Special Issue "Carbon Nanoelectronics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 August 2013)
Dr. Cory D. Cress
US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, USA
Interests: carbon nanotube field effect transistor (CNTFET); graphene field effect transistor (GFET); thin-film transistors; carbon nanoelectronics; flexible electronics; device characterization; non-equilibrium green's functions (NEGF); radiation effects
In this Special Issue of Electronics on Carbon Nanoelectronics, we seek novel reports and review papers related to carbon nanomaterials and their use in electronic devices spanning from advanced high-performance digital and analog nanoelectronics to low-cost, printed, transparent or flexible thin-film transistors. Novel research reports may include experimental fabrication approaches, novel device results, or advanced carbon nanoelectronic device characterization techniques. We are also interested in theoretical papers pertaining to topics that range from basic transport to circuit-level design addressing unique aspects of carbon nanoelectronic devices. Review papers must capture the state-of-the-field within a broad or niche market, benchmark the requirements of carbon nanoelectronic devices for market adoption, discuss general approaches to carbon nanoelectronic device fabrication and characterization, and/or provide future outlook perspectives on carbon nanoelectronic devices. The use of carbon nanomaterials as the channel material in scaled digital electronic devices may potentially yield enhanced performance and improved energy-efficiency. In radio frequency and microwave applications, extremely high-speed operation and linearity are two primary drivers of interest in carbon nanomaterials. Other advanced technologies, such as high-speed interconnects and 3D integrated circuits are currently under investigation and uniquely suited for carbon nanomaterials. In the displays and flexible electronics markets, speed and energy-efficiency requirements are relaxed in lieu of transparency, mechanical robustness, large-area manufacturability, cost, etc. This summary of carbon nanoelectronics applications is not exhaustive, but rather, is intended to provide a sense of the scope of this Special Issue. We will give all papers related to carbon nanoelectronic materials and devices full consideration for publication. To limit redundancy, authors of review papers are encouraged to communicate their topic and scope to the Guest Editor in advance of submission.
Dr. Cory D. Cress
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- carbon nanotube field effect transistor (CNTFET)
- graphene field effect transistor (GFET)
- thin-film transistors
- carbon nanoelectronics
- flexible electronics
- device characterization
- non-equilibrium green’s functions (NEGF)
- radiation effects