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Submission deadline: 31st May, 2024
Introduction to the Special Issue:
Halide perovskites family of materials has become a prospective platform for modern photonics and optoelectronics owing to their outstanding optical and electronic properties. Moreover, recent advances in low-dimensional or optically resonant nanostructures made of halide perovskites provide novel fundamental and technological breakthroughs in the fields of lasers, solar cells, detectors, sensors, memristors, light-emitting diodes, and nonlinear optics. Therefore, novel methods of perovskite nanomaterials and nanostructures creation by lithography, deposition methods, or chemical synthesis are highly demanded.
This Special Issue aims to overview all recent developments in the field of perovskite nanomaterials and nanostructures manufacturing for applications in photonics and optoelectronics. We invite researchers to submit their contributions that focus both on technological methods and new phenomena, as well as novel optoelectronic device architectures based on various perovskite nanostructures. Works on integration of halide perovskites with various functional nanostructures and nanomaterials are also in scope of the Special Issue. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
This issue is co-edited by
Prof. Sergey Makarov, Harbin Engineering University, China & ITMO University, Russia
Sergey Makarov is a Professor of Harbin Engineering University and ITMO University. He is a co-author of more than 300 publications and 20 patents. The topics of his research activity include nanophotonics, halide perovskites, laser-matter interaction, nanotechnology, and optoelectronics. He won “Research Excellence Award” from Elsevier, grant for International Excellent Young Scientists NSFC, Presidential Award, and many other awards.
Dr. Emmanuel Stratakis, Institute of Electronic structure and laser (IESL) of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas(FORTH), Greece
Emmanuel Stratakis is a Research Director at the Foundation of Research and Technology Hellas. He is a co-author of more than 270 publications and 8 patents. The topics of his research activity include Ultrashort pulsed laser-matter interaction, biomimetics. nanotechnology and nanophotonics. He is an expert in the High-Level Group of EU on Nanotechnologies, He is an OPTICA Fellow and Ambassador of the European Innovation Council. He is the founder and CEO of Biomimetic.
Prof. Nikolay V. Petrov, ITMO University, Russia
Nikolay V. Petrov received a master's degree from Saint-Petersburg State University in 2007 and got a Ph.D. degree in optics from the ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia. Since 2011, he has been a Senior Researcher and Associate Professor with the Department of Photonics and Optical Information Technology, ITMO University. Since 2016 he established a digital and display holography laboratory, and since 2017 he is a leading researcher. In 2019 he gained a doctorate (Dr. habil.) degree in optics. His research interests are currently focused on holography, femtosecond optics, and terahertz imaging. He has co-authored around 100 publications in the Scopus database. He is a member of OSA, SPIE and the Optical Society named after D.S. Rozhdestvensky. Dr. Petrov was the recipient of the Russian Federation Government Prize in Education in 2010 and is a winner of several prizes: St. Petersburg Youth Award in Education in 2012, Yu. I. Ostrovsky Prizes for the best scientific work in the field of optical holography and interferometry in 2012, and 2015, St. Petersburg Government Prize in the field of scientific and pedagogical activity in 2015 and Yu.N. Denisyuk medal in 2017. OSA Senior Member from 2019.