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1D Semiconducting Hybrid Nanostructures

Synthesis and Applications in Gas Sensing and Optoelectronics

Kumar, Arvind / Aswal, Dinesh K. / Joshi, Nirav (Editor)

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1. Edition January 2023
368 Pages, Hardcover
13 Pictures (6 Colored Figures)
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ISBN: 978-3-527-35027-8
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Focuses on the advanced 1D hybrid semiconducting nanostructures utilized for high-performance gas sensing and optoelectronic devices.

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Arvind Kumar obtained his M.Sc. degree in Physics from Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, India, followed by Ph.D. degree in physics from Bhabha Atomic Research Centre under the aegis of Homi Bhabha National Institute, Mumbai. Presently, he is Assistant Professor at Chaman Lal (P.G.) College (Uttarakhand Higher Education). His current research focuses on hybrid nanomaterials, low-powered chemiresistive sensors for environment monitoring, photodetectors, and energy devices. He has developed a simple, low cost and fast method to create an AR nano-porous surface on the glass substrate, based on this work a patent has been filed and granted. He has received many awards such as the JRF fellowship award for Ph.D., UGC-DS Kothari PDF award and best poster presentation award from Indian Vacuum Society.
Dr. Dinesh Aswal obtained Ph.D. in Physics from Mumbai University and subsequently carried out post-doctoral research work at the Research Institute of Electronics, Hamamatsu, Japan. He has taken over the charge of Director, CSIR- National Physical Laboratory (CSIR-NPL), New Delhi with effect from 15th December 2015 maintaining lien with his position as 'Outstanding Scientist' at Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India, Mumbai. During 2012-2015, he has also served as Secretary, Atomic Energy Education Society, Mumbai. His current focus is to enhance the Metrological capabilities of India at par with international standards for continuous improvement of the quality and safety of life in the country and making CSIR-NPL as a growth engine of the nation by supporting industries and strategic sectors through apex calibration facilities. As a President of Metrological Society of India (MSI), New Delhi, and Chairman/ member of various national committees, Dr Aswal ensures that the national policies, academia, strategic sectors, and industries are benefited from the quality-infrastructure of the country.
Dr. Nirav J. Joshi is a physicist, having completed his doctorate at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India. He is a Researcher at the Institute of Physics of São Carlos, University of São Paulo. He has postdoctoral experience from South Korea, Brazil, and the United States, having most recently completed his tenure at the University of California Berkeley, USA, where he developed selective and sensitive microsensors by MEMS techniques. His present research focuses on the synthesis and characterization of oxide nanostructures and 2D material-based gas sensors. He is a core reviewer for several prestigious journals like Nano letters, ACS Applied Material Interfaces, ACS Applied Nanomaterials, Nature Scientific Reports, Sensors and Actuators B, etc. He had worked as a Guest Editor for Special Issues in the Journal of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology and Sensor Letters.