The Journal of Micro/Nanopatterning, Materials, and Metrology (JM3) publishes peer-reviewed papers on the core enabling technologies that address the patterning needs of the electronics industry. Formerly the Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS, the journal’s key subject areas include the science, development, and practice of lithographic, computational, etch, and integration technologies. In this context the electronics industry includes but is not limited to integrated circuits and multichip modules, and advanced packaging with features in the submicron regime.
On the cover: The figure is from "Enabling nanoimprint simulator for quality verification: process-design co-optimization toward high-volume manufacturing" by Junichi Seki et al. in the Special Section on Novel Patterning Technologies II in Vol. 21, Issue 1.