JMM Special Issue:
Nanofabrication: Principles, Techniques, and Devices
Prof Junjie Li, IOPCAS
Prof Zhihong Li, Peking University
Nanofabrication is an extensive concept that includes the fabrication principles and techniques of devices with dimensions measured in nanometers. This JMM Special Issue consolidates and presents leading-edge research, showcasing the unique features of new nanofabrication approaches through the development of microengineering, micromechanics and microfabrication, scaling down to nanometer range.
This special issue is focused on the following aspects, but not limited t
Top-down fabrication approaches with feature size no larger than 100nm
Hybrid fabrication approaches combining top-down and bottom-up methodology
Bottom-up fabrication approaches having potential of mass reproducibility
Devices or systems fabricated with the above approaches
Calculations and theoretical work are welcome if experimental validation is shown.
How to submit
Either go to mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jmm-iop or click on 'Submit an article' on the right hand side of this page, and select 'Special Issue Article' as the article type, then 'Nanofabrication: Principles, Techniques, and Devices'.
Important dates and deadlines
Submission deadline 31 August 2017.
Bethan Davies, Editor
Tel: +44 (0)117 930 1083