|Location||USA - Miami|
|Start Date||Sep 19, 2022|
|End Date||Sep 20, 2022|
|Subject Area||Nanoscience - Nanotechnology Oil - Gas - Petrochemical New energy - Renewable energy Polymer - Nanocomposites|
Phronesis LLC is glad to announce and extend a warm invitation to you to join its “2nd World Graphene Technology Summit” (GTS-2022) which is scheduled to take place at Miami, USA during September 19-20, 2022.
The summit having the theme “Current and Emerging Trends in Graphene Technology” will once again unite researchers, scientists, academicians, industry key players, policymakers and delegates from a wide range of disciplines to deliberate on the latest findings and trends of the graphene, providing a forum for the exchange of knowledge and forging of new ideas. With its scientific sessions, you are provided assurance to explore the latest technologies and breakthroughs that are specific to your area of work. No doubt the event has a broad scope of topics and continued in parallel sessions relative to the specific area of research.
Let us meet to get the tremendous experience with international experts, B2B interactions and to visit the city attractions….
- Graphene Materials and Technologies
- Graphene and 2D material Nano composites
- Graphene modification and functionalization
- Carbon nanotubes and grapheme
- Advances in Graphene Physics
- Deposition and doping of diamond, carbon nanotubes, graphene, etc.
- Diamond devices for power electronics, optoelectronics and sensors
- Semiconductor Materials and Nanostructures
- Large scale Graphene production and characterization
- Graphene nano In Energy and Storage
- Graphene: Innovation and commercialization
- Graphene-related health and environment research/ Toxicity
- Graphite, Graphene and their polymer nanocomposite materials
- Graphene Coatings, Thin Films & Devices, Graphene Derivatives
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Graphene 3D printing
- Photocatalytic process
- Fuel cells
- Chemistry and biology studies of grapheme
- Organic Semiconductors
- Nitride Semiconductors