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Graphene-based Technologies

Call for Papers

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This event will review the state of the art and future trends in Graphene research, with a particular focus on production techniques, material characterization and the latest applications in RF devices.

Date and Time

20 February 2015 - 09:00-17:00

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Antennas & Propagation TPN.


About this event

This event will review the state of the art and future trends in Graphene research, with a particular focus on production techniques, material characterization and the latest applications in RF devices.

Graphene is considered a promising material which may revolutionize the world of RF, electronics and communications. There is large consensus within the academic and industrial world that Graphene will enable the development and manufacturing of groundbreaking RF technologies. In particular Graphene is envisaged as the best candidate to fully exploit the potential of millimeter-wave and terahertz frequencies communications. 

Graphene has unique characteristics, its inherent two-dimensional nature means that high-quality Graphene is the thinnest stable material, yet it is stretchable and optically transparent. It can be an excellent conductor of electricity and heat, and exhibits extremely interesting properties such as ballistic charge transport and bipolar transistor effect. 

The use of Graphene is being proposed in various fields, from supercapacitors to nano-antennas, however, much work remains to be done before Graphene can be used in commercial RF components, including its large scale manufacturing and characterization.

Keynote Speaker

  • Professor Sajad Haq, Group Leader Functional Materials, BAE Systems

Call for papers

The call for papers is now open, summary papers are invited from areas relating to graphene, including but not exclusively:

  • Graphene-based antennas
  • Graphene IC for RF applications
  • Graphene for THz, optics and plasmonics.
  • Synthesis of graphene, including large graphene samples
  • Characterization, novel techniques and experimental tools
  • Graphene surface modification
  • Modeling and theoretical calculations
  • Integration into applications, devices and sensors
  • Electronic devices and structures
  • Energy storage applications

By submitting your paper you have the opportunity to have your work indexed and fully citable on INSPEC (optional).

Download the paper submission template for details on the required layout of your paper.

Please email your submission to David Houssein, Community Relationship Manager.

Important Dates 

Submission deadline: 05 December 2014 

Acceptance notification: 20 January 2015

Final paper submission: TBC 

Reasons to attend

By submitting a paper it will give you the opportunity to:

  • Have your work indexed and fully citable on INSPEC
  • Raise your profile within the industry
  • Present new work among your peers
  • Gain presenting experience
  • Explore opportunities for collaboration

Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 6 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

Registration information

Prior registration is required. 



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