Trends in nanostructured carbon materials and devices
Ore: 9:30-12:30; 14:30-17:30
Online on Microsoft Teams
Barely ten years after the Physics Nobel prize was awarded for research on graphene, nanostructered carbon materials still represent an extremely rich playground for many applications, ranging from sensing to photodectors, from photovoltaics to photocatalysis.
In this Workshop, which also celebrates the 10th anniversary of I-Lamp, the hosting Institution, we will focus on graphene, a turning point in nanoscience and physics, bridging what was understood in prior nanostructered carbon forms (e.g. CNT) into the domain of 2D materials and platforms. At the same time, emerging properties of graphene such as twisted graphene still provide new challenges, opening novel perspectives in our capability to exploit the 2D materials at the nanoscale.
Bringing together junior and senior scientists from the nanoscience research community we aim to offer participants a perspective on novel approaches to carbon nanostructure applications.
Marco POLINI, University of Pisa
Alessandro TREDICUCCI, University of Pisa
Steven DE FEYTER, KU Leuven (Belgium)
Luca PETACCIA, Elettra Sincrotrone, Trieste
Sergio PEZZINI, CNR-NANO Laboratorio NEST
Gianluca FIORI, University of Pisa
Cristina AFRICH, CNR-IOM
Daniele PERILLI, Università di Milano Bicocca, Italy
Aleksei EMELIANOV, National Research University of Electronic Technology, Moscow, Russia
Sonia FREDDI, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Ivan BOBRINETSKIY, Biosense Institute Novi Sad, SERBIA
Stefania PAGLIARA, Gabriele FERRINI, Claudio GIANNETTI, Luigi SANGALETTI