Recent Advances in Semiconductor Thin Films
This Special Issue of International Journal of Thin Film Science and Technology on “Recent Advances in Semiconductor Thin Films” highlighted the research in the semiconducting materials for different applications such as electronic/optoelectronic/magnetic devices.
Semiconducting thin films including binary, ternary, quaternary and pen ternary compounds indicated a vast variety of physical, electrical and optical properties. The objective of this Special Issue is to report the experimental and theoretical developments of the thin films, from researchers around the world.
In particular, the topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Semiconductor thin films for electronic devices
Semiconductor thin films for energy devices
Thin films for gas sensors
Semiconductor thin films for power devices
Thin film based super capacitors
Magnetoresistive semiconductor thin films
Optical/photonic semiconductor thin films
Thermomagnetic semiconductor thin films
Growth and fabrication deposition techniques
Physics, properties, characteristics, and reliability
Please read the author guideline as written in journal home page.
Chief guest editor Prof Dr HO SOON MIN
INTI International University, Putra Nilai, 71800, Sembilan, MALAYSIA
DR Dany Lastchild
Politeknik Medica Farma, Husada Mataram, Mataram, NTB, 83116, Indonesia
DR Duke Oeba
Department of Physics, CSET, University of South Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa
Dr Amroun Mohamed Nadhir
Materials Development and Characterization laboratory, Electronics department, University of Sidi Bel Abbes. Algeria
Dr P. Immanuel Paulraj
Department of Physics, Novel Materials and Thermoelectrics Laboratory, National Changhua University
of Education, Changhua, Taiwan.