Graphene: Taking Electronics Beyond Silicon

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Georgia Tech is organizing a one-day workshop on graphene, the ultra-thin carbon material that promises to advance electronics beyond silicon. Leading French and American scientists in the field will give keynote presentations and share ideas to nurture existing partnerships and foster new collaborations between U.S. and French research institutions.


  • "Epitaxial Graphene as an Electronic Material" by Dr. Walt A. de Heer, Regents’ Professor, School of Physics, Georgia Tech
  • "Advances in Graphene Chemistry" by Dr. Robert C Haddon, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, and Chemical and Environtal Engineering, University of California, Riverside 
  • "Synchrotron Opportunities for Surface Science in Graphene" by Dr. Amina Taleb-Ibrahimi, CNRS, Synchrotron Soleil 
  •  "Graphene and Spintronics" by Dr. Albert Fert, Nobel Prize 2007 in Physics, University Paris-Sud 
  •  "Carbon-based Optoelectronics" by Dr. Bernard Kippelen, Professor and Director, Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics, Georgia Tech
  • "Atlanta Overview of the Graphene Programs in France and Future European Projects"  TBA



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  • Created By:Michael Hagearty
  • Created:09/29/2011
  • Modified By:Fletcher Moore
  • Modified:10/07/2016