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Manuscript Submission Deadline 18 October 2022

Optoelectronic sources and sensors driven by light-matter interactions, are able to convert photons into electrons or vice versa. This process enables the generation, manipulation, and detection of light in an efficient and controllable manner, and plays a vital role in numerous aspects of our daily lives including; communications, optical storage, lighting and displays, imaging, medicine, and sensing, amongst others. Significant developments in the growth, fabrication, and characterization of such optoelectronic devices not only enhances their intrinsic light-matter interactions but also broadens the scope of their potential applications in scientific research and practical engineering.

This Research Topic encourages original submissions on current state-of-the-art optoelectronic sources and sensors, covering recent technological advances in growth, fabrication, integration strategy, performance, and application. As such, it will create a platform for sharing the most recent and significant research in the field and will, therefore, facilitate an exchange of information and ideas from experts across the globe, thereby contributing to the continued development of the field.

This Research Topic aims to publish recent developments concerning the growth, fabrication, and characterization of optoelectronic sources and sensors, with particular emphasis on wide band-gap semiconductors. Therefore, the submission of manuscripts focusing on optoelectronic devices based on wide bandgap semiconductors is particularly encouraged. Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

• Emerging optoelectronic design, growth, and fabrication techniques;
• Integrated optoelectronic devices;
• Organic/inorganic semiconductor-based optoelectronic devices;
• Performance and reliability exhibited by optoelectronic devices;
• Emerging applications of optoelectronic devices;
• The theory of ultra-wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Electrical properties of wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Optical properties exhibited by wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Thermal properties exhibited by wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Magnetic properties exhibited by wide bandgap semiconductors.

Keywords: Optoelectronics, Organic/Inorganic optoelectronic device, Micro-/nano-fabrication, Optoelectronic integration, Wide band-gap semiconductors, III-nitrides, Diamonds


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

Optoelectronic sources and sensors driven by light-matter interactions, are able to convert photons into electrons or vice versa. This process enables the generation, manipulation, and detection of light in an efficient and controllable manner, and plays a vital role in numerous aspects of our daily lives including; communications, optical storage, lighting and displays, imaging, medicine, and sensing, amongst others. Significant developments in the growth, fabrication, and characterization of such optoelectronic devices not only enhances their intrinsic light-matter interactions but also broadens the scope of their potential applications in scientific research and practical engineering.

This Research Topic encourages original submissions on current state-of-the-art optoelectronic sources and sensors, covering recent technological advances in growth, fabrication, integration strategy, performance, and application. As such, it will create a platform for sharing the most recent and significant research in the field and will, therefore, facilitate an exchange of information and ideas from experts across the globe, thereby contributing to the continued development of the field.

This Research Topic aims to publish recent developments concerning the growth, fabrication, and characterization of optoelectronic sources and sensors, with particular emphasis on wide band-gap semiconductors. Therefore, the submission of manuscripts focusing on optoelectronic devices based on wide bandgap semiconductors is particularly encouraged. Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

• Emerging optoelectronic design, growth, and fabrication techniques;
• Integrated optoelectronic devices;
• Organic/inorganic semiconductor-based optoelectronic devices;
• Performance and reliability exhibited by optoelectronic devices;
• Emerging applications of optoelectronic devices;
• The theory of ultra-wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Electrical properties of wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Optical properties exhibited by wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Thermal properties exhibited by wide bandgap semiconductors;
• Magnetic properties exhibited by wide bandgap semiconductors.

Keywords: Optoelectronics, Organic/Inorganic optoelectronic device, Micro-/nano-fabrication, Optoelectronic integration, Wide band-gap semiconductors, III-nitrides, Diamonds


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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