Special Issue on

Nanomaterials and Applications in Technology & Nanomedicine

Aim and Scope

     Currently, there is a passion and a need to serve the scientific and nanomedicine, Austin group by producing a special issue of the Journal of Austin Journal of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology which will focused the synthesis, characterization, as such materials can have vast applications of being incorporated into optoelectronic, nanomedicine, sensors, electronic and other fields. The objective of this initiative is to fulfill desire on the horizon and need by determining properties and usage of materials, molecules, and structures. Finally, the scope of this issue emphasis the important issues of materials and applications in technology & nanomedicine which may be applicable to developing technologies sector.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Important Dates

Manuscript Submission

Abstracts addressing one or more of these topics / themes or further questions should be e-mailed to a Guest editor by at: [email protected] (or) to the journal editorial office at: [email protected].

Manuscript submissions are invited by the submission deadline. All papers will undergo a double peer review process.

Guest Editor

Dr. Rahul M. Mane
DST-Young Scientist,
Department of Chemistry,
Shivaji University, Kolhapur,
Maharashtra State,

Contact Us

Austin Publishing Group
#46, Casselberry Way,
Monroe Township,
Tel: +1-201-655-7075
E-Mail:[email protected]

Deadline of Manuscript Submission 15/01/2016

Published Manuscripts

Impact Factor: 1.9


 About the Journal  

Austin Journal of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish innovative research works carried out in the fields of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology.

Austin Journal of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology aims to serve health care professionals, medical practitioners and innovative researchers by providing a forum to find most recent advances in the areas

Featured Article

NSTOA-13-RA-108 Comparison of the Effects of Varying of Metal Electrode in Metal-Insulator-Metal Diodes with multi-dielectric layers

Abstract Different metal–insulator–metal diodes using the fixedbottom electrode with different top electrodesandmulti–insulator layers were investigated. Chromium was usedfor the bottom metal electrode

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