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Materials Circular Economy

Materials Circular Economy

Editor-in-Chief: Seeram Ramakrishna

ISSN: 2524-8146 (print version)
ISSN: 2524-8154 (electronic version)

Journal no. 42824

The journal publishes work related to 6Rs (reuse, recycle, redesign, remanufacture, reduce, recover) in addition to lifecycle engineering and life cycle assessment of sustainable materials
  • Focusses exclusively on 6Rs, lifecycle engineering and life cycle assessment of sustainable materials
  • Highlights issues related to materials recovery, and circular economy, keeping in mind IR 4.0
  • In addition to discovery of novel materials, also publishes materials research related to artificial intelligence and data science platforms
The journal publishes work related to 6Rs (reuse, recycle, redesign, remanufacture, reduce, recover) in addition to lifecycle engineering and life cycle assessment of sustainable materials

Related subjects » Engineering - Environmental / Development / Agricultural Economics - Materials - Pollution and Remediation

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Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China, Japanese Science and Technology Agency (JST), Naver, Semantic Scholar

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    Circular Economy (CE) is a concept or system that is used to design out waste and build economic, social and environmental capital. Over the years, the CE has gained a steady momentum and popularity; and established three materials pillars as its foundation. They are (i) regeneration of resources; (ii) maximize resources lifetime and, (iii) usage of waste as a resource. In parallel, the materials science and engineering research has started engaging the artificial intelligence and the data science as new tools. Therefore, a new platform is to be established in the emerging scenarios of artificial intelligence and data science driven education and research as well as repositioning of the manufacturing sector to utilize the opportunities of cyber physical space (called fourth industrial revolution). The journal provides a platform for publishing work related to 6Rs (reuse, recycle, redesign, remanufacture, reduce, recover) in addition to lifecycle engineering and life cycle assessment of sustainable materials with or without the use of artificial intelligence and data science.
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