EuroSciCon Conference on

Graphene & Carbon Nanotechnology

Theme: Innovative Research and Approaches in the Field of Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology

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Tokyo, Japan

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graphene nanotechnology 2019


ThemeInnovative Research and Approaches in the Field of Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology

EuroSciCon cordially invites all participants across the globe to attend the Conference on Graphene & Carbon Nanotechnology (Graphene Nanotechnology 2019) which is going to be held during November 25-27, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.                             

The Organizing committee is preparing for an energizing and useful meeting program on Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology. This conference aimed to enlarge its coverage in the regions of Graphene, nanotechnology where expert talks and younger researcher’s presentation will be placed in every consultation of the meeting and that might be stimulated and preserve up your enthusiasm and Professionals. We feel our expert Organizing Committee is our precious asset, but your presence over the venue will add one extra feather to the crown of Graphene Nanotechnology 2019.

The scientific program incorporates Keynote and Plenary talks, Video Presentations, E-Poster Presentation. Besides, oral correspondences of (post)doctoral junior researchers will be considered and Industrialists, students from the related field of Graphene and as well as nanotechnology and Material science. The objective of the coordinators to make this gathering an occasion of logical magnificence.

We welcome you to go along with us at the Graphene Nanotechnology 2019, where you will make sure to have an important involvement with the researchers from all over the world. All individuals from the Graphene Nanotechnology 2019 sorting out council anticipate meeting in Tokyo, Japan on November 25-27, 2019.

Euroscicon is corporate members of the following organizations:

Royal Society of Biology
British Society for Immunology
Rare Care UK
Opportunities for Conference Attendees

For Researchers &Faculty:

Speaker Presentations
Poster Display
Symposium hosting
Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

Association Partnering
Collaboration proposals
Academic Partnering
Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
Student Attendee
Group Registrations

For Business Delegates:

Speaker Presentations
Symposium hosting
Book Launch event
Networking opportunities
Audience participation

For Companies:

Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
Sponsorships opportunities
Product launch
Workshop organizing
Scientific Partnering
Marketing and Networking with clients


EuroSciCon organizes International Nanotechnology Meetings annually across Europe, Austria, Ireland, Germany, France, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Finland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Macedonia, Greece, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Switzerland, United Kingdom,Japan, Belgium, Scotland, Latvia, Ukraine, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands, Russia, Bulgaria, France, with solitary subject of quickening logical revelations.


Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology tiles a stage to globalize the exploration by introducing an exchange amongst enterprises and scholarly associations and knowledge exchange from research to industry. Graphene Nanotechnology-2019 points in declare learning and offer new thoughts among the experts, industrialists, and understudies from examining regions of Graphene, Nanotechnology and Materials Science to share their examination encounters and enjoy intuitive discourses and exceptional sessions at the occasion. With individuals from around the globe concentrated on finding out about Graphene, this is your single best chance to achieve the biggest gathering of members from everywhere throughout the globe. Direct exhibitions, disseminate data, meet with the present and potential clients, influence a sprinkle with another item to the line, and get name acknowledgment at this 3-days occasion.

The report is particularly planned for business people, financial specialists, investors, and different perusers with a need to know where the Graphene Nanotechnology market is going in the following 3-5 years. Different perusers who should discover the report especially significant incorporate Graphene Nanotechnology advertising administrators and government authorities related to the National Graphene Nanotechnology Initiative and other state-level projects that advance the improvement of the Graphene Nanotechnology industry. The report's discoveries and ends ought to likewise bear some significance with the more extensive Graphene Nanotechnology people group.

Target Audience:

  • Graphene Chemistry Eminent Scientists.
  • Biodegradable Graphene Professors.
  • Physics Junior/Senior Research Fellows.
  • Chemical Engineering Research Professors.
  • Directors of Graphene Companies.
  • Graphene and Material Science Engineers.
  • Graphene, Material Science Associations and Societies.
  • Academicians
  • Directors/CEO.
  • Managers/Engineers.
  • Researchers from top universities
  • Scientists from top research institutes
  • Scholars
  • Nanotechnology Students, Scientists
  • Nanotechnology Researchers
  • Nanotechnology Faculty
  • Nanotechnology Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Training Institutes
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Nanotechnology Engineers
  • Industrial Professionals
  • Students

About Tokyo: 

It is trusted that Japan was established on the day that Emperor Jinmu who was delegated as the main Emperor in 660 BC after ruling by the several numbers of emperors, present Japan explores how continuity and change have shaped Japan’s past and present state, and the country’s relationships with the rest of the world. Japan is known as "Nihon" or "Nippon" signifies " means the origin of the Sun" (Japanese).

Tokyo - The largest city in Japan and also known as the capital city of Japan since 1869 and has an aggregate land zone of 2187.42 square km. The Greater Tokyo Area is the most renowned metropolitan territory in the world and it is the seat of the Emperor of Japan. Tokyo has 39 million residents, half a greater number of individuals than some other urban area, with a $2.5 trillion economy bigger than that of any other city. Suppose, if it were a country Tokyo would be the eighth biggest economy on this planet. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government administers, 23 Special Wards of Tokyo which cover the 30 municipalities in the western piece of the prefecture, and the two outlying island chains also. The number of population in special wards is more than 9 million people, with the total populace of the prefecture exceeding 13 million. In 2011, the city facilitated 51 of the Fortune Global 500 companies, the highest number than any other city in the world. Tokyo is ranked the first position in the Global Economic Power Index and third in the Global Cities Index. In 2015, Tokyo was ranked as the 11th most expensive city, indicated by the Economist Intelligence Unit's cost-of-living survey.

There are many tourist attractions in Tokyo that could keep a guest busy around a little while! On your visit, you can explore places, for example, the Meiji Jingu Shrine, the stunning Ueno Park, the shopping and entertainment area of Roppongi, the Tsukiji Fish Market which is one of the biggest fish market all over the planet, the intriguing Tokyo National Museum and the lavish Tokyo Imperial Palace. The Tokyo Tower to its perception deck from where you will get the opportunity to see stunning panoramic views of the city. And who can forget Disneyland?! In the event that you are visiting the city with your children, a visit to Tokyo Disneyland is an absolute necessity. The other places of interest in Tokyo include exhibition halls Edo-Tokyo Museum, Ghibli Museum, Subway Museum, National Museum of Nature And Science and the Mori Art Museum,the Ueno Zoo, the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, the Rainbow Bridge, the Sony Building shopping complex, the Asakusa District, the Sensoji Temple and the Zojo-Ji sanctuary.


Track1: Graphene and ultrathin 2D Materials

Ultrathin two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials are drawing in drastically expanding enthusiasm after Novoselov, Geim, and collaborators peeled graphene from graphite utilizing the mechanical cleavage technique. Graphene, it is a single-atom-thick, crystalline carbon film that displays different phenomenal properties, for example, ultrahigh bearer mobility at room temperature (∼10 000 cm2 V– 1 s– 1), quantum hall effect, large theoretical surface area (2630 m2 g– 1), magnificent optical transparency (∼97.7%), high Young's modulus (∼1 TPa), and fantastic thermal conductivity (3000– 5000 W m– 1 K– 1).

The surprising physical, optical, and electronic properties of graphene have motivated us to explore other ultrathin 2D nanomaterials that have comparable layered structure includes yet flexible properties, for example, hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4), layered metal oxides and layered double hydroxides. Intriguingly, numerous new kinds of ultrathin 2D crystals, for example, metal– organic frameworks, covalent-organic systems, polymers, metals, black phosphorus, silicone, and MXenes, have additionally been explored in recent years, an extraordinary advancing group of ultrathin 2D nanomaterials. In view of their exceptional basic highlights and extraordinary properties, ultrathin 2D nanomaterials have turned into a key class of materials in the consolidated issue of physics, materials science, and chemistry.


  • Mechanical Cleavage
  • Liquid Exfoliation
  • Ion-Intercalation and Exfoliation
  • Chemical Vapor Deposition Growth
  • Wet-Chemical Synthesis
  • Applications
  • Electronics
  • Catalysis
  • Energy Storage

Track 2: Chemistry and Biology studies of Graphene

Recent experiment and Present-day progress in the field of nanotechnologies have upheld the change of interdisciplinary research and numerous researchers have some expertise in assembling new types of nanomaterials that hold guarantee for different applications, for example, medicinal determination and treatment, ecological observing, vitality creation and capacity, sub-atomic registering and substantially more. Graphene, an increasingly important nano-sized material detailed in 2004, has developed to end up an energizing two-dimensional material with unmistakable characteristics that has pulled in incredible enthusiasm for the fields of physical science, science and the field of biology. Recent experiment and Present-day progress in the field of nanotechnologies have upheld the change of interdisciplinary research.

  • Chemical and biological applications of graphene
  • Graphene-enhanced cell differentiation and growth
  • Biological interactions of graphene

Track 3: Growth and Production of Graphene and 2D Materials

As the number of business uses of graphene and other 2D materials keeps on expanding, developing and delivering two-dimensional materials of high caliber is fast becoming a critical challenge. As of late, there have been numerous systems created to synthesize graphene, going beyond the 'Scotch tape' technique advocated by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov. These methods run from the epitaxial development of graphene on a wide array of substrates to peeling, nanotube change or the supersonic scattering of graphene- oxide droplets. As the potential uses of other two-dimensional crystals are recognized, the variety of development and creation methods is likewise extending. This focus issue is intended to feature ongoing advances in the differing and growing field of 2D materials synthesis.

  • Formation of vertically oriented graphenes: the key drivers of growth
  • Rapid CVD growth of millimeter-sized single-crystal graphene
  • Convergent fabrication of a nanoporous two-dimensional carbon network

Track 4: Graphene Functionalization

Graphene is a new member of the nanocarbon family that has reformed the field of materials science and has pulled in much consideration because of its uncommon properties. This functionalization is a surface modification, much used to decrease the durable power between the graphene sheets and furthermore to control the physical and chemical properties. The comprehensive scientific advancement of graphene, containing themes, for example, synthesis, characterization, and use of functionalized graphene. The characterization of the functionalized graphene is extremely important for deciding the physicochemical properties of the material got after the functionalization treatments.

  • Synthesis
  • Characterization
  • Various methods of graphene functionalization and their application
  • Fabrication of polymer nanocomposites

Track 5: Graphene nano in Energy and Storage

Graphene presently is the most concentrated material on the planet, this is particularly valid for charge stockpiling and the outcomes from numerous research centers affirm its capability to change the present vitality stockpiling scene.

Graphene, the 2D nuclear layer of sp2 carbon, has pulled in a lot of enthusiasm for use in solar cells, LEDs, the electronic skin, touchscreens, vitality stockpiling gadgets, and microelectronics. This is because of great properties of graphene, for example, a high hypothetical surface region, electrical conductivity, and mechanical quality. The essential structure of graphene is likewise manipulatable, taking into account the arrangement of a much more extraordinary material, permeable graphene. Permeable graphene structures can be sorted as microporous, mesoporous, or macroporous relying upon the pore measure, all with their own one of a kind focal points. These attributes of graphene, which might be the way to significantly enhancing an extensive variety of uses in vitality stockpiling frameworks.

  • Porous graphene
  • Preparation of nanostructured graphene-based porous composites
  • Supercapacitors
  • Lithium-ion batteries
  • Increasing the efficiency of energy production
  • Graphene-polymer batteries for electric cars

Track 6: Graphene and its oxide

The present graphene is ordinarily created utilizing mechanical or thermal exfoliation, chemical vapor deposition (CVD), and epitaxial development. A standout amongst the best methods for synthesized graphene on an extensive scale could be by the chemical reduction of graphene oxide. Graphite is a 3-dimensional carbon-based material made up of a large number of layers of graphene. By the oxidation of graphite utilizing strong oxidizing agent, oxygenated functionalities are presented in the graphite structure which grows the layer partition as well as makes the material hydrophilic (implying that they can be dispersed in water). This property enables the graphite oxide to be exfoliated in water using sonication, at last creating single or few-layer graphene, known as graphene oxide (GO). Functionalization of graphene oxide can change graphene oxide's properties. The subsequent artificially altered graphenes could then possibly turn out to be substantially more versatile for a great deal of utilization. Graphene oxide to be usable as a mediator in the formation of a monolayer or few-layer graphene sheets, it is vital to build up an oxidization and decrease process that can isolate singular carbon layers and afterward seclude them without altering their structure. Up until now, while the chemical reduction of graphene oxide is at present observed as the most reasonable strategy for large-scale manufacturing of graphene. In near future, we can hope to see graphene turn out to be considerably more broadly utilized in business and mechanical applications.

  • Graphene oxide paste, non-exfoliated
  • Graphene oxide sheets
  • Graphene oxide powder
  • Reduced Graphene Oxide
  • Applications of graphene oxide

Track 7: Graphene the ultra-capacitor

Graphene could introduce a few new highlights for vitality stockpiling gadgets, for example, smaller capacitors, totally adaptable and even rollable vitality stockpiling gadgets, transparent batteries, and high-limit and quick charging devices. Graphene has pulled in incredible interest for Ultra-capacitors due to its remarkably high surface territory of up to 2,630 m2 g-1. To comprehend the cutoff points of graphene in ultra-capacitors, it is imperative to know the energy density of a completely bundled cell and not simply the capacitance of the active material. Notwithstanding the capacitance of graphene, the greatest energy density of graphene-construct ultra-capacitors depends on several other parameters, for example, the thickness and thickness of the graphene film and other cell segments, including current collector and the separator, the nature and thickness of the electrolyte, the working voltage window of the cell and the bundling efficiency. Graphene is likewise exceptionally valuable in an extensive variety of batteries including redox stream, metal– air, lithium–sulfur and more significantly, lithium-particle batteries. Graphene can be artificially prepared into different structures and also appropriate for both the positive and negative cathodes, empowering the creation of an all-graphene battery with an ultrahigh energy density.


  • Lithium-sulfur batteries and lithium-air batteries
  • Redox flow battery
  • Electrodes for sodium-ion batteries
  • 3D-printed graphene batteries
  • Synthesis and assembly of graphene for batteries

Track 8: Graphene-like 2D materials

Graphene is made out of a single layer of carbon molecules arranged in a two-dimensional (2D) honeycomb grid. It is a fundamental building block for a scope of surely understood carbon materials, for example, three-dimensional (3D) graphite, one-dimensional (1D) carbon nanotubes, and zero-dimensional (0D) fullerene. Perceiving the uniqueness of the 2D structure, one may expect that such materials will uncover new and sudden properties giving various imaginative chances. In this exhaustive audit, the present status of graphene-like 2D materials, which is a genuinely new field, will be talked about by focusing on theoretical and experimental studies of their structural and electronic properties answered to date. There will be a special emphasis on the electronic properties of the flawless and synthetically functionalized monolayer, bilayer, and multilayer sheets of graphene-like 2D materials and in addition the most recent engineered accomplishments for creating 2D nanosheets.

  • Applications in electronics, photonics, energy and biomedicine
  • Modification of 2DMaterials
  • Production of 2D nanosheets
  • Black Phosphorus Powder and crystal
  • Graphene with other 2D materials

Track 9: Advancement of Graphene Physics

Graphene is turned out to be the amazing material of the 21st century. It is generally acknowledged that it is the strongest material at any point examined and can be a productive substitute for silicon. Furthermore, the entrancing properties of graphene, for example, the most elevated electrical conductivity among the found substances, have significantly stunned the science and innovation world. Graphene is a carbon-based layer with high nuclear thickness. Its remarkable qualities, for example, extremely high mechanical quality, hardness, and flexible thermal and electrical conductivity, and additionally superb surface and optical component through chemical marking, have gotten the considerable arrangement of consideration by numerous analysts.

  • Optoelectronic effects
  • High-frequency transistors
  • NEMs. Spintronics
  • Ultrathin films

Track 10: Graphene chemistries

Graphene is the only form of carbon (or solid material) in which each particle is accessible for a synthetic response from two sides (because of the 2D structure). Graphene has the highest ratio/proportion of edge particles of an allotrope. Deformities inside a sheet increment its synthetic reactivity. The beginning temperature of response between the basal plane of single-layer graphene and oxygen gas is underneath 260 °C (530 K). Graphene combusts at 350 °C (620 K). Graphene is normally changed with oxygen-and nitrogen-containing functional groups and examined by infrared spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. However, determination of structures of graphene with oxygen and nitrogen functional groups requires the structures to be all around control. Contrary to the perfect 2D structure of graphene, chemical applications of graphene require either structural or chemical irregularities, as splendidly level graphene is artificially inert. As it were, the meaning of a perfect graphene is distinctive in science and material science. Graphene set on a soda-lime glass (SLG) substrate under ambient conditions showed unconstrained n-doping (1.33 × 1013 e/cm2) through surface-exchange. On p-type copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) semiconductor itself kept on SLG n-doping achieved 2.11 × 1013 e/cm2.

  • Chemical modification
  • Graphene oxide 
  • Copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS)

Track 11: Graphene Physics

Graphene is one of a couple of kinds of carbon known as its "allotropes". Allotropes are in a general sense one kind of sorts of a comparable segment, in which comparable particles security together in different ways. For example, particles of oxygen can integrate as two particles – O2, which makes up a fifth of Earth's air – or as three atoms, ozone, which shields us from brilliant radiation. By virtue of carbon, alongside fiery debris and charcoal, the most generally known structures are the gem, graphite, and the fullerenes. Invaluable stones, the particles are planned in a pyramid-shaped cross area.

Track 12: Carbon nano chips and nanostructures

The interest for smaller gadgets with better execution has driven the advancement of carbon nanotube-based chips, which open up energizing conceivable outcomes for the semiconductor industry. A carbon nanotube is essentially a sheet of graphene, which has carbon particles orchestrated in a hexagonal example in this way framing a sheet having the thickness of a single atom. This sheet is moved up in the state of a cylinder form to frame a nanotube.

Carbon nanotubes, which were found in 1991, are the largest tube-shaped nanostructures known to exist and they are perfect for planning minor things, for example, chips. Like silicon, these nanotubes are additionally great semiconductors making them very useful in electronic outline.

  • Photonics
  • Molecular Electronics
  • Ferromagnetic Devices
  • Graphenated carbon nanotubes (g-CNTs)

Track 13: Carbon nanotubes and Graphene

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene are allotropes of carbon which have interesting electrical, mechanical and other physical properties. Graphene is a two-dimensional material, fundamentally a single layer of graphite, with carbon particles arranged in a hexagonal, honeycomb grid. Carbon nanotubes are cylindrical and hollow structures, basically, a sheet of graphene rolled into a cylinder. The point at which they are rolled (their "chirality"), and their distance across, influence their properties. CNTs can be single-walled (SWCNTs or SWNTs) or can be multi-walled (MWCNTs or MWNTs).

  • Growth Methods
  • Extreme carbon nanotubes
  • Single-walled CNTs
  • Multi-walled CNTs
  • Chemical modification

Track 14: Nanocarbon Materials in Energy

Nanocarbon materials assume a basic job in the advancement of new or enhanced innovations and gadgets for practical creation and utilization of sustainable power source. A portion of the patterns and viewpoints in this energizing region, with the exertion of confirming a portion of the potential outcomes offered from the developing level of learning, as affirmed from the exponentially rising number of distributions, and putting bases for a more levelheaded outline of these nanomaterials. The essential individuals from the new carbon family are fullerene, graphene, and carbon nanotube. Gotten from them are carbon quantum dots, nanohorn, nanofiber, nano ribbon, nanocapsule, nanocage, and different nanomorphologies. Second era nano carbons are those which have been modified by surface functionalization or doping with heteroatoms to make particular custom-made properties. The third era of nanocarbons is the nanoarchitecture supramolecular hybrids or composites of the first and second era nanocarbon, or with organic or inorganic species. The upsides of the new carbon materials, identifying with the field of maintainable vitality, are talked about, confirming the exceptional properties that they offer for creating next-generation solar gadgets and vitality stockpiling arrangements.

  • Mechanical energy storage
  • Nano electrical device
  • Fuel cells

Track 15: Novel Hybrid carbon materials

Novel hybrid materials based on graphene were created by combining organosilica precursors, attractive nanoparticles and biomimetic buildings with graphene oxide matrices. Nanoporous hybrid materials based on graphene from silylated organ precursors were created utilizing the sol-gel strategy. Subsequently, Hybrid materials got from the enrichment of graphene with attractive nanoparticles were set up by a basic, flexible and reproducible methodology. The hybrid materials were described by a blend of exploratory systems including X-ray diffraction, infrared, μ-Raman, Mossbauer and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopies, thermal analysis, surface area measurements, and Transmission electron microscopy. The characterization techniques gave knowledge into the development procedure and structural details of interest of the delivered hybrid structures.

  • Mossbauer and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopies
  • Transmission electron microscopy
  • Nanoporous hybrid materials
  • Novel Hybrid Materials of Carbon for Lithium-Air Batteries

Track 16: Emerging Trends in Graphene nano research

On-going economical headway in carbon nanotechnology has additionally widened the extent of use of carbon-based materials, particularly graphene-based polymer nanocomposites, in developing applications. Here we mainly focus around recently emerging trends of developing patterns in union and properties of graphene-based polymer nanocomposites, notwithstanding short discourse of some chosen carbon-based nanocomposites for application in electromagnetic impedance protecting proficiency, terahertz protecting effectiveness, electrostatic dissemination, thermal interface materials, sensors, and vitality stockpiling. At long last, a diagram of as of late rising patterns in maintainability, economies of scale, and rising business piece of the overall industry of these materials are likewise introduced.

  • Graphene-polymer Nanocomposites
  • Carbon-based polymer nanomaterials
  • Physical and chemical properties of carbon-based polymer nanocomposite
  • Emerging the scope and modified the graphene-based materials.
  • Electromagnetic interference shielding

Track 17: Emerging Trends in graphene experiment

Carbon is one of the most abundant components found in our nature, and its mixes have a wide presence on the Earth. As such, it stays as one of the most widely recognized asset materials to shape different nanostructured composites. The carbon-based compounds form the basis of all known life in nature. Present day times witness the improvement of procedures to utilize the allotropes of carbon for assortments of requirements. Inferable from the adaptable holding capacity of carbon, it has interesting properties of responding with numerous different components, in this way making the carbon-based mixes to locate an extensive variety of uses in ordinary human life. The flow looks into patterns of graphene innovation include outlining and manufacturing such mediums equipped for controlling electromagnetic waves. The possibilities of graphene-upgraded innovation bring significant impacts on the current nanotech-based R&D world.

  • Using Graphene Technology in the Coatings Industry
  • Quantum Update
  • The device uses graphene plasmons 
  • Graphene future electronics superfast
  • New Way to 3D Print Graphene Objects

Track 18: Graphene and Biomaterials in the field of health care

Graphene's similarity with different biomedical applications, like drug delivery, cancer therapies and biosensing, is widely and energetically inquired about. The material's special properties, similar to a large surface region, great biocompatibility and chemical stability, consider it deserving of intensive examination and high expectations. Artificial implants are a therapeutic staple, and graphene could assume a significant job later on of these gadgets. Graphene's biocompatibility, combined with its mechanical quality, is valuable for different composite bio-materials and its electrical conductivity can be utilized for organs that require such characteristics, similar to nerve tissues and spinal components. Bio-sensing is a developing field, with numerous therapeutic applications that ring a bell. Numerous roads are investigated thusly, with graphene demonstrating outstanding execution in identifying nourishment poisons, natural contamination, particular germs and microbes.    

  • Biomedical sensor                    
  • Graphene Expected to Revolutionize Neurosurgery
  • New Bionanotech Applications of graphene
  • Graphene as Excellent Material for Brain Interfaces
  • Drug delivery

Track 19: Large-scale Graphene production and characterization

Graphene is shaped by a two-dimensional hexagonal plan of carbon atoms with a quasi-linear dispersion relation, for which the bearer effective mass is very low. As a result, it has an anticipated versatility at room temperatures in the request of 106 cm2/Vs and a tentatively estimated versatility of 15,000 cm2/Vs. High mobility of this material opens the likelihood of ballistic transport at submicron scales. The issue, in any case, is the large-scale manufacturing of graphene. The procedure of decision for the considerable larger part of analysts is the mechanical peeling of graphene drops from graphite and that technique can deliver just research-measure graphene tests. Various strategies have been proposed to acquire single-layer or few-layer graphene (FLG) on an extensive scale but the improvement of an adaptable graphene combination strategy in view of substance vapor affidavit, portrayal systems and applications in nano-and microelectronics. Specifically, viewpoints, for example, the substrate nuclear course of action on the structure and properties of the synthesized graphene, the assessment of its electrical properties as the active channel in field impact transistors, and the usage of the highly scalable graphene synthesized by CVD as the transparent electrode in photovoltaic gadgets.

  • Synthesis of large-scale graphene by chemical vapor deposition
  • CVD graphene characterization
  • Applications of large-scale graphene
  • Large-scale transfer of graphene

Track 20: Semiconductor materials and Nanostructures

Semiconductor compound, for example, InP and GaN are the materials reason for many photonic and progressed microelectronic gadgets. Periodic structures in these materials have possible applications in photonic bandgap gadgets for ultra-quick optical communications. Electrochemical and photoelectrochemical etching and it developed as an extremely encouraging strategy for fitting the properties of semiconductors. Modulation of the pore diameter across and direction could take into account the manufacture of gadgets in light of photonic crystal structures. The work includes nanostructural portrayal utilizing atomic force(AFM) and scanning tunneling microscopy(STM), high goals transmission and scanning electron microscopy (TEM and SEM), potential-dependant photoluminescence (PDPL) and variety of electroanalytical, electrical and spectroscopic methods and as well as microelectronics fabrication systems.

  • Surface and interface effects
  • Quantum confinement
  • Applications of semiconductor nanostructures
  • Semiconductor Nanostructures
  • Photovoltaics
  • Photonics

Track 21: Artificial Graphite and Natural Graphene

There are numerous sorts of 'graphene' rising up out of research centers towards business utilizes, created by means of an assortment of techniques and yielding divergent properties and apparent value. A key issue for those, wanting to make graphene from mined graphite, is understanding the contrasts between natural graphite-route graphene and artificially created material. In other hand Producing of graphene in bulk is industrial exploitation of this extraordinary two-dimensional material. With that in mind, Graphene Flagship scientists have built up a novel variation on the chemical vapor deposition process which yields superb material in an adaptable way. This development should fundamentally limit the execution hole among synthetic and natural graphene.

  • Different types of graphene
  • CVD Graphene

Track 22: Challenges and opportunities in graphene commercialization

In recent years, graphene has been quickly moving from the lab to the commercial center. In spite of the fact that there is awesome enthusiasm for the commercialization of graphene, there are different forecasts on to what extent it will take for specific applications to achieve the market. In Nature Nanotechnology's "Graphene Applications" center issue (October 2014), Graphenea's Amaia Zurutuza and Applied Graphene Materials' Claudio Marinelli examine the variables that could influence the pace of commercialization of graphene.

The distributing of the principal trial papers on graphene 10 years back set off a rush of research that sprinkled all edges of the world. Given graphene's tremendous properties (bearer portability, warm conductivity, optical straightforwardness, and so forth) in its most perfect frame, a longing to utilize graphene for novel advances immediately took after

  • Competitive lanscabe
  • Market development
  • Challenges
  • Opportunity 

Track 23: Graphene & Graphite – Compare   

In exceptionally fundamental terms graphene could be portrayed as a solitary, one particle thick layer of the regularly discovered mineral graphite; graphite is basically comprised of countless layers of graphene. In fact, the auxiliary make-up of graphite and graphene, and the strategy for how to make one from the other is somewhat unique.

  • Graphene 
  • Graphite
  • Creating or isolating graphene 

Track 24: Graphite, Graphene & their polymer nano compounds

Graphite, Graphene, and Their Polymer Nanocomposites present an assemblage of rising examination drifts in graphene-based polymer nanocomposites (GPNC). Worldwide scientists from a few controls share their skill about graphene, its properties, and the conduct of graphene-based composites. Perhaps the main distributed monograph of its kind. This theory gives a far-reaching depiction of graphite, graphene, and their PNCs, including the fundamental material science and chemistry, and related applications. Starting with a prologue to common and manufactured graphite, the antecedents to graphene, the content portrays their properties, portrayal procedures, and unmistakable business applications.

  • Polymer characterization
  • Graphene-based polymer nanocomposites (GPNC)
  • Methods of GPNC

Track 25: Graphene: Properties, Characterization & Synthesis

Two-dimensional graphene has particularly pulled in a considerable measure of consideration in light of its one kind of electrical properties, for example, high carrier mobility, the quantum Hall effect at room temperature, and ambipolar electric field impact alongside ballistic conduction of charge transporters. Some different properties of graphene that are similarly intriguing incorporate its startlingly high assimilation of white light, high flexibility, strange attractive properties, high surface zone, gas adsorption, and charge-transfer interactions with molecules. Graphene was set up by micromechanical cleavage from graphite chips, after that, there have been many advances in the synthesis of graphene and various techniques have been concocted to get ready the high-quality single-layer graphenes (SLGs) and FGs. Characterization of graphene forms an important part of graphene examines and includes estimations in view of different microscopic and spectroscopic systems.

  • Graphenes in Supramolecular Gels and in Biological Systems
  • Graphene and Graphene-Oxide-Based Materials for Electrochemical Energy Systems
  • Physics of Quanta and Quantum Fields in Graphene
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Magnetic Properties 

Track 26: Application of graphene Technology

Graphene, the most preeminent and famous two-dimensional carbon allotrope, is as adaptable a material as any found on Earth. Its astonishing properties as the lightest and strongest material, contrasted with its capacity to conduct heat and power superior to anything whatever else, imply that it can be integrated into a huge number of applications. At first, this will imply that graphene is utilized to help enhance the execution and proficiency of current materials and substances, yet later on, it will likewise be produced related to other two-dimensional (2D) precious stones to make some much all the more stunning mixes to suit an even more extensive scope of uses. The monolayer of graphite (known as graphene) is just 1 particle thick and is, in this way, the most slender material conceivable to be made without getting to be precarious while being available to the components (temperature, air, etc.). Graphene is a material that can be used in various controls including bioengineering, composite materials, vitality innovation and nanotechnology.

  • Biological engineering 
  • Optical electronics 
  • Composite materials 
  • Photovoltaic cells 
  • Energy storage

Track 27: CVD Graphene - Creating Graphene Via Chemical Vapour Deposition

There are distinctive manners by which graphene monolayers can be made or detached, yet by a long shot, the most well-known path right now in time is by utilizing a procedure called synthetic vapor affidavit. Concoction vapor testimony, or CVD, is a strategy which can create generally brilliant graphene, possibly on an expansive scale. The CVD procedure is sensibly clear, albeit some authority hardware is vital, and keeping in mind the end goal to make great quality graphene it is vital to entirely stick to rules set concerning gas volumes, weight, temperature, and time span.

  • CVD process PROCESS
  • The fundamental process in the creation of CVD graphene 
  • Problems associated with the creation of CVD graphene 
  • Current and potential solution  

Track 28: Graphene 3D printing

3D printing (or added substance fabricating) alludes to a procedure in which a 3D printer is utilized for stacking layers of material under PC control, following a 3D display, bringing about a printed three-dimensional question.

Different applications for 3D printing incorporate outline perception and prototyping, metal throwing, engineering, training, social insurance, excitement and that's only the tip of the iceberg. As 3D printing innovation keeps on advancing and create, specialists infer conceivable biotechnological utilizes like bio-printing and PC helped tissue designing and in addition retail assembling of custom finished results which may change the substance of trade.

Track 29: Uses of carbon nanotubes

First found under an electron magnifying instrument over 50 years prior, carbon nanotubes are a standout amongst the most sought-after materials today. The minor structures are utilized in many applications that touch about each industry, including aerospace, electronics gadgets, medicine, difence, automotive, energy, construction, and even in the designing industry. Carbon nanotubes (otherwise known as CNTs) are produced using graphene sheets consisting of a single atomic layer of carbon atoms in a honeycomb structure that can be rolled into a tube estimating about a nanometer, or one billionth of a meter, in diameter. At this scale, these cylindrical atoms defy the exemplary laws of material science with excellent properties. Carbon nanotubes have magnificent electrical conductivity, the capacity to withstand high working temperatures and the most strength-to-weight ratio of any known material.

  • Biological and biomedical research
  • Composite materials
  • Microelectronics
  • Solar cells
  • Hydrogen storage
  • Electronic components
  • In Chemical and Mechanical aspect 

Track 30: Graphene Field Effect Transistors (GFETs)

Graphene has been changing gadgets since October 2004 when Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov first decided how to evacuate a solitary layer of carbon cross section from graphite. The creation and research of the present graphene field impact transistors (GFETs) would not have been conceivable without the previous two many years of research, and offer numerous advantages over conventional bipolar intersection transistors. This is all because of the characteristic characteristics of graphene, which implies GFETs can be utilized to great impact in a scope of advances, including organic and compound sensors.

  • Understanding Field Effect Transistors
  • Structure of GFETs
  • Benefits of GFETs
  • GFETs Production
  • Fabrication Advantages of Using Graphene
  • Current GFET Production Challenges


Graphene has been touted as a "wonder material" with the possibility to disrupt and revolutionize technologies utilized composites, electronics, energy, and other various sectors. Scientists are looking for "killer applications" that will exploit graphene’s unique properties and drive fast development in commercial demand. Through 2035, providers are required to defeat the manufacturing difficulties, high expenses, and technological barriers that have impeded faster commercialization of numerous graphene-enhanced items.

In a market knowledge report by Transparency Market Research (TMR), it has been anticipated that the development trajectory of the said market over the period that extends from the year 2017 to the year 2025. Transparency Market Research said that that the opportunity in the world market for graphene was worth around US$ 12.2 mn in the year 2014 and is anticipated to achieve a market valuation of around US$ 159.2 mn constantly 2023 along these lines ascending at a double-digit growth rate of 33.5% CAGR between the years 2015 and 2023.

Regional Analysis:

North America is the biggest market of graphene because of the demand in different end client industry, for example, electronics and aerospace in Canada, Mexico and US nations. The second biggest market is APAC region including the countries China, Japan, India, and South Korea because of expanding request in automotive, aerospace, and chemical industry. The third biggest market of graphene is Europe because of developing countries of this region, for example, Germany, Italy, and France. Latin America and the Middle East likewise witnessed in development of graphene market because of different industrial applications, for example, car, aerospace, pharmaceutical, energy, coatings, electronics, chemical, and others.

Graphene market is expected to be highly competitive. Most of the players in the worldwide graphene market are already in production of Graphene. A large portion of these players are delivering graphene and as well as contributing in innovative work of graphene. Key players associated with the production and supply of graphene include Haydale Graphene Industries PLC, Applied Graphene Materials plc., Graphene 3D Lab Inc., Vorbrck Materials, XG Sciences, Inc., NanoXplore Inc., 2D Carbon Graphene Material Co., Ltd, Graphene Nanochem PLC, Cealtech AS, Graphenea Inc., Graphene Laboratories Inc., Graphene Platform Corp., BGT Materials Limited, Angstron Material Inc., ACS Material LLC., Deyang one carbon Technology Co., Ltd. also, others.


Right now, in the beginning, times of research, truly anything is possible.

As far as possible right now (size of single layer sheets and creation adaptability) are extremely just breaking points to the top of the line applications. Graphene has a gigantic future task to carry out in every aspect of material science.

Here are just a few of a nearly limitless list-

  • Heat sink materials and compounds
  • Conductive… everything
  • Paints, varnishes, glues, plastics, foams, and inks
  • Induction heaters
  • Construction materials (concrete, cement, etc)
  • Metallurgy
  • Energy Storage
  • Catalysts
  • Biocompatible implants
  • Pharmaceuticals for cancer, brain chemistry and medical monitoring devices


Top Graphene and carbon nanotechnology universities Worldwide :

Nanotechnology & Material Science Universities-

Nanyang Technological University Singapore | Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) United States | Georgia Institute of Technology    United States | Stanford University United States | University of California, Berkeley United States | Tsinghua University China | Peking University China | Harvard University United States | National University of Singapore Singapore | University of Science and Technology of China China | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology  South Korea | Seoul National University   South Korea | Northwestern University United States | Rice University United States | University of California, Los Angeles United States | Fudan University  China | University of Cambridge United Kingdom | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne Switzerland | Soochow University (China) China Zhejiang University ChinaSungkyunkwan University  South KoreaThe University of Texas at Austin United StatesUniversity of Chicago United StatesUniversity of Oxford United KingdomUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign United States | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich  SwitzerlandShanghai Jiao Tong University ChinaJilin University China |Nanjing University China Pohang University of Science and Technology South KoreaHuazhong University of Science and Technology ChinaUlsan National Institute of Science and Technology South KoreaUniversity of Washington   United StatesKorea University  South KoreaUniversity of California, Santa Barbara United StatesPennsylvania State University - University Park United StatesUniversity of Michigan-Ann Arbor United StatesKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology Saudi ArabiaImperial College London United Kingdom |University of Pennsylvania United StatesYonsei University South Korea | Columbia University United StatesThe University of Tokyo JapanNational Taiwan University China-TaiwanTU Dresden Germany | Xiamen University ChinaUniversity of California, San Diego United States |University of Toronto CanadaKing Abdulaziz University   Saudi ArabiaCity University of Hong KongMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) United StatesStanford University LogoStanford University United StatesNanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU) | University of California, Berkeley (UCB)Harvard University, United StatesUniversity of Cambridge, United Kingdom | University of Oxford ,United KingdomNational University of Singapore (NUS) ,SingaporeTsinghua University ,ChinaEPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, SwitzerlandImperial College London, United KingdomNorthwestern University,United States Georgia Institute of Technology,United StatesKAIST - Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology,South KoreaETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of TechnologyThe University of Tokyo,JapanCalifornia Institute of Technology (Caltech),United StatesPeking University,ChinaSeoul National University,South KoreaUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,United StatesUniversity of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) LogoUniversity of California,United StatesThe Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong KongTohoku University LogoTohoku ,Japan | Delft University of TechnologyNetherlandsShanghai Jiao Tong University

Material Science & Nanotechnology universities in U.S.A-

National Nanotechnology Initiative | NanoNed | American National Standards Institute Nanotechnology Panel (ANSI-NSP) | Nanomedicine Roadmap Initiative | Biological Applications of Nanotechnology at University of Idaho | Birck Nanotechnology Center at Purdue University | California Institute of Nanotechnology | Center for Nanotechnology in Society at University of California, Santa BarbaraInstitute at University of California, BerkeleyCollege of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at SUNY Albany | Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF) at Cornell UniversityInstitute for Micromanufacturing at Louisiana Tech University | Institute for NanoBioTechnology at Johns Hopkins University | NanoScience Technology Center at University of Central Florida | Petersen Institute of Nanoscience and Engineering (PINSE) at University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of EngineeringMassachusetts  Institute of Technology | Northwestern  University (McCormick) | Stanford  UniversityUniversity  of California—Berkeley | University  of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign | Georgia  Institute of Technology | University  of Michigan—Ann Arbor | Cornell  University | Harvard  University | Carnegie  Mellon University | Pennsylvania  State University—University Park | Purdue  University—West Lafayette 

University in U K-

Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials at University of Bristol | London Centre for Nanotechnology | James Watt Nanofabrication Centre at University of GlasgowManufacturing Engineering Centre at Cardiff University | Southampton Nanofabrication Centre at University of Southampton | Nanoscale Science & Nanotechnology Group at Newcastle University | Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) | Stanford University | Imperial College London | Northwestern University | University of Oxford | Tsinghua University |California Institute of Technology (Caltech) | Kyoto University 

University in Canada-

4D LABS at Simon Fraser University | Microsystems and Nanotechnology Research Group at The University of British Columbia | Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology at University of Waterloo | BioNano Laboratory at University of Guelph | University of Toronto | University of Waterloo | McGill University University of British ColumbiaMcMaster University |University of Alberta | Laval University

University in Australia-

Flinders Institute for Nanoscale Science & Technology at Flinders University in South AustraliaThe University of Sydney Nano Institute (Sydney Nano), at The University of Sydney in Sydney, NSW | Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology at University of Queensland in QueenslandNanotechnology in Victoria Consortium joint investment with Monash University and Swinburne University of TechnologyMonash UniversityUniversity of Queensland AustraliaUniversity of Wollongong | University of New South Wales | University of Melbourne | University of Sydney | University of Adelaide | Deakin University | Curtin University of Technology | Australian National University

Top Companies of Graphene and carbon nanotechnology-

Applied Graphene Materials | China Carbon Graphite Group | Elcora Advanced Materials | First Graphene | Grafoid | Graphene 3D Lab | Graphene Nanochem | Group NanoXplore | Haydale Graphene Industries | Saint Jean Carbon | Versarien | XG Sciences | Center Carbon Company | Abalonyx | ACS Material | adnano Technologies | AMO GmbH Aachen | Anderlab | Angstron Materials | Avanzare | AZ Electronic Materials | Bluestone Global Tech | Cabot | CalBattery | Canatu Ltd. | CrayoNano | Directa Plus | Garmor Tech | Grafen Chemical Industries Co.| GRAnPH Nanotech | Graphage | Graphene Leaders Canada (GLC) | Graphene NanoChem (Platinum NanoChem) | Graphene Technologies | Graphos | Group Nanoxplore Inc. | InALA (Incubation Alliance) | Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) | Innophene Co. | Nanografen | Oxford Advanced Surfaces (OAS) | Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co., Ltd | SiNode SystemsUnited Nanotech Innovations Pvt. Ltd.| Vorbeck Materials | Xiamen Knano | XolveAdvanced NanoTech Lab | Auto Fibre Craft | AVANSA Technology & Services | Bee Chems | Bilcare | Bottom Up Technology Corporation | Egoma Technologies | Eris Technologies | Icon Analytical EquipmentKerala Minerals & Metals (KMML)Micromaterials (India)Mittal EnterprisesNano Cutting Edge Technology NanoCETNanomics Technologies | NanoResearch Elements | Nanoshel | NanoSniff Technologies | NanospanNanoXpert Technologies | Navran Advanced Nanoproducts Development | Neo-EcosystemsNilima NanotechnologiesNoPo Nanotechnologies Platonic Nanotech | Quantum Corporation | Reinste Nano Ventures | Saint-Gobain Glass | Sisco Research Laboratories (SRL) | Smart Nanoz | Ultrananotech | Velbionanotech 

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