Special Issue "Functional Nanomaterials by Electrospinning"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 October 2018).
Interests: atomic layer deposition; photocatalysis; electrospinning; nanomaterials; sensors; thin films
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Electrospinning is a versatile and cost-effective technique for the production of multi-functional nanofibers from various materials such as polymers, biopolymers, oxides, non-oxides, composites, hybrids and carbon based materials.
This research topic will aim at gathering resources in the area of the design of nanostructured fibers using electrospinning for wide range of applications such as energy, environment, aerospace, (bio) sensors, smart textile, tissue engineering, and so on. Contributions related to advanced fibers design, organization, functionalization, novel chemical and physical properties, toxicity and original characterization techniques will be as well considered.
This Research topic will deal with: (i) the design of functional nanomaterials (nanofibers, nanotubes, porous nanofibers, core/shell etc.), (ii) the surface modification of these new nanomaterials, (iii) the investigation of their properties and (iv) their applications. Multi-disciplinary studies will be particularly welcome.Dr. Mikhael Bechelany
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- tissue engineering