“Materionics”—A New Term for the World of Science, Engineering, and Technology

Authors

  • M. Hossein Siadati Materials Science and Engineering Faculty, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
  • Mohsen Mirzaee-Sisan Materials Science and Engineering Faculty, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran

Keywords:

Materionics, electronic materials, functional materials

Abstract

The advent of functional materials yielding electro-ceramics, electro-polymers, piezo-electrics, semi-conductors, nano-biomaterials, and other electro-material concepts has undergone the focus of many scientific and creative endeavors. In favor of creating and defining a term covering under its umbrella all of these concepts, we propose the designation Materionics taken from the first and second halves of the two words “materials” and “electronics,” respectively. The ever-growing trend of overlapping activities in the two engineering fields of Materials Science and Electronics accentuates this necessity. With the introduction of Materionics, once it has flourished, we expect that a new wave of understanding will engulf and overtake the scholars of this new field and that their contributions in the disciplines having overlaps will be most synergistic. Inevitably, goods and services that Materionics could yield will expeditiously become ubiquitous in modern life and civilization.

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2023-01-06

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M. Hossein Siadati, & Mohsen Mirzaee-Sisan. (2023). “Materionics”—A New Term for the World of Science, Engineering, and Technology. International Journal of Formal Sciences: Current and Future Research Trends, 17(1), 1–11. Retrieved from https://ijfscfrtjournal.isrra.org/index.php/Formal_Sciences_Journal/article/view/761

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