The Journal of Photonic and Spintronic publishes papers that use experimental and theoretical (analytical and computer-aided) methods, approaches, and techniques to address and solve various mechanical, materials, and reliability problems encountered in the analysis, design, manufacturing, testing, and operation of photonic and spintronics components, devices, and systems. Microsystems packaging, systems integration, photonic devices, materials with nano-structures and in general small scale systems packaging are areas of growing interest for the Journal. Originality, scientific merit and high engineering relevance are the major criteria for the acceptance of a submitted paper.
The Journal thinks about how to impel and spread technology of the controlled generation, manipulation and detection of spins of electrons and hollows in nanostructures, e.g. quantum wells, quantum wires, quantum points, nano-tubes of carbon, grapheme, etc.
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