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Special Issue "Nano-Optics and Nano-Optoelectronics: Challenges and Future Trends"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991). This special issue belongs to the section "Nanophotonics Materials and Devices".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 September 2023 | Viewed by 3500
Special Issue Editor
Interests: optoelectronics; integrated photonics; nano-materials; quantum information; micro-/nano-processing
Special Issue Information
Nano-optics and nano-optoelectronics currently represent one of the most active scientific and technological frontiers. By combining the achievements of photonics and nano-technology to realize thoroughly novel optical, electronic and optoelectronic functions, nano-optics and nano-optoelectronics have become indispensable in science and technology. After tremendous endeavors, nano-optics and nano-optoelectronics have already departed from their infancy and stepped into an exciting era, where research ideas and theoretical concepts are being vigorously transferred into functional devices and real-life applications. A great deal of work on nano-optics and nano-optoelectronics has been done thus far, and the achievements exhibit great application prospects in optical communication, optical interconnection, optical memory, sensing and imaging, metrology, display and lighting, medicine, security, green energy, etc. The research in this field is becoming increasingly wide-spread.
In order to review the present achievements and to promote the future developments of nano-optics and nano-optoelectronics, Nanomaterials is publishing this Special Issue, “Nano-Optics and Nano-Optoelectronics: Challenges and Future Trends”. It will collect reviews, state-of-the-art works, newest research progresses on as well as the fundamental physics and practical technology in the fields of nano-optics and nano-optoelectronics. Topics include, but are not limited to, nano-optics and photonics, silicon photonics, integrated photonics, nano-optoelectronics, optoelectronic integration, flat optics, photonic and plasmonic nanomaterials, metamaterials and metasurfaces, strong light-matter interactions at the nanoscale, nano-antennas, nano-waveguide chips, nano-optomechanics, nano-lasers, nano-optoelectronic detectors, quantum nano-optics, nonlinear and ultrafast nano-optics, topological photonics, and non-reciprocal nano-optics.
We are expecting for your excellent papers, and we believe that your contribution will help to accelerate the advancement of nano-optics and nano-optoelectronics.
Prof. Dr. Hai-Zhi Song
Manuscript Submission Information
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metamaterials and metasurfaces