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Atomically thin materials: fundamental science and applications

07-09 April 2014

Peter Chalk Centre, Streatham Campus
University of Exeter (UK)

The focus of this workshop will be on the fundamental science and applications of graphene and other emerging atomically thin materials such as metal dichalcogenides. It will bring together leading scientists in the field to report on the latest advances in the understanding of the physical properties and potential applications of these two-dimensional materials and their heterostructures. A large number of invited reviews will cover a broad range of fundamental and applied aspects, allowing the identification of new research topics requiring urgent investigation. In addition the conference programme will incorporate contributed talks and a poster session as well as time reserved for informal discussions. The workshop will also serve as a forum to excite and inspire participating students and junior scientists.

A campus university with an international atmosphere, the University of Exeter offers the ideal venue for Graphene and Related Materials 2014. The chosen time slot in April falls over the semester break, which allows for the use of lecture halls and on-campus accommodation.

This workshop is organized by Prof S. Russo (University of Exeter), Prof S. Bending (University of Bath) and Mrs D. Lee (University of Exeter).

Contact: graphene2014@exeter.ac.uk

Please see the University's web pages on travelling to Streatham Campus and for a map of the campus.

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