Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials (2018) 1:1–5 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42114-017-0017-y EDITORIAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Hongbo Gu & Chuntai Liu & Jiahua Zhu & Junwei Gu & Evan K. Wujcik & Lu Shao & Ning Wang & Huige Wei & 9 10,11 10 Roberto Scaffaro & Jiaoxia Zhang & Zhanhu Guo Published online: 21 December 2017 # Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2017 It is our great pleasure to introduce the inaugural issue of Based on the matrix material, composites can be catego- Advanced Composites and Hybrid Materials, a new interdis- rized into polymer composites, ceramic composites, carbon ciplinary journal published by Springer Nature. Advanced composites, and metal composites. One example of the com- Composites and Hybrid Materials provides a dedicated pub- posite from each category is provided: polymer composites in lishing platform for academic and industry researchers and Fig. 1b[3, 4], ceramic composites in Fig. 1c, metal com- offers the composites and hybrid materials field an opportuni- posites in Fig. 1d, and carbon composites in Fig. 1e. ty to publish their creative research to exchange newly gener- Nanocomposites, with one dimension of any constituent ated knowledge. less than 100 nm, experienced a fast
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