Special Issue "Superconductivity in Nanoscaled Systems"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (19 March 2021).
2. NANOTECH Centre, Ural Federal University, 19 Mira St., 620002 Ekaterinburg, Russia
Interests: fundamentals of conventional and unconventional superconductivity; hydrogen-rich superconductors; 2D intrinsic and proximity-induced superconductivity; nanoscaled ferroelectric materials; shock-wave phsyics and applications; practical iron-based and cuprate superconductors
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Within the last five years, experimental discoveries of intrinsic superconductivity in high-entropy alloys, highly-compressed hydrides, quasicrystals, approximant crystals, few layer stanene, and magic-angle twisted Dirac-cone materials have heralded a new era in this nearly 110-year-old field of science and technology. All these discoveries are associated with newly created/developed nanomaterials. This Special Issue aims to cover the latest aspects of these discoveries encompassing their fundamental understanding, basic properties, synthesis and fabrication routes, device methods, first-principles calculations, and other related topics. The format of welcomed articles includes full papers, communications, and reviews. Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- First-principles exploration of hydrogen-rich superconductors;
- Experimental discoveries in highly-compressed hydrides;
- Superconductivity in magic-angles twisted 2D nanosheets;
- Experimental and theoretical studies of high-entropy alloys superconductors;
- Theory and experiment in superconducting quasicrystals and approximant crystals;
- Enhanced superconductivity in 2D and 1D limits;
- Hybrids nanoscaled ferroelectric/superconducting nanoscaled systems.
Accepted papers are published in the joint Special Issue in Nanomaterials or Nanomanufacturing (https://0-www-mdpi-com.brum.beds.ac.uk/journal/nanomanufacturing/special_issues/superconductivity_nano).
Dr. Evgueni F. Talantsev
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- Magic-angle twisted 2D nanosheets
- Hydrogen-rich superconductors
- High-entropy alloys
- Superconductivity in quasicrystals and approximant crystals
- Enhanced superconductivity in 2D and 1D limits
- Proximity-induced superconductivity in nanoscaled systems