The 5th edition of Graphene International Conference will take place in Bilbao (Spain) between the 10th and the 13th of March 2015.
More info soon.

 
 
 

Toulouse (France) hosted the 4th edition of Graphene Conference series, the largest European Event in Graphene, from the 6th until the 9th of May 2014 at Centre de Congres Pierre Baudis.
Graphene 2014 attracted 800 participants from 49 countries. For the 1st time there was an exhibition of Worldwide graphene research centers, apart from graphene producers, publishers, manufacturing equipment makers, graphene application developers, networks, and many others. On this edition 35 booths and 3 pavilions were featured with roughly 85 exhibitors represented.

Following the overwhelming success of the last four editions of Graphene, Phantoms Foundation is pleased to announce the fifth edition between the 10th and the 13th of March 2015 in Bilbao (Spain).

 
 
  Highlights
Graphene 2014 Photos    
More than 800 participants attended    
More than 40 high level speakers announced    
38 booths with 85 exhibitors represented    
The 1st Exhibition of worldwide Graphene Centers    
EPL, EPS and NEXT project will sponsor poster prizes    
Graphene last four editions - Short facts    
Industrial Workshop “nanocomposites” organized by Graphene Flagship

      Graphene Flagship
   
 
    Plenary Speakers
  Antonio Castro Neto (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
  Albert Fert (Université Paris Sud & CNRS/Thales, France)  
  Rod Ruoff (Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials (Institute of Basic Sciences), Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea)
 
    Keynote Speakers
  Andrea C. Ferrari (University of Cambridge, UK)   David Goldhaber-Gordon (Stanford University, USA)
 
    Invited Speakers
  Francesco Bonaccorso (IIT, Graphene Labs@IIT, Italia)   Zhongfan Liu (Peking University, China)
  Chun-Wei Chen (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)   Marcos Pimenta (UFMG, Brazil)
  Manish Chhowalla (Rutgers University, USA)   Bertrand Raquet (INSA Toulouse/LNCMI-CNRS, France)
  Seungmin Cho (Samsung Techwin Co., Korea)   Tapani Ryhänen (Nokia Research Center, Finland)
  Sung-Yool Choi (KAIST, Korea)   Mauricio Terrones (Penn State University, USA)
  Jonathan N. Coleman (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)   Emanuel Tutuc (The Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA)
  Christian Joachim (CEMES/CNRS, France)   Arend van der Zande (Columbia University, USA)
   
 
    Invited Speakers (Parallel Workshop 1: App. of Graphene-based Materials)
  Dominique Coquillat (Université Montpellier 2, France)   Seongjun Park (Samsung Advanced Inst. of Tech. (SAIT), Korea)
  Debdeep Jena (Notre Dame University, USA)
  Wencai Ren (Shenyang National Lab for Materials Science, China)
  Silvia Lazcano (Airbus, Spain)  
 
    Invited Speakers (Parallel Workshop 2: Materials & Devices Characterization)
  Masataka Hasegawa (AIST, Japan)   Antoine Tiberj (University Montpellier II, France)
  Il-Kwon Oh (KAIST, Korea)   Ting Yu (Nanyang Technological Univ., Singapore)
  Luca Ortolani (CNR-IMM Bologna, Italy)  
 
    Invited Speakers (Parallel Workshop 3: Theory & Simulation)
  Volker Blum (Duke University, USA)   Anna Motta (Cambridge Graphene Centre, UK)
  Aran Garcia Lekue (DIPC, Spain)   Vitor M. Pereira (National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore)
  Antti-Pekka Jauho (DTU Nanotech, Denmark)   Young-Woo Son (Korea Inst. for Advanced Study, Korea)
  Tony Low (IBM, USA)  
 
    Invited Speakers (Parallel Workshop 4: Worldwide Graphene Initiatives, Funding and Priorities)
   Luigi Colombo (Texas Instruments, USA)   Anupama Kaul (National Science Foundation, USA)
  Andrew Houghton (European Commission, Belgium)   Jari Kinaret (Chalmers University, Sweden)
 
Further speakers to be announced soon
 
   Graphene 2014 Scope

Graphene is a two-dimensional monolayer of sp2; bonded carbon atoms in a dense honeycomb crystal structure which behaves electronically as a zero-gap semiconductor. Its discovery in 2004 has sparked a considerable scientific activity that has now established a broad international community with interest in both fundamental properties of a unique material, together with a wealth of foreseen applications in fields as nanoelectronics (high-frequency devices,..), electromechanics, optics, photonics, sensing, NEMS,…

Exceptional electronic properties of this material, resulting in carrier mobilities as large as several thousands of cm²/Vs, make this material at the heart of the alternatives for the so-called beyond-CMOS nanoelectronics research. The current carrying capability of graphene is orders of magnitude higher than that of metals. Additionally, graphene is CMOS compatible and can be handled by standard planar technology, which should result in highest integration of device density in the medium run. Graphene devices are also believed to work at much lower supply voltages and should therefore result in lower power consumption. Therefore graphene has the potential to increase computing performance, functionality and communication speed far beyond the expected limits of conventional CMOS technology, which is related with large financial markets in the microelectronics business. Additionally, the reports of novel functionalities in graphene devices such as sensing capability, electro-mechanical effects (e.g. resonators) and spintronics effects also profile some new perspectives for innovative applications. Those salient features will be at the heart of GRAPHENE 2014 that will present the state of the art of the field.

 
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