Special Issue "New Trends in Porous Semiconductor Research"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2021) | Viewed by 3822
Interests: nanomaterials; microsystems; biosensors; lab-on-chip; nanophotonics; microelectronics; organ-on-chip
Interests: nanomaterials; targeted therapies; nanomedicine; regenerative medicine; porous silicon
Interests: nanomaterials; energy storage and conversion; microbatteries; flexible electronics
Interests: biosensors; micro–nanoporous materials; nanophotonics; nanomedicine; organic and hybrid nanostructured materials
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This Special Issue entitled “New Trends in Porous Semiconductor Research” is dedicated to the 2020 edition of the Porous Semiconductors Science and Technology (PSST) Conference. It features the most important and recent exciting results related to all aspects of the manufacturing, characterization, and applications of porous semiconductor-based nanomaterials. It is a collection of articles carefully selected from more than 200 abstracts submitted to PSST 2020.
The topical areas cover electrochemical and metal-assisted chemical etching; surface chemistry and functionalization; pore filling and nanoparticle decoration; novel nanostructures and microfabrication techniques; micro photonics and luminescence; micro systems and electronics; medical applications; imaging and therapy; energy harvesting, storage and conversion; sensors and biosensors; as well as emerging applications.
The PSST Conference is an international meeting on porous semiconductors scheduled every two years. Held since 1998, PSST is a unique international scientific experience entirely dedicated to various aspects of porous semiconductor based nanomaterials, and promotion of their use in—though not limited to—sensing, medicine, energy, life sciences, microfluidics, electronics, and photonics.
Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Barillaro
Dr. Fréderique Cunin
Prof. Dr. Thierry Djenizian
Prof. Lluis F. Marsal
Prof. Dr. Nicolas Voelcker
Prof. Dr. Michael J. Sailor
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- porous materials