Flexible electronics are seen as one of graphene’s most revolutionary applications, with many companies undertaking huge research projects to bring products to market.
To realize this game changing use, researchers and industry are now scrutinizing graphene’s role as a replacement for expensive and diminishing indium tin oxide, revealing the time frame for production scale-up, and detailing the real sizes of sheets available to discover commercially viable graphene based devices.
Graphene Commercialization and Applications 2013, which will be held in San Mateo, California, December 10-11 2013, is pleased to announce Jani Kivioja, Research Leader, Nokia Research Center, as the latest industry leader to join the stellar faculty. Dr Kivioja will address application development as well as detailing the short term direction Nokia sees for graphene in flexible electronics, being joined by Seungmin Cho, Principal Research Engineer at Samsung Techwin.
This session underlines the application focus of the summit, a vital lens for establishing commercial viability.
Other applications to be evaluated include joint sessions focusing on:
Batteries - The Extent To Which Graphene Can Be Utilized To Improve Energy Density In Batteries And The Purity Requirements For Use – Is This Application Economically Scalable? - Xin Zhao, Materials Scientist, Jefferson Labs
Supercapacitors - Revealing The Status Of Supercapacitor Applications And Their Potential For Boosting Energy Density – Is This Technology A Viable Replacement For Lithium-Ion Batteries? - Rodney Ruoff, Director, The Ruoff Group, UT Austin & Richard Kaner, Professor of Chemistry, UCLA
Transistors - Assessing Strategies To Overcome The Absence Of A Natural Bandgap And Progress Towards Using Graphene In High Power Transistors - Alexander Bratkovski, Principal Research Scientist, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Structural Applications - Detailing Advantages And Current Limitations To Use Of Graphene For Structural Applications: What Are The Timelines And Projected Roadmaps For Commercialization? Michael Meador, Nanotechnology Project Manager, NASA & Tim McDonald, Chief Scientist, Electro Magnetic Applications
Optical Electronics - Examining The Current Feasibility Of Optical Applications And Methods Of Production – What Is The State-Of-The-Art And Where Do The Opportunities Lie - Alberto Valdes Garcia, Manager RF Circuits and Systems, IBM & Dr Aravind Vijayaraghavan, Lecturer, University of Manchester
Sensors - Revealing The Performance Of Graphene As A Sensor – What Is The Timeline For Commercialization And How Significant Are The Challenges Posed By Contamination? - Dr Aravind Vijayaraghavan, Lecturer, University of Manchester
Additional Leading Speakers Include:
- Michael Strano, Leader, Strano Research Group, MIT
- Walter de Heer, Leader Epitaxial Laboratory, Georgia Tech
- Michael O’Connor, Head of Technology & Innovation, Nokia
- Kris Behler, Senior Material Scientist, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
- Jianhua Yang, Principal Research Scientist, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
- Dr. Nathan Hill, Business Development and Strategy Director, National Graphene Institute
- Ardavan Zandiatashbar, Application Scientist, Park Systems Inc.
- Madhav Guatam, Process Engineer, Intel Corporation
- Pradyumna Goli, Research Associate, A.A. Balandin Nano-Device Laboratory UC Riverside
- Dr. Qingkai Yu, Assistant Professor, Texas State University
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