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Agenda

 

Wednesday, 17 Apr 2013

Track 1

 Graphene LIVE!
11:30IDTechEx
Graphene: Analysis of Technology, Markets and Players
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Senior Technology Analyst
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
11:55EPSRC
The UK Initiative in Graphene Research and Commercialisation
Dr Andy Lawrence, Senior Portfolio Manager
EPSRC
United Kingdom
12:20Graphene Research Centre (GRC)
Graphene R&D at the Singapore Graphene Research Center: from Tissue Engineering to Touch Panels
Prof Barbaros Oezyilmaz,
Graphene Research Centre (GRC)
Singapore
12:45Graphene Technologies
Graphene from CO2 - Learning to Love Carbon Emissions
Mr Jon Myers, CEO and Founder
Graphene Technologies
United States
13:10Lunch
 Supercapacitor Markets
14:40IDTechEx
Markets for Supercapacitors 2013-2023
Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman
IDTechEx
United Kingdom
15:05CAP-XX Ltd
Present and Future Markets for Thin, Prismatic Supercapacitors and Supercabatteries
Mr Anthony Kongats, CEO
CAP-XX Ltd
Australia
 Improving the Performance of Supercapacitors with Graphene
15:30Fraunhofer IPA
Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Supercapacitors
Ivica Kolaric,
Fraunhofer IPA
Germany
15:55University of Surrey
Electrophoretic Deposition of Unfunctionalized Graphene for Supercapacitor Applications
Dr Chunhong Lei,
University of Surrey
United Kingdom
16:05Break
17:20Fraunhofer IPA
Graphene-based Electrodes for Application in Supercapacitors - Insights into ElectroGraph Project
Ms Urszula Kosidlo,
Fraunhofer IPA
Germany
17:45MAST Carbon International
Phenolic Resin-based Activated Carbons for Supercapacitors
Dr Negar Amini,
MAST Carbon International
United Kingdom
18:35Day 1 Ends

Thursday, 18 Apr 2013

Track 1

 Graphene Comes to Market
09:00Vorbeck Materials
Graphene - Reaching Consumers in Electronics, Composites, and Batteries
Dr John S. Lettow, President
Vorbeck Materials
United States
 Functional Inks
09:25Bluestone Global Tech
Large-area Graphene: Commercial Readiness and Integration into Electronic Applications
Dr Xuesong Li, VP, Advanced Materials
Bluestone Global Tech
United States
09:50Nanotube Research Center, AIST
Extending the current-carrying-capacity of Copper using Carbon Nanotubes
Dr Chandramouli Subramaniam, Post-Doctoral Research Scientist
Nanotube Research Center, AIST
Japan
10:15QuantumWise A/S
Theoretical Study of the Graphene-metal Contact Resistance
Prof Kurt Stokbro, CEO & Founder
QuantumWise A/S
Denmark
10:40Break
 Graphene LIVE! and TCF LIVE! - Touch Screen and ITO Replacement
11:15University of Cambridge
Graphene for Printed, Flexible and Transparent Electronics
Prof Andrea Ferrari, CAPE
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
11:40Graphenea
Graphene Films Synthesis and Transfer
Mr Jesus de La Fuente, CEO
Graphenea
Spain
 Graphene LIVE! and TCF LIVE! - Carbon Nanotubes
12:05Canatu
Enhanced display visibility by no-reflection Carbon Nanobud® transparent conductors and touch sensors
Dr David P Brown, CTO / VP Business Development
Canatu
Finland
12:30Brewer Science
Printable CNT Conductors in Flexible Packaging and Wireless Sensors
Mr Stephen Gibbons, Director of Carbon Electronics Research
Brewer Science
12:55Lunch
 Graphene Composites
14:05GRAnPH NANOTECH, Grupo Antolin
GRAnPH: Highly Crystalline Graphene, Graphene Oxide and Reduced Graphene Oxide Platelets
Dr Ana Acosta Martinez, Corporate Innovation Management, Nanotechnology
GRAnPH NANOTECH, Grupo Antolin
Spain
14:30CNM Technologies
Carbon Nanomembranes - Two-Dimensional Carbon Beyond Graphene
Dr Albert Schnieders, MD
CNM Technologies
Germany
 Scaling
14:55Durham Graphene Science
Scalable Route for the 'Bottom-up' Synthesis of Graphene Platelets and Thin Films
Prof Karl Coleman, Chief Technical Director
Durham Graphene Science
United Kingdom
 Roll to Roll Manufacturing
15:20Hanbat National University
R2R Multi-Coater for Printed Electronics
Prof Dong Soo Kim,
Hanbat National University
Korea
16:10Break
16:40University of Cambridge
Functional inks for Flexible, Transparent and Printed Electronics
Mr Felice Torrisi,
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
17:05Graphene Laboratories, Inc
Graphene and Beyond: Recent Progress in the Production of 2D Materials
Dr Elena Polyakova, CEO
Graphene Laboratories, Inc
United States
17:30Day 2 Ends
 
 

Thursday April 18, 2013

Functional Inks (09:25 - 11:15)

09:25 - 09:50 "Large-area Graphene: Commercial Readiness and Integration into Electronic Applications"
 
 
09:50 - 10:15 "Extending the current-carrying-capacity of Copper using Carbon Nanotubes"
• This talk would focus on the development of CNT-Copper (CNT-Cu) composite exhibiting 100-times higher current-carrying-capacity (108 A/cm2) than any metal (~106 A/cm2).
• The material exhibits unparalleled stability at 108 A/cm2.This has been achieved without compromising on its electrical conductivity (81% of pure Cu).
• Thus, this material presents an important technological advantage over conventional metals in back-end-of-line circuits, interconnects and vias of microelectronic devices.
• Ability to batch-fabricate the composite into micro-scale 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional structures resembling BEOL circuits and interconnects will be shown. The underlying mechanism enabling the high current-carrying-capacity will be briefly discussed.
 
10:15 - 10:50 "Theoretical Study of the Graphene-metal Contact Resistance"
I will present first-principles calculations of the electron transport across a nickel-graphene interface using the Atomistix Tool Kit (ATK) from QuantumWise. The ATK is a platform for atomic-scale modeling that provides an user-friendly interface to a wide variety of state-of-the-art simulation codes, including DFT, tight-binding and classical potential methods developed by QuantumWise, as well as external software packages.
 
10:40 Break