Special Issue "The 15th Anniversary of Materials—Recent Advances in Materials Physics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 January 2024 | Viewed by 5424
Interests: photocatalytic materials; nanostructured titanium dioxide; carbon nanomaterials; metal oxides
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The present Special Issue, "The 15th Anniversary of Materials—Recent Advances in Materials Physics", is now available. This Special Issue will publish cutting-edge original research articles or state-of-the-art review papers that provide insight and highlight the latest advances in materials’ properties and applications in different fields ranging from mechanics, electronics, and photonics to solar energy conversion and environmental engineering.
This Special Issue will cover all aspects of materials growth and processing, microstructural and mechanical properties and engineering, advanced characterization techniques, surface and interface engineering of nanostructured and functional materials including metals and alloys, ceramics and coatings, low-dimensional materials, metal oxides and semiconductors for energy and environmental applications, optical and photonic materials, plasmonics, metamaterials, magnetic materials, superconducting and quantum materials, ferroelectrics, multiferroics and magnetoelectrics, thermoelectric materials, metal–organic materials, and amorphous solids. Some research topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Metals and alloys;
- Low-dimensional materials;
- Optical and photonic materials;
- Plasmonics and metamaterials;
- Superconducting and quantum materials;
- Ferroelectrics, multiferroics and magnetoelectrics;
- Thermoelectric materials；
- Metal-ceramics and hard materials.
Prof. Dr. Vlassios Likodimos
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- metals and alloys
- low-dimensional materials
- photonic materials
- superconducting and quantum materials