The Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that covers all aspects of microelectromechanical systems, devices and structures, as well as micromechanics, microengineering, and microfabrication. The editor-in-chief is Mark G. Allen (Georgia Institute of Technology). The journal had a 2010 impact factor of 2.276 for 2010, according to the Journal Citation Reports. It is indexed in Inspec, PASCAL, Current Contents/Engineering Computing and Technology, Science Citation Index, Chemical Abstracts, Mass Spectrometry Bulletin, Engineering Index/Compendex, Applied Mechanics Reviews, and VINITI Database RAS.

Publisher
IOP Publishing
Country
United Kingdom
History
1991–present
Website
http://iopscience.org/jmm
Impact factor
2.276 (2010)

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