The Journal of ISSS is published twice in a year by the Institute of Smart Structures & Systems which is a registered society under the Registrar of Societies, Karnataka, India. This journal publishes original research articles, review articles and short communications in all areas of smart materials, structures, health monitoring, MEMS and smart systems. Started in 2012, the journal issues include extended articles from important conference/ symposia proceedings which are of interest to scientists involved in Smart materials/Systems technology. The Journal will give primary importance to the quality of articles and will strive to keep minimum processing time for publication. Since 2017, this journal is co-published by Springer as ISSS Journal of Micro and Smart Systems.
Aims and Scope
The Journal of ISSS would publish reviews, full–length papers, and short communications exploring the relationships between Smart Materials, Structures and Systems. The journal of ISSS plans to establish itself as the leading source of primary communication for scientists investigating the interdisciplinary areas of micro and Smart Structures, Systems and properties of all Smart engineering materials some of which are listed below:
Multiphysics: Theoretical and computational advancements and industrial applications of mechanics, acoustics, electromagnetics, magnetics, electrics, fluidics, chemistry, thermodynamics, structures, materials science, biology, etc.
Bio-nanotechnology,: bio-photonics, bio-mechanics, bio-manipulation
Smart Materials: conducting, electroactive or chiral polymers, smart ceramics, smart composites, micro-and nano-structured materials, self-assembled materials, liquid crystals, biomaterials, etc.
Sensing and actuation: electric, magnetic, acoustic, electromagnetic, infrared, optical, chemical, inertial, mechanical, biological etc
Fabrication technologies: tools, processes, and materials, vacuum technologies, new fabrication and integration techniques for both silicon and non-silicon materials, top-down and bottom-up approaches, low cost approaches, packaging
Electronics: integration of interface circuits with micro-and nano-scale devices, reliability and sensitivity enhancement
RF MEMS & MOEMS: switches, phase shifters, reconfigurable antennas, integrated optics, optical fibre technology, tunable optics
Energy harvesting: means for accumulation and storage of mechanical forms of energy
Smart Structures: smart aerospace structures, civil infrastructures, transportation vehicles.
Controls: structural acoustic control, real-time implementation, stability of adaptive structures
Structural Health Monitoring: damage assessment, alleviation, and health monitoring of composites, aerospace structures, civil infrastructures and transportation vehicles; self-healing structures
Applications: smart materials and sensors in defense ,agriculture, aerospace, automobile, biomedical, etc; field implementations of sensor networks
Types of Articles
Full-length Research Papers: (up to 10 journal pages). Reports of original scientific research, techniques and applications.
Short Communications/Technical Notes: (up to 4 journal pages). These are short technical communications containing information typically insufficient for publication as a full scientific article but revealing new technical procedures. These are also expected to serve as Rapid Communication of significant research outcomes or new innovative concepts.
Topical Review Articles: (up to 20 journal pages) These are intended to summarize currently accepted practice and report on some of the recent progress in areas requiring special attention. Please check with the editorial board on the suitability of a topic before preparing the manuscript for submission.
Periodicity & Distribution
Presently the journal is published biannually. Journal of ISSS will be distributed in print as well as online. The online access will be provided for members of ISSS. Subscription and distribution will be managed by Springer directly. However special subscription rates would be applicable for life members of ISSS. But libraries of institutions that are corporate members of ISSS will get special rate.
B. Dattaguru, (Retd., Indian Institute of Science; Currently: Visiting Professor, Jain University, Bangalore)
SB Krupanidhi, (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
Shekhar Bhansali (Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA)
Bishakh Bhattacharyya (Indian Institute of technology, Kanpur, India)
S.K. Bhaumik (National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore, India)
Christian Boller (Institut für Zerstörungsfreie Prüfverfahren Campus, Saarbrücken, Germany)
Indranil Chopra (University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA)
Amitava DasGupta (Indian Institute of technology, Madras, India)
Ranjan Ganguly (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
Yogesh Gianchandhani (Univeristy of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA)
MS Giridhar (Laboratory for ElectroOptical Systems, Bangalore, India
Lewei Lin, (University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA)
Soumyo Mukherji (Indian Institute of technology, Bombay, India)
KK Nanda, (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
Rudra Pratap (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
Girish Jayant Phatak (Center for Material for Electronics Technology, Pune, India)
N.Raghu (Center for Material for Electronics Technology, Thrissur, India)
K Rajanna (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
Antonio Carlos Seabra (Escola Politécnica da Universidade de, São Paulo, Brazil)
Ashwin Seshia (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK)
VK Varadan (Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA)
Vijayaraju (Aeronautical Development Agency, Bangalore, India)
Kenji Uchino (Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA)