Special Issue "Recent Advances in Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Their Applications in Electronics and Optoelectronics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2023) | Viewed by 1058
Interests: semiconductor memory; semiconductor sensor; LED device; electronic materials
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Special Issue in Materials: Next Generation of Semiconductor Devices
Recently, due to the physical limitations of semiconductor devices such as diode, resistor, electrode, and memory, research using various nanomaterials and nanoscale semiconductor devices is being actively conducted. Semiconductor nanomaterials and nanomaterials are receiving great attention in scientific research because they have special physical and chemical properties compared to bulk nanomaterials. Semiconductor nanomaterials can potentially be used in the design of electronic devices, optical devices, semiconductor-based sensors, and transparent electrodes. Nanoscale semiconductor devices are particularly interesting in terms of charge transfer and can be manipulated by temperature, electric field, and current. In addition, at present, the study of semiconductor nanomaterials spans various multidisciplinary fields in both fundamental research on material and device physics, and emerging applications such as FET, flexible devices, and optoelectronic devices. Further development of semiconductor nanomaterials will certainly lead to significant breakthroughs in the semiconductor industry.
At this point, this Special Issue, titled "Recent Advances in Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Their Applications", is open to an original research article addressing recent theoretical and/or experimental findings on the electronic/optical properties of semiconductor nanomaterials. We hope that this Special Issue will provide a collection of research papers covering original and important advanced research related to fundamental physics, novel concepts, and potential applications of semiconductor nanomaterials in the fields of electronics and optoelectronics.
Prof. Dr. Hee-Dong Kim
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- optoelectronic devices
- sensor devices
- system with sensor fusion