Special Issue "New Opto-Electronic Nano-Biocomposites: Synthesis and Applications"

A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 February 2021.

Special Issue Editor

Prof. Emeritus Dr. Minjoong Yoon

Guest Editor
Molecular/Nano Photochemistry & Photonics Lab, Department of Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Daejeon 34134, Korea
Interests: Molecular/Nano photochemistry and photophysics; Ultrafast laser spectroscopy of the excited-state dynamics (fluorescence, Raman and IR); Single molecule/nanoparticle Spectroscopy; Photoelectrochemistry; Electron/energy transfer; Opto-electronic nanomaterials; Biosensors/bioimaging; Photocatalysis; Nano-bio photonics; Phototherapy/photothragnosis

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In the past decade, nano-biotechnology has received extensive attention from researchers of biological and medical sciences, and considerable progress has been made, in particular, encompassing many cutting-edge research areas of nanophotonics and nano-optoelectronics with the development of opto-electronic nano-biocomposites. The opto-electronic nano-biocomposites are materials that incorporate different metals, metal oxides, or semiconductor-based nanoparticles into biocompatible organic or biomolecules, and they show a drastic improvement in optical properties and electrical or thermal conductivity so that they play important roles in nanoscale biomedical analysis and treatments of biomolecules and living cells. Thus, it would be very worthwhile to shed new light on the recent advances in the nano-biomaterials science and technology in our Special Issue entitled “New Opto-Electronic Nano-Biocomposites: Synthesis and Applications” of Nanomaterials. This Special Issue covers a wide range of following topics, including but not limited to 1) fabrication of opto-electronic nano-biocomposites; 2) their biomedical applications, including the development of diagnostic methods through in vitro and in vivo real-time sensing of biomolecules; 3) imaging and detection of single cells and biomolecules; 4) photo- and thermal-based cancer therapy/theragnosis; 5) nano-transportation systems of medicine. We welcome the many researchers in these interdisciplinary research fields to contribute original full articles, communications, or comprehensive review articles covering their latest works.

Prof. Emeritus Dr.  Minjoong Yoon
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • nano-biocomposites
  • design/synthesis
  • opto-electronic properties
  • nano-biotechnology
  • biomedical applications
  • nanoscale biomedical analysis
  • single-cell imaging
  • biosensor
  • clinical diagnosis
  • cancer therapy/theragnosis
  • phototherapy
  • photonic nanoscopy (SPM, AFM)
  • single nano-biomolecule detection
  • transport of medicine

Published Papers

This special issue is now open for submission.
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