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Low Dimensional Carbon Technologies

Lecture

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Carbon in the form of diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but low dimensional carbon is fast becoming just as valuable.Come and hear about these and the challenges for the future.

Date and Time

03 February 2015 - 19:30-22:00

Location

Crawley, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Sussex local network.


About this event

Carbon in the form of diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but low dimensional carbon is fast becoming just as valuable. Fullerene, graphene, bucky-balls, carbon nanotubes and nanostructures are the new names in the world of advanced technology. Applications in the offing now include high luminance organic light emitting diodes (LEDs), new chemical sensors, and organic solar cells. Come and hear about these and the challenges for the future.

Programme

6.45pm - doors open for refreshments and networking
7.30pm - start of lecture
8.30pm - estimated finish and Q&As
9.00pm - event closes

Additional information

This talk is presented by Prof. Ravi Silva Silva FREng FIET, Director of ATI University of Surrey.
The event is organised by IET Sussex.

Registration information

Those wishing to attend must please pre-register via the IET’s website - see link below.


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