Special Issue "Cutting‐Edge Nanomaterials for Electronics in Asia: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 May 2022) | Viewed by 21186
Interests: metal nanoclusters; metal nanoparticles; carbon dots; nanocomposite; nanoink; photocatalysis; chemical sensing; printed/flexible electronics; SALDI-MS
Interests: polaritonics; nanophotonics; tehrahertz sciences and technologies; mid-infrared spectroscopy; two-dimensional materials and their optoelectronics
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Recent nanomaterials innovation in electronics has been based on the synthesis/fabrication of new nanomaterials, properties with the size and shape, and nano-scale characterization. The enormous variety of nanomaterials for electronic device systems have progressed immensely, and their range of properties and applications appears to be almost endless. Recent printing technologies offer direct deposition of conductive nanomaterials on flexible substrates for cost-effective/large scale fabrication. The printed electronics provide widespread flexible electronics and, more recently, stretchable/soft electronics such as sensors, electronic displays, solar cells, thin-film transistors, and supercapacitors. The studies of nanomaterials in electronics are at the forefront of scientific and industrial applications.
This Special issue is going to be focused on “Cutting‐Edge Nanomaterials for Electronics in Asia: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications”. Advanced nanomaterials for electronics are especially welcome, including 0D nanomaterials (nanoparticles, nanodots, quantum dots), 1D nanomaterials (nanotube, nanofibers, nanowires), 2D nanomaterials (graphene, other 2D layered nanomaterials), organic conducting polymers, liquid metals, and these composite nanomaterials. Rapidly growing applications are also welcome, such as printed/flexible/stretchable electronics, energy storage, optoelectronics, power electronics, bioelectronics, and sensors for medical and healthcare.
Prof. HIdeya Kawasaki
Prof. Dr. Huanjun Chen
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- Conductive nanomaterials
- Composite nanomaterials
- Flexible/stretchable electronics
- Power electronics
- Energy harvesting and storage
- Light-emitting diodes
- Sensors and detectors