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Wednesday, 17 Apr 2013

Track 1

 Graphene LIVE!
Graphene: Analysis of Technology, Markets and Players
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Senior Technology Analyst
United Kingdom
The UK Initiative in Graphene Research and Commercialisation
Dr Andy Lawrence, Senior Portfolio Manager
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)
12:45Graphene Technologies
Graphene from CO2 - Learning to Love Carbon Emissions
Mr Jon Myers, CEO and Founder
Graphene Technologies
United States
 Supercapacitor Markets
Markets for Supercapacitors 2013-2023
Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman
United Kingdom
15:05CAP-XX Ltd
Present and Future Markets for Thin, Prismatic Supercapacitors and Supercabatteries
Mr Anthony Kongats, CEO
 Improving the Performance of Supercapacitors with Graphene
15:30Fraunhofer IPA
Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Supercapacitors
Ivica Kolaric,
Fraunhofer IPA
15:55University of Surrey
Electrophoretic Deposition of Unfunctionalized Graphene for Supercapacitor Applications
Dr Chunhong Lei,
University of Surrey
United Kingdom
17:20Fraunhofer IPA
Graphene-based Electrodes for Application in Supercapacitors - Insights into ElectroGraph Project
Ms Urszula Kosidlo,
Fraunhofer IPA
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
10:15QuantumWise A/S
Theoretical Study of the Graphene-metal Contact Resistance
Prof Kurt Stokbro, CEO & Founder
QuantumWise A/S
 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
Graphene Films Synthesis and Transfer
Mr Jesus de La Fuente, CEO
 Graphene LIVE! and TCF LIVE! - Carbon Nanotubes
Enhanced display visibility by no-reflection Carbon Nanobud® transparent conductors and touch sensors
Dr David P Brown, CTO / VP Business Development
12:30Brewer Science
Printable CNT Conductors in Flexible Packaging and Wireless Sensors
Mr Stephen Gibbons, Director of Carbon Electronics Research
Brewer Science
 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
14:30CNM Technologies
Carbon Nanomembranes - Two-Dimensional Carbon Beyond Graphene
Dr Albert Schnieders, MD
CNM Technologies
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
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