|Apr 13, 2020|
CarbonHagen goes online during the lock-down(Nanowerk News) The Carbonhagen conference series (2010-2019) is temporarily revived as CarbOnlineHagen to support the research community and open exchange of ideas and results in spring 2020, within the field of 2D materials – science and technology.
|The format is simple. A 40 minute talk is given by a high-level speaker. Moderators will try to answer questions during the talk, and there will be 20 minutes of open discussion with the speaker after that.|
|Registration is free, but required to get a link. The participant limit is 150, and the organizers only guarantee links to the first 150.|
|The meeting is organised by the DNRF Centre for Nanostructured Graphene and the NANOMADE section at the Physics department at the Technical University of Denmark. Contact the organisers: Peter Bøggild and Antti-Pekka Jauho at ([email protected]).|
|Cedric Huyghebaert from Imec will speak on Friday, April 17, and provide updates on the progress towards integration of graphene in a 300 mm silicon production line, an area where Imec is the world leader.|
|Frank Coppens from ICFO will be the guest on April 23 and guide participants into the realm of 2D quantum nanophotonics, which in the recent 2 years have taken some unexpected "turns" due to the emergence of twisted bilayer physics.|
|More speakers will be added soon.|
|Source: Technical University of Denmark|
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