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International School and Workshop on Physics of Graphene Nanostructures (ISWPG09)
School of Physics, IPM
21-28 September, 2009

   An eight-day international school and workshop on physics of graphene nanostructures is planned by and held at IPM, Tehran. The school and workshop is intended to provide an advanced research forum about the rapidly progressing science and technology of graphene (individual layers of graphite only one-atomic layer thick), advances in its growth, and  manufacturing graphene-based devices, investigation of physical properties of graphene using a broad range of characterization methods and emerging applications of this new material. Chemical, mechanical, and electronic properties of graphene open new ways for numerous important applications.
 
   The purpose of  the school and workshop is to bring together leading experts
in the field of graphene physics, including experiment, theory and applications to discuss fundamentals and perspectives of this rapidly growing branch of science.

   The school and workshop program will incorporate invited speakers, contributed talks and time will also be devoted to informal discussions.

Invited Speakers:
 

G. Baskaran, W. Belzig, F. Dolcini, V. I. Falíko, F. Guinea, M. I. Katsnelson, A. H. MacDonald, K. S. Novoselov, M. Polini, M. A. H. Vozmediano, K. Ziegler


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Place of Workshop: IPM, Tehran
Deadline for Registration: 7 August 2009


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