Call for Papers: Synthesis and Application of Renewable Materials from Biomass and Agriculture Feedstock

Journal of Chemical Engineering Research Updates is pleased to announce a special issue focusing on the "Synthesis and Application of Renewable Materials from Biomass and Agriculture Feedstock" This special issue aims to highlight the latest advancements in the field of renewable materials, with a specific emphasis on bio-based polymers, composites, and other advanced materials derived from biomass and agriculture feedstock. (View Flyer)

We invite researchers and scholars to contribute their original research articles, review papers, and short communications that delve into various aspects of renewable material synthesis, characterization, and application. The special issue will encompass the following research areas:

  1. Recent developments in the synthesis of renewable materials from biomass and agriculture feedstock.
  2. Properties of bio-based materials and their potential applications.
  3. Environmental impacts of the production and utilization of renewable materials.
  4. Challenges and opportunities in scaling up the production of renewable materials.
  5. Exploring the diverse applications of renewable materials derived from biomass and agriculture feedstock.

Authors interested in participating in this special issue are encouraged to explore the proposal in detail. For further inquiries or clarifications, please feel free to reach out to us at info@avantipublishers.com.

Guest Editor:

Prof. Shuping Wu
School of Materials Science & Engineering,
Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, China.
E-mail: shupingwu@ujs.edu.cn

Submission Deadline: December 31, 2023

Submit your Manuscript

Keywords: Renewable materials, Biomass feedstock, Bio-based polymers, Environmental impact, Scaling up

We look forward to receiving innovative and insightful contributions that will contribute significantly to the advancements in renewable materials from biomass and agriculture feedstock. The Special Issue aims to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and knowledge exchange, pushing the boundaries of green and sustainable materials.

Don't miss this opportunity to showcase your research on this emerging and vital topic. Submissions are now open, and we anticipate the creation of a vibrant and impactful collection of research in the field.

Warm regards,

Prof. Dr. Sebastien Deon
Co-Editor-in-Chief
Journal of Chemical Engineering Research Updates
Department of Chemical Engineering, 
University of Burgundy Franche Comte, 
France