International Journal of Nanomanufacturing
| Editors in Chief: Prof. Fengzhou Fang, Prof. Jack Luo |
ISSN online: 1746-9406
ISSN print: 1746-9392
6 issues per year
The increasing drive towards miniaturisation has dictated that new micro- and nanomanufacturing technologies are developed in parallel with nanotechnology, molecular engineering and biotechnology in order to keep abreast of future technological developments. IJNM provides a principal forum for the interchange of information on the science, process technology and applications of micro- and nanomanufacturing processes.
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- Power boosting self-cleaning solar panels
There are two obvious problems with photovoltaic cells, solar panels. First, they are very shiny and so a lot of the incident sunlight is simply reflected back into the sky rather than being converted into electricity. Secondly, they get dirty with dust and debris caught on the wind and residues left behind by rain and [...]
- The promise of nanotechnology
If the promise of nanotechnology is to be fulfilled, then research programs must leapfrog to new nanomanufacturing processes. Thatís the conclusion of a review of the current state of nanoscience and nanotechnology to be published in the International Journal of Nanomanufacturing. Khershed Cooper of the Materials Science and Technology Division, at the Naval Research Laboratory, [...]
- 29 - 31 October 2014
- 11 - 13 March 2015
Busan, Republic of Korea