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2D MATERIALS AND BEYOND

2D materials are a broad topic that covers a variety of different materials and applications. These types of materials consist of single layers of atoms, which make up crystalline materials. One of the most well-known 2D material is graphene, but research is being done on a myriad of different 2D materials. Applications of these materials range from electronics, sensors, lightweight composite materials, photovoltaics, medicine, quantum dots, thermal management, and energy storage to name just a few.

LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS
• Current research in the area of 2D materials
• The future of 2D materials
• How to make your 2D materials research stand out from the crowd

SPEAKERS
Mark Hersam, Associate Editor, ACS Nano
Jeanie Lau, Associate Editor, Nano Letters
Harry Atwater, Editor-in-Chief, ACS Photonics
Kian Ping Loh, Associate Editor, Chemistry of Materials

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Overview


Title: 2D MATERIALS AND BEYOND

Date: Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Time: 10:00 AM EDT

Duration: 60 minutes

Speakers

Speakers:


Mark Hersam,
Associate Editor, ACS Nano


Jeanie Lau, Associate Editor, Nano Letters
Associate Editor, Nano Letters


Harry Atwater,
Editor-in-Chief, ACS Photonics


Kian Ping Loh,
Associate Editor, Chemistry of Materials