. She has developed studies about oral stomatopirosis and related problems. Nowadays she is deal in research about biomolecular aspects of precancerous pathologies of oral mucosae, with focus on the role of MAPKinasi. Her researches have had Ministerial funding (COFIN 2005, 2006, 2007). Her main research interest is Oral medicine, oral biology, molecular biology. We appreciate Dr. Lauritano for her participation and support.
We welcome Dr. Xian Jun Loh from A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research), Singapore, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Dr. Loh is currently the Head of Department of the Soft Materials Department at the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), A*STAR. Dr. Loh has authored over 170 journal papers, 38 patents and know-hows, over 30 book chapters and 7 books. His main research interest is water soluble polyhydroxyalkanoates, biodegradable thermogelling polymers, supramolecular host–guest polymeric materials. We appreciate Dr. Loh for his participation and support.
We welcome Prof. Sotirios Baskoutas from University of Patras, Greece, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Prof. Baskoutas has authored over 140 research articles in peer reviewed journals in the field of condensed matter physics and materials science with more than 3700 citations. His main research interest is design and theoretical study of electronic and optical properties of semiconductor nanostructured materials such as quantum dots, quantum wells and nanorods; synthesis (with physical methods) and characterization of semiconductor nanostructured materials. We appreciate Prof. Baskoutas for his participation and support.
We welcome Professor Daniel Chateigner from Normandie Université, France, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Professor Chateigner is a full professor of Laboratoire de Cristallographie et Sciences des Matériaux (CRISMAT), Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Ingénieurs de Caen (ENSICAEN), Normandie Université, Institut Universitaire de Technologie (IUT), and Université de Caen Normandie. His main research interests are combined analysis, X-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction, EBSD, synchrotron, anisotropic properties, materials science, texture analysis, softwares/databases, reflectivity, anisotropic spectroscopies, biomineralisation/molluscs/fossils, atomic force microscopy, anisotropic elaboration techniques, tomography. We are grateful to Professor Chateigner for his participation and support.
We welcome Dr. Cuie Wen from RMIT University, Australia, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Dr. Wen is a professor of Biomaterials Engineering, Cuie’s research has led to around 300 peer-reviewed original publications. Dr. Wen is a renowned scholar who specializes in biomaterials engineering, surface coating/modification of biomaterials, biocompatible alloys, composites and scaffolds, nanostructured metals, alloys, composites and nanolaminates, shape memory and alloys for biomedical application. We appreciate Dr. Wen for her participation and support.
We welcome Professor Alkiviadis S. Paipetis from University of Ioannina, Greece, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Professor Paipetis is a mechanical engineer with research activity in the field of mechanical behavior and non destructive evaluation of composite materials and structures. He is also the author of more than 130 international publications in peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings. He is a founding member of the Hellenic Society for Composite Materials. His main research interests are Composite Materials, nano and hybrid composites, Acoustic Emission non-destructive inspection, composite repair, self-healing materials, Hierarchical composites, multifunctional materials, Interfacial Micromechanics, Eco-Friendly Brass Alloys, Structural health monitoring. We are grateful to Professor Paipetis for his participation and support.