Special Issue "Semiconductor Nanowire Devices and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2022) | Viewed by 13274
Interests: III-V semiconductor nanowires; nanowire devices and applications; transport phenomena at the nanoscale; low dimensional nanomaterials
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Interests: thermoelectric devices; silicon nanostructures for thermoelectricity; silicon nanowire devices
This special issue of Materials focuses on semiconductor nanowires, hosting a manuscripts collection on different aspects of nanowire physics and technology.
The unique properties of nanowires, including large aspect ratio and surface area, strain relaxation allowing for uncharted material combinations, crystal phase engineering and facile quantum confinement, make these nanomaterials of rising interests for applications.
Semiconductor nanowires bear in fact enormous potential as building blocks for next generation devices in different fields including electronics, optoelectronics, energy harvesting and sensing at the nanoscale.
Nanowire researchers are invited to contribute with original research paper as well as review-style articles on technological and scientific aspects - both experimental and theoretical - of semiconductor nanowires.
Main topics include:
nanowire synthesis and growth modeling;
study of structure-properties relation;
electronic and optoelectronic devices;
gated devices based on nanowires;
sensing and chem-FETs.
Dr. Francesco Rossella
Prof. Giovanni Pennelli
Prof. Antonio Polimeni
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Nanowire synthesis
- Nanowire Growth modeling
- Advanced spectroscopy and microscopy techniques
- Structure-properties relation
- Phonon engineering
- Nanowire electronics and optoelectronics
- gated devices based on nanowires
- sensing applications
- nanowire chem-FETs
- nanowire-based hybrid systems