Special Issue "Recent Advances in Nanomaterials’ Research: Selection from ICSSP'15"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2015).
Condensed matter physics has two very well established sub-fields, i.e., semiconductor physics and magnetism. These sub-fields are continuously revealing new phenomena and materials, especially in the nano-regime. In semiconductors, defects, charge carriers, and impurity atoms strongly affect different properties. As far as magnetism is concerned, it is a collective electronic phenomenon, which strongly depends on the presence of a stable ordered state, even at high temperatures. The presence of magnetic order itself has a large impact on the different properties of semiconductors—most importantly, transport properties. Most recently, many important technologies have developed in order to exploit information processing and storage in semiconductor and magnetic materials, respectively. Semiconductor spintronics deals with the development of new devices, which are hybrids and manipulate information processing, communication, and storage simultaneously. This Special Issue will be open for interested authors to submit their manuscripts to Nanomaterials, for their potential application in advanced technology/devices. It would also cover the best papers from the International Conference on Solid State Physics (ICSSP’15) http://icssp15.org.pk, which will be held on 13–17 December, 2015. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Semiconducting Nanomaterials
- Nanoparticles, Nanowires, and Nanotubes
- DMS (Diluted Magnetic Semiconductor) Nanomaterails
- Carbon Nanomaterials
- Nano Ceramics
Prof. Dr. Shahzad Naseem
Prof. Dr. Bin Zhu
Prof. Dr. Yan-Jun Guo
Prof. Dr. Saira Riaz
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- semiconducting nanomaterials nanofibers nanoparticles
- nanotubes DMS (diluted magnetic semiconductor) nanomaterails carbon nanomaterials nano ceramics