TechConnect World 2019
 

Graphene & 2D-Materials

Graphene and 2D

Sponsored by:
Goodfellow

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Symposium Chairs

Anirudha V. SumantAnirudha V. Sumant
Scientist
Argonne National Labs

Elena PolyakovaElena Polyakova
Founder, Graphene Laboratories, Inc.; Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Advanced 2D Materials
National University of Singapore

Key Speakers

Deji AkinwandeUnconventional applications of 2D materials
Deji Akinwande
Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Austin

Ray GibbsRay Gibbs
President, Business Development
Haydale Graphene

Graham CrossGraham Cross
Professor of Physics
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Mark C. HersamEmerging Electronic and Energy Applications for Solution-Processed Two-Dimensional Materials
Mark C. Hersam
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University

Mauricio TerronesControlling Defects at the Atomic Scale in 2D materials: Enhanced Catalysis and Optical Emission
Mauricio Terrones
Professor, Director, Center for 2-Dimensional and Layered Materials, Penn State University

Aphrodite TomouInto the Future: Cross-Sector Adoption of 2D Materials
Aphrodite Tomou
Technical Specialist, Goodfellow Cambridge Ltd.

 

Symposium Sessions

Monday June 17

1:30Novel 2D Materials & Applications

Tuesday June 18

10:30Synthesis of Novel 2D materials
1:302D Materials: Electrical Optical & Thermal Properties
4:00Graphene 2D Materials I: Posters

Wednesday June 19

8:30Graphene Keynotes
10:30Graphene Material Innovations
1:30Graphene Manufacturing & Emerging Commercial Applications
3:40Commercial Markets for Graphene Materials
4:00Graphene 2D Materials II: Posters

Symposium Program

Monday June 17

1:30Novel 2D Materials & Applications
Into the Future: Cross-Sector Adoption of 2D Materials
A. Tomou, Goodfellow Cambridge Ltd., UK
Advances in superlubricity utilizing 2D materials"
A. Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Enabling Mask Free fabrication of 2D Architectures on Different Substrates via Aqueous Inks Precursors and CVD Synthesis
I. Kuljanishvili, D. Alameri, D. Karbach, R. Dong, L. Moore, Saint Louis University, US
High Yield, Bottom-Up Synthesis of Layered Metal Sulfides, Phosphides, and Selenides Using Thermal Annealing and Applications in Electronics and Electrochemistry
G.D. Nessim, Bar Ilan University, IL
Production of shelf-stable Ti3C2Tx MXene nanosheets
X. Zhao, T. Habib, E. Prehn, W. Sun, S.A. Shah, Y. Chen, Z. Tan, J. Lutkenhaus, M. Radovic, M.J. Green, Texas A&M University, US
Atomic precision control for two-dimensional materials at wafer scale
S-H Bae, J. Shim, W. Kong, D. Lee, J. Kim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Advanced Contact-Growth of WSe2 Monolayers
Z. Zhang, S. Chen, K. Kang, S. Fu, E-H Yang, Stevens Institute of Technology, US

Tuesday June 18

10:30Synthesis of Novel 2D materials
Controlling Defects at the Atomic Scale in 2D materials: Enhanced Catalysis and Optical Emission
M. Terrones, Pennsylvania State University, US
Low Cost, Low Temperature and Fast Growth of Electronic Grade 2D MoS2 Continuous Films
H. Medina, S.W. Tong, C. Manzano, W. Liao, W. Yang, L.K. Tan, W-W Tjiu, C. Zhu, D-Z Chi, Institute of Materials Research & Engineering, SG
FABRICATION OF TUNABLE BANDGAP FEW-LAYER MOS2 FILMS AND THEIR EMERGING APPLICATION IN TANDEM CELLS
X-M Zhang, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JP
Chemical Vapor Deposition Growth and Characterization of Iron-doped WS2 Monolayers
S. Fu, K. Kang, X. Wang, S. Chen, E-H Yang, Stevens Institute of Technology, US
Rotational Sputtering Growth of 6-inch Two-Dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenides Layers
J-W Chai, Institute of Materials research and Engineering, SG
Direct Patterned Growth of Molybdenum Disulfide Using a Focused-Ion Beam
J.A. Maurer, S.F. Bartolucci, U.S. Army RDECOM-ARDEC, US
1:302D Materials: Electrical Optical & Thermal Properties
Probing heat flow in large graphene bubbles with a single laser beam
W. Bacsa, University of Toulouse, FR
Twist Angle Dependent Thermal Conductivity of supported Twisted Bilayer Graphene by Raman Spectroscopy
G. Luis-Matos, A. Limbu, T. Perez, W. Weiner, B. Morell, University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras, US
Exploring the Electronic and Optoelectronic Properties of New Emerging 2D Materials and Devices
M.R. Amer, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology and University of California Los Angeles, US
Enhanced Thermal Boundary Conductance in Atomically Thin Ti3C2Tz MXene
Z. Hemmat, A. Salehi-Khojin, University of Illinois at Chicago, US
Spin-orbit splitting and electron-induced luminescence at vacancies and substitutional defects in monolayer WS2
B. Schuler, K. Cochrane, J.-H. Lee, C. Kastl, S. Refaely-Abramson, D. Qiu, S. Barja, C. Chen, N. Borys, F. Ogletree, S. Aloni, A. Schwartzberg, S. Louie, J. Neaton, and A. Weber-Bargioni, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, US
Tunable as-grown graphene contacts to semiconducting transition metal dichalcogenides
S. Subramanian, K. Xu, S. Moser, D. Deng, N.A. Simonson, D. Waters, J. Li, R.M. Feenstra, S.K. Fullerton-Shirey, J.A. Robinson, The Pennsylvania State University, US
4:00Graphene 2D Materials I: Posters
Two-Dimensional Layered Heterostructures of Graphene-Supported Transition-Metal Oxide Nanostructures
V.K. Srivastava, P. Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), IN
Production of pristine graphene by an ultrasound coupled with a rotor−stator in supercritical CO2 and assembling graphene-based supercapacito
Y. Zhao, Y. Gai, W. Wang, H. Tan, N. Song, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CN
Novel Semiconductor Nanofiber with Superb Charge Conductivity for Energy and Environmental Applications
W.W.F. Leung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK
Optimizing deposition of platinum nanoparticles on functionalized graphene oxide
N.U. Ahamad, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, BD
Hybrid graphene nanocomposite for anti-corrosion properties
S-Y Lee, R.L. Mahajan, Virginia Tech, US
Effect of Functionalization of Graphene on Mechanical Properties of Aluminum–Graphene Friction Stir Composites
S. Kar, J. Pandit, S-Y Lee, R.L. Mahajan, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, US
Effects of Wet Transfer on Photoluminescence of WS2
X. Wang, K. Kang, S. Fu, K. Godin, S. Chen, E-H Yang, Stevens Institute of technology, US
New and upcoming applications of graphene oxide and its derivates
R. Gulla, R. Wendelbo, Abalonyx AS, NO

Wednesday June 19

8:30Graphene Keynotes
Unconventional applications of 2D materials
R. Ge, D. Akinwande, University of Texas - Austin, US
Emerging Electronic and Energy Applications for Solution-Processed Two-Dimensional Materials
M.C. Hersam, Northwestern University, US
E. Polyakova, Graphene Laboratories, Inc., US
10:30Graphene Material Innovations
G. Cross, Trinity College, IR
Corrosion Resistant, Graphene-Like Carbon Coated Iron Oxide Nanocrystals Formed During Liquid Phase Synthesis
V.L. Colvin, Brown University, US
Extreme Straintronics of Graphene
R. Banerjee, V-H Nguyen, T. Granzier-Nakajima, L. Pabbi, A. Lherbier, J.-C. Charlier, M. Terrones, E. Hudson, Pennsylvania State University, US
Polarity governs atomic interaction through two-dimensional materials
W. Kong, H. Li, K. Qiao, J. Grossman, J. Kim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Characterization of Nanographene Product by Microwave-Assisted Plasma-Mediated Methane Pyrolysis
R.L. Vander Wal, M. Singh, K. Zeller, G. Skoptsov, Penn State University, US
Sustainable and versatile functionalization of graphene layers
M. Galimberti, V. Barbera, A. Bernardi, D. Locatelli, G. Prioglio, Politecnico di Milano, IT
1:30Graphene Manufacturing & Emerging Commercial Applications
R. Gibbs, Haydale Graphene, UK
Scalable production of graphene using electrochemical exfoliation in compressed reactors
M.J. Green, T.C. Achee, J.T. Hope, W. Sun, P. Lakhe, Texas A&M University, US
Wafer scale CVD Graphene: from Lab to Fab
J. de la Fuente, Graphenea Inc., US
Up-coming Industrial Applications of Graphene Oxide
S.H. Santos, R. Wendelbo, Abalonyx, NO
Graphene and Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Commercialization: Past, Present and Future
R. Collins, IDTechEx, UK
3:40Commercial Markets for Graphene Materials
Session chair: Terrance Barkan, The Graphene Council, US
P. Chinoy, XG Sciences, US
T. Jalloul, NanoXplore, CA
4:00Graphene 2D Materials II: Posters
Barrier Based Approach to Modify Vapor Phase Concentrations for High Quality MoS2 Growth
S.L. Wong, D. Chi, A*STAR, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore, SG
Graphene Based e-Textiles for EMG Analysis
F. Awan, L. Le, H-D Han, L. Trần, Bonbouton, US
Direct Chemical Conversion of Graphene to hexagonal Boron Nitride
Y. Liu, P. Zhu, M. Wang, K. Kang, E-H Yang, Stevens Institute of Technology, US
Hydrogen Evolution Catalyzed by A Sub-Stoichiometric Molybdenum Sulfide Two-Dimensional Structure
M. Yang, J.W. Chai, S.J. Wang, D.Z. Chi, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, SG
Nanoencapsulated graphene layers as sustainable confined reactor for organic reactions
V. Barbera, D. Moscatelli, L. Rubino, M. Galimberti, Politecnico di Milano, IT
Fabrication of Self-powered Heterostructure MoS2 / Cu2O Photoelectrochemical Biosensor
C-Tng Kuo, Q-H Gong, R-Y Pan, H-C Wang, National Sun Yat-sen University, TW
Enhanced dual (T1-and T2-weighted) MRI contrast by single core iron oxide nanoparticles
A. Lavin, B. Thapa, G. Morell, B.R. Weiner, Universidad de Puerto Rico, US
Preparation, characterization and mechanical properties of MXene/PMMA composite
I. Pesic, V. Radojevic, M. Barsoum, N. Tomic, N. Romcevic, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, RS
Coating two-dimensional MoS2 with polymer creates a corrosive non-uniform interface
Q.H. Thi, H. Kim, J. Zhao, T.H. Ly, City University of Hong Kong, HK
Electrochemical Conversion of Energy and Chemicals Using Conductive Nanomaterials and Wettability
Y. Zhu, Y. Zhu, Beihang University, CN

There is considerable excitement surrounding graphene and other 2D materials - materials that can provide exceptional thermal, electrical, optical, barrier and mechanical properties. This special symposium will bring industry and academic leaders together as we go beyond the fundamental research to explore innovations in synthesis and production, and highlight the applications potential of these remarkable materials. Submit an abstract and plan to share your research and innovations at this dynamic event.

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Topics & Application Areas

  • Synthesis of Novel 2D Materials
  • Electrical & Optical Properties
  • Composite Materials
  • Devices (Including Flexible Wearable Electronics)
  • Energy Storage Applications
  • Biological Applications
  • Novel Applications
  • Mechanical & Tribological Applications
  • Emerging Commercial Applications
  • Other
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