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Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics
ISSN: 1555-130X (Print): EISSN: 1555-1318 (Online)
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A Special Issue on, “Advanced Energy Nanomaterials and based Devices”

Advanced Energy are dedicated to exploring various aspects of energy-related research which centralized in nanomaterials, nanoscience and nanotechnology including but not limited to energy consumption, storage, conservation, conversion and clean energy etc. Many kinds low-dimensional nanomaterials with high specific surface area have been developed to achieve energy harvesting, conversion, and storage; and some of them were used for fabricating high performance devices, etc. It would be very meaningful to collect the relevant research in one issue. This special issue aims to focus on the developing, synthesis, modification and theoretical study of Advanced Energy Nanomaterials and based Devices.

We invite submission of Review Articles, Original Research Articles and Communications/Letters which covers (but not limited to) the following topics:
  • Newly developed nanomaterials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage.
  • Novel synthetic methods or modification ways for excellent nanomaterials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage.
  • Important theoretical study of nanomaterials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage.
  • Novel techniques for analyzing or probing the performance of nanomaterials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage.
Guest Editors
Prof. Liang Chu
Electronics and Information College,
Hangzhou Dianzi University, Hangzhou 310018, P.R. China
E-mail: chuliang1012@126.com

About Guest Editor
Prof. Liang Chu received his PhD degree on condensed matter physics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2014. Now he is a full professor at Hangzhou Dianzi University. His current research interest focuses on nanoelectronics and advanced optoelectronics, mainly on perovskite solar cells, optoelectronic memristors and various other electronic devices and systems. Prof. Liang published several high-quality research and review articles in world class journals.

Manuscript Submission Information
Manuscripts must be prepared according to Journal’s guidelines, available at: http://aspbs.com/jno/JNO%20Template%20(Harvard%20Reference%20Style%20-%20High%20Quality%20of%20Figures)r2.pdf All papers submitted to this issue will be subject to a strict peer review process to ensure high quality articles. Please make sure in the cover letter that the submitted paper has not been published previously and is not currently submitted for review to any other journal and will not be submitted elsewhere before a decision is made by this journal. A manuscript processing fees of US$ 780 per article will be applied to all accepted articles. Manuscript can be submitted directly to the guest editor by email or through the following link: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jno-aspbs

KEY TIMETABLE DATES
Manuscript due:
June 25, 2022
Authors’ notification:
August 05, 2022
Publication date:
August/September. 2022



A Special Issue on, “Recent Trends and Emerging Technologies for Nanophotonic Communication Systems”

In recent years, there has been lots of research undergoing nanophotonics in optical physics and communication engineering. This indicates the rising popularity of telecommunication research using nanotechnology. In general, nanophotonics deals with the study of the behaviour of light at a nanometer scale and also the interaction of the nanometer-scale objects with light. Nanophotonic communication deals with the interaction of light with nanostructures of intermediate size between molecular and microscopic structures. Due to the smaller size of the structure, the properties such as optical, mechanical, structural, and thermal are greatly interdependent on each other. This paves the way for many greater developments, including optical parametric oscillator (OPO) technology. Also, many researchers strongly believe that this technology will undergo a massive transformation in the next few years, and it will create a breakthrough advancement across the information and communication sector. In future applications, these technologies will integrate on a chip to augment them and enable the communication networks to interact with the other signals, which includes the signal processing equipment, computers, and communication systems.

Even Though nanophotonics possesses several applications to the communication systems, some nanophotonics areas have acquired more attention than others. Many researchers strongly believe that the concept of photonics and nanotechnology will strongly converge to provide innovations in communication. Among that, plasmonics and quantum optics are the two emerging areas that have acquired an increased interest in recent times. Further, the techniques such as molecular factory processes and nanofabrication assists in the development of products and materials at the nanoscale. One such example is the quantum dot. This will result in a high-clarity display and very pure colours, possibly bringing in drastic advancements to quantum optics and quantum information processing and communication. Also, there is no doubt that more advanced research in this stream will essentially put the entire optical communication network in a considerably smaller chip. Further bringing in the emerging technologies for nanophotonic communication will assist in better information processing with several devices.

This special issue entitled “Recent Trends and Emerging Technologies for Nanophotonic Communication” offers a platform for researchers and practitioners to present novel and innovative contributions relating to nanophotonic communication systems for emerging telecommunication networks. Research works focusing on novel and cutting-edge technologies for nanophotonic communications are most invited.

List of Topics (include, but not limited to the following):

  • Future directions and promising research on nanophotonic communication systems.
  • Emerging technologies for advancing nanophotonic communications.
  • New perspectives and trends in technology for nanophotonics.
  • Quantum-inspired nanophotonic optical communications for future era.
  • Nanofabrication for optical communication.
  • Novel techniques for enhancing the nanophotonic communication.
  • Advances in nanophotonics and optical nanomaterials.
  • Trends in nano optical wireless communication systems.
  • Advances in photonic integrated circuits for wireless communication.
  • Trends in fiber-optic sensors for nanophotonic communication.
Guest Editor Details
Dr. Ahmed A. Abd El-Latif
Associate Professor,
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Menoufia University,
Shebin El-Koom, Egypt.
Official Email ID: alatif@science.menofia.edu.eg
Google Scholar Link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=BrYgReMAAAAJ

Dr. Edmond Shu-lim Ho
Senior Lecturer,
Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Northumbria University,
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.
Official Email ID: e.ho@northumbria.ac.uk
Google Scholar Link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=Py1-xgMAAAAJ

Dr. Jialiang Peng
Associate Professor,
School of Data Science and Technology, Heilongjiang University, Harbin, China.
Official Email ID: jialiangpeng@hlju.edu.cn
Google Scholar Link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=ktLmSB0AAAAJ

Manuscript Submission Information
Manuscripts must be prepared according to Journal’s guidelines, available at: http://aspbs.com/jno/JNO%20Template%20(Harvard%20Reference%20Style%20-%20High%20Quality%20of%20Figures)r2.pdf All papers submitted to this issue will be subject to a strict peer review process to ensure high quality articles. Please make sure in the cover letter that the submitted paper has not been published previously and is not currently submitted for review to any other journal and will not be submitted elsewhere before a decision is made by this journal. A manuscript processing fees of US$ 780 per article will be applied to all accepted articles. Manuscript can be submitted directly to the guest editor by email or through the following link: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jno-aspbs

KEY TIMETABLE DATES
Manuscript due: May 01, 2022
Authors’ notification: June 01, 2022
Publication date: July/August. 2022




A Special Issue on, “Hybrid Nanomaterials for Advanced Applications”

Recently, nanomaterials receive great interest from scientist due to their diverse features in catalysis applications. Different synthesis schemes have been adopted to synthesis such sort of hybrid materials such as Co-Precipitation, Sol gel, hydrothermal etc. Hybrid nanomaterials adopted different shapes such as nanocages, nanofibers, nanoflakes, nanoflowers, nanotubes etc. which made them more promising towards heterogenous catalysis. Such sort of hybrid materials has been widely used as catalysis in biomedical (Drug delivery, Gene Delivery, Tissue engineering, wound Dressing), Energy (Supercapacitors, Single atom catalysis, fuel cell, DSC), as well as environmental remediation (Dye degradation, wastewater treatment, water splitting, HER, ORR, Electrochemical sensor).

We invite submission of Review Articles, Original Research Articles and Communications/Letters which covers (but not limited to) the following topics:
  • Nanomaterials for heterogenous catalysis.
  • Nanomaterials for wastewater treatment.
  • Photocatalysis.
  • Water splitting.
  • Energy applications.
  • HER, ORR.
  • Electrochemical sensor.
    And so on….
Guest Editors
Dr. Awais Ahmad
Departamento de Quimica Organica,
Universidad de Cordoba, Edificio Marie Curie (C-3),
Ctra Nnal IV-A, Km 396, E14014 Cordoba, Spain
E-mail: awaisahmed@gcuf.edu.pk

Dr. Alagar Karthick
Associate Professor
Renewable energy lab
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, 641 407,TamilNadu, India
Email: karthick.power@gmail.com

KEY TIMETABLE DATES
Manuscript due: April 25, 2022
Authors’ notification: June 05, 2022
Publication date: June/July, 2022


A Special Issue on “Millimeter Wave Signal Photonic Generation and Optical Signal Processing”

With the rapid development of Internet, cloud computing and virtual reality, the demand for data traffic shows a sharp growth trend. Large capacity, high transmission rate optical fiber communication system and flexible access wireless communication have become the mainstream of development. Millimeter wave over fiber has been considered a promising technique to wireless access networks since it can meet the requirement of high signal bandwidth and overcome the spectral congestion at low frequency. Millimeter wave signal photonic generation can effectively overcome the limitation of traditional electronic bottleneck.

In addition, to improve the channel capacity and transmission rate, high-order modulation format, probability shaping technology, machine learning, neural network, partial division multiplexing technology, coherent detection technology and powerful digital signal processing technology are widely used in optical fiber communication system, which greatly promotes the development of high-speed optical fiber communication system. This special issue aims to focus on the theoretical study of Millimeter Wave Signal Photonic Generation, Signal Processing in Optical Fiber Communication System.

We invite submission of Review Articles, Original Research Articles and Communications/Letters which covers (but not limited to) the following topics:
  • Newly photonic or optical scheme for millimeter wave signal or vector millimeter wave signal generation.
  • Novel signal coding, the algorithm of linear and nonlinear damage compensation, artificial intelligence algorithm for millimeter wave over fiber system.
  • Newly signal processing algorithm is proposed to compensate the damage of optical fiber communication system.
  • Novel Research on optical logic gate based on external modulator and optical communication security at physical layer.
  • Probability shaping, new modulation format, artificial intelligence for optical fiber communication system.
Manuscript Submission
Manuscripts must be prepared according to Journal’s guidelines, available at: http://aspbs.com/jno/JNO%20Template%20(Harvard%20Reference%20Style%20-%20High%20Quality%20of%20Figures)r2.pdf All papers submitted to this issue will be subject to a strict peer review process to ensure high quality articles. Please make sure in the cover letter that the submitted paper has not been published previously and is not currently submitted for review to any other journal and will not be submitted elsewhere before a decision is made by this journal. A manuscript processing fees of US$ 780 per article will be applied to all accepted articles. Manuscript can be submitted directly to the guest editor by email or through the following link: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jno-aspbs

KEY TIMETABLE DATES
Manuscript due: July 19, 2022
Authors’ notification: August 16, 2022
Publication date: September/October. 2022

Guest Editor
Dr. Wang Dong-Fei
School of Information Engineering,
Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication, Beijing, 102600 P.R. China
E-mail: wdfchina@126.com


A Special Issue on “Advanced Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion”

Supercapacitors, batteries and fuel cells are widely used in electrical vehicles and portable devices. Various materials, such as biomass carbon, graphene, transition metal derivatives have been explored for high performance energy storage and conversion applications. Materials structure design and energy storage system choice are key factors for these devices, for example, titanium and niobium-based oxides for high-rate Li-ion battery, nickel-rich or manganese-rich ternary system, three-dimensional porous electrode structure for metal-air battery, metal-ion intercalation hybrid capacitor, quinone-based organic active materials for flow battery etc. In addition, in-situ characterization techniques and theoretical modeling also provide new insights into the electrochemical energy storage mechanisms, which has clarified the basic principles of energy conversion processes. This special issue aims to focus on the developing, synthesis, modification and theoretical study of Advanced Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion.

We invite submission of Review Articles, Original Research Articles and Communications/Letters which covers (but not limited to) the following topics:
  • Newly synthetic methods or modification ways developed advanced nanomaterials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage.
  • Important theoretical study of advanced nanomaterials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage.
  • Novel techniques for analyzing or probing the performance of advanced nanomaterials for energy harvesting, conversion, and storage.
  • Novel nanomaterials for other advanced technology and application.
Manuscript Submission
Manuscripts must be prepared according to Journal’s guidelines, available at: http://aspbs.com/jno/JNO%20Template%20(Harvard%20Reference%20Style%20-%20High%20Quality%20of%20Figures)r2.pdf All papers submitted to this issue will be subject to a strict peer review process to ensure high quality articles. Please make sure in the cover letter that the submitted paper has not been published previously and is not currently submitted for review to any other journal and will not be submitted elsewhere before a decision is made by this journal. A manuscript processing fees of US$ 780 per article will be applied to all accepted articles. Manuscript can be submitted directly to the guest editor by email or through the following link: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jno-aspbs

KEY TIMETABLE DATES
Manuscript due: October 25, 2022
Authors’ notification: November 05, 2022
Publication date: December. 2022

Guest Editor
Associate Prof. Wenyao Li
School of Materials Engineering,
Shanghai University of Engineering Science, Shanghai 201620, P.R. China
E-mail: liwenyao@sues.edu.cn


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