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Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Carbon Nano Structures & Devices

Symposium Co-Chairs

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

Christopher SimsChristopher Sims
Research Chemist
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Key Speakers

Yury Gogotsi2D Carbides (MXenes) Open New Horizons in the World of Carbon-Based Materials
Yury Gogotsi
Charles T. and Ruth M. Bach Professor, Drexel University

Aaron D. FranklinNanoscale carbon for print-in-place electronics
Aaron D. Franklin
James L. and Elizabeth M. Vincent Associate Professor, Duke University

Jingsong HuangCarbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion and Storage: From Li-S battery, Supercapacitor, to Nitrogen Fixation
Jingsong Huang
R&D Staff, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Michael JakubinekA nanotube fabric approach for multifunctional composites
Michael Jakubinek
Research Officer, Division of Emerging Technologies, National Research Council Canada

James M. Tour James M. Tour
Professor
Rice University

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Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 30

10:30Graphene Materials Innovations
1:30Carbon Nano Structure Composite Innovations
1:30Graphene Manufacturing & Emerging Commercial Applications
4:00Graphene & 2D-Materials - Posters

Wednesday July 1

8:30Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Keynotes
10:30Carbon Nanotube Processing
1:30Carbon Nano Structures & Devices
4:00Carbon Nano Structures & Devices - Posters

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 30

10:30Graphene Materials Innovations
Session chair: Elena Polyakova, Graphene Laboratories, Inc., US, Anirudha V. Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Chemical and Structural Manipulation of Graphene and other 2D Nanomaterials for Electronics and Optoelectronics
V. Berry, University of Illinois, Chicago, US
Scalable production of graphene using electrochemical exfoliation and applications to RF heating
M. Green, Texas A&M University, US
Engineering the band-gap and optical properties of graphene by binding with low-concentration fluorine
Y. Duan, B. Chorpening, C.D. Stinespring, DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory, US
Low cost, vacuum and hydrogen-free synthesis of few layer graphene sheets from biomass based hydrocarbon
R. Kundu, H. Ramsurn, The University of Tulsa, US
Reduced and Functionalized Graphene Oxide: Opportunities for Large Scale Applications
B. Gjoka, R. Wendelbo, Abalonyx As, NO
Recent Progress Demonstrating the Safety of Graphene
J.D. Ede, J.A. Shatkin, K.J. Ong, Vireo Advisors, CA
1:30Carbon Nano Structure Composite Innovations
Session chair: Christopher Sims, NIST, US, Xindi Yu, The Dow Chemical Company, US
A nanotube fabric approach for multifunctional composites
M.B. Jakubinek, Y. Martinez Rubi, B. Ashrafi, B. Simard, C.T. Kingston, National Research Council Canada, CA
A Multiscale Approach to Optimizing Strength and Elongation of Carbon Nanotube-Elastomer Adhesives for use in Military Ground Vehicles
R. Hart, D. Tzelepis, M. Haq, US Army CCDC Ground Vehicle Systems Center, US
Flat graphene in Polymers for Advanced Composites
K. Song, W. Xu, S. Jambhulkar, Arizona State University Polytechnic, US
3D Graphene Foam for Engineering Advanced Multifunctional Composites
P. Nautiyal, A. Idowu, L. Embrey, J. Bustillos, T. Thomas, C. Zhang, B. Boesl, A. Agarwal, Florida International University, US
Twisted polymeric and CNT yarn-based actuators and energy harvesters
M. Dias Lima, LINTEC of America, US
Controlling the Nanostructure of Graphitization in C-C composites via Graphene Additive
M. Singh, R.L. Vander Wal, Penn State University, US
Graphene films for enhancing through thickness conductivity and fracture toughness of carbon fiber-based aerospace composites
P. Lamichhane, D.R. Dhakal, S. Chaudhari, R. Vaidyanathan (presenter), Oklahoma State University, US
1:30Graphene Manufacturing & Emerging Commercial Applications
Session chair: Anirudha V. Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US, Elena Polyakova, Graphene Laboratories, Inc., US
Graphene-enhanced composite materials
E. Polyakova, Graphene 3D Labs, US
Beyond Superlubricity: Manipulating friction at an unprecedented level
A. Sumant, Argonne National Laboratory, US
Is The Tipping Point For Graphene Commercialisation Approaching?
R. Collins, K. Ghaffarzadeh, IDTechEx, UK
Room Temperature Growth and Investiagtion of Electrical Properties of Amorphous Boron Nitride
C.L. Arnold, M. Dockins, C. Muratore, N.R. Glavin, N.D. Shepherd, A.A. Voevodin, University of North Texas, US
A facile one-pot process for graphene mass production from coal
R.L. Mahajan, Virginia Tech, US
4:00Graphene & 2D-Materials - Posters
Large area fabrication of graphene based fabrics for multifunctional e-textiles in energy harvesting and chemical warfare agent sensing applications.
Y. Jin, D. Ka, H. Jung, D. Heo, S. Lee, Agency for Defense Development, KR
Effect of Optimization Parameters on Photocatalytic Performance of g-C3N4 towards Industrial Wastewater Treatment and Antibacterial Activity
D.R. Paul, S.P. Nehra, Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Scienece and Technology, IN
Investigation of Two-Dimensional Layered Perovskites on Optoelectronic Properties, Composition and Their Application in Solar Cells
M-C Tang, S. Zhang, C.A. Hacker, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), US
An Efficient Way To Suppress the Competition between Adsorption of H2 and Desorption of nH2–Nb Complex from Graphene Sheet: A Promising Approach to H2 Storage
O. Faye, University of Saskachewan, CA

Wednesday July 1

8:30Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Keynotes
Converting Nanoparticles into Functional Materials
P. Bishop, Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, UK
Flash Graphene
J. Tour, Rice University, US
Sustainably Produced Nano-structured Calcium Silicate (CaSil) - A Versatile Material and its Industrial and Environmental Remediation Applications
J.H. Johnston, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
Nanomanufacturing Research, Advanced Manufacturing Program and Funding Opportunities at NSF
K. Cooper, National Science Foundation, US
10:30Carbon Nanotube Processing
Session chair: Wolfgang S. Bacsa, University of Toulouse, France
Determining SWCNT Extraction Conditions in Aqueous Two-Polymer Phase Extraction with Near-Infrared Fluorescence
C.M. Sims, J.A. Fagan, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
Macroscopically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes for Efficient Thermophotovoltaic Energy Conversion
C.F. Doiron, W. Gao, X. Li, J. Kono, G.V. Naik, Rice University, US
Dynamic chemical vapor deposition of carbon nanotubes: toward tailoring nucleation density and collective catalyst deactivation
J. Lee, M. Abdulhafez, G. Tomaraei, M. Bedewy, University of Pittsburgh, US
A new category of CNT-Carbon hybrid materials for energy storage applications
R. Prada Silvy, CHASM Advanced Materials, US
Manufacturing of Ultra-thin, free-standing CNT membranes
M. Dias Lima, LINTEC of America, US
1:30Carbon Nano Structures & Devices
Session chair: Wolfgang S. Bacsa, University of Toulouse, France, Christopher Sims, NIST, US
Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion and Storage: From Li-S battery, Supercapacitor, to Nitrogen Fixation
J. Huang, B.G. Sumpter, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Nanoscale carbon for print-in-place electronics
A. Franklin, Duke University, US
Additive manufacturing of 3D architectures with 0D/1D/2D materials
K. Fu, University of Delaware, US
Lightweight Non-metal Electrical Conductor: Carbon Nanotube/Carbon Fibers with High Strength and Electrical Conductivity
S. Zhang, Yu. Dessureault, C. Jolowsky, A. Hao, J.G. Park, R. Liang, Florida State University, US
Highly Conductive Transparent Carbon Nanotube Thin Films
H. Li, Atom Inc, US
4:00Carbon Nano Structures & Devices - Posters
Electronically Pure Single-Chirality Semiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube for Large-Scale Electronic Devices
H. Li, Atom Inc, US
Examples of Classical and Nonclassical Symmetric Fullerenes
F.J. Sanchez-Bernabe, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, MX
Fabrication of Aligned and Random CNT films for flexible electronics, energy harvesting and artificial muscles
M.D. Lima, LINTEC of America, US
Natural Gas Conversion to Value-Added Carbon Materials Using Microwave Plasma Technology
R. Kumal, A. Gharpure, A. Mantri, K. Zeller, V. Viswanathan, G. Skoptsov, R. Vander Wal, Penn State University, US
On diamagnetic response of composite graphene and graphite nanostructures
A. Rzhevskii, S. Chahid, R. Dulal, S. Teknowijoyo, A. Gulian, Thermo Fisher Scientific, US
Theoretical Studies of Catalytic Mechanism of Electrolyte Additives for Cycle Life Improvement of Nanoporous Carbon-Based Li-S Battery
J. Huang, J. Zhou, B.G. Sumpter, J. Jakowski, P.R.C. Kent, C. Liang, S.C. Smith, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
Direct Laser-Induced Nanocarbon Formation on Flexible Polymers: Tailoring Porous and Fibrous Morphologies
M. Abdulhafez, M. Bedewy, University of Pittsburgh, US
Static and free vibration analysis of Functionally Graded Carbon Nanotubes reinforced composite nano plate
A. Harsha, S.J. Singh, Government Engineering College Bikaner, IN
 
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