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Terahertz technology and its applications

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The Terahertz (THz) frequency range is generally defined as the region of the electromagnetic spectrum in the range of 0.1 to 10 THz. Although interest in this region dates back to the 1920s, incredible progress has been made only within the past three decades. Recent advances in the THz research field have unlocked key applications and unprecedented functionalities; THz systems and applications are nowadays being employed in various commercial applications, such as biomedical imaging, sensing, spectroscopy, and beyond 5G wireless communication. However, in order for THz technology to be scalable and be able to compete with other technologies, numerous challenges must still be addressed. This Collection aims to showcase the current progress and latest solutions in emergent applications of THz technology, and will consider research in engineering, electronics, photonics, and nanotechnology.

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To submit your manuscript for consideration at Scientific Reports as part of this Collection, please follow the steps detailed on this page. On the first page of our online submission system, under “I’m submitting:” select the option “any other article type”. Once logged in you can submit your manuscript to a Collection by selecting “Guest Edited Collection”, under the “Choose the appropriate manuscript type” message, and clicking “Continue”. Then when filling out the manuscript information, select the "Terahertz technology and its applications" Collection from the alphabetical list on the “Springer Nature Subject Category” tab. Authors should express their interest in the Collection in their cover letter.

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