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Abstract:
November 13th 2009, St. John's College, University of Cambridge

Subjects included are:

Nanotube synthesis and purification, large-scale production, quality-control
Graphene and nanoribbons synthesis
Mechanical properties, composite and hybrid materials
Electronic and optical properties
Functionalisation and modification, tailoring of properties
Devices for electronic, photonic, energy, and sensor applications
Biomedical impact and applications
Theory and modelling

List of Invited Speakers

* Prof. Manish Chhowalla (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers University)
* Dr. Andrea Ferrari (Engineering Department, University of Cambridge)
* Dr. Stephan Hofmann (Engineering Department, University of Cambridge)
* Dr. Ian Kinloch (School of Materials, University of Manchester)
* Dr. Kostya Novoselov (School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester)
* Prof. John Robertson (Engineering Department, University of Cambridge)
* Dr. Milo Shaffer (Chemistry Department, Imperial College London)
* Prof. Alan Windle (Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, University of Cambridge)
* Prof. Boris Yakobson (Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, Rice University)

Invited lectures will be scheduled in three sessions from 10am until 5:30pm with coffee/tea, lunch break and poster presentation in between. Participants are invited to submit an abstract for a poster presentation.

Registration & Abstract Submission

Participants must download the registration form access.cambridgecnt.org/register.html and send it by email to no later than September 30th 2009

Registration Fees:
Full delegate rate: 60 GBP
Student rate: 20 GBP
Industrial visitor rate: 150 GBP

Further information, here access.cambridgecnt.org/CambridgeCNT09_first.pdf

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