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Preface

Ionescu, Emanuel and Iwamoto, Yuji (2016):
Preface.
In: Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan, The Ceramic Society of Japan, pp. P10-1, 124, (10), ISSN 1882-0743,
[Online-Edition: http://dx.doi.org/10.2109/jcersj2.124.P10-1],
[Article]

Abstract

The crucial role of molecular synthesis routes for the rational access towards ceramic materials with tailored compositions, microstructures and property profiles was recognized very early by researchers like Robert B. Sosman (1881 1967) or Rustum Roy (1924 ­ 2010) while addressing the challenge of developing advanced materials with improved homogeneity /heterogeneity andpurity. This special issue of the Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan presents current developments related to the synthesis, processing as well as selected structural and functional properties of advanced ceramics. One common emphasis of the contributions submitted to the special issue relates to obvious intimate relationships between the chemism at the atomic / molecular scale and the properties at the nano / micro / macro scale in ceramic materials. This special issue of the Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan appears on the occasion of the 60th Birthday of Prof. Ralf Riedel (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany). Prof. Riedel has brought significant ontributions within the field of ceramics, especially related to materials synthesis aspects. Thus, he was one of the key researchers in the early 90ies of the last century pushing the field of polymer-derived ceramics forward. Moreover, he is well known in the ceramic and solid-state chemistry communities for his contribution related to the synthesis of novel materials and crystalline phases by using high-pressure / high-temperature conditions. His work and publications in the field of nitride-based materials (e.g., spinel-type silicon nitride, thorium-phosphide type zirconium and hafnium nitrides, the high-pressure phase of MgSiN2, spinel-type gallium oxynitride, first oxynitride of boron etc.) are well known and highly cited. The present special issue of the Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan contains 21 articles which were submitted based on invitations from the regional and guest editors. All manuscripts were peer-reviewed according to the editorial policies of the journal and only those meeting the criteria were accepted for publication. The regional and guest editors wish to thank the peer reviewers for their great efforts and time spent for this special issue. This special issue is supported by JSPS Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI), Strengthening International Dissemination of Information, Grant Number 252016.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2016
Creators: Ionescu, Emanuel and Iwamoto, Yuji
Title: Preface
Language: English
Abstract:

The crucial role of molecular synthesis routes for the rational access towards ceramic materials with tailored compositions, microstructures and property profiles was recognized very early by researchers like Robert B. Sosman (1881 1967) or Rustum Roy (1924 ­ 2010) while addressing the challenge of developing advanced materials with improved homogeneity /heterogeneity andpurity. This special issue of the Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan presents current developments related to the synthesis, processing as well as selected structural and functional properties of advanced ceramics. One common emphasis of the contributions submitted to the special issue relates to obvious intimate relationships between the chemism at the atomic / molecular scale and the properties at the nano / micro / macro scale in ceramic materials. This special issue of the Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan appears on the occasion of the 60th Birthday of Prof. Ralf Riedel (Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany). Prof. Riedel has brought significant ontributions within the field of ceramics, especially related to materials synthesis aspects. Thus, he was one of the key researchers in the early 90ies of the last century pushing the field of polymer-derived ceramics forward. Moreover, he is well known in the ceramic and solid-state chemistry communities for his contribution related to the synthesis of novel materials and crystalline phases by using high-pressure / high-temperature conditions. His work and publications in the field of nitride-based materials (e.g., spinel-type silicon nitride, thorium-phosphide type zirconium and hafnium nitrides, the high-pressure phase of MgSiN2, spinel-type gallium oxynitride, first oxynitride of boron etc.) are well known and highly cited. The present special issue of the Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan contains 21 articles which were submitted based on invitations from the regional and guest editors. All manuscripts were peer-reviewed according to the editorial policies of the journal and only those meeting the criteria were accepted for publication. The regional and guest editors wish to thank the peer reviewers for their great efforts and time spent for this special issue. This special issue is supported by JSPS Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI), Strengthening International Dissemination of Information, Grant Number 252016.

Journal or Publication Title: Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan
Volume: 124
Number: 10
Publisher: The Ceramic Society of Japan
Divisions: 11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Material Science
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Material Science > Dispersive Solids
Date Deposited: 04 Jan 2017 09:17
Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.2109/jcersj2.124.P10-1
Identification Number: doi:10.2109/jcersj2.124.P10-1
Funders: This special issue is supported by JSPS Grants-in-Aid for Scienti fi c Research (KAKENHI), Strengthening International Dissemination of Information, Grant Number 252016.
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