Special Issue "Perovskite Nanomaterials for Optoelectronic Devices and Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 February 2024 | Viewed by 891
Interests: fluorescent nanomaterials; light-emitting diodes; X-ray scintillator and detector; X-ray imaging; thermally activated delayed fluorescence; circularly polarized luminescence
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Perovskite nanomaterials have emerged as highly promising candidates for optoelectronic devices and sensors due to their exceptional properties. These materials exhibit remarkable optoelectronic performance, enabling their application in various technologies. In the realm of optoelectronic devices, perovskite nanomaterials have demonstrated outstanding performance in solar cells, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and lasers. They possess high absorption coefficients, efficient charge carrier transport, and tunable emission wavelengths, allowing for the development of efficient solar cells, vibrant LEDs, sensitive photodetectors, and coherent lasers. Moreover, perovskite nanomaterials have been utilized in sensor applications such as photodetectors, gas sensors, biosensors, and strain/pressure sensors. Their abilities to detect light across a broad range of wavelengths, interact with specific gases or biomolecules, and exhibit piezoresistive or piezoelectric properties make them versatile for sensing various analytes and conditions. Continued research and development in this field promise to improve the stability, scalability, and reliability of perovskite nanomaterials, thereby exposing their full potential in advancing optoelectronic devices and sensors.
This Special Issue welcomes high-quality reviews and experimental, theoretical, and machine learning work on optoelectronic devices and sensors for perovskite nanomaterials. Potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- The synthesis and optical properties of perovskite and related materials;
- Perovskite solar cells, LEDs, and lasers;
- Perovskite sensors, biosensors, and photodetectors.
Dr. Atanu Jana
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- perovskite nanomaterial synthesis
- optical study
- solar cells
- light-emitting diodes
- gas sensors
- strain/pressure sensors