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  The Co-organizers list is provisional and updated on April 18th, 2019. Others Co-organizers will be added, accordingly to the progress of event organization.

Graphene and 2D Materials, progresses and challenges

 

WS.III

 

Graphene and 2D Materials, progresses and challenges

 

June 13-14

 


WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

Fabrizio PIRRI, Polytechnic of Turin
Andrea LAMBERTI, Polytechnic of Turin
Vittorio MORANDI, CNR-IMM, Bologna
Luca ORTOLANI, CNR-IMM, Bologna

 
 organized by
POLITO IMM

In the last years graphene-based research has witnessed an incredible expansion, which, for example, in Europe has culminated with the launch of the Graphene Flagship. Moreover, not only graphene but a wide class of 2D materials beyond graphene (Silicene, Phosporene, BN, MoS2) were attracting the interest of both research institutions and private stakeholders.

The aim of the symposium is to bring together scientists working on different technological uses not only of graphene, but also of 2D materials beyond graphene, in a multidisciplinary, academic and industrial environment, to disclose and discuss challenges and opportunities of this new class of materials.

More in detail, the symposium will be focused on three different sessions. The first one will be focused on “Synthesis and characterization of 2D nanomaterial”, highlighting some keynote advancement in this field, namely emerging classes of 2D monoelemental lattices beyond graphene, advanced anisotropic synthesis strategies of graphene materials and 2D transition metal dichalcogenides as well as recent advancements in advanced characterization of 2D materials.

The second one will be on “2D nanomaterial for energy harvesting and storage application”, and will provide an overview on the recent developments of in the application on 2D materials in energy harvesting and storage devices, with talks on third generation photovoltaics, mechanical nanogenerators, salinity gradient power and electrochemical energy storage technologies (rechargeable batteries and supercapacitor) covering several aspects of their fabrication and characterization toward their industrialization.

The third one will focus on "Technological integration and processing of 2D nanomaterials" and will aim at discussing the technological exploitation and integration of graphene and 2D materials, from the development of a CMOS-compatible technological strategy for the wafer scale integration of these class of materials, up to the capabilities offered by the chemical approaches.

 

 

13 June

11:00 - 12:30
Synthesis and characterization of 2D nanomaterial
WS.III.1 - TT.VI.E
 In collaboration with: Polytechnic of Turin and CNR-IMM
 SYNOPSIS
WS.III.1.1
TT.VI.E.1 

Carlo GRAZIANETTI CV
CNR-IMM, Agrate
Silicene and the X-enes for a new nanotechnology platform

WS.III.1.2
TT.VI.E.2

Cristina AFRICH
CNR-IOM, Trieste
In-operando atomic-scale study of graphene CVD growth on corrugated polycrystalline nickel

WS.III.1.3
TT.VI.E.3

Giuseppe VALERIO BIANCO CV
CNR-NANOTEC
Chemical strategies to improve CVD graphene’s functionalities in technological applications

WS.III.1.4
TT.VI.E.4

Marco FONTANA CV
IIT@Polito
An insight into Laser Induced Graphene and MoS2 as 2D active materials for nanotechnology applications

Chair: Vittorio MORANDI, CNR-IMM, Bologna
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
2D nanomaterial for energy harvesting and storage application
WS.III.2 - TT.VII.F
 In collaboration with:  Polytechnic of Turin and CNR-IMM
 SYNOPSIS
WS.III.2.1 
TT.VII.F.1
Antonio AGRESTI
CHOSE University of Rome Tor Vergata
Emerging 2D materials for perovskite photovoltaics
WS.III.2.2
TT.VII.F.2

Sebastiano BELLANI
IIT, Genova
Design and large-scale production of 2D materials for energy conversion and storage applications

WS.III.2.3
TT.VII.F.3

Mara SERRAPEDE CV
IIT@Polito
Few-layer mixed 1T-2H phase MoS2 as electrode material in supercapacitor and catalyst for hydrogen evolution reaction

WS.III.2.4
TT.VII.F.4

Hui SHAO CV
Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
2D MXene materials for electrochemical energy storage

Chairs: Vittorio MORANDI, CNR-IMM, Bologna & Andrea LAMBERTI, Polytechnic of Turin
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
Technological integration and processing of 2D nanomaterials
WS.III.3 - TT.VIII.A  
In collaboration with:  Polytechnic of Turin and CNR-IMM 
 SYNOPSIS
WS.III.3.1
TT.VIII.A.1

Sergio PEZZINI CV
CNI@NEST, IIT Pisa
Toward wafer-scale integration of graphene single crystals arrays

 WS.III.3.2
TT.VIII.A.2

Maurizio CASALINO CV
CNR-IMM Napoli
Near-infrared all-silicon Schottky photodetectors: New perspectives through graphene

WS.III.3.3
TT.VIII.A.3

Damiano MARIAN
University of Pisa
Simulations of devices based on two-dimensional materials

 WS.III.3.4
TT.VIII.A.4

Stefano STASSI CV
Polytechnic of Turin
Fabrication and of graphene nanomechanical resonators and defects and residual stress analysis through non-invasive characterization approach

Chairs: Vittorio MORANDI, CNR-IMM, Bologna & Andrea LAMBERTI, Polytechnic of Turin


updated to June 4th, 2019



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