New horizons in materials for energy conversion, optics and electronics
Guest edited by Jinlan Wang, Yuanjian Zhang, Seeram Ramakrishna and Guihua Yu
We are delighted to introduce a new online collection published in Nanoscale Horizons and Materials Horizons in conjunction with the Emerging Investigator Forum celebrating the 120th anniversary of Southeast University, China. The first articles are now online, with many more to come!
Read the collection so far
Energy materials, particularly those with nanoscale features, present unique physicochemical properties that make them perfect to be explored in diverse manners, paving the way towards renewable energy systems via continuous breakthroughs. Meanwhile, theoretical calculations, such as machine learning methods, have been widely applied to solve complex problems.
Guest edited by Professor Jinlan Wang (Southeast University, China), Professor Yuanjian Zhang (Southeast University, China), Professor Seeram Ramakrishna (National University of Singapore, Singapore) and Professor Guihua Yu (The University of Texas at Austin, USA) , this collection focuses on energy conversion, optics, and electronics applications of (nano)materials and provides an overview of the most frequently used experimental approaches and theoretical methods for energy conversion and storage, intending to connect different communities and identify common challenges in the field.
We hope you enjoy reading this collection so far and look forward to sharing more articles with you soon.