Special Issue "Optical Sensors and Gauges Based on Plasmonic Resonance"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 March 2022) | Viewed by 6795
Plasmonic sensors are the object of continuous, dynamic, fundamental, and applied research today.
Every day, sensors based on surface plasmon resonance (SPR) are used more and more in a great variety of new applications and developments, for instance, in engineering, physics, chemistry, biotechnology, environment, medicine, etc. They have been shown to have a high sensitivity and resolution and to be able to integrate easily since they are in the dimensions of nano-optics.
In this Special Issue, both theoretical and experimental research will be considered, provided they offer new knowledge or substantial improvements in the field of SPR. In more detail, articles should describe new detection techniques or substantial improvements over an existing one or a major new application of an existing method. All types of plasmonic sensors will be considered in applications (physical sensors, chemical sensors, biological sensors, environmental sensors, etc.), sensor elements (new materials, new combinations of materials, dopants, new structures, etc.), plasmonic structures, functionalization protocols for metallic surfaces, or any other innovation in the field of plasmonic sensors. Due to the pandemic and the rapid proliferation of COVID-19, research on SPR sensors related to the detection of SARS-CoV-2 will also be considered.
An essential factor in terms of acceptance of a submitted manuscript will be the innovation it brings, as well as its potential for practical applications.
I encourage you to contribute to this Special Issue through research, design, development, and applications outlined in articles that demonstrate the most recent advances in plasmonic sensors with new scientific knowledge, designs, and their practical applications.
Prof. Dr. Francisco Pérez-Ocón
Manuscript Submission Information
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- surface plasmon resonance
- localized surface plasmon
- SPR sensor
- novel applications of plasmonic sensors