Graphene Week 2013
2-7 June 2013, Chemnitz, Germany
A big thank you to all of our fantastic participants! See you next year in Sweden!
Picture by Mikael Syväjärvi
|The 7th International Conference on the Fundamental Science of Graphene and Applications of Graphene-Based Devices is devoted to the science and technology of graphene, investigation of its physical properties, advances in its growth and chemical processing, manufacturing graphene-based devices, and emerging applications of this new material. Organised by the Graphene Community for the Graphene Community, it focusses on sharing the latest developments across disciplinary borders and connecting the international graphene community.|
There will be ample time for discussion and networking during coffee breaks, the shared lunch and the networking evening & dinner. The event will start with a Welcome Reception on Sunday, 2 June in the afternoon and end on Friday, lunchtime with a wrap-up and outlook session.
Registrations are now open. Join colleagues from labs, universities, journals and research institutes from all of the world at Graphene Week 2013. Our convenors offer a subsidised rate for PhD students and our partners have contributed two poster prizes.
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Thomas Seyller, TU Chemnitz
Organising CommitteeXinliang Feng, MPI Mainz, DEDaniel Neumaier, AMO GmbH, DEKlaus Richter, University of Regensburg, DEBjörn Trauzettel, University of Würzburg, DE
Programme CommitteeEva Andrei, Rutgers University, USKlaus Ensslin, ETH Zürich, CHVladimir Falko, University of Lancaster, UKIrina Grigorieva, University of Manchester, UKPaco Guinea, University of Madrid, ES Tony Heinz, Columbia University, USTomas Palacios, MIT, USVincenzo Palermo, CNR Bologna, ITMarcos Pimenta, University of Minas Gerais, BR Marek Potemski, CNRS Grenoble, FRPetra Rudolf, University of Groningen, NLLieven Vandersypen, TU Delft, NL