Special Issue "Graphene Based Sensors and Electronics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2018) | Viewed by 51640
Interests: III-Nitride MEMS; chemical sensors; biosensors; 2D materials; nanoelectronics
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Vigorous and widespread research activities on graphene, spanning over more than a decade, since its discovery, has led to numerous applications in the fields of sensors and electronics. Being essentially a surface with unsaturated bonds and outstanding electrical properties, graphene has established itself as a highly promising material for sensing. While absence of a bandgap has created potential challenges for applications in electronic devices based on traditional topology, novel devices have been demonstrated taking advantage of the its atomically thin dimension and tuneable Fermi level. A wide variety of graphene-based sensors have been demonstrated with potential applications in chemical and environmental sensing, bio-sensing, radiological sensing as well as physical parameter sensing including infrared radiation. Applications in the areas of distributed and remote sensor networks, as well as, wearable and implantable sensors have also been pursued, with strong potential impacts in various emerging fields, such as, IoT, telemedicine and smart healthcare.In this Special Issue, you are invited to submit contributions describing the development in the broad area of graphene based sensors and electronics, ranging from individual sensors to sensor integration and multimodal data fusion, as well as graphene based electronic devices with analog, digital and integrated circuit applications spanning over a wide frequency range, from dc to THz.Prof. Dr. Goutam Koley
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- Graphene Sensors
- Graphene transistors
- Flexible and wearable sensors
- Low power flexible electronics