News from the University of Nova Gorica
A summer school and new results on Ti3C2 MXene
Researchers at the Graphene Flagship Associated Member University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia) are doing exciting research on organic matter physics. For example, they observed that charge carriers, once confined to two dimensions, can play funny tricks: Solution-cast thin films of Ti3C2 MXene flakes demonstrated surprisingly high charge carrier mobility, comparable to that measured in a single Ti3C2 flake.
"These and similar phenomena bring excitement to our everyday graphene research at the University of Nova Gorica. We aim to transfer our knowledge to future generations," says Egon Pavlica of the University of Nova Gorica.
Between July 3rd and 14th, the University is organising a summer school dedicated to training talents in the field of nanotechnology, industry 4.0, and entrepreneurship. Students from both technical and non-technical fields are kindly invited to take advantage of this excellent opportunity to broaden their knowledge and upgrade their skills. Registrations are still open.
This is the first of four schools within the REGINNA 4.0, which will connect students with academics, businesses, public bodies, and non-governmental organizations to explore innovations, business development, and the transfer of ideas from the laboratory to the market. The Summer School is organized in a hybrid mode (in-person and online) within the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) framework. Upon successfully completing the examination, participants will receive an EIT-labelled certificate equivalent to 3 ECTS points.
Conference registration and attendance are free of charge.