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Recognizing the future leaders in the study of Mechanics of Materials is fundamental to safeguarding tomorrow's driving force in research and innovation.



Here we present the article collection ‘The Future of Mechanics of Materials: An Early Career Scientists’ Perspective’.



This collection welcomes perspective and opinion article types from early career scientists that wish to share their opinion on the future of the Mechanics of Materials field. Contributors to this collection are also free to submit other article types if preferred to present advances in theory, experiment, and methodology with applications to compelling problems. We aim to highlight the perspective and research of the leading scientists of the future across the entire breadth of Mechanics of Materials:

• solid mechanics

• adhesion

• fracture mechanics

• fatigue

• dynamic fracture

• plasticity

• dislocations

• nanomechanics

• bio-inspired mechanics

• mechanics of biological and soft materials

• friction

• lubrication and wear, thus tribology and nanotribology



While future innovations in Mechanics of Materials are yet to be discovered, this Research Topic will give us a hint at what to expect.

Keywords: Mechanics of Materials, Solid Mechanics, Adhesion, Fracture Mechanics, Fatigue, Dynamic Fracture, Plasticity, Dislocations, Nanomechanics, Friction, Lubrication


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

Recognizing the future leaders in the study of Mechanics of Materials is fundamental to safeguarding tomorrow's driving force in research and innovation.



Here we present the article collection ‘The Future of Mechanics of Materials: An Early Career Scientists’ Perspective’.



This collection welcomes perspective and opinion article types from early career scientists that wish to share their opinion on the future of the Mechanics of Materials field. Contributors to this collection are also free to submit other article types if preferred to present advances in theory, experiment, and methodology with applications to compelling problems. We aim to highlight the perspective and research of the leading scientists of the future across the entire breadth of Mechanics of Materials:

• solid mechanics

• adhesion

• fracture mechanics

• fatigue

• dynamic fracture

• plasticity

• dislocations

• nanomechanics

• bio-inspired mechanics

• mechanics of biological and soft materials

• friction

• lubrication and wear, thus tribology and nanotribology



While future innovations in Mechanics of Materials are yet to be discovered, this Research Topic will give us a hint at what to expect.

Keywords: Mechanics of Materials, Solid Mechanics, Adhesion, Fracture Mechanics, Fatigue, Dynamic Fracture, Plasticity, Dislocations, Nanomechanics, Friction, Lubrication


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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