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Hindås, Sweden
1 - 6 July 2018
  • Hindås, Sweden
  • 1 - 6 July 2018

Graphene Study Summer 2018


The Graphene Study 2018, summer edition, titled 2D materials for environment and energy applications, delved into deeper aspects of how things work, exploring experimenters' techniques in studying energy and environmental applications for graphene, mainly filtration and energy storage technologies. Leading academic and industry experts from around the world provided delegates with their insights on topics from nanofluidics and power generation to desalination using graphene.

Chair

THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

Rahul Raveendran Nair



Lecturers

12
  • Rahul Raveendran Nair, The University of Manchester, UK
  • Francesco Bonaccorso, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Paolo Bondavalli, Thales Research & Technology, France
  • Mónica Pérez Cabero, COST Association, Belgium
  • Rohit Karnik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Jari Kinaret, Graphene Flagship, Sweden
  • Marcelo Lozada-Hidalgo, The University of Manchester, UK
  • Manuela Melucci, The Institute of Organic Synthesis and Photore-activity, CNR, Italy
  • David A. Pacheco, TanakaTecnalia, Spain
  • Aleksandra Radenovic, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Elsebeth Schröder, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  • Jian ZhangTU, Dresden, Germany

Scope

Graphene Study is a component of the Graphene Flagship that aims to build a tightly integrated community and create new direct communication channels between young and experienced researchers in the field. We consider Graphene Study to be an important tool in fostering the next generation of graphene researchers and a key element in the continuous renewal of the flagship during its journey.

The Graphene Flagship’s mission is to take graphene and related 2D materials from academic laboratories to society by creating new products and employment opportunities, and boosting economic growth in Europe. This can only be achieved by educating new experts for academia and industry alike, and by strengthening the industrial value chain from materials to components and systems.

Session Topics

  • MoS2 Nanopores – 2D sensing platforms
  • Desalination Using Graphene
  • Graphene Based Adsorbents for Water Remediation
  • Advanced Synthetic Strategies for Chemical Manipulation of Graphene Adsorbents
  • Tunable Graphene Based Membranes
  • Proton Transport through Atomically-Thin Electron Clouds
  • Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials: Fascinating Candidates for Rechargeable Batteries
  • Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for Microsupercapacitors
  • Nanoporous Polyaromatic 2D Membranes
  • Supercapacitors Based on Graphene
  • New 2D Materials for Energy Based Applications
  • Nanoporous Atomically Thin Graphene Membranes for Water Purification and Bio/Chemical Separations

Graphene Study Gallery

Group photo at the Graphene Study Summer 2018
Poster session Graphene Study Summer 2018
Delegates at the Graphene Study Summer 2018
Delegates in a boat at the Graphene Study Summer 2018