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JVST B Special Topic Collection on Vacuum Nanoelectronics
*** DEADLINE EXTENSION to NOVEMBER 18th 2021 ***
Dear IVNC Community,
In conjunction with the 34th International Vacuum Nanoelectronics Conference (IVNC 2021), the Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B (JVST B) is planning a Special Topic Collection on Vacuum Nanoelectronics. The deadline has been extended. We encourage you to consider publishing an article for inclusion in the Special Collection. Naturally, the manuscripts will be peer reviewed and held up to the publication standards of JVST B.
This collection is devoted to the nanoscience and technology of vacuum electron sources and their applications. Topics covered include but are not limited to the understanding of the physics, chemistry, electron emission and beam properties of novel nano-emitters based on various electron emission mechanisms, as well as the materials, growth, and fabrication technologies of sources and vacuum electronic devices. The collection will contain material from papers presented at IVNC 2021 as well as research articles that are on these topics but were not presented at the conference.
The deadline for manuscript submission is EXTENDED to November 18, 2021. Using this link to the JVST website, you will find information for contributing authors, article templates, and other useful information. The submission site is currently open for submissions, and you can indicate that your manuscript is part of the Collection by selecting the Special Topic or Conference Collection on “Vacuum Nanoelectronics” during submission. For manuscript submission, go to: http://jvstb.peerx-press.org. Upon acceptance, articles will be published online into the currently open issue of JVST B but also be hosted as a group within this Special Collection.
Again, we encourage you to contribute to this Special Topic Collection on Vacuum Nanoelectronics. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Special Topic Collection Guest Editors
Kevin Jensen, Naval Research Laboratory
Stephen T. Purcell, Université Claude Bernard Lyon1
Jean-Paul Mazzelier, Thales Research and Technology