Special Issue "Nanomaterials for Optoelectronic Application"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 5 December 2023 | Viewed by 4476
Functional material for optoelectronic applications has been a hot topic in the last several decades due to their strength, which has promoted the development of information technology, energy conversion, and biomedical science. Compared to bulky states, functional materials at the nanoscale present an amplified energy transfer, conversion efficiency, and control charge separation, and further precisely tune photophysical and electrical behavior in condensed structures. Meanwhile, the promising photophysical and electrical processing in the functional nanomaterials also provided an effective and universal platform to systematically study their property–structure relationship at the molecular and atomic levels. Therefore, designing and preparing a robust nanomaterial is a common and convenient method of obtaining efficient and stable functional and active materials toward optoelectronic applications. Up-to-date, functional nanomaterials are widely applied in light imaging, light-emitting diodes, solid lighting, solar cell, field-effect transistor, photocatalysis, memristor, etc.
This Special Issue will present comprehensive research outlining progress on the optoelectronic application of nanomaterials. This includes the design and preparation, fundamental photophysical and electrical mechanism, novel optoelectronic application of functional nanomaterials toward energy conversion, plasmonic amplification, information processing and transportation, disease diagnosis, and treatment. We invite authors to contribute original research articles and review articles covering the current progress on Nanomaterials for Optoelectronic Applications. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Theory and calculation, prediction of optoelectronic nanomaterials;
- Design and preparation of functional optoelectronic nanostructures;
- Photophysical processing of nanostructures;
- Electrical behavior of nanostructures;
- Optoelectronic devices based on nanomaterials;
- Nanomaterials for energy conversion.
Dr. Jinyi Lin
Manuscript Submission Information
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- functional materials
- photophysical behavior
- electrical property
- energy conversion
- optoelectronic devices