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.
Qianqian Wang and Li Zhang
In this review article, the recent progress and challenges on the imaging and tracking of micro/nanorobots using medical ultrasound imaging technologies are presented along with future opportunities in the real-time navigation of micro/nanorobots in vivo and their collectives.
This review article provides a glimpse of the exciting world of “straintronics” that deals with switching nanomagnets with electrically generated mechanical strain and its myriad applications in computing, signal processing and signal generation.
Hou Chaojian, Li Bo, Li Qingwei, Yang Lijun, Wang Yang, Yang Zhan and Dong Lixin
In this article, a novel integrated strategy by embedding metallic plasmonic pentamers optical nano-antenna array (ONAA) onto overlap region of black phosphorus MoS2 p-n heterojunction is firstly exploited under both a near-infrared laser (λ = 830 nm) and standardized AM1.5G solar irradiation, demonstrating its potential for high-performance sensing and energy harvesting functional units in future wireless power supply micro/nano-systems.
Baocheng Wang, Weilian Wei, Junhuan Chen, Zhihao Yuan, Yapeng Shi, Zhiyi Wu and Zhong Lin Wang
This article presents a miniaturized acceleration sensor (MAS) with rationally patterned electrodes, based on the single electrode triboelectric mechanism, featuring small size, high accuracy, large detection scale, and environmental friendliness.