The journal aims to also publish articles (but not limited to) at the forefront of nanoscale science and/or technology and especially those of an interdisciplinary nature.
The aim of The Open Journal of Nano (OJN) is to contribute to science, education and industry by reaching a wide area in the field of nano and micro size materials and their applications, which have an interdisciplinary character at national and international level. For this purpose, special issues are published 2 times a year and in line with the recommendations of the editorial board. Studies are evaluated by the editors after at least two national and international referee reports according to the principles of blind refereeing.
OJN contains theoretical and practical high-quality original research articles, technical review articles, literature summary and editorial publications in the fields of all disciplines of Science and Engineering related to nano- and micro-size materials and their applications.
The Open Journal of Nano is deal with (but not limited to) knowledge of the physical, chemical and biological phenomena and processes related to particles, tubes, layers, macromolecules, clusters and other finite structures that have at least one lengthscale ranging from molecular to nanoscale, and exhibit improved and novel properties that are a direct result of their small size.
OJN scope primarily addresses the following three main topics:
All publications in The Open Journal of Nano are licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) license.