Semiconductor Science and Information Devices is an international peer-reviewed journal operating under the open-access model. As a critical component of electronics and information devices, semiconductors have become an important research area in the field. The journal aims to present innovative insights in the field of semiconductor science and information device research.

The scope of the Semiconductor Science and Information Devices includes, but is not limited to:

  • Semiconductor science: Very large scale integration (VLSI) for signal processing, System on Chip (SoC), Display technologies, Heat sinks, Application specific integrated circuits (ASIC), Photolithography, Etching, Parallel processing, Electromigration, Sensors, Nanotechnology.
  • Information devices: Telecommunications systems, Signal processing, Microwave engineering, Quantum communications, Ccryptography, Information theory, Optical communications (LiFi), Power engineering, Renewable energy sources, Physical (PHY) layer, Medium access control (MAC) layer , Application (APP) layer, Software engineering, 5G and beyond, Telemedicine.

Vol. 5 , Iss. 2 (October 2023)

  • Article

    Performance Evaluation of Junctionless Cylindrical Gate-All-Around FET for Low Power Applications

    Pooja Srivastava, Aditi Upadhyaya, Shekhar Yadav, C.M.S. Negi

    Article ID: 6075    DOI:
    100  (Abstract) 89  (Download)


    The advent of device miniaturization techniques and the evolution of very deep submicron technology have led to the increased prominence of short channel effects (SCEs) in conventional transistors (CTs). Now, in the era of nanoengineering and nano-wires, current research is centered around a novel device known as the Junctionless Field Effect Transistor (JLFET), which incorporates... More

  • Review

    Review on Activated Carbon for Supercapacitors

    Rajesh Shrestha, Narendra Phulara

    Article ID: 6171    DOI:
    201  (Abstract) 61  (Download)


    Carbon is a lavish element that has a large number of composite elements. Activated carbon is the main source for storing the charge in the Supercapacitor. The management of waste is a big issue in Kathmandu Valley, and by converting the waste into activated carbon the waste management is somehow solved. The wet blue leather waste is found... More

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