Special Issue "Semiconductor Materials and Nanostructures for Sensors and Devices"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (25 January 2022) | Viewed by 7997
Interests: III-V semiconductors and nanostructures; integration of dissimilar materials; metal-semiconductor interfaces; magnetic materials (magnetic semiconductors in particular); 2D materials epitaxial growth and properties; heterostructures that enable interface superconductivity
Interests: EELS; STEM; nitrides; nanostructures; magnetic materials
Interests: advanced materials and nanotechnology; thin-film technology; plasma physics; epitaxial growth; gravitational wave detection; low-mechanical-loss coatings; flexible/wearable electronics; energy-autonomous systems
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Semiconductors are ubiquitous across our lives. They constitute the basis of our current electronics and communications. Our increased ability to fabricate nanostructures has changed the field in recent years. Nanostructures enable access to new physical mechanisms facilitating the development of new functionalities. The aim of this Special Issue is to present the multidisciplinary efforts to integrate sensors that provide the information to keep enhancing our quality of life—for example, making our life safer and more secure, improving our healthcare, or providing new ways to obtain clean energy
Dr. Juan Pereiro Viterbo
Prof. Dr. Javier Grandal
Dr. Carlos Garcia Nunez
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- quantum dots
- compound semiconductors
- quantum wells