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Face to Face Meeting with Nobel Laureate Andre Geim at GRAPHCHINA 2015

Qingdao, the most beautiful tourist hot spot in China, will attract more attention in 2015. A global event, 2015’ International Graphene Innovation Conference (GRAPHCHINA 2015) will be held on October 28-30, 2015 in this beautiful city.

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Since 2010, two scientists from the University of Manchester, Prof. Andre Geim and Prof. Konstantin Novoselov won the Nobel Prize in physics because of discovering graphene, the research progress of graphene materials has attracted tremendous attention.

On October 28-30, at this international event of graphene industry, the 2010 Nobel physics prize winner Sir Andre Geim will contribute a lecture on Beyond Simple Graphene: Van der Waals Heterostructures.

The conference with the theme of solutions for commercialization of graphene, will hold many activities on the application fields of graphene, such as energy storage, printable ink, touch screen, standardization, new production launch, etc.

It aims to provide service and also a platform for related international research institutions and enterprises to communicate and cooperate with other colleagues from the world, and thus to actively promote global cooperation and development of graphene industry.

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