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22nd International Conference on Graphene, Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures, will be organized around the theme “Launching Carbon into the World of Nanotechnology”
Carbon Congress 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Carbon Congress 2018
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Chemical functionalization of graphene enables the material to be processed by solvent assisted techniques, such as layer by layer assembly, spin coating and filtration. Hexagonal boron nitride is electrical insulating, combined with graphene and other 2D materials to make heterostructure devices. The two dimensional graphene sheet structures for field emission of electrons due to the carrier mobility and electron mass. The filed emitter by using multi layered graphene nanostructure, the graphitic structure of pristine graphene and carbon nanotube is the driving force of their interaction. The combination of graphene with carbon nanotubes to produced hybrids increased electrical conductivity, mechanical properties and high surface area.
- Track 1-1Graphene based products
- Track 1-22D Materials heterostructures and superstructures
- Track 1-3Functionalisation of graphene oxide through surface modification
- Track 1-4Field emission from Graphene
- Track 1-5Chemical functionalisation of Graphene
- Track 1-6Functionalization of graphene by other carbon nanostructure
The best way to synthesize graphene is by the process of chemical method. The Mechanical exfoliation method is possibly the technique to attain single and few layered graphene products from natural graphite by recurrent peeling/exfoliation. Chemical vapor deposition method has procedures for making thin continuous films with thickness control in micro-electronics. Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD) synthesize larger part of graphene on copper foils using spin coated PMMA films. Graphene heterostructures are synthesized on cobalt substrates by means of the molecular beam epitaxial growth.
- Track 2-1Mechanical exfoliation
- Track 2-2Chemical vapor deposition
- Track 2-3Molecular Beam Epitaxial Growth
- Track 2-4Electrochemical synthesis
- Track 2-5Hydrothermal self-assembly
- Track 2-6Plasma enchanced chemical
- Track 2-7Graphene analogs
Graphene enhanced lithium ion batteries could be more beneficial for advanced energy usage applications such as in smartphones, laptops and tablet PCs. Graphene is cost-effective, flexible and extremely efficient for photovoltaics devices due to its outstanding electron-transport properties and carrier mobility. Single or few layered graphene with less agglomeration, shows higher surface area and improved supercapacitor. In hydrogen storage, hydrogen plays an important role in energy carriers. As a fuel it is light weight, comprises high energy density and produces no-harmful chemical by-products, hydrogen considered as a green energy.
- Track 3-1Solarcells
- Track 3-2Supercapictor energy storage
- Track 3-3Lithium-ion batteries
- Track 3-4Photovoltaics
- Track 3-5Hydrogen storage
- Track 3-6Fuel cells
Graphene based composites is currently popularized on an enormous scale. These graphene-based composites are increasing constantly, and they are available in market for their use as tennis rackets, to bikes, to skis. The execution of such materials is not almost identical to that of immaculate graphene sheets, that are measured at the nanoscale, which excellently go around settled materials, for example, steel, silicon, or copper. A significant description behind this discrepancy in properties is that it is not yet entirely seen how two-dimensional (2D) - based composites work at the nanoscale level (mechanical, electrical, and so on.) when they are fused into a mass material.
- Track 4-1Graphene Composites
- Track 4-2Characterisation and modelling of Graphene materials in Composites
- Track 4-3Fundamental Science of Graphene and 2D Materials beyond graphene
- Track 4-4Chemisry of 2-D Materials
- Track 4-5Science and applications of graphene and new 2D materials
- Track 4-6Correlation Effects in Graphene and 2D Materials
Graphene has been extensively exploited as a part of numerous applications in the current decade because of its excellent properties, that include extensive surface-to-volume proportion, exciting optical properties, outstanding electrical conductivity, high bearer portability, high transporter thickness, high warm conductivity, room temperature Hall impact, ambipolar field-impact attributes, high flag to-clamor proportion, and importantly high mechanical quality. It is a two-dimensional (2D) planar sheet of sp2-fortified carbon molecules stuffed thickly in a honeycomb like cross section. The huge scale engineering of graphene is by the help of Concoction Vapor Affidavit (CVD). A few substance alterations, biomolecular immobilization and Nano composite arrangement techniques have also been formed.
- Track 5-1Latest developments in graphene production methods towards wide scale commercialization
- Track 5-2A Nanowrench in the works
- Track 5-3Nanopores could take the salt out of seawater
- Track 5-4A molecular light-driven nanosubmarine
- Track 5-5Bubble pen to write with nano particles
- Track 5-6Nanosensors to replace RFID chips on consumer Products
- Track 5-7Nano Produces Self-replicating microscopic robots
- Track 5-8Development of intelligent wearable systems using nano technology
- Track 5-9Remote sensing through nano Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and satellites
- Track 5-10Nano Fibre Compared With Human Hair
- Track 5-11Nanowires as Hair spray
- Track 5-12Emerging opportunities for graphene-based materials
- Track 5-13Nanotechnology changes behaviour of Materials used in solar -cells
Graphenated CarbonNanotubes are new hybrid that combines graphitic foliates grown with sidewalls of bamboo style CNTs. It has high surface are with 3D framework of CNTs coupled with high edge density of graphene. Chemical modification of carbon nanotubes are covalent and non-covalent modifications due to their hydrophobic nature and improve adhesion to a bulk polymer through chemical attachment. Applications of the carbon nanotubes are composite fibre, cranks, baseball bats, Microscope probes, tissue engineering, energy storage, super capacitor etc. Nanotubes are categorized as single-walled and multi-walled nanotubes with related structures.
- Track 6-1Types of carbon nanotubes and related structures
- Track 6-2Graphenated carbon nanotubes (g-CNTs)
- Track 6-3Properties of Carbon Nanotubes
- Track 6-4Safety and health
- Track 6-5Chemical modification
- Track 6-6Applications
By alloying multiple compounds, some semiconductor materials are tunable that results in ternary, quaternary compositions. Applications of semiconductors materials are optoelectronic, solar cells, Nano photonics, and quantum optics. Fabrication of cellulose Nano-structures via Nano Synthesis is a direct conversion of TMSC layers into cellulose via a Nano-sized focused electron beam as used in scanning electron microscopes.
- Track 7-1Types of semiconductor materials
- Track 7-2Fabrication
- Track 7-3Semiconductor alloy system
- Track 7-4Applications of Semiconductor materials
- Track 7-5Fabrication of Cellulose Nano-Structures via Nanosynthesis
The initial two-dimensional (2D) material that was revealed is graphene during the year 2004. 2D Materials which are referred to as single layer materials, are the crystalline materials that involves only single layer of atoms. Since the isolation of graphene, a huge research was carried out in segregating other 2D materials owing to their distinct features and their wide applications in photovoltaics, semiconductors, electrodes and water purification. Research on these materials has increased more hastily than that of graphene since 2010.The global marketplace for 2D materials is predictable to reach USD390 million within an era, generally for graphene in their applications as semiconductor materials, electronics, batteries and composites markets.
- Track 8-1Integration of Graphene with other 2D materials
- Track 8-2Growth, synthesis techniques and integration methods
- Track 8-3Chemistry and modification of 2DMaterials
- Track 8-4Electronic, optoelectronic properties and potential applications
- Track 8-5Structural, electronic, optical and magnetic properties of 2DMaterials and devices
- Track 8-6Applications of 2DMaterials in electronics, photonics, energy and biomedicine
Graphene based Nanomaterials have abundant promising applications in vitality associated zones. Graphene enhances both energy limit and charge rate in rechargeable batteries; Enacted graphene makes dominant super capacitors for energy stockpiling. Graphene terminals is going to be the prominent methodology for creating sunlight-based cells that are economical, lightweight and adaptable. Likewise, the multifunctional graphene mats are promising substrates for synergist frameworks. The prominent energy associated areas where graphene will have an effect in sun powered solar cells, supercapacitors, lithium-particle batteries, and catalysis for energy units.
- Track 9-1Revolutionary graphene polymer batteries for electric cars
- Track 9-2Graphene features as a transparent electrode
- Track 9-3Electrical energy storage
- Track 9-4Sustainable Technologies
- Track 9-5Hydrogen Technologies
- Track 9-6Nuclear Acident Cleanup and Waste Storage
- Track 9-7Increasing the efficiency of energy production
- Track 9-8Solarthermal Energy
- Track 9-9Graphene enables long lasting lithium-air batteries
- Track 9-10Graphenano announces the launch of a manufacturing plant for graphene-based batteries
- Track 9-11Generation of chemical energy resources
Carbon are one among those materials that can stick itself to its shape to a greater degree solid two-dimensional (2D) sheets. In this three-dimensional world, these sheets can be rolled and collapsed into several three-dimensional structures. The ball-formed fullerenes and the tube-shaped nanotubes are familiar among the three-dimensional (3D) structures. Other possible structures are carbon nanocones and Swiss cheddar like nanoporous carbon.