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Carbon Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

August 28th - 30th 2013

University of Surrey
Guildford, UK
Meeting devised and supported by
The British Carbon Group

in conjunction with CCP9 Widening
Participation workshop on graphene


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We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organisations:

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NB: Please could Tuesday arrivals go to University Court reception (if before 6pm) or the Security office in Senate House (if after 6pm) to pick up room keys.

Invited Speakers

Uschi Bangert (University of Manchester)
"Ion implantation of graphene - towards IC compatible technologies"

Andrs R. Botello-Mndez (IMCN-NAPS Universit catholique de Louvain)
"Electronic and transport properties of graphene and related systems from simulations"

Patrick Briddon (University of Newcastle)
"Ten thousand atom cells of carbon with full DFT precision"

Jude Britton (University of Oxford)
"Overcoming the challenges of upscaling CVD graphene"

Karl Coleman (University of Durham)
"Controlled synthesis and dispersion of graphene"

Monica Craciun (University of Exeter)
"Chemically functionalized graphene materials: from cutting edge manufacturing to nanoscale engineering of electronic and optical properties"

Yvette Hancock (University of York)
"Theoretical modelling of nanographene - a proposal to directly link theory and experiment"

Colin Lambert (
University of Lancaster)
"Electronic properties of carbon-based nanostructures"

Wolfgang Maser (Zaragoza, Spain)
"Reduced graphene oxide: Firm support for catalytically active palladium nanoparticles and game-changer in hydrogenation reactions"

Barbara Montanari (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
"Surveying defects in graphene with a combined TEM/DFT approach"

Steve Pennycook (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
"Probing structure, properties and dynamics of nanostructures through transmission electron microscopy"

Leonid Ponomarenko (University of Manchester)
"Graphene superlattices: fabrication and electronic properties"

Ben Robinson (University of Lancaster)
"Nanomechanics of supported and suspended graphene layers"

Ravi Silva (ATI, University of Surrey)
"Carbon nanomaterials: Building platforms for large area electronics"

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