“I am honored to be named the inaugural deputy editor of ACS Materials Letters. It is a recognition of Asia’s materials community. The role is also very important to me in a personal way, as I see it as an acknowledgment of the materials research work ongoing in my home country of Singapore,” Liu says. “I envision ACS Materials Letters to become an ideal home for transformative materials research that has broad and profound impacts on energy, environmental, and biomedical fields,” she continues. “I look forward to seeing papers that showcase multidisciplinary and innovative materials research addressing global challenges.” Jillian Buriak, a professor of chemistry and Canada research chair of nanomaterials at the University of Alberta, who is editor in chief of sister journal Chemistry of Materials, will also serve as the new journal’s editor in chief. “Materials chemistry continues to grow in a diverse range of areas.
by Linda Wang |
February 15, 2019