Nanomaterials for Nanophotonics, Nonlinear Optical and Energy Applications
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 December 2022) | Viewed by 20811
Interests: optical properties of new architectures of nanostructured materials, including advanced polymers for photonics, nonlinear optics, and energy applications; nonlinear optics as a tool for the diagnosis and characterization of specific molecular systems; molecular photonics and light amplification
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
This issue covers a large spectrum of recently emerging developments and future perspectives of advanced nanomaterials processing for photonics and/or energy applications. The objective of this Special Issue of Nanomaterials is to highlight advances in new findings on nanomaterials for nanophotonics, nonlinear optical and energy applications and also to underline their impact on emerging nanotechnologies; diagnostics of photonic and/or energy nanomaterials properties remains an important challenge for future perspectives and will also be discussed. Contributions based on nanoprocessing of specific molecular systems for photonics and energy, including state-of-the-art and emerging photonic nanomaterials for diverse promising optoelectronics applications are welcome to this Special Issue. This issue present a unique opportunity for discussions on recent emerging trends and future prospects of the hot topics of nanophotonics, nonlinear spectroscopy, optical limiting properties, and/or energy by assembling papers addressing both the fundamental and advancement innovations in nanomaterials and asset integrity analysis for applied photonics and energy. Recognizing the increasing importance of innovative photonics technologies and nanoengineering of advanced materials to create active cells with substantially improved energy efficiency in the future of photonics and energy devices technologies, it is clear that the community still needs contributions devoted to the understanding and controlling the structure and properties for all emerging new technologies applications.
Prof. Bouchta Sahraoui
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- nonlinear optics
- active cells
- energy harvesting
- energy application