Dynamics and Applications of Photon-Nanostructured Systems
Sarantopoulou, Evangelia (editor)
Nanotechnologies leverage different hierarchical levels of novel technological applications by introducing molecular functionalities into the macroworld. A novel set of applications emerges by integrating photons and quantum information with the nanoworld. The current Special Issue “Dynamics and Applications of Photon Nanostructured Systems” is shaped by innovative ideas with strong, interdisciplinary, fundamental, theoretical, and applied characteristics, and the content covers a wide range of thematic areas in physics, chemistry and engineering. The book comprises twelve original studies and three review articles addressing novel nanodevices, functionalities, nanothermodynamics, chaos, non-linear dynamics, nanoresonators and applications based on photonic nanostructured devices and photon–nanomaterial interactions.
Keywordsnanomechanical resonator; superconducting resonator; wave function; unitary transformation; Hamiltonian; probability density; adiabatic condition; quantum solution; nanohole; microsphere; subwavelength-scale light focusing; high-responsivity; ultraviolet photodetectors; nano-scale fin isolation; wide-band gap semiconductors; ZnO nanorods; two-dimensional electron gas; visible-blind; whispering-gallery-mode (WGM); sensor; water-immersion-objective (WIO); microdisk; laser; inorganic boron-based nanostructures; boron monoelement nanowire and nanotube; borophene; rare-earth boride (REB6); optoelectronic properties; guided mode resonance; figure of merit; biosensor; detection limits; transition metal; surface plasmon; nanoparticle; nanophotonics; hydrogen storage; sensing; nuclear fusion; energy device; microdisk laser; spectral modulation; optofluidic; coupled microdisk; nanostructures; optical pillar gratings; photonic crystals; two-photon lithography; direct laser writing; laser induced subwavelength ripples; surface plasmon polaritons; coulomb explosion; stainless steel; photonic nanoscience; nanotechnology; porous Si-SiO2; UV filters; responsivity; photodetectors; interface/interface engineering; charge carriers; nanowire; nanolaser; metal grating; nanocavities; non-thermal equilibrium; water; entropy; nanothermodynamics; nanoindentation; AFM; electric dipole interactions; VUV irradiation; random walk; EUV lithography; chemically amplified resists; inorganic resists; main chain scission resists; electron-induced chemistry; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
Technology: general issues