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IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics invites manuscript submissions on nanowires. Nanowires are considered as building blocks for the next generation of electronics, photonics, energy, sensors and biomedical applications. One dimensional nanowire structures offer unique opportunities to control properties of semiconductors such as density of states, transport of electrons and photons. Another important feature of nanowires is to enable growth of heterostructures of materials with large lattice and thermal mismatch without creating dislocations. This provides an unprecedented flexibility to create a broad range of structures with a combination of materials for a variety of applications. Nanowires may lead to the integration of microelectronic devices on silicon with optoelectronic and photonic devices based on compound semiconductors.
Topics covered in the special issue include (and not limited to):
group IV, II-VI, III-V semiconductors, nitrides, oxides, chalcopyrites, chalcogenides and other optical materials
growth, synthesis, fabrication, patterning and assembly
control of size, geometry, shape, position, composition, doping, heterostructures (axial and radial)
optical, optoelectronic properties
theory, modeling and simulations
lasers, LEDs, detectors, solar cells, waveguides, optical sensors, optical switches, non-linear optical devices and others
photonics, plasmonics, energy applications
The Guest Editors for this issue are: Chennupati Jagadish, Australian National University - Canberra, Australia; Kimberly Dick-Thelander, Lund University - Lund, Sweden; Ray LaPierre, McMaster University ? Hamilton, Canada; Junichi Motohisa, Hokkaido University ? Sapporo, Japan.
The deadline for submission of manuscripts is July 1, 2010; electronic publication will appear as soon as the manuscripts are accepted; publication of the entire special issue is scheduled for print in July/August, 2011. **Please note: Accepted papers will be rapid posted online in IEEE Xplore ideally within six weeks after author has uploaded his/her final files online, if there should be no changes or correction to the final manuscript during the author’s proof stage.
Online Submission is Mandatory at: Please select the Journal of Selected Topics Of Quantum Electronics Journal from the drop down menu.
For inquiries please contact directly at:
Chin Tan-yan
IEEE/Photonics Society
Publications Coordinator
445 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08854 USA
Phone: 732-465-5813, Email:
For all papers published in JSTQE, there are voluntary page charges of $110.00 per page for each page up to eight pages. Invited papers can be twelve pages and Contributed papers should be 8 pages in length before overlength page charges of $220.00 per page are levied. The length of each paper is estimated when it is received. Authors of papers that appear to be overlength are notified and given the option to shorten the paper. Additional charges will apply if color figures are required.
The following supporting documents are required during manuscript submission:
1) .doc manuscript (double columned, 12 pages for an Invited Paper. Contributed paper should be double columned, 8 pages in length.) Bios of ALL authors are mandatory, photos are optional. You may find the Tools for Authors link useful: 2) Completed the IEEE Copyright Form. Copy and paste the link below: 3) Completed Color Agreement/decline form. (Please email to request this form) 4) .doc list of ALL Authors FULL Contact information as stated below: Last name (Family name): /First name: Suffix (Dr/Prof./Ms./Mr):/Affiliation:/Dept:/Address:/Telephone:/Fax:/Email:/Alternative Email:

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