The IEEE Open Journal of Nanotechnology (OJ-NANO) is dedicated to publishing articles on timely topics in the field of nanotechnology by making them available immediately, freely, and permanently available to all. All articles published in OJ-NANO are exposed to 5 million unique monthly users of the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library. Also, OJ-NANO received its first Journal Impact of 1.7 and is now indexed in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE)TM by Clarivate Analytics as well as in Scopus®! This development indicates increased visibility and profile for both the journal and its published articles, demonstrating IEEE OJ-NANO is a reliable and high-quality source of information in the field of nanotechnology.
Among numerous articles published so far, we’ve selected a few review articles to highlight here and encourage you to learn more about IEEE OJ-NANO.
Guanzuan Lu, Jiaqi Wang, Zemiao Xie and John T.W. Yeow
This review article presents the current progress of THz microstrip antennas with different dimensional carbon materials, such as carbon nanotubes, graphene and carbon forms, laying a solid foundation for carbon-based THz microstrip antenna design.
Gabriele Boschetto, Stefania Carapezzi and Aida Todri-Sanial
This review article presents the promise of carbon nanotubes and graphene for electronics nanopackaging and outlines their key application areas including interconnects, thermal management and flexible devices.
Yangdong Wen, et al.
This article reviews recent developments in the use of femtosecond lasers for the fabrication of micro/nanostructures through ablation and two-photon polymerization.
Heeyuen Koh, et al.
This article reviews the basic design principles of structural DNA nanotechnology together with its computational analysis and design tools.
Highly Water-Repellent Nanostructure on Quartz Surface Based on Cassie-Baxter Model with Filling Factor
Daisuke Ohori, Sou Takeuchi, Masahiro Sota, Teruhisa Ishida, Yiming Li, Jenn-Hwan Tarng, Kazuhiko Endo and Seiji Samukawa
This article demonstrates a highly water-repellent quartz nanopillar structure with high durability, hydrophobicity and optical transparency using bio-template and neutral-beam etching.
Boliang Jia, Pan Li, Feifei Wang, Ho Yin Chan, Guanglie Zhang and Wen Jung Li
This article presents a flexible probe-lens assembly scheme that uses a barium titanate glass microsphere, as well as various scanning stages that can be used to freely investigate the sample surface and perform large-area super-resolution imaging.