Call for Paper - SI on Nanomaterials Applications

Special Issue on Nanomaterials Applications

Aims and Scopes

Nanomaterials applications are at the forefront of scientific research, and this special issue aims to explore cutting-edge advancements and breakthroughs in this exciting field. With a focus on showcasing diverse applications, the issue will cover a wide range of industries where nanomaterials play a vital role. From electronics and energy storage to healthcare, environmental remediation, and catalysis, nanomaterials offer unique properties that make them indispensable in various domains.

The special issue also seeks to promote cross-disciplinary collaboration. Nanomaterials research often involves scientists from diverse fields such as chemistry, physics, materials science, biology, and engineering. By fostering collaboration and encouraging knowledge exchange, this issue hopes to drive innovation and inspire new ideas that can revolutionize different sectors.

Challenges in nanomaterials applications will also be addressed. These may include scalability issues, safety concerns, toxicity evaluations, and the environmental impact of nanomaterials. By identifying and discussing these challenges, researchers can propose potential solutions to make nanomaterials more viable and sustainable for real-world applications.

The importance of nanomaterials research remains of current interest due to its vast potential to impact society positively. The unique properties of nanomaterials offer exciting possibilities for enhancing existing technologies and creating new ones. From more efficient energy storage solutions to advanced medical treatments, nanomaterials hold the promise of transforming industries and improving lives.

One of the key aims of this special issue is to bridge the gap between academia and industry. By showcasing practical applications of nanomaterials that are closer to commercialization or large-scale implementation, the issue seeks to foster collaborations between academic researchers and industry stakeholders. This collaboration can accelerate the transition of nanomaterials from the laboratory to practical applications in the market, driving innovation and economic growth.

In conclusion, this special issue on nanomaterials applications aims to highlight the significance of ongoing research in this field and the potential it holds for addressing global challenges and creating cutting-edge technologies. By featuring the latest advancements and encouraging collaboration between different disciplines, the issue aims to further the understanding and application of nanomaterials to benefit society as a whole.

Lead Guest Editors

Haounati Redouane
Faculty of Science, Ibn Zohr University, Morocco
Research Areas:
Semiconductor Materials, Heterogeneous Catalysis, Carbon Materials, Clay Materials, Polymer Materials, Removal of Organic and Inorganic Pollutants by Physical-Chemical Methods

Ahmed Soussi
Faculty of Science, Ibn Zohr University, Morocco
Research Areas:
Materials Science, Thin Films, DFT, Catalysis and Adsorption, Advanced Oxidation Processes

Guest Editors

Brahim Bouargane
Faculty of Sciences, Ibn Zohr University, Morocco
Research Areas:
Waste Management, CO2, Sequestration, Mineral carbonation

Karim Tanji
Higher School of Technology Fez, Morocco
Research Areas:
Engineering Chemistry in Materials and Environment Process Engineering

Special Issue Information
This special issue welcomes original and review articles from theoretical and empirical frontiers. The expected submissions may cover (but are not limited to) the following research themes:
· Novel nanomaterial synthesis methods
· Functionalization techniques for nanomaterials
· Nanomaterials for energy storage and conversion
· Environmental remediation using nanomaterials
· Catalysis and nanomaterials
· Nanomaterials for water purification
· Nanomaterials in sensing and detection
· Safety and toxicity evaluations of nanomaterials
· Environmental impact of nanomaterials
· Scalability challenges in nanomaterials applications
· Cross-disciplinary collaborations in nanomaterials research
· Real-world impact and practical applications of nanomaterials
· Advancements in nanomaterials for industrial use
· Nanomaterials for sustainable technologies and green applications
· Nanomaterials in advanced manufacturing and nanotechnology

Manuscript Submission Information
Submission deadline: January 30, 2024
Submissions that pass pre-check will be reviewed by at least two reviewers of the specific field.
Free fast publication and early access will be provided to all accepted papers.

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