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Les Houches, France
17 - 22 January
  • Les Houches, France
  • 17 - 22 January

Graphene Study 2016


Graphene Study is specifically designed to develop outstanding researchers in graphene. Attendees discover new insights and acquire high-level expertise from leading experts in the field, combined with networking opportunities for your future career. The topic of Graphene Study 2016 was on energy, sensors, biomedicine and membranes.

Board of Chairs

VTT Technical Research Center of Finland

Dr Sanna Arpiainen


WP Sensors

Graphene Labs at the Italian Institute of Technology

Dr Francesco Bonaccorso


WP Energy

National Graphene Institute

Prof. Vladimir Falko


WP Fundamental science of graphene and other 2DM

The University of Manchester

Prof. Kostas Kostarelos


WP Biomedicine


Lecturers

13
  • Alberto Bianco Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology CNRS, FR
  • Aldo Di Carlo Department Electronics Engineering University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, IT
  • Andreas Isacsson Chalmers University of Technology, SW
  • N. Asger Mortensen Department of Photonics Engineering. DTU Fotonik, DK
  • Cecilia Menard-Moyon Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology CNRS, FR
  • Francesco Bonaccorso Graphene Lab. Italian Institute of Technology, IT
  • Jonas Nyvold Pedersen Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology DTU Nanotech, DK
  • Kostas Kostarelos School of Medicine The University of Manchester, UK
  • Paolo Bondavalli Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS Thales, FR
  • Rahul R. Nair School of Physics and Astronomy The University of Manchester, UK
  • Sanna Arpiainen VTT Technical Research Center of Finland, FI
  • Slaven Garaj Graphene Research Centre National University of Singapore, SG
  • Vito Di Noto Department of Industrial Engineering. University of Padua, IT

Scope

The programme of the Graphene Study 2016 was tailored in a way to give delegates and lecturers opportunities for free discussion and knowledge exchange. Along with tutorial lectures, a series of mini-workshops in small groups is planned to secure more direct contact between young and experienced researchers in the field. The third edition of the Graphene Flagship’s school on graphene covered four closely related topics:

  • Sensors
  • Energy
  • Membranes
  • Biomedicine

The Graphene Study 2016 was organised by the Graphene Flagship in collaboration with its Science and Technology Work Packages.

Graphene Week 2016

Delegates at the Graphene Study 2016
Poster session at the Graphene Study 2016
Lecture at the Graphene Study 2016
Graphene Study 2016 delegates