Call for Papers: Submission of original research work for "International Journal of Applications in Nanoscience (IJAN)"

The aim of the International Journal of Applied Nanotechnology (IJAN) is to bring together the International community (researchers and engineers from academia and industry) of nanoscale science and technology to discuss new and exciting advances. The IJAN intends to provide a reference source of comprehensive fundamental and applied knowledge and technology in the area of nanoscience for researchers and engineers as well as for students, and teachers. This inter-disciplinary, internationally-reviewed research journal covers extended aspects of nano- scale science and technology. Articles in any contemporary topical areas are sought, from basic science of nanoscale physics and chemistry to applications in nanodevices, quantum engineering and quantum computing. It offers a multidisciplinary source of information in all subjects related to nanoscience, with fundamental, technological, as well as societal and educational perspectives.
Scope of IJAN

IJAN will cover nanostructure, synthesis, characterization, device design, modeling, fabrication, testing and applications.
This inter-disciplinary, internationally-reviewed research journal covers extended aspects of nanoscale science and technology. Articles in any contemporary topical areas are sought, from basic science of nanoscale physics and chemistry to applications in nanodevices, quantum engineering and quantum computing. IJAN will include articles in the following research areas (areas of interest are included, but not limited to):
A. Nanomaterials including Nanocrystals, Nanotubes (carbon and inorganic), Nanowires
B. Bio-Nanotechnology, Nano-Medicine and Nanobionics
C. Nanoelectronics, Spintronics, Nano-Magnetics, Quantum computing
D. Molecular and Organic Electronics, Organic Displays
E. Nano-Optics, Nano-Optoelectronics, Nano-Photonics
F. Nano-membranes, Nano-porous and Electrochemical Materials
G. Nano-fabrication, Nano-lithography, Nano-manipulation
H. Nanoscale Characterisation, Nano-imaging
I. Computational Nanotechnology (Modelling and Simulation of Nanostructures)
J. Nano-MEMS, Nano-Fluidics, Nano-Actuators, Nano-Sensors, Nano-Robotics, NanoSystems
K. Nano-Manufacturing, Reliability, Standards, Safety and Ethical issues
L. Education, Training and Skills in Nanotechnology
M. Other subjects related to Nanoscience not listed above

The Editorial Board consists of a team of international experts who provide expertise and conduct the peer-review process for the different topical areas covered by the Journal.
Please send your submissions at editorinchief2009@gmail.com

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Comment by Sundararajan.T on January 3, 2011 at 1:12pm
Nice to hear this sir!..Soon we will be sending an article..

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Comment by Dr. Murugesan Subbiah on April 30, 2009 at 6:48pm
Hi definitely our team will support for ur fourth coming nanotechnogy journal. All the best

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Comment by N.J.Suthan Kissinger on April 9, 2009 at 8:16am
halllo Dr.Jadoun,
I am working as a post doc in south korea in the GaN nano wires filed from kanyakumari, india. happy to hear about your journal launching progress. God willl give you alll posibilities to do the best.thanks & regards.Could you please give your journal web site professor.thanks
kissinger

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