The annual meeting will be hosted in the CNRS "Paul Langevin" resort center in Aussois.

aussois CNRS

Important dates

  • Abstract submission : Final deadline for oral presentations : Sept. 16, 2017. Abstract submission for posters remains open until Sept. 24, 2017.
  • Registration and payment deadline : Sept. 24, 2017
  • Conference opening : Sunday, Oct. 15, 17h
  • Conference closing : Thursday, Oct.19, 13h.

Final program on line

The final program is available in pdf or on the web.

Practical Information

- The bus shuttle is scheduled at 19h00 on Sunday Oct. 15 (TGV arriving from Paris and Lyon airport at 18h47). For the return trip, the shuttle will be leaving Aussois at 13h00, reaching Modane station at 13h30 at most. (Train to Paris and Lyon at 13h59). If necessary another shuttle will run erlier in the afternoon. Please let us know if you are interested.

- Poster clip session. All posters can be presented in a 3 min presentation, in poster clip sessions scheduled at the end of regular sessions. Please prepare ONE slide in pdf format and load it on the organizers's computer upon arrival.

- Poster for oral contributers : Invited and contributed speakers are encouraged to also prepare a poster as a support for further discussions after the talks. For those interested, please send us an email by oct. 9 to secure a poster panel.

-Registration fees include housing, meals and shuttle transfer from/to Modane train station. Rates : 400€ (single room), 350€ (double room) or 250€ for students (double room).



Scope of the conference

All the topics connected to graphene and related materials (nanotubes, 2D materials including TMD, hBN,...) are covered.

This includes (but not limited to) :

  • Synthesis (bulk synthesis, chemical 'bottom up', novel synthesis routes)
  • Spectroscopy and optical properties
  • Electronic, transport and spin related properties
  • Microscopy and characterization
  • Novel physics (Dirac physics, nanocarbon magnetism, QHE, ...)
  • Post-growth processing - Purification, separation and functionalisation - Nanocarbon based composites
  • Nanocarbon chemistry - Functionalisation - Hetero atoms, doping - Chemical routes to growth - Related mono materials (BN, MoS2,...)
  • Theory / Modelling
  • Nanocarbons and biomaterials (bio-nano carbons)
  • Applications in biology and medicine
  • Toxicology, health and safety
  • Devices and apllications : Electronics and sensing - photonics, light harvesting and storage - Energy applications
  • Metrology

Invited speakers

Stephan Roche (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience)

Rebeca Ribeiro (Columbia University)

Pierre Verlot (Université de Lyon)

Carmen Palacios (University of Cambridge)

Manuel Dossot (Université de Lorraine)

Géraud Delport (Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris Saclay)

Guillaume Froehlicher (Université de Strasbourg)

Alessandro Siria (Ecole Normale Supérieure)

Yuriy Zakharko (Heidelberg University)

Andrew Mayne (Université Paris-Saclay)

Aurélien Lherbier (Université de Louvain)

Emmanuel Baudin (Ecole Normale Supérieure)

Vincent Bouchiat (Institut Néel)

Kirill Bolotin (Freie Universität, Berlin)

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