The comprehensive programme of this international conference organised by the Graphene Flagship includes lectures, thematic sessions and workshops, poster sessions, an industrial exhibition and networking opportunities. The event will cover the fundamental science behind graphene and related 2D materials and the applied science (electronic devices, sensors, flexible electronics, biomedical applications, composites, energy storage, etc.), focusing also on graphene for a sustainable future, including renewable energies. The full list of topics covered at the conference can be consulted on this web page.
Nobel Laureate Andre Geim will give a keynote lecture with an update on what is going on with graphene and related 2D materials and heterostructures this year. Check the full list of speakers at Graphene Week 2018.
Graphene Week is open to students, academics and industry representatives. You can register on this web page until 31 August.
Check these testimonials on why Graphene Week is the event not to miss if you are a researcher in graphene or 2D materials. Graphene Week had a record participation of over 700 people during 2016’s edition located in Warsaw, Poland.
Find out more about previous Graphene Weeks organised by the Graphene Flagship, the EU large-scale research project aiming at taking graphene from the laboratory to the factory floor.