Physics Tomorrow Applied Nanoelectronics Letters (AnEL) An SCOPUS-indexed monthly thrice peer-reviewed journal.

 

Physics Tomorrow Applied Nanoelectronics Letters AnEL is an international thrice reviewed journal which publishes the novel research and review articles on every dimension of the electronics. The current impact factor is updating as this is newly launched journal.

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AnEL is an open access international journal which covers the recent trends of theoretical and experimental works on macro, micro and nanoelectronics. This aims to provide a great opportunity to the leading researchers worldwidely for publishing their valuable works at no or minimum honorarium.

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AneL contains a collection of papers in the subfields of scanning probe microscopy, nanofabrication, functional nanoparticles and nanomaterials, molecular engineering, nano device fabrication and bionanotechnology. Written by experts in their respective fields, it is intended for a general scientific readership who may be non-specialists in these subjects, but who want a reasonably comprehensive introduction to them. This volume is also suitable as resource material for a senior undergraduate or introductory graduate course in nanoscience and nanotechnology.

Contents:

  • Scanning Probe Techniques:

    • Scanning Probe Microscopy Based Nanoscale Patterning and Fabrication

    • Nanoscale Characterization by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

  • Nanofabrication:

    • EUV Lithography for Semiconductor Manufacturing and Nanofabrication

    • Synchrotron-Radiation-Supported High-Aspect-Ratio Nanofabrication

  • Functional Nanomaterials:

    • Chemical Interactions at Noble Metal Nanoparticle Surfaces — Catalysis, Sensors and Devices

    • Diamond-Like Carbon: A New Material Base for Nanoarchitectures

    • Hotplate Technique for Nanomaterials

  • Molecular Engineering:

    • π-d Interaction Based Molecular Conducting Magnets: How to Increase the Effects of the π-d Interaction

    • Recent Developments on Porphyrin Assemblies

  • Bionanotechnology and Nanomedicine:

    • Nanostructures from Designer Peptides

    • Nanotechnology and Human Diseases

    • Nanomedicine: Nanoparticles of Biodegradable Polymers for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment