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Following the success of last year edition, the INDUSTRIAL FORUM will keep the 2 days format (October 20-21, 2020) and will present the most recent advances in technology developments and business opportunities in graphene commercialization. Key representatives of “graphene companies” will share their market vision and business opportunities, while selected talks from industrial exhibitors will present commercial showcases in all current market fields of graphene products.

The INDUSTRIAL FORUM will be focusing on: latest developments in graphene production methods towards wide scale commercialization, emerging opportunities for graphene-based materials, determining criteria for graphene investment opportunities, revealing the latest updates on the application of graphene in electronics, application and commercialization of graphene-based materials in energy storage, aerospace & barrier applications.


A specific session on CVD OF 2D MATERIALS AND DEVICES” sponsored by AIXTRON will also be organised:
This AIXTRON Industrial session welcomes all those in the community wanting to drive the adoption of 2D materials in to mass manufacturing markets. Talks in the session will discuss the methods for large-scale CVD synthesis of 2D materials and examples of cutting edge devices from a broad range of applications presented by leading researchers and companies from around the world.
 


If you already have a Conference or Exhibition Pass, attendance to the Industrial Forum is included.


Industrial Forum Chair: Ken Teo AIXTRON (UK)
Co-chairs: Luigi Colombo The University of Texas at Dallas (USA), Thomas Alava CEA/LETI (France), Francesco Bonaccorso IIT / Bedimensional (Italy), Vincent Bouchiat Grapheal SAS (France), Zhong Fan Liu BGI (China), Martin Lohe TUDresden / Sixonia (Germany), Oliver Whear (AIXTRON, UK)


  Keynotes/Invited Industrial Forum
 
Andrea Ferrari
Cambridge Graphene Centre, University of Cambridge
UK
Keynote
Jeehwan Kim
MIT
USA
Keynote
Zhongfan Liu
Peking University
China
Keynote
 
 
Gerd Bacher
University of Duisburg-Essen
Germany
Invited
Francesco Bonaccorso
BeDimensional
Italy
Invited
Paolo Bondavalli
Thales Research & Technology
France
Invited
Tanushree H. Choudhury
Pennsylvania State University
USA
Invited
Matt Cole
University of Bath
UK
Invited
Camilla Coletti
IIT
Italy
Invited
 
Norbert Fabricius
KIT
Germany
Invited
Dexter Johnson
The Graphene Council
USA
Invited
Joung Hoon Lee
Standard Graphene
South Korea
Invited
Arben Merkoci
ICREA-ICN2
Spain
Invited
Riadh Othmen
Grapheal
France
Invited
Iwona Pasternak
ENT and WUT
Poland
Invited
 
Julien Petrizelli
Graphene Production
France
Invited
Andrew J. Pollard
National Physical Laboratory
UK
Invited
Cameron Runte
Grafoid Inc
Canada
Invited
Shintaro Sato
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.
Japan
Invited
Minsu Seol
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
South Korea
Invited
Ravi Sundaram
Oxford Instruments
UK
Invited
 
Aravind Vijayaraghavan
The University of Manchester
UK
Invited
Johan Ek Weis
SIO Grafen
Sweden
Invited
Rune Wendelbo
Abalonyx
Norway
Invited
Shan Zou
National Research Council
Canada
Invited
Ahmad Zubair
MIT
USA
Invited
Amaia Zurutuza
Graphenea
Spain
Invited
 
  KEYNOTES/INVITED - Industrial Forum
Gerd Bacher (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Integration of (MO)CVD Grown 2D Materials into Optoelectronic Devices
Paolo Bondavalli (Thales Research & Technology, France)
2D Materials : Graphene and Next Gen for Energy, EMI, Memories Applications
Tanushree H. Choudhury (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Controlling wafer-scale epitaxial growth of transition metal dichalcogenides using MOCVD
Matt Cole (University of Bath, UK)
Holistic Development of Graphene & Carbon Nanotube-based Electronics: From Growth to Devices
Camilla Coletti (IIT, Italy)
Ideal electrical transport using technology-ready graphene
Dexter Johnson (The Graphene Council, USA)  
Report on Commercial Graphene Applications and Markets
Jeehwan Kim (MIT, USA)
Mixed-dimensional stackable electronics enabled by freestanding 2D/3D materials
Zhongfan Liu (Peking University, China)
Targeting the Mass Production of CVD Graphene
Arben Merkoci (ICREA-ICN2, Spain)  
Graphene-based materials for cost-efficient biosensors with interest for diagnostic
Riadh Othmen (Grapheal, France)  
Graphene-based connected skin patch for wound healing monitoring
Iwona Pasternak (ENT and WUT, Poland)
Graphene on germanium substrate – expectations versus reality
Andrew J. Pollard (National Physical Laboratory, UK)
Development of International Measurement Standards
Shintaro Sato (Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., Japan)
Application of nanocarbon and two-dimensional materials to nanoelectronics and sensors
Minsu Seol (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, South Korea)
Wafer-Scale Growth and Integration of Two-Dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenides
Aravind Vijayaraghavan (The University of Manchester, UK)
Graphene MEMS Pressure and Touch Sensors
Johan Ek Weis (SIO Grafen, Sweden)  
Sweden aims to be in the top 10 countries at using graphene for industrial needs
Rune Wendelbo (Abalonyx, Norway)
Scaling up Production of Graphene Oxide
Shan Zou (National Research Council, Canada)
ASTM Standard Guide for Characterization of Graphene Flakes
Amaia Zurutuza (Graphenea, Spain)
Graphene Integration in Industry
Frederic Ayela (Université Grenoble Alpes, France)
Graphene nanosheets produced by a green liquid phase exfoliation process
Choon-Gi Choi (ETRI, South Korea)  
Humidity sensor for highly sensitive and ultrafast moisture detection
Silvia Conti (University of Pisa, Italy)
Low-voltage 2D materials-based printed field-effect transistors on paper
M. Said Ergoktas (The University of Manchester, UK)
Graphene-Enabled Electrically-Controlled Functional Textiles
Stijn Goossens (ICFO, Spain)
Enabling a world of enhanced vision
Micah Green (Texas A&M University, USA)  
Scalable production of graphene nanoplatelets in a compressed electrochemical reactor
Kun-Ping Huang (ITRI, Taiwan)  
Graphene Film for Semiconductor BEOL Application
Hélène Le Poche (CEA LITEN/DTNM, France)
Towards transfer-free large area fabrication of gas filtration devices based on a suspended porous graphene mono-layer.
Sunil Lonkar (Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates)  
Graphene oxide mediated preparation of SnS2–SnO2/Graphene heterostructured nanohybrids for enhanced photo-catalytic applications
Simone Marconi (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy)  
120Gb/s ultra-fast photo-thermo-electric graphene photodetector for optical communications
Paolo Mariani (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)  
Graphene-based Back Electrodes for Cost-effective, Efficient and Large-area Gold-free Perovskite Solar Cell
Daniele Pontiroli (University of Parma, Italy)  
In-situ decoration of laser-scribed graphene with TiO2 nanoparticles for high-performance microsupercapacitors
Francesco Reale (Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology, UK)  
Towards the Commercialisation of Graphene: Tackling the Challenges of Large Area Synthesis and Deposition of Dielectric Layers
Philip Schaefer (neaspec GmbH, Germany)
Nanoscale Optical Imaging of Graphene using s-SNOM
Felicien Schopfer (LNE, France)
Supporting industrialisation of graphene and related materials through reliable and accurate measurement services
Ali Shaygan Nia (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
Graphene-based energy devices enable the battery-free wireless wearable electronics
Yue Wang (University of York, UK)
2D light emitting devices for silicon photonics
Zhenxing Wang (AMO GmbH, Germany)
Wafer Scale Integration of Graphene – Progress and Outlook
Wei Wei (University of Lille - IEMN, France)  
Development of Amplifier integrated circuits based on graphene field effect transistors
Klaudia Zeranska-Chudek (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
Graphene benchmarking – market analysis and characterization strategies
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