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Workshop 1: Large scale growth of 2DM and applications

The workshop targets to overview most promising advances in two-dimensional material growth (graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides) in the context of high-technologies such as photonics and plasmonics, sensing, electronics or medical devices. Focus on experimental equipment, scalability and challenges in producing defect-free materials will be addressed, as well as their co-integration in functional devices, including field effect transistors, optical switches, photodetectors.

 
 
Claire Berger
Georgia Tech
USA
Invited
Peter Bøggild
DTU Physics
Denmark
Invited
Cecilia Mattevi
Imperial College London
UK
Invited
Hyeon Suk Shin
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
South Korea
Invited
 
 
Workshop 2: Chemistry of 2DM, Medical and Energy Applications

This workshop will focus on the progress of the chemical approaches towards graphene and related 2D materials. Top-down chemical exfoliation and bottom-up growth and synthesis of GRMs, as well as the chemical functionalization of GRMs with covalent and non-covalent approaches leading to tunable properties will be presented. Other topics including hierarchical hybrid structures, polymer composites, solution processing, electrocatalysis & photocatalysis, functional foams, membranes and coatings of GRMs will be also presented.

 
 
Sang Ouk Kim
KAIST
South Korea
Invited
Paolo Samorì
Université de Strasbourg
France
Invited
Andrey Turchanin
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Germany
Invited
 
 
Workshop 3: Theory of 2D Materials and Devices Simulation    

This workshop aims at presenting recent theoretical advances and simulation studies of optical, magnetic and spin transport phenomena in graphene, two-dimensional materials (2DM), as well as more complex vdW heterostructures. Emphasis will be given to concepts such as valleytronics, dynamics of excitons, as well as the emerging field of twistronics. A particular focus will be also given to the physics emerging from 2D magnetic materials and their interfacing with other 2DM such as TMD and others to trigger spintronic applications.

 
 
Adalberto Fazzio
Universidade de São Paulo
Brazil
Invited
Mark-Oliver Goerbig
CNRS, Université Paris-Sud
France
Invited
Mikito Koshino
Osaka University
Japan
Invited
 
 
Workshop 4: Topological and Exotic Physics in van Der Waals Heterostructures

This workshop will address the recent progress and current challenges in assembling two-dimensional materials to generate new physical properties such as exotic superconductivity, Mott insulating phases, Ferromagnetism and so on in few layers’ systems, as well as the search of strategies for manipulating quantum degrees of freedom (spin, valley, sublattice pseudospin) and to trigger quantum topological phases (such as quantum spin hall effect, quantum anomalous Hall effect, spin and valley hall effects,…).

 
 
Lapo Bogani
University of Oxford
UK
Invited
Helene Bouchiat
Universite Paris SUD / CNRS
France
Invited
Marcos H. Diniz Guimaraes
University of Groningen
The Netherlands
Invited
James McIver
Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, CFEL
Germany
Invited
Benjamin Sacépé
Institut Néel - CNRS
France
Invited
 
 
Workshop 5: Advances in hBN growth, characterization and device integration
The workshop will focus on the recent progress concerning the experimental growth techniques developed to upscale the size of hexagonal Boron-Nitride (hBN) at monolayer or multilayer level. Advances and challenges in CVD growth, epitaxial or alternative techniques to produce high-quality large single crystals of hBN will be addressed as well as their characterization and integration into functional devices. The workshop will also cover various applications of this optical material such as deep UV emitters and detectors, single photon emitters from point defects, high room-temperature proton conductivity, field effect transistors (FETs), tunneling devices, photoelectric devices, and spin devices..

 
 
Hiroki Ago
Kyushu University
Japan
Invited
Julien Barjon
Université de Versailles St-Quentin-En-Yvelines
France
Invited
Stephan Hofmann
University of Cambridge
UK
Invited
Cedric Huyghebaert
IMEC
Belgium
Invited
Alex Jouvray
Aixtron
UK
Invited
Frank Koppens
ICREA/ICFO
Spain
Invited
 
Mario Lanza
Soochow University
China
Invited
Annick Loiseau
ONERA
France
Invited
Marco Romagnoli
CNIT
Italy
Invited
Pierre Seneor
Université Paris-Sud / CNRS
France
Invited
Christoph Stampfer
RWTH Aachen University
Germany
Invited
Bérangère Toury
Université de Lyon
France
Invited
 
 
Workshop 6: Advanced Characterization of 2DM and heterostructures

The workshop focuses on recent advances and challenges in the characterization of 2D materials, van der Waals architectures and 2D material-based devices. Properties and phenomena investigated at the mesoscopic, nano and atomic scales using diverse advanced techniques will be covered, e.g. growth, defects, chemical functionalization, heterojunctions, charge transfer and dynamics, light emission, device operation. The scope will include a wide range of characterization methods that are critical for the study of 2D materials, such as microscopy, spectroscopy and transport / photo-transport measurements. The workshop will also address multimodal/multidimensional approaches that allow a simultaneous acquisition of several information channels (e.g. structural/chemical, structural/opto-electronic…), in-situ manipulations, time-resolved measurements and operando characterization.

 
 
Sara Barja
CFM-CSIC
Spain
Invited
Andrea Locatelli
Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste
Italy
Invited
Vincent Renard
Université Grenoble Alpes / CEA
France
Invited
Jamie Warner
University of Oxford
UK
Invited
 
 

A series of targeted talks given by Invited speakers will be followed by oral contributions selected from the Graphene 2020 submissions on all workshops mentioned above.