Special Issue "Research on Nanostructured Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2020.
Interests: photocatalysts and graphene-based materials
Interests: biomaterials; tissue engineering; bioactive glasses; biopolymers
Interests: carbon nanomaterials; oxide nanostructures; photocatalysis
There has recently been a particular interest in performing research on various types of nanostructures with dimensions of tens of nanometers. In this respect, this Special Issue aims to cover recent progress and trends in both fundamental and applied research on various types of nanostructured materials. Contributions to this Special Issue can be in the form of full research articles, short communications, and reviews that focus on the understanding of the role and the influence of molecules used for obtaining nanostructured materials as well as the processes and phenomena that occur when homogeneous or heterogeneous nanostructured materials are involved. On the other hand, an important aspect of the performed research could be directed towards the rigorous assessment of the phenomena that appear during the materials’ synthesis. Furthermore, there is a special interest in publishing research that presents the applications of materials in various interesting areas such as bio-medicine, drug delivery, (photo)catalysis, sensors, supercapacitors, batteries, fire retardants, etc., by pointing out the role and influence of the molecules and compounds involved during the preparation routes on the improvements of the materials’ performances.
Submissions are welcome relating but not limited to the broad topics listed below:
- Electronic, photonic, and magnetic materials;
- Materials for energy and environmental;
- Advanced materials characterization and modelling;
- Nanomaterials and characterization;
- Biomaterials and soft materials;
- Structural and (multi)functional materials;
- Surfaces and interfaces in nano-structures and nano-architectures.
Prof. Dr. Lucian Baia,
Dr. Klara Magyari
Prof. Jin Won (Maria) Seo
Manuscript Submission Information
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- electronic materials
- photonic materials
- magnetic materials
- advanced materials
- functional materials
- surfaces and interfaces
- material applications