12th International Conference on the Molecular Electronics
Nanoscale Research Letters welcomes submissions to an article collection relating to the 12th Internatioanl Conference on the Nanomolecular Electronics (ICNME-2016).
ICNME-2016 will make its utmost effort to bring together scientists and engineers from industry and academia around the world to discuss cutting edge issues and the most recent developments in the areas of organic materials electronics and related research fields. The research field covered in this conference encompasses from organic materials, device physics, and soft material physics to the novel characterization methodologies, fabrication technology, and bio-materials for electronics/optoelectronics. The main focus of this conference will be recent advances and futuristic prospects of Nano-molecular Electronics.
Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- Fundamentals of organic molecular devices: Characterization and device physics
- Energy harvesting materials and devices
- Molecular photonics and nanophotonics
- Organic semiconductor devices and applications
- Soft material physics and applications in electronics
- Bioelectronics and nanointerface fabrication
Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2017
Submissions are limited to ICNME-2016 participants only.
Lead Guest Editor: Shyam S. Pandey, Kyushu Institute of Technology
Guest Editor: Takaaki Manaka, Advanced ICT Research Institute
Guest Editor: Toshiki Yamada, Advanced ICT Research Institute
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