REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—Dr. Bryce Meredig, Citrine founder and Chief Science Officer, was named Associate Editor of npj Computational Materials.
npj Computational Materials, from Nature Publishing Group, is a premier journal in the field of computational materials. The journal’s scope is:
- application and development of existing and emerging theoretical and simulation approaches for the study of materials in their entirety (organic and inorganic).
- structure and property prediction of new materials, such as by the “materials by design” paradigm.
- significant new understanding of materials fundamentals, behavior and properties.
- integrative/complementary experimental works that serve to validate, support and extend computational findings.
- high-throughput techniques—both computational and experimental—for large data set generation, and materials data mining.
With an Impact Factor of 8.941, the journal is a leading voice of the computational materials domain and one of the top-ranked journals across all of materials science. Upon his appointment, Dr. Meredig said, “I could not be more proud to join such a respected editorial team at npj Computational Materials. In addition to the great work that the journal publishes, I am particularly excited to contribute to the scientific discourse at a journal that embraces Open Access principles.”
Dr. Meredig’s initial term as editor is for three years.