Special Issue "Two-Dimensional Materials for (Opto)-Electronic Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2023) | Viewed by 333
Interests: 2D materials; optoelectronics; molecular functionalization; low-temperature characterizations; semiconductor device physics
Nano-electronic devices based on 2D materials offer many benefits for the more-than-Moore technology and Internet-of-Things applications. For the scientific community, 2D materials offer a new dreamland for creation and innovation, based on their unique properties, which allow for the improvement in existing (opto)-electronic, flexible, and wearable technology and functionalized multi-responsive devices.
In the last two decades, tremendous research efforts have been devoted to developing novel methods and strategies for the large-scale production of two-dimensional materials, as well as to modelling and fabricating electronic components such as field-effect transistors, sensors, diodes, printed and flexible devices.
Despite worldwide effort, researchers are still confronted with common challenges in material fabrication and device-performance optimization: gaining control over the materials’ fabrication to gain high crystallinity and uniformity, scaling up the material growth and controlling the production costs; optimizing the device structures and on-chip integration.
To address this demand, researchers have been developing an ever-growing interest in 2D semiconductors, leading to their great success.
This Special Issue of Nanomaterials is interested in the preparation, functionalization, and characterization of 2D materials to showcase the most recent advances in the application of 2D semiconductors for (Opto)-Electronic Applications. Original research articles communications, and reviews are welcome. We look forward to receiving your contributions.
Dr. Francesca Urban
Dr. Alessandro Grillo
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- nanomaterials for opto-electronics
- nanomaterials for flexible/wearable systems
- 2D electronics (graphene, TMDs, 2D heterostructures, etc.)
- nanomaterial-based electronic ink for printing electronic
- two-dimensional nanomaterial for printing electronic devices
- characterization and functionalization of 2d materials for multi-responsive devices