Information for poster presenters:

Poster size: A0 format (width: 841 mm x Height: 1189 mm) (Portrait).
Posters Presentation: We recommend the poster presenters to stand in front of their poster in order to enhance fruitful discussions – designated time that the evaluators will pass by to discuss the work. Posters should be presented during the designated sessions (A & B).
Posters Schedule:

Session A From Tuesday morning (June 26) to Wednesday (June 27) just after lunch
You need to make sure you remove your poster at 14h30 LATEST on June 27

Chemistry of 2D materials
Devices for Electronic Applications (flexible displays, high frequency devices, sensors, etc..)
Growth, synthesis techniques and integration methods
Health and Medical Applications

Session B From Wednesday (June 27) just after lunch to Thursday (June 28) end of the day
You need to make sure you remove your poster at 16h30 LATEST on June 28

Composites for Energy applications
Photonics and Plasmonics
Quantum transport , magnetism and spintronics
Spectroscopies (Optics, Raman, EELS) and microscopies (HRTEM, STM, AFM)
Theory and Simulation

Other info: To each poster will be assigned a number. You will find double side tape directly on the Registration Desk to hang your poster.
Check the number assigned to your poster at the entrance of the exhibition and posters hall.
** We would like to inform that abstracts won't be listed in the Graphene2018 booklet if the registration fee is not paid until Wednesday, May 30 , 2018.**

Tuesday & Wednesday (111) - Alphabetical order

Poster nº Author & Title Abstract
66 Sudip Adhikari (Chubu University, Japan)
Graphene grow directly on silicon at low temperature for schottky junction solar cells
34 Shahab Akhavan (University of Cambridge, UK)
Hybrid graphene-graphene quantum dots photodetector
1 Fatima Akhtar (IHP, GmbH, Germany)
Modification of the 8-inch Ni/SiO2/Si morphology for graphene growth by chemical vapor deposition
67 Salim Al-Kamiyani (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman)
Improved control in elimination of white impurities on graphene by chemical vapor deposition (CVD)
68 Bassam Alameddine (Gulf University for Science and Technology, Kuwait)
Trapezoidal Graphene-based Materials: Controlled Synthesis of Various Small Molecules and Polymer Derivatives
69 Mariam AlMahri (Khalifa University of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates)
Low Temperature direct growth of graphene on germanium substrate
70 Manuel Auge (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany)
Advances in ultra-low energy ion implantation of low dimensional materials
103 Isidro Badillo-Ramírez (National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico)
Adsorption of 5-S-cysteinyl-dopamine on graphene oxide: A possible route for a novel Parkinson’s disease biosensor
71 Razihe Bakhshandeh (Alzahra University, Iran)
Ultrasonic waves effects on graphene structure fabricated by electrochemical exfoliation method
Late Daniel Becker (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Exploration of Crystalline 2D Conjugated Organic Polymers
2 Doreen Beyer (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Challenging Edges: Bottom-up Synthesis of Nanographenes
35 Giuseppe Valerio Bianco (CNR-NANOTEC, Italy)
Optically transparent microwave devices for telecommunications based on engineered graphene
36 Václav Blechta (J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v. v. i., Czech Republic)
Adsorption site - dependent mobility response in graphene exposed to gas oxygen
104 Valentina Bordoni (University of Sassari, Italy)
maGO-CaP: a novel graphene-based nanotool for bone regeneration
72 Giovanni Bruno (CNR-NANOTEC, Italy)
Modulated Plasma Treatments for Engineering Graphene
73 Mariana Caldeira Ferraz da Costa (MackGraphe - Mackenzie Presbyterian University , Brazil)
Key factors in adhesion process between graphene and polymers
37 Jongin Cha (Yonsei University, South Korea)
Raman study on the effects of annealing atmosphere on graphene
74 Andrzej Chuchmala (Wroclaw Research Centre EIT+, Poland)
Engineering of optoelectrical properties of solution processed graphene-oxide based materials
38 Miklos Csontos (Empa, Switzerland)
Multiple Physical Time Scales and Dead Time Rule in Few-Nanometers Sized Graphene-SiOx-Graphene Memristors
75 Xueping Cui (Institute of Chemistry Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Fabrication of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides Nanoscrolls
3 Roxana M. del Castillo Vázquez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico)
Adsorption of CO2 and OCCO on Graphene Surface with Defects
4 Avishek Dey (The Open University, UK)
Tuning the work function of graphene oxide using a low power atmospheric pressure plasma jet
76 German A. Díaz-Ramírez (Industrial University of Santander, Colombia)
Preparation and characterization of nanocomposite of RGO@TiO2 supported on Fique fibers for Photocatalytic degradation of organics dyes
5 Karolina Drogowska (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
Effect of hydrogenation on the particular layer in isotopically labelled Turbostratic- and Bernal stacked bilayer graphene
77 Michael Engel (IBM Research, Brazil)
Graphene-enabled, directed nanomaterial placement from solution for large-scale device integration
78 Elizaveta Ermakova (Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
Bilayer porphyrin-graphene templates for self-assembly of metal-organic frameworks
105 Samaneh Etemadi (Abalonyx AS, Norway)
rGO-nanocomposite compounding for use in fused deposition modelling
39 Teresa Galán (ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Spain)
Scalable process of high quality graphene for integration into electronic circuits
6 Syed Hamza Safeer Gardezi (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Low temperature synthesis of MoS2 monolayers on glass
79 Martin Grönke (IFW Dresden, Germany)
Chemical vapor growth and delamination of 2D honeycomb transition metal halide MX3 nanosheets
7 Christian Eberhard Halbig (FU Berlin, Germany)
Aspects Behind the Formation of oxo-Functionalized Graphene and Thereout Derived Functionalized Graphene Derivatives
40 Masahiro Hara (Kumamoto University, Japan)
Humidity-dependent impedance of titanium oxide nanosheets
80 Shih Ming He (National Central University, Taiwan)
Ultra-low damage of phosphorous-doped CVD graphene via low energy ion implantation
41 Matthew Holwill (University of Manchester, UK)
Nanomechanics in Van der Waals Heterostructures
81 Seokmo Hong (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)
Low Temperature Growth of Hexagonal Boron Nitride on Various Substrates Using Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition
8 Wei-Jhih Huang (National Central University, Taiwan)
Defect formation on graphene by Carbon Ion implantation
42 Gyeong Seok Hwang (Dankook University, South Korea)
Improved Stability of the Printed Graphene Electrodes for OLED on the Foldable Paper Substrate
9 Hyun-Tae Hwang (UNIST, South Korea)
Polydopamine Assisted Mechanically Reinforcement of Graphene Oxide Fiber from Graphene Oxide Liquid Crystals
10 Rodrigo Iost (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
Hybrid Redox Interfaces on Monolayer Graphene
11 Joanna Jagiello (Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Poland)
Changes in graphene oxide structure after different sterilization processes
12 Prajakta Katti (Indian Institute of Science, India)
Improved mechanical properties through engineering the interface by poly (ether ether ketone) grafted graphene oxide in epoxy based nanocomposites
Late Amanpreet Kaur (Guru Nanak Dev University, India)
Managing the degree of exfoliation and number of graphene layers using Probe sonication approach.
43 Gurjinder Kaur (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India)
rGO coated CuO nanowires on 3D Copper Foam and its Improved Field Emission Properties
44 Nur Selin Kaya (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
Interaction of Small Dye Molecules with Graphene studied by Surface Plasmon Resonance
45 Duckjong Kim (Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, South Korea)
Defect Engineering for Control of Transport Properties
82 Kwan Soo Kim (Tohoku University, Japan)
Epitaxial Graphene Growth in Ar/H2 Ambient
13 Minsu Kim (UNIST, South Korea)
Transfer of catalytic activity through h-BN monolayer for hydrogenation
46 Soo Young Kim (Chung-Ang University, South Korea)
Use of MoS2 as hole injection layer for polarizer-free organic light emitting diodes
47 Taesoo Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea)
Contact Resistance Engineering in MoS2 using Hexagonal Boron Nitride
14 Maximilian Krings (Universität Heidelberg, Germany)
Deposition of N-Heteropolycycles on Graphene
83 Anjali Lalithambika (Indian Institute of Science, India)
Thermodynamic similarities and kinetic deviations complemented by DFT: CVD of MoS2 and WS2
15 Lewis Le Fevre (University of Manchester, UK)
Cell Optimisation of Supercapacitors through the use of a Quasi-reference Electrode and Potentiostatic Analysis
48 Lucie Le Van-Jodin (CEA/LETI/DCOS, France)
Large scale transfer of 2D materials
16 Hoon Ju Lee (UNIST, South Korea)
2D Materials-based Photoelectrochemical Cells: Combination of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides and Reduced Graphene Oxide for Efficient Charge Transfer
49 Kang-Bong Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)
Chemiresistive ammonia gas sensor based on graphene decorated with CuO nanoparticles
50 Seong-Young Lee (RIST, South Korea)
Graphene nanoplatelets as effective fillers for ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) application
84 Anna Lipovka (Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia)
Patterning Graphene Oxide with Light: Going Beyond the Diffraction Limit
85 Na Liu (Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea)
Growth of High-Crystalline Bulk MoSe2 Using Chemical Vapor Deposition
17 Shingjiang Jessie Lue (Chang Gung University, Taiwan)
Graphene Oxide as Separation Layer for Nanofiltration of Salty and/or Protein Solutions
51 David Maeso (UAM, Spain)
Band gap tuning of gallium selenide by strain engineering
18 Vlastimil Mazanek (UCT Prague, Czech Republic)
Fluoro-graphane: syntheses and possible applications
86 Tobias Meissner (Institut für Korrosionsschutz Dresden GmbH, Germany)
Integration of graphene and related materials in anti-corrosion coatings
19 Jason Melidonie (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Multi-edged Graphene Nanoribbons
52 Jacob Mitchell (Swansea University, UK)
Study the Effect of Mono- and Bi-layer Photoresists in Graphene Biosensor Fabrication
53 YunSik Nam (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)
Highly Sensitive Chemiresistive H2S Gas Sensor Based on Graphene decorated with Ag Nanoparticles and Charged Impurities
87 Christof Neumann (Friedrich Schiller University, Germany)
Bottom-up synthesis of Graphene Nanomembranes with Tunable Porosity
20 Wenhui Niu (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Bottom-up solution synthesis of graphene nanoribbons
54 Takuya Okamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Photothermoelectric Terahertz Detection with p-n Junction Nanoporous Graphene
55 Ahmet Oral (NanoMagnetics Instruments Ltd., Turkey)
Multi-layered Conductive Films via Recursive Transfer-Print of Graphene onto Polymeric Foil
21 Maria da Conceição Paiva (University of Minho, Portugal)
Composite films of waterborne polyurethane and few-layer graphene formed in water by stabilization with a pyrene derivative
56 Amritanshu Pandey (IIT BHU, India)
UV Photodetector based on Graphene-WS2 Quantum dots
Late Antonio Panes (TU Dresden, Germany)
Efficient Ammonia Sensors Based on Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes
88 Chong-Yun Park (Sungkuynkwan University, South Korea)
Single crystal graphene synthesis by controlling the plane direction of polycrystalline Cu foil
Late Gyuhyeon Park (IFW-Dresden, Germany)
Thermomagnetic and thermoelectric properties of thin films prepared by sputtering and atomic layer deposition
22 In-Kyung Park (SungKyungKwan University, South Korea)
Graphene Incorporated Polyurethane Foams for Sound Damping Materials with Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Performance
23 SangWook Park (TU Dresden, Germany)
Organic 2D crystal synthesis on water
24 Young Jin Park (UNIST, South Korea)
Synthesis of Copper Sulfide and Hybrid with Molybdenum Disulfide for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
89 Iwona Pasternak (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Influence of hydrogen intercalation on graphene/Ge(001)/Si(001) interface
25 Martin Patrito (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina)
Horizontal to Vertical Transition of MoS2 grown by CVD on Mo studied by Spectroscopic Ellipsometry
57 Thanh Luan Phan (Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea)
High on/off ratio of carbon nanotubes/transition metal dichalcogenides vertical field-effect transistors
26 Adrián Romaní Vázquez (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Scalable production of graphene for inks and polymer composites
90 Sarah Roscher (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State , Germany)
High-yield electrochemical exfoliation of graphene using high potentials
91 Christian Schafer (ICN2, Spain)
NaCl-assisted, low pressure MOCVD growth of mono- to few layer MoS2
92 Viktoryia Shautsova (Oxford Univeristy, UK)
Improved Fabrication of CVD Graphene Electrodes
27 Cláudia Silva (IPF Dresden, Germany)
Functionalized Graphene as Susceptor for High Magnetic Field Induction Heating
58 Rajan Kumar Singh (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India)
Thermomechanical Squeezed Graphene Optomechanics for Weak Signal Amplification
28 Sapna Sinha (University of Oxford, UK)
Atomic Resolution Imaging of Individual Metallofullerenes on Graphene and within Graphene Sandwiches
93 Jan Sobieski (Warsaw Univeristy of Technology, Poland)
Controlling of 2D MoS2 nucleation density by growth parameters in MOCVD epitaxy
29 Zdenek Sofer (University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic)
Synthesis of hydrogenated graphene
94 Karthik Sridhara (Texas A&M University, USA)
Assessing the electronic and magnetic properties of functionalized of hexagonal boron nitride
59 Carsten Strobel (Technische Universität Dresden, Institute of Semiconductors and Microsystems, Germany)
Towards silicon-graphene based heterojunction transistors
60 Kenta Sugawara (Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Japan)
Improved crystallographic high quality of thermally decomposed epitaxial graphene on 6H-SiC
95 Alex Summerfield (University of Nottingham, UK)
Lattice Matched Epitaxial Graphene Grown Using High Temperature Molecular Beam Epitaxy
61 Michal Swiniarski (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Controlled in-situ reduction of graphene oxide thin films via thermal annealing and e-beam irradiation
30 Katerina Szokolova (UCT Prague, Czech Republic)
Transition Metal Ions Uptake from Aqueous Solutions by Graphene Oxide
62 Ant Ural (University of Florida, USA)
Graphene/Insulator/Silicon MOS Capacitors: Fowler-Nordheim Tunneling and Quantum Capacitance
96 Rik van Bremen (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
Ge2Pt hut clusters: a substrate for germanene growth
97 Aravind Vijayaraghavan (University of Manchester, UK)
Graphene-rubber composite materials and their applications such as footwear outsoles
63 Stefan Wachter (TU Wien - Institute for Photonics, Austria)
A microprocessor based on a two-dimensional semiconductor
106 Steven Walston (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Spain)
Characterization and in-vitro assessment of graphene-based microelectrode technology for use in neural prostheses
64 Zhenxing Wang (AMO GmbH, Germany)
One-Dimensional Metal-Insulator-Graphene Diode
31 Michel Wehrhold (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
Electron Transfer of Methylene Blue on graphene monolayer electrodes
107 Lukas Wunderlich (University of Regensburg, Germany)
Sensitivity Enhancement by Graphene as Receptor Layer in Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensors
65 Juan Xia (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Optical and Optoelectronic Properties in 2D Homo- and Hetero-junctions
32 Gao Xiao-Guang (Nankai University, China)
Visualizing photothermal anisotropy in black phosphorus with total internal reflection pump-probe technique
33 Anur Yadav (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
Understanding the chemistry of patterned graphene edge using electrochemistry and Raman spectroscopy
98 Dmitry Yakubovsky (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia)
Copper non-wetting of graphene surfaces
99 Sheng Yang (Technishe Universität Dresden, Germany)
Exfoliation of Layered Conductive Materials in Solutions
100 Sarah Yaseen (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR)
Synthesis of Graphene quantum dots by the electrochemical exfoliation of Graphite rod
101 Soonmin Yim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Engineering, South Korea)
Property Modification of Two-dimensional Materials Integrated with Self-assembled Nano-supporters
102 Alexandra Zvyagina (Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry RAS, Russia)
Formation and Reduction of Ultrathin Layers of Graphene Oxide on Planar Solids

Wednesday & Thursday (103) - Alphabetical order

Poster nº Author & Title Abstract
151 Amjad Al Taleb (IMDEA, Spain)
Helium atom scattering: A unique tool to characterize layered van der Waals heterostructures
108 Ameer Al-Temimy (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie (HZB), Germany)
Oxidation of Ti3C2 MXene probed by soft X-ray absorption spectroscopy
179 Maha Alattas (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia)
Intercalation and Doping Effects on the Electronic Properties of Mono- and Bilayer Graphene
180 Lucia Guadalupe Arellano Sartorius (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIME-Culhuacán, Mexico)
Adsorption of alkali and alkaline-earth atoms on Silicon Carbide Monolayer
152 Amin Azizi (University of California Berkeley, USA)
Atomic Structure, Stacking, and Stability of Two-Dimensional Gallium Selenide Telluride Crystals
181 Igor Baburin (TU Dresden, Germany)
Charge transfer in misfit layer compounds: the case of SnS–SnS2 and LaS–TaS2
182 Jose Eduardo Barrios Vargas (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico)
Electrical and thermal transport in coplanar polycrystalline graphene-hBN heterostructures
183 Luca Bellucci (Istituto Nanoscienze CNR-NANO, Italy)
Graphene-based nanostructured models for energy storage
139 Matias Berdakin (Universidad de Chile, Chile)
Valley transport in graphene-based devices: Achieving directionality and quantifying polarization
153 Quentin Berrahal (Université Paris Diderot/CNRS, France)
Effects of metal deposition on epitaxial graphene
184 Maciej Bieniek (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland)
Theory of electronic structure of monolayer and nanostructured MoS2 and role of electron-electron interactions on its optical properties
185 Andres Rafael Botello Méndez (Institute of Physics, UNAM, Mexico)
Towards an accurate tight-binding model of graphene's electronic properties under strain
186 Nuala Mai Caffrey (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Na-ion intercalation in mixed-termination Ti3C2Tx and V2CTx multilayers from first-principles
187 Gaetano Calogero (Technical University of Denmark (DTU Nanotech), Denmark)
Atomistic far-field currents in graphene using DFT-precision regions - how to couple DFT and large-scale tight-binding.
124 Wanderson Camacho (Mackgraphe, Brazil)
Graphene-hBN Electro-Optical Modulator in a Polymer Waveguide
140 José Manuel Caridad (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Charge transport in narrow graphene devices
154 Julio Chacón (Yachay Tech University, Ecuador)
Metrology for precise detection of functional groups in graphene by in-situ Raman spectroscopy
188 Alexander Croy (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Cross-scale description of crack propagation in few-layer graphene stacks
141 Aron Cummings (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), Spain)
Anisotropic spin transport in graphene interfaced with topological insulators
155 Karolina Czerniak (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Temperature dependence of phonon properties in CVD MoS2 nanostructures – a statistical approach
142 Samuel Dechamps (UCL, Belgium)
Ab initio quantum transport in metal-graphene-metal junctions
109 Simone Dell´Elce (Graphene-XT SRL, Italy)
Selective Polyvinylamine (PVAm)-Graphene membrane for CO2 capture and gas permeation
156 Vito Despoja (Institute of Physics, Croatia)
Electronic excitations in alkali-intercalated graphene
143 Francisco Domínguez-Adame (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
Electric control of electron transport in twisted graphene nanoribbons
189 Nicolas Duchêne (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)
Quantum Size Effect in Ag Nanoclusters – Carbon Nanotubes Interfaces
157 Anna Duzynska (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Raman spectroscopy of TiS2 thin films
158 Max Eisele (neaspec GmbH, Germany)
Cryogenic near-field imaging and spectroscopy at the 10-nanometer-scale
159 Ayman El-Said (KFUPM, Saudi Arabia)
Swift Heavy Ion Induced Modifications in Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
125 Rajveer Fandan (Instituto de Sistemas Optoelectrónicos y Microtecnología, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain)
Light-Matter Interaction in Graphene/h-BN and Graphene/h-BN/Graphene Heterostructures Mediated by Surface Acoustic Waves
147 Benedikt Frohn (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Gate-defined electron-hole double dots in bilayer graphene
144 Ismael García Serrano (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Novel Large-scale graphene spin valves
110 Amanuel Gebrekrstos (Indian Institute of Science, India)
Extraordinary enhancement in piezoelectric response in electrospun PVDF fibers containing fluoro doped graphene derivatives
160 Arkadiusz Gertych (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Thermal properties of thin films of MoS2 and WS2 produced by liquid exfoliation and vacuum filtration
190 Raúl Guerrero (Donostia International Physics Center, Spain)
On the existence of gapless electronic states in gated bilayer graphene with an array of line defects
191 Surani Gunasekera (University of Bath, UK)
Electronic band structure of rhenium dichalcogenides
192 Sten Haastrup (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
The Computational 2D Database: Using high throughput calculations and data mining to find high-mobility semiconductors
161 Arsalan Hashemi (Aalto University, Finland)
Raman Investigation of Defective Monolayer MoS 2 from First-Principles Calculations
193 Luke Helt (Queen´s University, Canada)
Can optical phonons explain intense terahertz field enhancement through monolayer graphene?
111 Cheng-Chun Huang (National Central University, Taiwan)
One-pot and scalable synthesis of fluorinated graphene for hydrophobic modification
112 Kelu Huang (Graphene New Materials Technology, China)
Carbon nanotube/Nano-graphene Conductive Additives in Lithium Ion Batteries
113 Kun-Ping Huang (ITRI, Taiwan)
High-Voltage Graphene Nanowalls Supercapacitor
194 Shirong Huang (TU Dresden, Germany)
Aggregation of Flavin Mononucleotide Surfactants on Graphene: A Molecular Dynamics Study
195 Sander Kempkes (Institute for Theoretical Physics, The Netherlands)
Thermodynamics of finite-size systems
126 Jin Tae Kim (ETRI, South Korea)
Ion-Gel-Gated Graphene Optical Switch
127 Sergey Kovalev (Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf, Germany)
Efficient Terahertz High Harmonic Generation in Single-Layer Graphene
196 Ivan Kupcic (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Memory-function conductivity formula in doped graphene
162 Anna Lapinska (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Temperature evolution of phonons in selected 2D materials flakes and thin films.
163 Lorena Layana (Yachay Tech University, Ecuador)
Optical reflectivity in potassium doped graphene
114 Ye Liu (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
Boron-doped single-walled carbon nanotubes for flexible thermoelectric generators
197 Samuel Magorrian (University of Manchester, UK)
Intersubband optics in atomically thin InSe films
164 Nadeem Ahmed Malik (University of Padova, Italy)
Preliminary study on the optical properties of single (few) layer graphene/SiO2 (285nm)/Si in EUV-VUV spectral range
198 Francisca Martin-Vergara (University of Málaga , Spain)
Numerical methods for graphene superlattice equation
165 Nicolas F. Martinez (Concept Scientific Instruments, France)
Advanced electrical nano-characterization of 2-d materials with atomic force microcopy
166 Lukas Mennel (TU Wien, Austria)
Measuring the full strain tensor via second-harmonic generation in TMDs
199 Elaheh Mostaani (UoC - Cambridge Graphene Centre, UK)
Multiscale model of adhesion and strain in graphene on hexagonal boron nitride
128 Jakob Muench (University of Cambridge, UK)
Design optimisation of plasmonic enhanced waveguide integrated graphene p-n junction photodetector for telecom wavelengths
129 Parvin Navaeipour (Queen´s University, Canada)
Optimized Nonlinear THz Response of Graphene in a Parallel-Plate Waveguide
200 Viet Hung Nguyen (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
Klein tunneling and electron optics of Dirac Weyl fermions with tilted energy dispersion
131 Kare Obel Wedel (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Scale-invariant quantum effects and inherited fine- structure in graphene nanonribbon plasmons
167 Hanako Okuno (CEA-Grenoble, France)
In-situ observation of symmetrical phase transition in MoSe2 on graphene substrate
169 Youngsin Park (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)
Optical bandgap crossing of mono- and bilayer MoS2 on SiO2 depending on temperature
170 Nadiia Pastukhova (University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia)
Ultraviolet Absorption and Transient Photocurrent Spectroscopy in Organic Thin Layers as Evidence of Super Atomic Molecular Orbitals in Corannulene
201 Urvesh Patil (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Exfoliating Two-Dimensional Layered Materials: Solvent Interactions on Graphene and MoS2 from First-Principles
202 Daniele Perilli (Università di Milano Bicocca, Italy)
Water at the Interface Between Defective Graphene and Cu or Pt (111) Surface
115 Jürgen Pionteck (Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V., Germany)
Electrochemical properties of PANI/EG composites: Effect of Dopant and Oxidant
116 Daniele Pontiroli (Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy)
Graphene-based Materials for Supercapacitors
204 Andrey Popov (Institute for Spectroscopy of RAS, Russia)
Molecular dynamics simulation of carbon chains formation under heating of graphene nanoribbon
117 Petra Pötschke (Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, Germany)
Different commercial graphene nanoplatelet materials melt mixed in polymer composites
145 Friedemann Queisser (University Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Giant magneto-photoelectric effect at a graphene edge
205 Anders Christian Riis-Jensen (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
First-principles theory of excitons in complex TMD- and Janus van der Waals structures
206 Leo Rizzi (TU Chemnitz, Germany)
Efficient resistor network simulation method for graphene-based conductor materials
146 Icaro Rodrigues Lavor (Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil)
Magnetic field induced vortices in graphene quantum dots
132 Pradip Kumar Roy (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Ultralow threshold visible random lasing from vertical graphene network
207 Dmitry A. Ryndyk (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
STM images and spectroscopy of molecules on metal surfaces: CP2K+XT/DFTB+XT open software suite
208 Marta Saiz Bretín (Universidad Complutense, Spain)
Strong reduction of the lattice thermal conductivity in graphene rings
209 Appalakondaiah Samudrala (Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea)
Electronic and transport properties of metal interface with monolayer 2H-MoS2
118 Prasad V Sarma (Indian Institute of science education and research Trivandrum, India)
Hydrated Tungsten Oxide/Tungsten disulphide heterostructures: Synthesis and their applications in Electrocatalysis
210 Daniela Schob (Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany)
Experimental and numerical Simulation properties of melt compounded polyamide graphene films
119 Jensheer Shamsudeen Seenath (Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany)
MXene-templated hierarchical polyaniline nanocomposites for high-performance capacitive energy storage
120 Jinbong Seok (Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea)
Platinum-deposited metallic Molybdenum ditelluride for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
211 Nicola Seriani (The Abdus Salam ICTP, Italy)
Graphyne as a material for energy storage: a DFT investigation
171 Issai Shlimak (Bar Ilan University, Israel)
Ion beam modification of CVD grown monolayer graphe
121 Grazyna Simha Martynková (VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic)
Effect of Various Nanocarbons on Sulphur Morphology
172 Anil Singh (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India)
Effect of interface states on the electronic properties of Graphene on SiO2 substrate
173 Jakub Sitek (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Impact of germanium substrate orientation on morphological and structural properties of graphene grown by CVD method
133 Yong-Won Song (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea)
In Situ Synthesized Graphene for Mode-locked Femtosecond Fiber Lasers
212 Nikodem Szpak (University Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Current lensing and valley splitting with elastically deformed graphene
148 Joshua Thompson (University of Bath, UK)
Negative differential resistance in Van der Waals heterostructures due to moiré-induced spectral reconstruction
174 Joachim Dahl Thomsen (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
How flat can graphene be?
134 Tommaso Venanzi (Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research, HZDR, Germany)
Ultrafast Carrier Dynamics in Hybrid Plasmonic Nanostructured metal/graphene
175 Tim Verhagen (Charles University , Czech Republic)
Spectroelectrochemistry and spectroelectrophotonics on an exfoliated van der Waals graphene/TMD bilayer
149 Marc Vila Tusell (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Spain)
Quantum transport simulations of graphene non-local spin valves
150 Tobias Voelkl (Universitaet Regensburg, Germany)
Spin-orbit coupling in plasma hydrogenated graphene
135 Valentyn Volkov (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia)
Hybrid Graphene-Nanometallic Structures
136 Hannah Watson (University of Cambridge, UK)
Waveguide Integrated Double Layer Graphene-SiN Modulators For On-chip Optical Interconnects
122 Wei Weng (Donghua University, China)
Flexible energy storage devices based on graphene composite fibers
137 Stephan Winnerl (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany)
Double-bended saturation of optically induced bleaching in graphene
213 Tomasz Wozniak (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland)
Ab initio studies of electronic and dynamical properties of chosen transition metal dichalcogenides systems in hydrostatic pressure
176 Anna Wróblewska (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Statistical analysis of the reduction process of graphene oxide probed by Raman spectroscopy mapping
177 Jun Yan (University of Massachusetts - Amherst, USA)
Valleytronic four- and five-particle bound states in monolayer WSe2
123 Junjie Yang (Donghua university, China)
Highly flexible and shape-persistent graphene microtube and its application in supercapacitor
178 Klaudia Zeranska-Chudek (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Broadband optical properties of graphene based polymer composites
138 Johanna Zultak (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
Indium selenide light-emitting diodes