Carbonhagen 2017

...is a two-day symposium on graphenecarbon nanotubes, and other two-dimensional or layered nanomaterials jointly organised by the Technical University of Denmark, University of Copenhagen and Århus University. The symposium will cover mechanical, electronic, chemical and optical properties, device fabrication, integration and applications of the emerging family of 2D materials, to give the best possible picture of the state of the research field anno 2017, and its future direction. 

Poster : print it, hang it!

Please download and print out the poster, and put it up where your colleagues and students can see it!

Keynote speakers
Kaustav Banerjee, UC Santa Barbara, US (abstract)
Klaus Ensslin, ETH Zurich, CH 
(abstract)
Vincent Meunier, Rensselaer PI,
US (abstract)
Jonathan Coleman, CRANN, Trinity College Dublin, IR (abstract)

Invited speakers
Eric Pop, Stanford University, US (abstract)
Maria Asensio, SOLEIL, FR (abstract)
Sarah HaighManchester University, UK (abstract)
Alexey ChernikovRegensburg University, DE (abstract)
Roman Gorbachev, Manchester University, UK 
Saroj Prasai Dash, Chalmers University, SE (abstract)
Alexey Nikitin, CIC Nanogune, ES (abstract)
Helge Weman, NTNU, Crayonano, NO (abstract)
Alexander Croy, TU Dresden, DE (abstract)
Francesco Bonaccorso, IIT, IT

Contributed speakers
Arkady Krasheninnikov, HZDR, DE (abstract)
Adolfo De Sanctis, Univ Exeter, UK (abstract)
Sergey Slizovskiy, Univ. Manchester, UK (abstract)
Emil Bjerglund, Århus University, DK (abstract)
Mattia Scardamaglia, Univ Mons, BE (abstract)

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Deadlines

Registration is possible until 160 participant limit is reached. 
IF you want to participate in the nice dinner, register before August 3. 

Abstracts for posters can be submitted until 3 days before the meeting. IF you want your poster to be visible online and in the abstract book, we need to have it (and accept it) before July 26.

Talks are fully booked... 

Venue

Lundbeckfond Auditorium 
University of Copenhagen 
Ole Måløesvej 5, 2100 Copenhagen Ø. 
(see map)