IMPORTANT DATES:

Abstract submission is OPEN!
until 10 April, 2020

Reduced registration fee
until 10 December, 2019

Notification of acceptance
until 15 April, 2020

Early bird registration
until 20 April, 2020

Hotel booking deadline
until 10 April, 2020

ISGD-7 WASHINGTON:
20-23 July 2020



20-23 JULY 2020:
ISGD-7 WASHINGTON, D.C.

Dear Colleagues,

The 7th International Symposium on Graphene Devices (ISGD-7) is the main meeting addressing advanced graphene applications, offering a unique forum to review the current status, the latest developments, future prospects and related fundamental studies, covering both state-of-the-art experimental and theoretical discoveries. ISGD-7 will be held at the Capitol Skyline Hotel (10 I Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20024) from 20-23 July, 2020.

This continues a biennial series of symposia initiated in 2008 in Japan, at the University of Aizu and continued in 2010 at the Tohoku University, in Sendai (Japan). In 2012, at the Synchrotron SOLEIL in Saint Aubin, in France. In 2014, in Seattle, USA. In 2016, in Brisbane, Australia and in 2018 in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Looking forward to welcoming you in Washington, D.C.!

 

Prof. Joshua Caldwell (chair)
Vanderbilt University
USA

Prof. Tony Low (co-chair)
University of Minnesota,
USA

ISGD-7 FLYER / FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS (here)



Conference venue: Capital Skyline Hotel

INVITED SPEAKERS

OPENING PLENARY LECTURE:

‘Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices in Van Der Waals Heterostructures’
Prof. Philip Kim
Harvard University,
USA

 

Prof. Kin Fai Mak
Cornell University,
USA

‘Optical and Electronic Properties of 2D Nanostructures by Theoretical Atomic-Level Analysis’ 
Dr. Ruth Pachter

Air Force Research
Laboratory (AFRL/RX),
USA

‘Nanophotonics with Hexagonal Boron Nitride’
Prof. Igor Aharonovich
University of Technology Sydney, AUSTRALIA

 

Prof. James Hone
Columbia University,
USA

‘Layered materials and porous metallic networks’
Dr. Jeremy T Robinson
Naval Research Laboratory,
USA

‘Plasmonic Nano-Structures’ 
Prof. Dmitri Basov
Columbia University,
USA

‘2D Magnets, Heterostructures and Spintronic Devices’
Prof. Cheng Gong
University Maryland,
USA

‘Science and Technology of Graphene and Other 2D Materials Based Membranes’ 
Prof. Rahul R. Nair

The University of Manchester,
UK

‘Wafer-Scale Synthesis of Single Crystal Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Monolayers’
Prof. Joan M. Redwing
The Pennsylvania State University, USA

‘New Result in Investigation and Application of Graphen Grown by Thermodestruction of the Sic Surface’ 
Prof. A. A. Lebedev

Ioffe Institute and ITMO University, Russia

‘Graphene-Enabled Quantum Materials’
Dr. Joshua A. Robinson
Penn State University,
USA

 

Prof. Federico Capasso
Harvard University,
USA

‘New Functional Heterostructures Through Low-Temperature Growth of van der Waals Materials’
Prof. Christopher L. Hinkle
University of Notre Dame,

USA

‘Ultrafast Crystallography of Layered Semimetals’ 
Dr. Edbert Jarvis Sie
Stanford University

USA


Prof. Thomas Seyller

Technische Universität Chemnitz,
Germany

‘Leveraging graphene on silicon substrates for integrated electronics, photonics and electrochemical applications’
Prof. Francesca Iacopi
University of Technology Sydney,

Australia

‘Probing Phonon Polaritons in Nanomaterials using an Electron Microscope’ 
Prof. Maureen Joel Lagos
McMaster University,

Canada

‘Nanooptics with van der Waals materials’ 
Prof. Pablo Alonso González
University of Oviedo,

Spain

 

Prof. Piran R Kidambi
Vanderbilt University,

USA

‘Spintronics and Sensors
using Graphene and 2D Materials’
Dr. Adam L. Friedman
Laboratory for Physical Sciences,
USA

 

Prof. Roland Kawakami
The Ohio State University,
USA

 

Dr. Evgeniya Lock
Naval Research Laboratory,
USA