5th Graphene and 2D Materials Satellite Symposium

June 7, 2014

Organizers
Hakonen Pertti
Jeanie Lau
Katsunori Wakabayashi

Scope
This Satellite Symposium will focus on fundamental and applied research in the area of graphene. Graphene is a two dimensional allotrope of carbon, with unique structural and electronic properties. Invited will be presented by leading researchers in the field, to give perspectives on the current status of graphene science and applications. The workshop will consist of both invited and contributed talks and posters spanning these areas. Exchange of results and ideas from different disciplines, and amongst researchers specializing in graphene and/or nanotubes will be highly encouraged.

Keynote Speakers
Antonio Castro Neto (Singapore) keynote 45 min
Electronic properties of 2-dimensional materials

Jim Hone (Columbia) keynote 45 min
Transport in graphene heterostructures

Invited Speakers
Kazuhito Tsukagoshi (NIMS, Tsukuba) 30 min
Electronic transport experiments of graphene, Mo2 and TMD atomic sheets.

Tony Low (IBM TJ Watson) 30 min
Electronic properties of wafer-scale monolayer MoS2

Melina Blees (Cornell) invited 30 min
Graphene Kirigami

Alexander Balandin (UC Riverside) 30 min
Thermal transport in graphene and other 2-dimensional materials

Hui-Ming Cheng (Chinese Academy of Sciences) 30 min
Chemistry and applications of graphene

Freddie Withers (University of Manchester) 30 min
Strong Light-Matter Interactions in Heterostructures of Atomically Thin Films

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