Fabrication and Application of Optoelectronics Based on Nanomaterials
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2024) | Viewed by 169
Optoelectronics is currently experiencing a revolution thanks to the development of nanomaterials, which have opened up previously unimaginable possibilities for the creation and use of high-tech devices with superior performance. Since the intrinsic properties of nanomaterials are strongly related to their size, shape and surface properties, special attention is needed for their controlled synthesis. Quantum dots (QDs) are a commonly used nanomaterial in optoelectronics. Strong confinement effects and tunable optical and electrical properties make them suitable candidates for solar cells and LEDs, among other uses. Halide perovskite has recently become a “Hot Cake” for optoelectronics device-based research. Its special properties, like having a large carrier diffusion path length, tunable absorption and emission, make it a tough competitor for Si-based PV in terms of efficiency. Nanomaterials' unique properties, like their ability to emit and absorb light at particular wavelengths, also make them useful for biological sensing and imaging applications. By leveraging the unique properties of nanomaterials, researchers and engineers can develop devices with improved performance, energy efficiency and functionality, which will impact various aspects of our daily lives.
We look forward to your submissions!
Dr. Arup Ghorai
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