Sensors are becoming increasingly important in areas ranging from the home, industry and medical applications. To further enhance and control sensor properties, the exploration of materials technology continues. Research into this topic requires an interdisciplinary approach that combines electronic materials, nanotechnology, fabrication techniques, modeling and simulations, and device engineering. Evidently, there is a possibility to realize new sensors with advanced or improved properties such as sensitivity, selectivity and lower cost with increased stability and reliability.
This special issue aims to strengthen this interdisciplinary approach by combining original contributions related to both basic and advanced research on electronic materials for the development of state-of-the-art sensors for environment, health and security.
Topics covered but not limited to:
- Micro-nano sensor fabrication
- Chemiresistive Sensors
- Electrochemical Sensors
- Optical Fiber Sensors
- Colorimetric Sensors
- Smart Sensors
- Smart Materials for Sensors: TMD, MXene, Graphene, CNTs
- MEMs Sensors
- Wearable or Flexible Sensor
- Microfluidic Sensing
- E-nose and E-tongue
- Submission deadline: 30 November 2023
- Please read the Guide for Authorsbefore submitting. All articles should be submitted online; please select Environment, Health and Security at submission.