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Advanced Nanoprocessing and Applications in Sensorics

by Science and Technology of Advanced Materials

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Guest Editors: Maria Bardosova and Hiroshi Fudouzi

Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (STAM) is pleased to present this 2017 focus issue on: Advanced Nanoprocessing and Applications in Sensorics.

We hope you will enjoy reading all the articles published in this issue.

Article Title Author
Focus on advanced nanoprocessing and applications in sensorics Maria Bardosova & Hiroshi Fudouzi
Bloch surface wave structures for high sensitivity detection and compact waveguiding Muhammad Umar Khan & Brian Corbett
Nanoporous carbon materials with enhanced supercapacitance performance and non-aromatic chemical sensing with C1/C2 alcohol discrimination Lok Kumar Shrestha, Laxmi Adhikari, Rekha Goswami Shrestha, Mandira Pradhananga Adhikari, Rina Adhikari, Jonathan P. Hill, Raja Ram Pradhananga & Katsuhiko Ariga
2D and 3D photonic crystal materials for photocatalysis and electrochemical energy storage and conversion Gillian Collins, Eileen Armstrong, David McNulty, Sally O'Hanlon, Hugh Geaney & Colm O’Dwyer
Carbon nanotube based transparent conductive films: progress, challenges, and perspectives Ying Zhou & Reiko Azumi
Plasmonic detection of mercury via amalgam formation on surface-immobilized single Au nanorods Carola Schopf, Alfonso Martín & Daniela Iacopino
Three-input gate logic circuits on chemically assembled single-electron transistors with organic and inorganic hybrid passivation layers Yutaka Majima, Guillaume Hackenberger, Yasuo Azuma, Shinya Kano, Kosuke Matsuzaki, Tomofumi Susaki, Masanori Sakamoto & Toshiharu Teranishi
Synthesis and characterization of cross-linked chitosan composites functionalised with silver and gold nanoparticles for antimicrobial applications Catherine Ryan, Emma Alcock, Finbarr Buttimer, Michael Schmidt, David Clarke, Martyn Pemble and Maria Bardosova