Aim of Journal of Applied Sciences and Nanotechnology (JASN)

The Journal of Applied Science and Nanotechnology (JASN) aims to serve as a high-impact research platform that provides effective solutions to scientific and technological challenges. The journal welcomes contributions from researchers, scientists, and engineers from around the world and is committed to the timely publication of high-quality research, providing authors with a supportive and constructive peer-review process.

JASN strives to publish original research articles, review articles, and letters from theoretical and experimental research in a wide range of science and engineering fields, including pure and applied science, engineering, pharmacy, agriculture, medicine, health sciences, physics, chemistry, ecology, life sciences, biotechnology, and nanotechnology. The journal is dedicated to publishing high-quality research papers that present new insights, methods, and results that push the boundaries in these fields.

By fostering interdisciplinary research that spans multiple disciplines and promotes collaboration and innovation, JASN aims to contribute to the advancement of applied science and nanotechnology, provide a valuable resource for the scientific community, and address pressing challenges in these fields.


Scope of Journal of Applied Sciences and Nanotechnology (JASN)

The Journal of Applied Science and Nanotechnology (JASN) covers a wide range of topics in applied science and nanotechnology. The scope of the journal includes the following topics:

  • Applied mathematics: mathematical modeling, simulation of physical and biological systems, optimization, control theory, numerical analysis, and computational methods for solving complex scientific and engineering problems.
  • Nanotechnology and its applications: Synthesis, characterization, and application of nanomaterials and nanotechnology in areas such as medicine, energy, and the environment, including nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, nanomechanics, nanorobotics, nanosensing, and biosensing.
  • Materials Science and Engineering: study of the structure, properties, performance, and applications of materials in engineering, including metals, alloys, ceramics, polymers, composites, and biohybrid materials.
  • Biotechnology and Bioengineering: study of living organisms and their applications in medicine, agriculture, and industry, including bioreactor design, biomaterials, tissue engineering, synthetic biology, and gene editing.
  • Environmental science and technology: study of the environment and its interactions with living and nonliving systems, including air and water pollution, environmental monitoring, waste management, and sustainable energy.
  • Energy science and technology: study of energy sources, conversion, storage, and use, including solar cells, supercapacitors, thermoelectric materials, and energy storage systems.
  • Chemical science and technology: analysis of chemical reactions, kinetics, and thermodynamics in chemical systems, including catalysis, reaction engineering, process optimization, and separation.
  • Applied Physics and Laser Science and Technology: study of the properties and behavior of matter and electromagnetic energy, including optics, optoelectronics, solid-state physics, and laser design and technology.