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Graphene Special

Jan. 27 (Wed.) 14:00-17:00
Venue : Main theater in the exhibition / Fee : Free

Antonio Correia, President,
Phantoms Foundation (Spain)

Graphene Technology: Roadmap to Applications 14:00-14:25
Andrea Ferrari

Andrea Ferrari
Director, University of Cambridge,Cambridge Graphene Centre

Graphene for future sensor applications 14:30-14:55
Robert Roelver

Robert Roelver
Corporate Research, Robert Bosch

[Abstract ]

Bosch sees the timeframe for commercializing graphene devices in 5 years. The process of knowledge transfer from university basic research to industrial research has just started.
Bosch corporate research has started first collaborations with university institutes to evaluate the potential of graphene for sensor applications.
The first part will be dediacated to wafer based graphene fabrication covering recent advances in global research.
The second part will give an overview on Bosch relevant graphene based sensor applications with a special focus on magnetic Hall sensing including first experimental results.

[ Profile ]

1996 – 2003 Student of Electrical Engineering at RWTH-Aachen University 2001 6 month internship at Agilent Labs, Palo Alto, USA “MBE-growth of VCSEL Lasers”
2003 Diploma in Electrical Engineering from RWTH Aachen University 2003-2007 PHD student at Institute for Semiconductor Electronics (Prof. H. Kurz) RWTH Aachen University
Thesis Title: “Si/SiO2 quantum wells for next generation solar cells”
2007 Winner of the EMRS Young Scientist Award, EMRS Spring meeting, Strasbourg, France 2008 Post Doc at the Institute for Semiconductor Electronics (Prof. H. Kurz) RWTH Aachen University 2009-now Researcher at Bosch corporate research, department for microsystem technologies, Project Manager scouting project “Quantum and Nanotechnology”

2D Materials Growth: Prospects and Challenges 15:00-15:25
小久保 研 氏

Luigi Colombo

Texas Instruments

[ Abstract ]

The isolation of graphene now almost a decade ago has given rise to the revitalization of 2DM. The 2DM materials under investigation, in addition to graphene, include h-BN, semiconducting, metallic, and superconducting 2DM. While h-BN is an excellent 2D insulator, TMD materials provide what graphene and h-BN cannot, a bandgap that can be used to create new heterostructure devices. A number of devices structures are currently under evaluation to take advantage of the properties of these materials. Some of the devices are based on tunneling which can be used to lower the voltage and power dissipation of a logic gate. In this presentation we will review the state of the art in devices in graphene, h-BN, and a few TMD materials and their prospects for future electronic device applications.

Introduction of NEDO Project for Practical Application of
Carbon Nanomaterials 15:30-15:45
小久保 研 氏

Ken Kokubo

Project Manager and Chief Officer, Electronics, Materials Technology and Nanotechnology Dept. New Energy and Industrial Technology Develompent Organization (NEDO)

[ Abstract ]

Carbon nanomaterials such as graphene, carbon nanotube, and fullerene have distinct characteristics including very light weight and high thermal and electric conductivity. Use of such materials will thus increase energy consumption efficiency. Our NEDO project is committed to development of unprecedented and innovative materials by combining these carbon nanomaterials and existing materials. Fundamental evaluation technologies for safety and dispersion will also be developed with the aim of accelerating practical application in industries. The essence of this project including some remarkable results will be presented.

[ Profile ]

1990-1994 Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University, 1994-1998 Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, March 1998 Dr. (Engineering) Osaka University. 1998-2007 Assistant Professor of Osaka University, 2007- Associate Professor of Osaka University, 2008-2009 Visiting Associate Professor of University of Massachusetts, 2015- Project Manager and Chief Officer of New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (Cross-Appointment between Osaka University and NEDO).

Development of Graphene towards Industrial Utilization 15:50-16:25

Masataka Hasegawa

・Group Leader, NMRI, AIST
・General Manager, Graphene Division Project Headquarters, TASC

[ Abstract ]

It has been five years since graphene was awarded the Nobel Prize, and many countries are competing in the development of its practical applications. In this talk I discuss the attractiveness of graphene as industrial materials, and introduce the current situation of R&D of synthesis and mass production techniques at AIST and TASC. The possibility of graphene applications is also discussed as well as the challenges and the future developments.

[ Profile ]

1990: Electrotechnical Laboratory
2001: Research Center for Advanced Carbon Materials, AIST
2011-: General Manager, Graphene Division Project Headquarters, Technology Research Association for Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes (TASC)
2013-: Chairman, Graphene Consortium
2015-: Nanomaterials Research Institute, AIST

"Graphene Special" continues on the 2nd day (Jan 28) at the Seeds&Needs Seminar B.


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