Schedule

 

Abstract Book

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Day 1

Tuesday 29th August

12:00 to 13:45 | Registration

Fulton Building Lobby

13:45 to 14:00 | Opening Remarks

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

14:00 to 17:00 | Session 1

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

14:00 to 14:40 

Designing Wearables Platforms for Next Generation IoT with Nanotech

Professor Ravi Silva, University of Surrey


14:40 to 15:00

Mid-Infrared Electrochromics Enabled by Intraband Modulation in Carbon Nanotube Networks

Peter Lynch, University of Sussex


15:00 to 15:20

Flexing in Carbon and Boron Nitride

Chris Ewels, Institute of Materials / CNRS / Nantes University  


15:20 to 15:40

Coffee Break

Fulton Building, G15


15:40 to 16:00

Investigation of intercalation within defected graphite

Kenny Jolley, Loughborough University


16:00 to 16:20

Nanoscale analysis and theoretical investigation on stable azafullerene radicals protected by carbon nanorings

Yuri Tanuma, Jozef Stefan Institute


16:20 to 16:40

Modelling of dislocations and ripplocations in bilayer graphene and graphite 

Paul Mouratidis, Loughborough University

17:00  to 18:00 | Poster Session

Fulton, G15

18:00 to 23:00 | Welcome Event 

The Swan Inn, Falmer

Day 2

Wednesday 30th August

09:00 to 12:00 | Session 2

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

09:00 to 09:40 

2D materials-based smart membranes and their applications

Professor Rahul Raveendran Nair, University of Manchester


09:40 to 10:00

GHz and THz Properties and Applications of Graphene 

David Carey, University of Surrey


10:00 to 10:20

Chirality & Interlayer Interactions of Charge Density Waves in Transition Metal Dichalcogenides

James McHugh, University of Manchester


10:20 to 10:40

Coffee Break

Fulton Building, G15


10:40 to 11:00

Self-assembly of soot nanoparticles into hexagonal arrays of micropyramids on the surface of resistively heated carbon filaments in oxygen-deficient atmosphere

Valeriy Luchnikov, Institut de Science des Matériaux de Mulhouse


11:00 to 11:20

Nanomechanical Testing of Novel Conducting Nanosheet Network Thin Films

Aaron Sinnott, Trinity College Dublin


11:20 to 11:40

Reductive functionalisation of graphene; imaging the locus, and one-pot, sequential functionalisation towards efficient catalyst design

Gabriel Coulter, Imperial College London


11:40 to 12:00

Graphene oxide sheet anisotropy inside films and its mechanical property effect

Roque Sanchez Salas, University of Sussex

12:00  to 13:00 | Lunch

Fulton Building, G15

13:00 to 17:00 | Session 3

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

13:00 to 13:2

Graphene Oxide: It’s a kind of magic

Professor Wolfgang Maser, ICB Carbon Nanostructures and Nanotechnology CSIC


13:40 to 14:00

Laser-synthesis of Transition Metal Chalcogenides

Toby Hallam, Newcastle University


14:00 to 14:20

Chemical bonding and electronic properties of TiO2/graphene photocatalytic interfaces – a theoretical study 

Natalia Martsinovich, University of Sheffield


14:20 to 14:40

Van der Waals heterostructure layers for selective and sensitive gas sensors

Manoj Tripathi, University of Sussex


14:40 to 15:00

Coffee Break

Fulton Building, G15


15:00 to 15:20

Transparent, Tuneable and Flexible Graphene-Based Strain Gauges 

Joseph Neilson, Trinity College Dublin


15:20 to 15:40

Tissue-Equivalent Carbon Nanotube-Latex-Based X-ray Dosimeters

Joe Hall, University of Surrey


15:40 to 16:00

Novel high-performance organic thermoelectric materials

Jose Anguita, University of Surrey


16:00 to 16:40

Unravelling the properties of hybrids of SWCNTs

Professor Paola Ayala, University of Vienna

17:00  to 18:00 | Poster Session

Fulton, G15

18:00  to 20:00 | Conference Activity

Meet in Fulton Building Lobby

Day 3

Thursday 31st August

09:00 to 12:00 | Session 4

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

09:00 to 09:40 

2-D Heterostructures and Nanoarchitectures for Electrocatalysis and Energy Storage

Professor M M Shaijumon, Indian Institute of Science Education & Research Thiruvananthapuram


09:40 to 10:00

Understanding C60 bonding with computer models

Jorge Laranjeira, University of Aveiro


10:00 to 10:20

Effect of film composition and interlayers on the stability of tin perovskite solar cells

Devina Gupta, Imperial College London


10:20 to 10:40

Coffee Break

Fulton Building, G15


10:40 to 11:00

Structure-property relationship of oxygen-containing graphene aerogels: spectroscopic and theoretical study

Negar Mansouriboroujeni, University of Sheffield


11:00 to 11:20

Tectomer-Mediated Optical Nanosensors for Tyramine Detection

Rosa Garriga, University of Zaragoza


11:20 to 12:00

Design and Manufacturing of Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Nanocomposites

Maksud Rahman, Rice University

12:00  to 13:00 | Lunch

Fulton Building, G15

13:00 to 17:00 | Session 5 - A Celebration of Liquid-Phase Exfoliation

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

13:00 to 13:4

Production of organic nanomaterials by liquid phase exfoliation

Professor Claudia Backes, University of Kassel


13:40 to 14:00

The Role of Twinning in the Liquid-Phase Exfoliation of 2D Materials

Robert Young, University of Manchester


14:00 to 14:20

Morphological characterisation of printed networks of nano-materials using 3D FIB-SEM nanotomography

Luke Doolan, Trinity College Dublin


14:20 to 14:40

Impact of photons from positron annihilation on liquid phase exfoliated water dispersed 2D-MoS2 nanoflakes

Manjot Singh, University of Naples Federico II


14:40 to 15:00

Coffee Break

Fulton Building, G15


15:00 to 15:20

Nanominerals – Future electronics beyond graphene

Conor Boland, University of Sussex


15:20 to 15:40

Solution-processed heterojunctions using liquid-exfoliated WSe2 nanosheets for photodetectors

Shixin Liu, Trinity College Dublin


15:40 to 16:00

Sustainable, surfactant-processed 2D nanomaterial networks for thin-film synthetic biology

Chris Brown, University of Sussex


16:00 to 16:40

Measuring the bottlenecks to charge transport in printed nanosheet networks

Professor Jonathan Coleman, Trinity College Dublin

17:00  to 18:00 | Poster Session

Fulton, G15

18:00  to 21:00 | Conference Dinner

Bramber House, Terrace Room

Day 4

Friday 1st September

10:00 to 13:00 | Session 6

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

10:00 to 10:40 

New Insights into Carbide-Dichalcogenide Heterostructures: Synthesis, Superconductivity and more

Professor Mauricio Terrones, Penn State


10:40 to 11:00

Upcycling Spent Electric Vehicle Anodes into Solution-Processable Graphene Nanomaterials

Jason Stafford, University of Birmingham


11:00 to 11:20

The effect of 2D nanosheet size on the performance of printed devices

Anthony Dawson, Trinity College Dublin


11:20 to 11:40

Coffee Break

Fulton Building, G15


11:40 to 12:00

Chemiresistive Sensor fabricated of porous nut-shaped ZnO@Au nanostructures for ultra-fast detection of methane (CH4) gas

Siddharth Choudhary, Nagasaki University


12:00 to 12:20

Endofullerenes: Probing Dynamics with Neutron Spectroscopy

Mohamed Aouane, ISIS Neutron and Muon Source


12:20 to 12:40

Ionic Liquids as Precursors for Semiconducting Carbon Nitride

Ngoc Minh Huong Le, Imperial College London

13:00 | Closing Remarks

Fulton A Lecture Theatre

 

 

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