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11 Aug 2023

Good News | Semiconductor Science and Information Devices has been accepted by CAS!

We are pleased to announce that the journal in the field of non-metallic materials: Semiconductor Science and Information Devices (ISSN: 2661-3212) has been officially included in the CAS database! This signifies that the academic quality of the journal has been widely recognized by international experts and scholars, and the journal will continue to publish high quality articles and apply for more top databases.
We would like to congratulate the editors-in-chief and the editorial board of the journal, and sincerely thank the authors, reviewers and editorial board for their hard work and dedication, as well as all the experts and scholars in the field for their attention and support!

Database Introduction


CAS provides accurate and authoritative chemistry content, cited and quality controlled by hundreds of scientists from around the world.
CAS covers all publicly available chemistry and related scientific materials from tens of thousands of journals, patents published by 64 patent-granting institutions, as well as key online resources, dissertations, books, conference papers, chemical suppliers and more.
Journal Introduction

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.