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Advanced Ceramics Progress (ACERP) — Open Access
Advanced Ceramics Progress (ISSN: 2423-7477; e-ISSN: 2423-7485) is an international, scholarly, peer reviewed, ISC, and open access journal dedicated to the fundamental aspects of chemistry and physics occurring at a wide range of oxide and non-oxide ceramics, composites, and nano materials and their processing, properties, microstructure, and applications - starting from 2015. The journal provides a unique venue for publishing new exciting researches focusing on dynamic growth areas in this field as original research articles, review articles, short communications, and technical reports, which have not been published nor submitted for publication elsewhere. ACERP is published quarterly online by Materials and Energy Research Center (MERC) and Iranian Ceramic Society (ICERS).
|Editor-in-Chief:||Prof. M. M. Rahimipour|
|Full Edition Title:||Advanced Ceramics Progress|
&Iranian Ceramic Society (ICERS)
|Article Processing Charge (APC):||Free of Charge
|Publication Process:||Quick & Open Access
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All submitted manuscripts to the ACERP are screened for Plagiarism
Since December 2014, Advanced Ceramics Progress (ACERP) has effectively utilized plagiarism checker for the detection of the quality of all submitted articles in review process. Once a manuscript is reviewed before any decision the editorial board; we shall provide full report from board of reviewers to assist board members to judge and make correct decision. Based on recommendations the results would be shared with authors for revision and improving the quality of publication in ACERP. All submitted manuscripts to ACERP should be original and any part of the article should not be plagiarized. Even reviewed article before any decision, the content is checked for plagiarism. For any submitted manuscript, the plagiarism level greater than 25% including author name, affiliation, and references is automatically rejected and a similarity of > 20% is considered as high percentage of plagiarism. ACERP does its best to adhere to the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) as much as possible. ACERP's board members welcome any international publishers to provide ACERP special services for improving internationalization and also help us to get recognition, prefect global impact, and publicity to approach Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) standard criteria.