Exploring ‘Flatland’s’ Future during Materials Week at Warwick

Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal

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Title Exploring ‘Flatland’s’ Future during Materials Week at Warwick
Creator Marsden, Alex; Microscopy Group, Department of Physics, University of Warwick
materials science, Materials Week, Warwick, graphene, 2D materials, Konstantin Novoselov
Description Materials have been at the heart of humankind’s development since our beginning. Recently, a new family of materials have emerged that promise to revolutionise our technologies. These are materials that are only one atom thick, truly two-dimensional. From 1 to 5 of February 2016, Warwick hosted Materials Week, which brought together students, researchers, and the public to discuss materials research at Warwick. This critical reflection piece looks at the events in Materials Week that focused on the emerging field of 2D materials: a workshop to discuss 2D materials in composites and electrochemistry; a colloquium by Professor Jonathan Coleman, a leader in the production of 2D materials; and finally a lecture from Professor Sir Konstantin Novoselov, one of the two researchers who won the Nobel Prize in Physics for having started the 2D revolution.
Publisher University of Warwick, UK
Date 2016-04-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article

Format application/pdf
Identifier http://journals.sfu.ca/exchanges/index.php/exchanges/article/view/103
Source Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal; Vol 3, No 2 (2016): April; 247-252
Language eng
Relation http://journals.sfu.ca/exchanges/index.php/exchanges/article/view/103/233
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