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  Following the success of last year edition, the INDUSTRIAL FORUM will keep the 2 days format (October 27-28, 2021) 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: Luigi Colombo The University of Texas at Dallas (USA)
Co-chairs: Francesco Bonaccorso Bedimensional (Italy), Vincent Bouchiat Grapheal SAS (France), Yunqiao Fu BGI (China), Zhong Fan Liu BGI (China), Martin Lohe TUDresden / Sixonia (Germany), Minyang Lu (China Innovation Alliance of Graphene Industry (CGIA), China), Oliver Whear (AIXTRON, UK)


  Keynotes/Invited Industrial Forum
 
Andrea Ferrari
Cambridge Graphene Centre, University of Cambridge
UK
Keynote
Han Wang
TSMC
USA
Keynote
 
 
Gerd Bacher
University of Duisburg-Essen
Germany
Invited
Mira Baraket
General Graphene
USA
Invited
Marcello Binetti
LayTec AG
Germany
Invited
Paolo Bondavalli
Thales Research & Technology
France
Invited
Vincent Bouchiat
Grapheal
France
Invited
Marc Chaigneau
HORIBA FRANCE SAS
France
Invited
 
Lucie Chupin
Carbon Waters
France
Invited
Matteo Donegà
INBRAIN Neuroelectronics
Spain
Invited
Salim El Kazzi
NUS-AMAT Corp Lab
Singapore
Invited
Jose Antonio Garrido
ICREA/ICN2
Spain
Invited
Nils Goedecke
Heidelberg Instruments
Switzerland
Invited
Stijn Goossens
Qurv
Spain
Invited
 
Ilka Hermes
Park Systems Europe GmbH
Germany
Invited
Atsufumi Hirohata
University of York
UK
Invited
Cedric Huyghebaert
IMEC
Belgium
Invited
Deep Jariwala
University of Pennsylvania
USA
Invited
Frank Koppens
ICREA/ICFO
Spain
Invited
Arben Merkoci
ICREA-ICN2
Spain
Invited
 
Anibal Pacheco-Sanchez
UAB
Spain
Invited
Vittorio Pellegrini
BeDimensional
Italy
Invited
Hyeon-Jin Shin
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
South Korea
Invited
Ravi Sundaram
Oxford Instruments
UK
Invited
Richard Van Rijn
Applied Nanolayers B.V.
The Netherlands
Invited
Sten Vollebregt
TU Delft
The Netherlands
Invited
 
Zhenxing Wang
AMO
Germany
Invited
Rune Wendelbo
Abalonyx
Norway
Invited
Amaia Zurutuza
Graphenea
Spain
Invited
 
  KEYNOTES/INVITED - Industrial Forum
Gerd Bacher (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
(MO)CVD Grown 2D Materials for Light Emitting and Light Sensing Devices
Mira Baraket (General Graphene, USA)  
Title to be defined
Marcello Binetti (LayTec AG, Germany)  
in-situ characterization of 2D materials growth
Paolo Bondavalli (Thales Research & Technology, France)
2D and 1D materials for the next generation of sensors, Energy storage, Harvesting, information storage and EMS devices
Vincent Bouchiat (Grapheal, France)  
Graphene-on-polymer for healthcare applications
Marc Chaigneau (HORIBA FRANCE SAS, France)
Raman and PL at the nanoscale: why it really matters for 2D materials
Lucie Chupin (Carbon Waters, France)
Graphene in polymers: dispersion and properties
Matteo Donegà (INBRAIN Neuroelectronics, Spain)
Graphene in Neurotechnologies: Road Toward Clinical Applications
Salim El Kazzi (NUS-AMAT Corp Lab, Singapore)
The perspectives of 2D material growth in the future BEOL and FEOL technologies
Andrea Ferrari (Cambridge Graphene Centre, University of Cambridge, UK)  
Title to be defined
Jose Antonio Garrido (ICREA/ICN2, Spain)  
Title to be defined
Nils Goedecke (Heidelberg Instruments, Switzerland)
NanoFrazor – A Nanolithography Tool for 2D & 3D Devices
Stijn Goossens (Qurv, Spain)
Enabling a world of enhanced perception
Ilka Hermes (Park Systems Europe GmbH, Germany)
Correlating the functional properties of graphene on the nanoscale
Atsufumi Hirohata (University of York, UK)
Search for New Ferromagnetic Thin Films Using Machine Learning
Cedric Huyghebaert (IMEC, Belgium)  
Title to be defined
Deep Jariwala (University of Pennsylvania, USA)  
Scalable 2D Materials and Heterostructures for Electronic and Photonic Applications
Frank Koppens (ICREA/ICFO, Spain)  
Title to be defined
Arben Merkoci (ICREA-ICN2, Spain)
Graphene-related materials for biosensing platforms
Anibal Pacheco-Sanchez (UAB, Spain)  
GraphSIM - modeling of graphene devices towards hybrid graphene-silicon applications
Vittorio Pellegrini (BeDimensional, Italy)  
Title to be defined
Hyeon-Jin Shin (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, South Korea)
New Growth Strategy of Transition Metal Dichalcogenide for Practical Device Application
Ravi Sundaram (Oxford Instruments, UK)
From labs to pilot lines: Graphene and related materials device fabrication solutions
Richard Van Rijn (Applied Nanolayers B.V., The Netherlands)  
Title to be defined
Sten Vollebregt (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
Transfer-free multi-layer graphene: a platform for NEMS/MEMS sensors
Han Wang (TSMC, USA)  
Wafer-scale growth of two dimensional materials and its characterization
Zhenxing Wang (AMO, Germany)
Flexible Electronics with Graphene: From Devices Towards System
Rune Wendelbo (Abalonyx, Norway)
Graphene Oxide towards Industrialization
Amaia Zurutuza (Graphenea, Spain)
Perspectives and Challenges in Graphene Sensors
Ahmad Bagheri (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
The application of functionalized 2D materials in solid-state electrolyte for flexible supercapacitors
Rosie Baines (Paragraf, UK)
Graphene Hall sensors developed for use at cryogenic temperatures and ultra-high magnetic fields
Bárbara Canto (University of Wuppertal, Germany)
Plasma-enhanced atomic layer deposition of Al2O3 on graphene using monolayer hBN as interfacial layer
Aron Cummings (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), Spain)
Optimization of Graphene Photothermoelectric Detectors
Christoph Geers (NanoLockin GmbH, Switzerland)
Active thermography for the analysis of graphene
Daniela Ion-Ebrasu (Institutul National de Cercetare-Dezvoltare pentru Tehnologii Criogenice si Izotopice, Romania)  
Rol-to-roll Transferred CVD Growth Graphene on Nafion Membranes Characterization for Fuel Cells Applications
Clotilde Ligaud (CEA-LETI, France)
MoS2 integration in microelectronic devices
Anurag Mohanty (GGG LEGI CNRS, France)
Graphenofluids produced by hydrodynamic cavitation ‘on a chip’.
Miguel Angel Molina Garcia (BeDimensional S.p.A., Italy)
Hexagonal boron nitride-based anticorrosion protective systems
Artur Moreira Pinto (LEPABE, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal)  
Nanographene oxide high yield production and uses in phototherapy
Alessandro Porciello (CNR-ISOF, Italy)
Graphene-based heating mats
Zakaria Saadi (University of Exeter, UK)
Graphene for textile triboelectric nanogenerators
Anindita Sahoo (Grapheal, France)
Tunable Response Time in Highly Sensitive 0D/2D Materials Based Hybrid Infrared Photodetector
Philip Schäfer (Attocube Systems AG, Germany)
Real-space Mapping of Plasmons in Graphene using s-SNOM
Simon Skrzypczak (IEMN, France)
Non-linearity of rf switch based on 2D materials
Jinhua Sun (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
Real-time imaging of Na+ reversible intercalation in “Janus” graphene stacks for battery applications
Marilena Isabella Zappia (Bedimensional S.p.A., Italy)
2D gallium selenide (GaSe) and gallium sulfide (GaS) nanoflakes for photoelectrochemical (PEC)-type photodetectors
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