This reference text discusses recent advances in the field of nanotechnology with applications in the fields of electronics sector, agriculture, health services, smart cities, food industry, and energy sector in a comprehensive manner.
The text begins by discussing important concepts including bio nanotechnology, nano electronics, nano devices, nano medicine, and nano memories. It then comprehensively covers applications of nanotechnology in different areas including healthcare, energy sector, environment, security and defense, agriculture sector, food industry, automotive sector, smart cities, and Internet of Things (IoT).
Aimed at senior undergraduate, graduate students and professionals in the fields of electrical engineering, electronics engineering, nanoscience and nanotechnology, this text:
- Discusses nano image sensors useful for imaging in medical and for security applications.
- Covers advances in the field of nanotechnology with their applications.
- It covers important concepts including neuro simulators, nano medicine, and nano materials.
- Covers applications of nanotechnology in diverse fields including health sector, agriculture, energy sector, and electronics.
Table of Contents
An Overview of Current Trends in Hafnium Oxide based Resistive Memory Devices
Lalit Kumar Lata, Praveen K. Jain, Abhinandan Jain, and Deepak Bhatia
Nano Tech for Energy & Environment
Nanotechnology to Address Micronutrients and Macronutrients Deficiency
Shiva Sharma, Neha Singh, and Manisha Rastogi
Impact of Nanoelectronics in the Semiconductor Field: Past, Present and Future
Evolution of Nano-scale Transistors: From Planner MOSFET to 2D- Material based Field Effect Transistors
Memory Design using Nano Devices
Deepika Sharma, Shilpi Birla, and Neha Mathur
Nanotechnology in Agriculture Industry
Sujit Kumar, Spandanagowda N D, Ritesh Tirole, and Vikramaditya Dave
Recent Advancements in the Applications of ZnO: A Versatile Material
Chandra Prakash Gupta, and Amit Kumar Singh
SRAM Designing with Comparative Analysis using Planer and Non-Planer Nanodevice
Neha Mathur, Deepika Sharma, and Shilpi Birla
A Study of Leakage and Noise Tolerant Wide Fan-in OR Logic Domino Circuits
Ankur Kumar, Sajal Agarwal, Vikrant Varshney, Abhilasha Jain, and R. K. Nagaria
Potassium Trimolybdates as Potential Material for Fabrication of Gas Sensors
Aditee Joshi, and S.A. Gangal
Carbon Allotropes based Nanodevices: Graphene in Biomedical Applications
Sugandha Singhal, Meenal Gupta, Md. Sabir Alam, Md. Noushad Javed, and Jamilur R.Ansari
C-Dots Nanoparticulated Devices for Bio-Medical Applications
Ritesh Kumar, Gulshan Dhamija, Jamilur R. Ansari, Md. Noushad Javed, and Md. Sabir Alam
Nanotechnology: An Emerging and Promising for the Welfare of Human Health
J. Immanuel Suresh, and M.S. Sri Janani
Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells-Principle, Processing and Perspectives
Ananthakumar Soosaimanickam, Saravanan Krishna Sundaram, and Moorthy Babu Sridharan
Energy Storage Systems in view of Nanotechnology towards Wind Energy Penetration in DG Environment
Dimpy Sood, Ritesh Tirole, and Sujit Kumar
Dr Shilpi Birla is working as an Associate Professor in Electronics & Communication Department at Manipal University Jaipur. She has a teaching and industrial experience of more than 15 years. She did her Ph D in Low Power VLSI Design. Her research interests are Low Power VLSI Design, Memory Circuits, Digital VLSI Circuits, Nanodevices and Image Processing. She has authored more than 60 research papers in journals of repute and International conferences. She has organized several workshops in HSPICE, TCAD and XILINX, Summer internships in Diode Fabrication and Faculty Development Programs. She has worked as a session chair, conference steering committee member, editorial board member, and reviewer in international/national IEEE Journal and conferences. She has guided many M. Tech Students and guiding Ph.D. students. She is a senior member of IEEE.
Dr Neha Singh is currently working as Assistant Professor, in the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, School of Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering at Manipal University Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. She has more than 17 years of experience in academics. Her areas of research interest include Image processing, Machine learning, VLSI design and nanodevices. She has several papers and book chapters published in Journals and conferences of repute. She has served as reviewer in various International and peer reviewed Journals and conferences. She has also worked as Convener, Session Chair and organizer of various international conferences, summer internships in Diode Fabrication and Faculty Development Programs. She has guided several M Tech Dissertations and B Tech projects.
Dr Neeraj Kumar Shukla is currently working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at King Khalid University, Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He has academic, research, and industry experience of more than 20 years. He did his Ph.D. in Low Power VLSI Design. He has authored more than 110 research publications in Journals of repute and International Conferences, apart from this he has 2 Patents, 1 PhD completed under him. He guided 20 M. Tech Dissertations, 50 B. Tech Projects and conducted 50 Short terms skills development training Programs and 30 expert lectures delivered. He is reviewer in several International conferences and Journal. His research areas are Low Power VLSI Design, Digital Design, Machine Learning.