Industrial Forum
 

The Industrial Forum brings together research managers and decision makers from industry and academia across all sectors. The goal of the Industrial Forum is to create a place where there´s the possibility of exchanging knowledge, find partners and consequently make business.

Note: is open to all Graphene participants

 
Sessions
 

  ∼ Graphene Commercialization (Graphene Investment, Applications, Commercialization and Graphene Manufacturing) – March 12

  ∼ Nanomaterials

  ∼ Nanotechnology & health

  ∼ Nanocellulose & paper industry

  ∼Tech Transfer & Opportunities for International Cooperation

 
 
Graphene Commercialization Session: Keynote Speakers
 
       
       
 
 
Laurent Baraton (GDF Suez, France)
    Graphene and 2D materials in the perspective of a global energy player
Iñigo Charola (Graphenea, Spain)
    Advances in Technology Development for the Production and Applications of Graphene Materials
Karl S. Coleman (Durham University, UK)
    Synthetic Graphene
Khasha Ghaffarzadeh (IDTechEx, UK)
    Graphene- markets, applications and the latest commercialisation progress
Kazuo Muramatsu (Incubation Alliance, Japan)
    Self-standing synthesis graphene on the carbon fiber surface
Ania Servant (NGI-University of Manchester, UK)
    The route to graphene commercialisation
Karlheinz Strobl (CVD Equipment Corporation, USA)
    Graphene Innovations Drive Nano Material Manufacturing Technologies
Chun-Yun Sung (Lockheed Martin, USA)
    Graphene and New 2D Materials: Industry Needs and Commercialization
Ken Teo (Aixtron, UK)
    Industry Perspective on Thin Film Graphene Growth
Ashot Ter-Avanessov (OCSiAL Ltd., UK)
    Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes Large Scale Production: Bridged the Gap From Lab Potential to Commercial Reality
Shyam Venkataraman (BASF, Germany)
    Performance of graphene materials in energy storage applications
 
Orals Industrial Forum (1)
Galbiati, Arnaldo (SOLARIS PHOTONICS, United Kingdom)
Large-area Graphene Production using Roll-to-roll (R2R) Technology
     
  Tentative Program
   
 
Thursday - March 12, 2015
GRAPHENE COMMERCIALIZATION
Chairman: Laurent Baraton (GDF Suez, France)
09:15-09:45
  Khasha Ghaffarzadeh (IDTechEx, UK)
(I)
  Graphene- markets, applications and the latest commercialisation progress
09:45-10:15
  Ania Servant (NGI-University of Manchester, UK)
(I)
  The route to graphene commercialisation
10:15-10:45
  Chun-Yun Sung (Lockheed Martin, USA)
(I)
  Graphene and New 2D Materials: Industry Needs and Commercialization
10:45-11:15
  Karl S. Coleman (Durham University & Applied Graphene Materials, UK)
(I)
  Synthetic Graphene
11:15-12:00 Coffee Break
Chairman: Karl S. Coleman (Durham University & Applied Graphene Materials, UK)
12:00-12:30
  Shyam Venkataraman (BASF, Germany)
(I)
  Performance of graphene materials in energy storage applications
12:30-13:00
  Laurent Baraton (GDF Suez, France)
(I)
  Graphene and 2D materials in the perspective of a global energy player
13:00-15:00 Lunch
Chairman: Karlheinz Strobl (CVD Equipment Corporation, USA)
15:00-15:30
  Ken Teo (Aixtron, UK)
(I)
  Industry Perspective on Thin Film Graphene Growth
15:30-16:00
  Iñigo Charola (Graphenea, Spain)
(I)
  Advances in Technology Development for the Production and Applications of Graphene Materials
16:00-16:30
  Ashot Ter-Avanessov (OCSiAL Ltd., UK)
(I)
  Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes Large Scale Production: Bridged the Gap From Lab Potential to Commercial Reality
16:30-17:30 Coffee Break
Chairman: To be defined
17:30-18:00
  Karlheinz Strobl (CVD Equipment Corporation, USA)
(I)
  Graphene Innovations Drive Nano Material Manufacturing Technologies
18:00-18:30
  Kazuo Muramatsu (Incubation Alliance, Japan)
(I)
  Self-standing synthesis graphene on the carbon fiber surface
18:30-18:45
  Arnaldo Galbiati (SOLARIS PHOTONICS, United Kingdom)
(O)
  Large-area Graphene Production using Roll-to-roll (R2R) Technology
18:45-19:00
  Antonio Leon (IEDISA, Spain)
(O)
  New Generation of coatings with Graphene
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
  Co-located