Special Session 8
FUNDAMENTAL TO APPLICATIONS OF LOW-DIMENSIONAL MATERIALS (SS8)
The very large interest in low-dimensional (low-D) materials was first initiated by 0D carbon buckyball, then followed by 1D carbon nanotubes and most recently, by the dramatic impact of 2D graphene. Then, this stimulated significantly research & development of revolutionary low-D materials beyond carbon. This new generation of atomically synthesized low-D materials lead to a variety of new findings. It triggered many unprecedented electronic, optical, magnetic, mechanical, chemical, thermal, sensing and bio-inspired properties toward practical applications. The research community exploring low-D materials is now expanding rapidly with new entrants from different engineering disciplines, including materials, physics, chemistry, electrical and electronics. Furthermore, it is emerging toward synthetic biology with bio-compatible low-D materials. Encouraging work has already been reported on isolation, synthesis and an overall fundamental understanding of these novel low-D materials of central importance to advanced technological development. Yet, enormous scientific challenges in these areas need to be addressed through synergistic experimental & theoretical efforts.

 

Publication:

THE JOURNAL OF NANO RESEARCH
by Trans Tech. Publications

http://www.ttp.net/1661-9897.html  
Selected Papers

Check Publication DSL2019
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Organiser(s):

Prof. Gregory Kozlowski, D.Sc.
Wright State University, USA
gregory.kozlowski@wright.edu
Prof. Patrick Soukiassian
Universite de Paris-Sud/Orsay, France
patrick.soukiassian@cea.fr

Dr. John Boeckl
Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, AFRL, USA
john.boeckl@us.af.mil

 

INVITED SPEAKER(S)

‘ARTIFICIAL MULTIFERROICS BASED ON FERRITES AND BARIUM TITANATE LOW DIMENSIONAL EPITAXIAL STRUCTURES’
Dr. Barbier Antoine
CEA-Saclay,
France
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘POTENTIAL OF THE LaAlO3/SrTiO3 INTERFACE FOR SPINTRONICS’
Prof. Agnès Barthélémy
U. Paris-Sud & CNRS-Thalès,
France
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘MODIFYING THE ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF SEMICONDUCTOR AND OXIDE SURFACES BY ADSORBATE/SURFACE INTERACTION’
Prof. Marie D'angelo
Sorbonne University,CNRS,
France

‘TOWARDS THE MINIMIZATION OF 0D POINT DEFECTS DENSITY IN CHROMIUM OXIDE Cr2O3’
Prof. Laurence Latu-Romain
U. de Grenoble-Alpes,
France
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘BN VAN DER WAALS GROWTH ON EPI-GRAPHENE’
Dr. J. Marcelo Lopes
Paul Drude Inst. Berlin,
Germany
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘EMERGENCE OF CHIRALITY IN LOW DIMENSIONAL MAGNETIC STRUCTURES’
Prof. Arantzazu Mascaraque
U. Complutense Madrid,
Spain
Short Bio in .pdf (here)
Abstract in .pdf (here)

EPITAXIAL GROWTH OF GRAPHENE/SiC/Si AND ITS INTERFACIAL CONTROL
Prof. Suemitsu Maki
Tohoku University, Sendaï,
Japan
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘COLLECTIVE MULTI-ATOM DIFFUSION IN THE GROWTH OF ULTRATHIN FILMS’
Prof. Michaël Tringides
Iowa State U., Ames,
USA
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘SPIN PHYSICS AT THE INTERFACE OF MOLECULES AND INORGANIC SUBSTRATES’
Dr. Cyrille Barreteau
CEA-Saclay,
France
Short Bio in .pdf (here)
Abstract in .pdf (here)

‘MANIPULATING 2D MATERIALS WITH LIGHT- FROM CRYSTALLIZATION TO ENABLING FLEXIBLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES’
Dr. Nick Glavin
Air Force Research Laboratory,
USA

‘PROBING THERMAL TRANSPORT IN SUSPENDED ATOMIC LAYER SEMICONDUCTOR AND HETEROSTRUCTURE 2D DEVICES’
Prof. Phillip Feng
Case Western Reserve University,
USA