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25 October 2021
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  • 25 October 2021

Japan-EU Workshop 2021


The 5th Japan-EU Workshop on Graphene and Related 2D Materials will be held online on 25 October 2021. The workshop aims at being a forum for the exchange of experiences, practices and ideas related to the current and emerging topics associated with the fundamental materials synthesis, physics and devices for graphene and related 2D materials. During this event, major scientific achievements, most urgent open questions and newly identified challenges will be addressed. Additional objective will be to explore further possibilities for collaborative research opportunities between researchers in Europe and Japan.

Workshop chairs:

Taiichi Otsuji
Japan

Taiichi Otsuji


Jari Kinaret, Graphene Flagship Director
Sweden

Jari Kinaret


Programme chairs:

Tomoki Machida
Japan

Tomoki Machida


Mikito Koshino
Japan

Mikito Koshino


Camilla Coletti
Italy

Camilla Coletti


Christoph Stampfer
Germany

Christoph Stampfer


Practical Information

Registration is open to Graphene Flagship Core Project and Associated Members and Japanese delegates.

Registration will close on 22 October 2021, noon CEST (Brussels, Paris time)

 

Contact
For more information, please contact graphene-eu@esf.org

 

This is a follow up to the EU-Japan Workshop held in Pisa, Italy on 18 – 20 November 2019.


Invited Speakers

10

Stephan Roche, Fundacio Institut Catala de Nanociencia i Nanotecnologia (ICN2), Spain

Peter Bøggild, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Giulio Cerullo, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy

Annick Loiseau, National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), France

Saroj Dash, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Toshiya Ideue, Tokyo University, Japan

Yasumitshu Miyata, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

Masato Sakano, Tokyo University, Japan

Michihisa Yamamoto, Riken, Japan

Rai Moriya, IIS, University of Tokyo, Japan