Posted: October 4, 2008

International nanotechnology symposium on graphene devices

(Nanowerk News) A significant progress in the formation of graphene, the demonstration of its exceptional electronic properties, and the possibility of creating electronic/photonic/spintronic devices on graphene have attracted significant attention among nanotechnology researchers within just a few years.
The International Symposium on Graphene Devices: Technology, Physics, and Modeling (ISGD 2008) aims to bring together the researchers actively working on the field of "Graphene Devices: technology, physics and modeling" so as to stimulate discussions on the state of the art.
ISGD 2008 will be held at the University of Aizu in Aizu-Wakamatsu, Fukushima Japan on November 17-19th, 2008. The technical program will include invited, oral, and poster presentations.
Invited Speakers

Prof. Tsuneya Ando Tokyo Tech., Japan

Prof. Alexander A. Balandin UC-Riverside, USA

Prof. Walt A. de Heer Georgia Tech, USA

Prof. Toshiaki Enoki Tokyo Tech., Japan

Prof. Jing Guo U. Florida, USA

Prof. Yurii E. Lozovik IS-RAS, Russia

Dr. Kostya Novoselov U. Manchester, UK

Prof. Ri-ichiro Saito Tohoku U., Japan

Dr. Thomas Seyller FAU Erlangen-Nurnberg, GER

Prof. Michael S. Shur RPI, USA

Prof. Vladimir A. Volkov IRE-RAS, Russia

Dr. Katsunori Wakabayashi Hiroshima U., Japan

Prof. Kanji Yoh Hokkaido U., Japan

Source: Tohoku University
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