Special Issue "Advances in Organic Nanophotonics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2016)
Dr. Youngkyoo Kim
Director of Organic Nanoelectronics Laboratory (ONELAB), Director of KNU Institute for Nanophotonics Applications (KINPA), Department of Chemical Engineering, School of Applied Chemical Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Daegu 41566, Republic of Korea
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Interests: Organic Nanoelectronic Materials and Devices; Biomedical Materials and Devices; New Materials and Processing; Nanofabrications and Measurements
Dr. Hwajeong Kim
Organic Nanoelectronics Laboratory, Department of Chemical Engineering, School of Applied Chemical Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea
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Interests: electrochemical sensors/systems; biomedical materials/devices; organic materials/devices; nanoscale surfaces/analysis
Organic functional molecules play a core role in creating innovative properties for a variety of material systems and device applications because of their versatility and tuning potentials via chemical synthesis. In particular, advances in nanotechnology and photonics enable organic functional molecules to extend their roles toward a sophisticated nanoscale photonics (nanophotonics), which is a challenging category for increasing the current limitations of optoelectronic and photonic systems. In addition, organic nanophotonics are considered critical constituents in order to complete flexible electronics, which are a new paradigm in transition. This Special Issue aims to deliver an active forum for very recent advances in organic nanophotonics including novel organic photonic molecules, organic nanophotonic devices, nanophotonic systems with organic molecules, biomedical applications of organic nanophotonic devices, organic nanophotonic materials and devices for energy and environmental applications, etc.
Prof. Dr. Youngkyoo Kim
Dr. Hwajeong Kim
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- organic nanophotonics
- organic functional molecules
- nanophotonic systems
- biomedical applications
- energy and environments