Authors presenting their work at the DRIP XVII Conference are encouraged to submit a manuscript for consideration for publication in the conference proceedings.
Proceedings will appear as a special issue of the Journal of Electronic Materials (JEM). It will follow the peer review procedure of Journal of Electronic Materials.
Only work presented by a submitting author that is not published, in press, or submitted for publication elsewhere, will be considered for publication. All manuscripts will be peer reviewed. Acceptance of abstracts for oral or poster presentation does not guarantee its inclusion in the proceedings.
Submit your DRIP paper to the Journal of Electronic Materials
The Journal of Electronic Materials (JEM) will be publishing a collection of peer-reviewed papers from the 18th Conference on Defects-Recognition, Imaging and Physics in Semiconductors (DRIP XVIII).
Matthias Bickermann, Catherine Bougerol, Michael Dudley, Julita Smalc-Koziorowska and Anna Mogilatenko
Manuscripts will be evaluated according to the same high standards as would be applied to any article published in the journal. Authors are encouraged to read carefully and comply with the Instructions for Authors on the JEM website. Manuscripts submitted after the deadline may not be considered for the collection; however, late submissions may still be considered for publication in another issue of the journal as an original article.
About the Journal:
The Journal of Electronic Materials (JEM) reports monthly on the science and technology of electronic materials, while examining new applications for semiconductors, magnetic alloys, dielectrics, nanoscale materials, and photonic materials. The journal welcomes articles on methods for preparing and evaluating the chemical, physical, electronic, and optical properties of these materials. Specific areas of interest are materials for state-of-the-art transistors, nanotechnology, electronic packaging, detectors, emitters, metallization, superconductivity, and energy applications. All submissions to the Journal of Electronic Materials must be within its scope, and advance scientific knowledge by addressing important questions relevant for the research of electronic materials, as well as adhere to the highest principles of scientific ethics.
Review papers on current topics enable individuals in the field of electronics to keep abreast of activities in areas peripheral to their own. JEM also publishes select papers from conferences such as the Electronic Materials Conference, the U.S. Workshop on the Physics and Chemistry of II-VI Materials, and the International Conference on Thermoelectrics. The journal benefits both specialists and non-specialists in the electronic materials field.