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Special Issue "Low Dimensional Luminescent Nanomaterials and Nanodevices"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991). This special issue belongs to the section "Nanophotonics Materials and Devices".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2023 | Viewed by 2293
Special Issue Editors
Interests: luminescent quantum dots; low dimensional metal halide perovskites; luminescent glass microstructure; light-emitting diode; electroluminescent devices; advanced display technology
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Interests: micro-light-emitting diode; photodetector and optoelectronic memristor based on gallium nitride integrated with nanomaterials, as well as their applications in visible light communication; solid-state lighting; micro-display; artificial intelligence
Interests: perovskite; quantum dot; glass; ceramic; crystal; glass ceramic; phosphor; optoelectronic devices; LED; micro-LED
Special Issue Information
Low-dimensional luminescent nanomaterials, such as quantum dots, nanotubes, nanowires, and 2D materials, have attracted extensive research attention because of their unique quantum confinement effect. Their novel optical and photophysical properties endow them with many promising nanodevices applications, such as light-emitting diodes, lasers, solar cells and luminescent memristors. Nevertheless, there are still many issues with low-dimensional luminescent nanomaterials, such as fundamental photophysical understanding, stability and device performance, which must be addressed and further investigated.
This Special Issue aims to provide an overview of the most recent developments in novel low-dimensional luminescent nanomaterials and nanodevices. Original research articles, reviews and perspectives are welcome. Research areas may include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Synthesis of low-dimensional luminescent nanomaterials such as quantum dots, metal halide perovskites and quantum-dot-luminescent glasses.
- Optical and photophysical properties of low-dimensional luminescent nanomaterials.
- Nanodevices applications in light-emitting diodes, lasers, solar cells and luminescent memristors.
We sincerely hope this Special Issue will help researchers worldwide to understand the latest progress in this research field and encourage even broader research in novel low-dimensional luminescent nanomaterials and nanodevices.
We are looking forward to receiving your contributions.
Dr. Shiliang Mei
Dr. Xiaoyan Liu
Dr. Bobo Yang
Manuscript Submission Information
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- luminescent nanomaterials
- quantum dots
- metal halide perovskites
- carbon dots
- quantum-dot-luminescent glass
- photophysical properties
- light-emitting diodes
- solar cells
- luminescent memristor