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Advanced Sensor and Energy Materials

  • Volume 1Issue 4

  • ISSN: 2773-045X

Editor-In-Chief: Xiurong Yang

Advanced Sensor and Energy Materials (ASEM, ISSN 2773-045X) is an international journal published by the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry (CIAC), Chinese Academy of Scienc… Read more

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Advanced Sensor and Energy Materials (ASEM, ISSN 2773-045X) is an international journal published by the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry (CIAC), Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The journal publishes the latest scientific developments in the field of sensor and energy material research and their corresponding applications. The journal targets a broad audience of researchers from chemistry, biology, materials science, physics, and engineering fields. The journal also aims to serve as a multidisciplinary forum for academic exchange for important national initiatives like carbon neutrality. A variety of sensors, materials, and technical tools are used to improve energy efficiency in energy generation, transmission, and use. The journal is dedicated to addressing energy challenges in different areas and reporting the impact of energy technology and regulations on society. In order to achieve carbon neutrality, investigation and analysis of the issues encountered by science, technology, economy, policy, and society is also welcomed to strengthen the significance and opportunities of new energy research. In the sensing field, the journal publishes the design of novel diagnostics and electronic equipment, such as sensors, DNA chips, electronic noses, labs on a chip, and µ-TAS, etc.

The scope of the journal encompasses, but is not restricted to, the following areas:

Energy materials, lighting components

Energy conversion processes (catalysis and photocatalysis)

Solar energy (hydrogen production, reduction of CO2 emission)

Inorganic, organic, and hybrid photovoltaics

Hydrogen production and storage, photosynthesis and biofuels

Fuel cells, supercapacitors

Series Tandem devices, piezoelectric and thermoelectric processes, wind energy, and nuclear energy

Biosensors, chemical sensors, gas sensors, intracellular sensors, single molecule sensors, cell chips, and microfluidic devices

The journal welcomes original research articles, review articles, short communications, data and interviews.