Graphene and Applications

Bernd Beschoten RWTH Aachen University Germany
Graphene: A membrane with steadily improving charge and spin transport properties

Genda Chen Missouri University of Science and Technology USA
Graphene Application in Fiber Optic Sensors for Corrosion Monitoring

Tianxing Ma Beijing Normal University China
Magnetism and superconductivity in monolayer and twisted-bilayer graphene

Masao Nagase Tokushima University Japan
Single-crystal graphene on SiC substrate for future electronic devices

Kyungsun Moon Yonsei University South Korea
Theory of Graphene-based Plasmonic Switch

Yongyi Zhang Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, Chinese Academy of Sciences China
The controllable assembly, properties modulation and functional applications of carbon nanotube/ graphene fibers

Seiji Sakai National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology QST Japan
Structures and spintronic properties of novel graphene/half-metal heterostructures

Tianbao Ma Tsinghua University China
Tribology of graphene-based materials

Suriani Abu Bakar Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris Malaysia
Titanium Dioxide/Agglomerated-Free Reduced Graphene Oxide Hybrid Photoanode Film for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Photovoltaic Performance Improvement

Soon-Gil Yoon Chungnam National University South Korea
Transfer-Free Large-Scale High-Quality Monolayer Graphene Synthesized at Lower Temperatures than Boiling Point of Water

Muhammad Aniq Shazni Mohammad Haniff MIMOS Berhad – National Applied R&D Centre Malaysia
Low-temperature growth of graphene for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) detection

Kamlesh Patel University of Delhi South Campus India
Graphene properties in the microwave frequency range: Analysis using transmission line and network modelling

Sangho Bok Southern Utah University USA
Applications of functionalized graphene oxide in energetics

Jerzy P. Lukaszewicz Nicolaus Copernicus University Poland
Electroexfoliation Versus Wet Chemistry Exfoliations as a Preliminary Stage for 3D Functionalization of Graphene Flakes

Taiichi Otsuji Tohoku University Japan
Terahertz current-driven lasing and amplification in graphene-based vdW heterostructures

Georgy Fedorov Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Russia
Graphene based terahertz detectors as tunable plasmonic interferometers