Special Issue "Functionalized Hybridization for Next-Generation Nanophotonic Devices"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (24 November 2023) | Viewed by 3543
Interests: Xenes; phosphorene; functional nanostructures; optoelectronics
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The interaction between photons and nanostructures is of great significance from both scientific and engineering perspectives, which have brought up many research branches, such as optoelectronics, biophotonics, nonlinear photonics, etc. Compared with bulk counterparts, low-dimensional semiconducting nanomaterials usually exhibit much stronger interaction with light due to their significantly improved surface area and suitable bandgap. To further broaden applicable ranges beyond their existing boundaries and fully exploit these potentials in nanophotonics, studies on the functionalized hybridization of semiconducting nanostructures are rapidly expanding and unprecedentedly challenging for next-generation nanophotonics (photodetectors, photocatalysts, nonlinear photonics, biosensors, etc.) with fascinating properties in recent years.
This Special Issue welcomes contributions devoted to the rational design, precise characterization, and versatile nanophotonic application of functional hybridization of nanostructures (not limited to nanostructures) for next-generation nanophotonic devices.
Prof. Dr. Weichun Huang
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- functional nanostructures
- nonlinear photonics