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Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

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Symposium Chair

Wolfgang S. BacsaWolfgang S. Bacsa
Professor
University of Toulouse, France

Key Speakers

Jianshi TangHigh-Performance Carbon Nanotubes Electronics: Progress and Prospect
Jianshi Tang
Research Staff Member, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

Sundara RamaprabhuCarbon nanotubes-Polymer based Flexible Piezoresistive Strain Sensor for Wearable Device Applications
Sundara Ramaprabhu
Professor EG Ramachandran Institute Chair Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India

Walter de HeerEpigraphene: a realistic platform for graphene based nanoelectronics
Walter de Heer
Regents' Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

 

Symposium Sessions

Monday June 17

10:30Carbon Nanostructure Electronics & Devices
1:30Carbon Nanostructure Materials & Applications

Tuesday June 18

4:00Carbon Nanostructure Materials & Applications: Posters

Wednesday June 19

8:30Graphene Keynotes
10:30Graphene Material Innovations
1:30Graphene Manufacturing & Emerging Commercial Applications
3:40Commercial Markets for Graphene Materials

Symposium Program

Monday June 17

10:30Carbon Nanostructure Electronics & Devices
Epigraphene: a realistic platform for graphene based nanoelectronics
W. de Heer, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
Gap States Controlled Transmission Through 1D Metal-Nanotube Junction
U.N. Nandi, Scottish Church College, IN
Improvement of the exciton dissociation efficiency in hybrid polymer nanocomposite based OPV devices by the incorporation of carbon nanomaterials
B. Aïssa, A. Ali, MPB Technologies Inc., CA
Annealing (above 2000 °C) and doping treatments of carbon nanotube yarn for high electrical conductivity
Y. Dini, J. Faure-Vincent, J. Dijon, CEA (Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et au énergies alternatives), FR
UV Photo-response characterization of GO/Si based device
C. Bonavolontà, C. Aramo, C. Granata, A. Vettoliere, B. Ruggiero, P. Silvestrini, P. Ferraro, M. Ambrosio, M. Valentino, INFN, Sezione di Napoli, IT
1:30Carbon Nanostructure Materials & Applications
Carbon nanotubes-Polymer based Flexible Piezoresistive Strain Sensor for Wearable Device Applications
S. Vetrivel, K. Balasubramanian, R. Sundara, Indian Institute of Tehcnology Madras, IN
Controlling growth end-point of horizontally suspended multi-walled carbon nanotubes to achieve end-on contacts for in-situ fabrication of solar devices
J. Iyer, P. Comita, D. Cooke, M. Cheponis, M. McAuliffe, L.H. Cooke, NovaSolix, US
Characterization of thermos-physical properties of a carbon nanotube wire
A. Mariet, J.P. Monchau, V. Feuillet, L. Ibos, M. Kremer, THEMACS Ingénierie, FR
Laser-Carbon Interactions
R.L. Vander Wal, J. Abrahamson, Penn State University, US
SORPTION CAPACITY AND ELECTRICAL CAPACITANCE OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL CARBON NETWORKS
C. Rojas, N. Santacruz, V. Dorvilien, F. Mendoza, S. Michea, G. Morell, B.R. Weiner, University of Puerto Rico, US

Tuesday June 18

4:00Carbon Nanostructure Materials & Applications: Posters
Effective and clean technology of energy-efficient DLC coating for window glass
Zh.R. Panosyan, A.A. Drnoyan, S.S. Voskanyan, Y.V. Yengibaryan, National Polytechnic University of Armenia, AM
High Electrical Conductive Carbon Nano Grease based on Hydrogen Bonding
G. Christensen, J. Yang, H. Younes, G. Hong, D. Lou, H. Hong, C. Widener, R. Hrabe, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, US
High Thermally Conductive Carbon Nano Grease
G. Christensen, H. Younes, G. Hong, D. Lou, H. Hong, C. Widener, R. Hrabe, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, US
Concurrent Deposition of Diamond Like Carbon (DLC) And Polymer Like Carbon (PLC) With Imbedded Nano-Crystallites Carbon By Plasma CVD
A. Bhaduri, Amity University Haryana Gurgaon, IN
Aluminum Carbon Nanotube (A1-CNT) Composotes reinforced by CNTs coated with Al using Electroless Deposition
M. Elsharkawi, A. Esawi, Alphastar Corporation, US
Characterization of PVA based CNT nanofibers for electrochemical sensing
P. Vilchis, J. Hernández, J. Chanona, R. Estrada, Universidad Iberoamericana, MX
Electrical properties of networks of aligned carbon nanotube sheets in liquid crystals
M. Murali, H. Agha, D. Suh, G. Scalia, University of Luxembourg, LU
Synthesis of Ultra-Long Carbon Nanotubes on Bulk Metal Catalysts via Directed Feed-Gas Delivery
S. Bauman, J. Clendenin, M. Leftwich, Nanomatronix, LLC, US
A bimetallic decorated carbon nanofibers based electrode for electrochemical supercapacitors: Excellent energy and power density
Y. Son, H.Y. Lee, D.K. Shah, M.S. Akhtar, O-B. Yang, Chonbuk National University, KR

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

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Topics & Application Areas

  • Carbon Nanotube Based Devices
  • CNT Structure: MWNT, SWNT, DWNT
  • Carbon Nanostructures in Advanced Composite Materials
  • Aerospace Industry Applications
  • Solar & Battery Applications
  • Biomedical Applications
  • Novel Synthesis & Manufacturing Methods
  • Graphene Synthesis & Applications
  • Characterization of CNS Materials & Devices
  • Other
 
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