Graphene Flagship Graphene Week 2016

Graphene Week 2016. Next stop: Warsaw

From Manchester to Warsaw, the 11th edition of the international conference, Graphene Week will be held at the University of Warsaw, Poland.

Originating from 2006, Graphene Week has a long history of creating Europe’s most influential conference on graphene and related two-dimensional materials by bringing together international key experts and professionals from all around the world.

Up until now, Graphene Week has been staged in various locations across Europe. In 2014, the conference was sold out, which brought together over 450 professionals from 35 countries in Gothenburg, Sweden. At Graphene Week 2015, history is repeated with over 600 professionals from 37 countries.

Graphene Week 2016 will be held in the capital of Poland on the main campus of the University of Warsaw, the largest and one of the oldest academic institutions in the country. Founded in 1816, it has 49,000 students including 3,170 PhD students and 7,000 academic staff. The university is nestled in the heart of the city’s historic area on Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street, part of the Royal Route, one of the most beautiful places in Warsaw, near the Old Town, the Royal Castle and the National Theatre.


Graphene Week 2015




Graphene Suite – where art meets materials science (published 2015-06-26)

Bosch breakthrough in graphene sensor technology (published 2015-06-26)

Graphene Week 2015 – science highlights from day 1 (published 2015-06-25)

Graphene Focus 2015 – the journey so far (published 2015-06-24)  

Graphene Week 2015 – reviewing the 2d landscape (published 2015-06-24)  

Graphene Week 2015 – back to where it all started (published 2015-06-23) 


The Graphene Week 2015 will be held during 22 – 26 June 2015, in Manchester, UK. The conference is commissioned by the Graphene Flagship, with support from the University of Manchester, the National Graphene Institute (NGI), and the City of Manchester.   Its focus is on science, technology and emerging applications of graphene, related 2D materials and heterostructures.                           






Last Update: 26 June 2015 17:54

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