Nanotechnology for Defense – 2D Materials

Session Organizers:

Dan Kaplan, U.S. Army RDECOM-ARDEC, USA
Grzegorz Hader, U.S. Army RDECOM-ARDEC, USA 

 

Arend van der Zande University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign USA
Slip and deformation at 2D material heterointerfaces

S.V. Prabhakar Vattikuti Yeungnam University South Korea
Two-dimensional (2D) Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) based photocatalysts for photocatalytic degradation of pollutants and hydrogen production

Qing-Qing Sun Fudan University China
Atomic Layer Deposition of 2D Materials and Devices

Grzegorz Hader US ARMY RDECOM-ARDEC USA
Computational Study of Strained Platinum Catalysts for 2D Nanosheet Growth

Ruth Pachter Air Force Research Laboratory USA
Atomic-Level Characterization of 2D Optical and Electronic Nanostructures by Theoretical Analysis

Xiaohui Li Shaanxi Normal University China
Ultrafast lasers based on 2D materials

Ming Yu University of Louisville USA
Anisotropic and Nonlinear Mechanical Properties in Two-dimensional Nanomaterials

G. P. Das Jointly with Department of Physics and School of Nano Science & Technology India
First-principles Design of 2D materials for Energy Harnessing Applications

Xiaocha Wang Tianjin University of Technology China
Electronic Structure of Monolayer Carbon Nitrides Based Heterostructures

Gaetano Granozzi University of Padova Italy
Hybrid nanoarchitectures for sustainable energetics starting from 2D materials

Shibo Li Beijing Jiaotong University China
Rapid synthesis and stability of 2D Ti3C2 nanosheets

Dan Kaplan U.S. Army RDECOM-ARDEC USA
2D Catalysts for Electrochemical Remediation