CarbonHagen goes online during the lock-down

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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