International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology

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Edited By: Hua-Tay Lin

Impact Factor: 1.153

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 7/27 (Materials Science Ceramics)

Online ISSN: 1744-7402

Associated Title(s): International Journal of Applied Glass Science, Journal of the American Ceramic Society

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The International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology publishes new applied research and development work focused on commercialization of engineered ceramics.

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Impact Factor

The International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology has a 2012 Impact Factor score of 1.153*, now ranking #7 in the Materials Science-Ceramics category.

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*2013 Release of Journal Citation Reports®
Source: Thomson Reuters 2012 Citation


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The International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology is pleased to present a special e-only issue on Microwave and Electroceramics. You can read it now free through September 2014!

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In this video abstract, Professor John Ballato of Clemson University discusses the future of optical communications to go along with his article chosen as a JACERS September feature below.


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