Special Issue "Review Papers in Theory and Simulation of Nanostructures"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2022) | Viewed by 8788
Interests: semiconductor nanostructures; optical properties; energy transfer; sensors; carbon dots from biowaste
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The journal Nanomaterias intends to set up a Special Issue on "Review Papers in Theory and Simulation of Nanostructures" dedicated to all aspects of the theory and simulation of nanomaterials. As an editor of this Special Issue, I would like to welcome proposals for review articles covering all kinds of nanomaterials (semiconductor nanostructures, graphene, carbon dots, polymers, etc.), focusing on their computational and theoretical study.
Distinguished researchers from all over the world are invited to contribute to this issue. In order to avoid the overlapping of topics, potential contributors/invited authors are kindly requested to submit to the editor a tentative article title and a 1–2-page description/table of contents for pre-evaluation.
Prof. Dr. Sotirios Baskoutas
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Computational study
- Theoretical study
- Semiconductor nanostructures
- Carbon dots