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Posted: Jul 02, 2013

The largest European event on graphene is back

(Nanowerk News) The organizers of Graphene 2014 (4th edition - Graphene conference series) are pleased to announce the upcoming International Conference on Graphene to be held in Toulouse (France), home of Airbus. The event will be held from 6 to 9 of May 2014 at the Centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis.
A Plenary session with internationally renowned speakers, extensive thematic workshops in parallel, an important industrial exhibition carried out with the latest Graphene trends and developments for the future and a brokerage event will be some of the features. The event will give special attention to the Research Centers around the World and an area dedicated to this purpose will be set. The event will also feature the dynamics of French research including aspects of industrial research, particularly in the south of France.
The event will gather the Graphene community, including scientists, engineers and industrials, but also Graphene Research centres, investors and representatives of funding policies. Well known speakers will present the latest trends in the field. Following the last three editions, it is expected that the event will gather a high number participants to talk about graphene and the global graphene technology revolution.
Graphene 2014 is now an established event, attracting global participant’s intent on sharing, exchanging and exploring new avenues of graphene-related scientific and commercial developments. Professor Albert Fert (Nobel Prize in Physics 2007) is the first plenary speaker announced.
Further news will be announced soon.
Source: Phantoms Foundation
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