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Graphene & 2D Materials: End Users, Applications, Major Producers & Start Ups

14-15 April 2021

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Graphene | Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNT, MWCNTs) | Boron Nitride | 2D Materials | Graphene-Silicon Anode | Battery Additives | Supercapacitors | Biosensors | Concrete Additive | Filtration Membranes | Composites and Plastic Additives | Fibers and Textiles | Gas Sensors | Memory Devices | Shielding | Conductive Fibers | Scale-Up | Quantum Electronics | Reflective Displays | Speaker Membranes | Anti-Corrosion Coatings | Novel Manufacturing Methods | Functionalization | R2R CVD Growth and Transfer | VC Investment

Leading global speakers include:
FIAT
Raymor
Avanzare
Innovation Alliance of the Graphene Industry(CGIA)
2DM
Quantag
Molymem
Graphenea
TATA Steel
Gerdau Graphene
Versarien plc.
inov-8
GraphenePioneer
CNM Technologies
LIGC
Imperial College London
BASF
Thales
VTT
AEH Innovative Hydrogel Limited
NanoXplore
Sixonia Tech GmbH
University of Manchester
Graphene@Manchester
PPG
Cabot Corporation
SSM Technology
Qenos
Bright Day Graphene
Sixth Element
Nanoplexus Limited
Hangzhou Gaoxi Technology Co., Ltd
ABB
VARTA Micro Innovation GmbH
Xi 'an Tang Dynasty Huaqing Graphene Technology Co. LTD
Nationwide Engineering & Concretene
Grafren AB
Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre
Graphene@Manchester
Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology
IP Group
LG Electronics
General Graphene Corporation
Cardea Bio Inc
Grapheal
Shangdong Sino-Graphene Light Alloy Co. Ltd
Metalgrass
Shaanxi Huaqing Yifeng New Material Co. Ltd
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14 April 2021

LG Electronics

Wednesday

CVD Graphene as a New Material Platform for a Next Generation IT/ BT Industry,

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Sooyeun Kim

Professional/Chief Research Engineer

S.Y. Kim, W.B. Park, J.S. Moon, J.W. Sung, T.H. Kim, J.H. Roh, D.J. Park
Materials & Devices Advanced Research Center, LG Electronics Inc. Seoul, Korea


It was believed that graphene is a wonder material, capable of changing the world like plastics.
However, we have not experienced a graphene industrial revolution yet. Slow advances in its R&D make graphene’s commercial future much less certain. The main reason behind this is cost. Despite superior properties of graphene, the cost to benefit ratio of applying graphene to commercial products is not clear. Also, the obstacle to be overcome is reliable and consistent production of high quality graphene. Here, LG Electronics has made a challenge for mass production of high quality graphene.
In this talk, it is addressed that vertical R2R CVD reactors have been developed for large area and mass production. How the graphene quality has been improved and how we control the quality for mass production is presented. Our business strategy for future graphene applications is shortly mentioned.

All, Graphene, 2D Materials, Advanced Materials

CVD Graphene as a New Material Platform for a Next Generation IT/ BT Industry,

01:10pm

S.Y. Kim, W.B. Park, J.S. Moon, J.W. Sung, T.H. Kim, J.H. Roh, D.J. Park
Materials & Devices Advanced Research Center, LG Electronics Inc. Seoul, Korea


It was believed that graphene is a wonder material, capable of changing the world like plastics.
However, we have not experienced a graphene industrial revolution yet. Slow advances in its R&D make graphene’s commercial future much less certain. The main reason behind this is cost. Despite superior properties of graphene, the cost to benefit ratio of applying graphene to commercial products is not clear. Also, the obstacle to be overcome is reliable and consistent production of high quality graphene. Here, LG Electronics has made a challenge for mass production of high quality graphene.
In this talk, it is addressed that vertical R2R CVD reactors have been developed for large area and mass production. How the graphene quality has been improved and how we control the quality for mass production is presented. Our business strategy for future graphene applications is shortly mentioned.

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14 April 2021

BASF

Wednesday

Black Flakes with Green Value Proposition – Graphene Polymer Composites for Sustainability

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Nikolaus Nestle

Principal Scientist

Since the discovery of graphene and its impressive mechanic, thermal and electrical properties, major materials research efforts have been made towards harnessing these properties for the development of polymer composites with unprecedented performance. While this research has shown that some of the bolder expectations for their properties will probably not be achievable for reasons from basic physics, substantial progress has been made in the production of composites with more down-to-earth property improvements.
At the same time, the production of graphene related materials (GRM) has made great progress with respect to available quantities, cost and resource efficiency that pragmatic applications of graphene as just another functional filler for polymer composites has become economically and ecologically viable.

While such properties are not necessarily “flashy”, they nevertheless may greatly help the polymer industry on the way of to a more circular and resource-efficient economy.

Graphene, 2D Materials, All, Advanced Materials

Black Flakes with Green Value Proposition – Graphene Polymer Composites for Sustainability

01:30pm

Since the discovery of graphene and its impressive mechanic, thermal and electrical properties, major materials research efforts have been made towards harnessing these properties for the development of polymer composites with unprecedented performance. While this research has shown that some of the bolder expectations for their properties will probably not be achievable for reasons from basic physics, substantial progress has been made in the production of composites with more down-to-earth property improvements.
At the same time, the production of graphene related materials (GRM) has made great progress with respect to available quantities, cost and resource efficiency that pragmatic applications of graphene as just another functional filler for polymer composites has become economically and ecologically viable.

While such properties are not necessarily “flashy”, they nevertheless may greatly help the polymer industry on the way of to a more circular and resource-efficient economy.

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14 April 2021

Thales

Wednesday

Roll-To-Roll Fabrication Of Supercapacitors: Towards A New Generation Of Devices And Fabrication Technique

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Paolo Bondavalli

Head of Nanomaterial team

Graphene, All, R2R, Batteries and Fuel Cells, Advanced Materials

Roll-To-Roll Fabrication Of Supercapacitors: Towards A New Generation Of Devices And Fabrication Technique

01:55pm

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14 April 2021

Gerdau Graphene

Wednesday

The Graphene market in Brazil: applications, potential, and projects

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Alex Corrêa

General Manager

All, Graphene, 2D Materials, Advanced Materials

The Graphene market in Brazil: applications, potential, and projects

02:30pm

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14 April 2021

University of Manchester

Wednesday

Graphene-enhanced rubber & foam for ‘no compromise’ running shoes

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Aravind Vijayaraghavan

Professor of Nanomaterials & Head of Business Engagement

In this talk, we will first present the science behind how graphene can enhance the mechanical properties of elastomers like rubbers, and also foams. We will then talk about how inov-8 have pioneered the use of graphene-enhanced rubber in their Graphene-Grip outsoles, and graphene-enhanced foams in their G-Fly midsoles. These deliver uncompromising and world-leading performance in inov-8s’ running, hiking and fitness footwear, which are now sold both online and in high-street stores all over the world. These shoes have won numerous Editor’s Choice awards and powered athletes to competition successes and world records.

All, Graphene, 2D Materials, Advanced Materials

Graphene-enhanced rubber & foam for ‘no compromise’ running shoes

02:50pm

In this talk, we will first present the science behind how graphene can enhance the mechanical properties of elastomers like rubbers, and also foams. We will then talk about how inov-8 have pioneered the use of graphene-enhanced rubber in their Graphene-Grip outsoles, and graphene-enhanced foams in their G-Fly midsoles. These deliver uncompromising and world-leading performance in inov-8s’ running, hiking and fitness footwear, which are now sold both online and in high-street stores all over the world. These shoes have won numerous Editor’s Choice awards and powered athletes to competition successes and world records.

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14 April 2021

inov-8

Wednesday

Graphene-enhanced rubber & foam for ‘no compromise’ running shoes

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Bodil Oudshoorn

Footwear Product Manager

In this talk, we will first present the science behind how graphene can enhance the mechanical properties of elastomers like rubbers, and also foams. We will then talk about how inov-8 have pioneered the use of graphene-enhanced rubber in their Graphene-Grip outsoles, and graphene-enhanced foams in their G-Fly midsoles. These deliver uncompromising and world-leading performance in inov-8s’ running, hiking and fitness footwear, which are now sold both online and in high-street stores all over the world. These shoes have won numerous Editor’s Choice awards and powered athletes to competition successes and world records.

Bodil Oudshoorn
Inov-8

Bio

Dr Bodil Oudshoorn is the Footwear Product Manager at the British sports brand inov-8. After a PhD in Sports Engineering at Sheffield Hallam University she has now moved to industry, combining her knowledge of engineering, biomechanics and sport to produce innovative footwear for athletes.

All, Graphene, 2D Materials, Advanced Materials

Graphene-enhanced rubber & foam for ‘no compromise’ running shoes

02:50pm

In this talk, we will first present the science behind how graphene can enhance the mechanical properties of elastomers like rubbers, and also foams. We will then talk about how inov-8 have pioneered the use of graphene-enhanced rubber in their Graphene-Grip outsoles, and graphene-enhanced foams in their G-Fly midsoles. These deliver uncompromising and world-leading performance in inov-8s’ running, hiking and fitness footwear, which are now sold both online and in high-street stores all over the world. These shoes have won numerous Editor’s Choice awards and powered athletes to competition successes and world records.

Bodil Oudshoorn
Inov-8

Bio

Dr Bodil Oudshoorn is the Footwear Product Manager at the British sports brand inov-8. After a PhD in Sports Engineering at Sheffield Hallam University she has now moved to industry, combining her knowledge of engineering, biomechanics and sport to produce innovative footwear for athletes.

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14 April 2021

VARTA Micro Innovation GmbH

Wednesday

Silicon/Graphene Composites For High-Energy Batteries

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Dr. Christoph Stangl

Project Manager

For lithium ion batteries, the use of silicon as active material on the negative electrode is most promising, since silicon offers exceptional high volumetric and gravimetric lithium storage capabilities as well as low charging/discharging potentials. However, this high storage capability is accompanied with high volume changes during lithium insertion/extraction, which causes a rapid decay in dimensional stability of the host material (1). The use of graphene-related materials can help to overcome these crucial problems, as graphene offers a highly conductive and mechanically stable matrix that can suppress or buffer this large volume expansion (2) (3). Consequently, graphene-related materials improve the cycling stability by retaining the native structural integrity as well as the electrode porosity.

All, Graphene, 2D Materials, Advanced Materials

Silicon/Graphene Composites For High-Energy Batteries

03:13pm

For lithium ion batteries, the use of silicon as active material on the negative electrode is most promising, since silicon offers exceptional high volumetric and gravimetric lithium storage capabilities as well as low charging/discharging potentials. However, this high storage capability is accompanied with high volume changes during lithium insertion/extraction, which causes a rapid decay in dimensional stability of the host material (1). The use of graphene-related materials can help to overcome these crucial problems, as graphene offers a highly conductive and mechanically stable matrix that can suppress or buffer this large volume expansion (2) (3). Consequently, graphene-related materials improve the cycling stability by retaining the native structural integrity as well as the electrode porosity.

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14 April 2021

Sixth Element

Wednesday

Heat Dissipation and More with Graphene – New Results

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Bernhard Muenzing

Sales Director

An introduction how graphene can enhance heat dissipation in electronic devices as well as for coatings and plastic materials is given. A short overview on the processing steps to get highly flexible heat dissipation film with graphene oxide as starting precursor is discussed. Finally the latest R&D results for corrosion protection is presented.

Graphene, 2D Materials, All, Heaters, Advanced Materials

Heat Dissipation and More with Graphene – New Results

03:50pm

An introduction how graphene can enhance heat dissipation in electronic devices as well as for coatings and plastic materials is given. A short overview on the processing steps to get highly flexible heat dissipation film with graphene oxide as starting precursor is discussed. Finally the latest R&D results for corrosion protection is presented.

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14 April 2021

Cabot Corporation

Wednesday

Enabling Innovative Applications With High Performance Conductive Carbon Additives

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Angelos Kyrlidis

R&D Director

Cabot is a leading supplier of conductive carbon additives and has recently expanded its portfolio to include carbon nanostructures (CNS), a unique network of crosslinked carbon nanotubes. CNS can deliver conductivity at very low loadings in composite systems. This enables the development of innovative solutions in many applications ranging from EMI shielding plastics and silicones to conductive high end elastomers, as well as next generation formulations for batteries.

Batteries and Fuel Cells, Graphene, 2D Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, Nano Carbon, Advanced Materials

Enabling Innovative Applications With High Performance Conductive Carbon Additives

04:10pm

Cabot is a leading supplier of conductive carbon additives and has recently expanded its portfolio to include carbon nanostructures (CNS), a unique network of crosslinked carbon nanotubes. CNS can deliver conductivity at very low loadings in composite systems. This enables the development of innovative solutions in many applications ranging from EMI shielding plastics and silicones to conductive high end elastomers, as well as next generation formulations for batteries.

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14 April 2021

NanoXplore

Wednesday

Making Graphene Available and Affordable

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Nima Moghimian

Global Director of Research & Development

Making Graphene Available and Affordable

04:30pm

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14 April 2021

Avanzare

Wednesday

Multifunctional Composites Using Graphene Materials

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Julio Gomez

CEO

The application bulk graphene materials in composites is predicted to be the largest market for graphene. Several products based on composites, mainly in sport good sector, claims that are based on graphene materials (GRMs).
GRMs are a family of materials with remarkable differences in morphology, aspect ratio, surface chemistry. An adequate selection of the GRM and processing technique is a key factor for achieves the desired properties.
In the presentation we will describe the influence of the GRM and processing technologies for the preparation of multifuctional composites with electrical and/or thermal conductivity, mechanical performance, fire retardancy, barrier properties and the potential market and actual large volume application in the polymer composites sector.

Julio Gomez
CEO @ Avanzare

Bio

He received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1995) receiving the best B.S. degree in Chemistry in 1995 award in the University Complutense de Madrid. Ph.D. in Chemistry (2000) from University of La Rioja, best PhD degree in Science and Technology award in the University of La Rioja from the years 1999-2000
Postdoctoral researcher position in the Laboratoire de Synthèse Organique, University of Nantes-CNRS.After finishing his Ph.D, he spent 3 years as assistant Professor in Universidad de La Rioja and 2 years as an Area Manager in the research centre CIDETEC studying electrochemical systems.
He was the founder of AVANZARE at the end of 2004. He is actually the President of the Board of Directors of Avanzare.
He is the president of the Spanish Graphene Alliance.
He has received the National Award Entrepreneur of the year 2008 in Spain by the ministry of industry.
He has also received the best product award NANOAWARDS 2008 (USA). F&S best practices award in innovation 2013 (UK) for graphene composites. Finalist of the National Awards in Excellence 2013 and finalist of Innovation in SME awards 2018.
Member of the Executive board of the Chamber of Commerce from La Rioja from 2010. He is member of the Social Council of La Rioja University elected by the Regional Parliament from 2012.
Inventor in 12 patents all of them under exploitation or licenced. Author of 62 papers and 7 books (H factor 28).

Graphene, 2D Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, All, Advanced Materials

Multifunctional Composites Using Graphene Materials

04:50pm

The application bulk graphene materials in composites is predicted to be the largest market for graphene. Several products based on composites, mainly in sport good sector, claims that are based on graphene materials (GRMs).
GRMs are a family of materials with remarkable differences in morphology, aspect ratio, surface chemistry. An adequate selection of the GRM and processing technique is a key factor for achieves the desired properties.
In the presentation we will describe the influence of the GRM and processing technologies for the preparation of multifuctional composites with electrical and/or thermal conductivity, mechanical performance, fire retardancy, barrier properties and the potential market and actual large volume application in the polymer composites sector.

Julio Gomez
CEO @ Avanzare

Bio

He received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from Universidad Complutense de Madrid (1995) receiving the best B.S. degree in Chemistry in 1995 award in the University Complutense de Madrid. Ph.D. in Chemistry (2000) from University of La Rioja, best PhD degree in Science and Technology award in the University of La Rioja from the years 1999-2000
Postdoctoral researcher position in the Laboratoire de Synthèse Organique, University of Nantes-CNRS.After finishing his Ph.D, he spent 3 years as assistant Professor in Universidad de La Rioja and 2 years as an Area Manager in the research centre CIDETEC studying electrochemical systems.
He was the founder of AVANZARE at the end of 2004. He is actually the President of the Board of Directors of Avanzare.
He is the president of the Spanish Graphene Alliance.
He has received the National Award Entrepreneur of the year 2008 in Spain by the ministry of industry.
He has also received the best product award NANOAWARDS 2008 (USA). F&S best practices award in innovation 2013 (UK) for graphene composites. Finalist of the National Awards in Excellence 2013 and finalist of Innovation in SME awards 2018.
Member of the Executive board of the Chamber of Commerce from La Rioja from 2010. He is member of the Social Council of La Rioja University elected by the Regional Parliament from 2012.
Inventor in 12 patents all of them under exploitation or licenced. Author of 62 papers and 7 books (H factor 28).

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14 April 2021

IP Group

Wednesday

Hunting The Material Unicorns

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Achim Hoffmann

Investment Director

Unicorns – a privately funded start-up valued at $1 billion or more - are every Venture Capital Investor’s dream. It typically requires a highly disruptive and scalable technology targeting a large and growing market. The Materials Sector has however not been the posterchild for VC investors. IP Group has been active in this sector by supporting University spin-outs for the last 20 years and this is to share some of the lessons learned and suggestions on how this (almost) untapped unicorn source might eventually get unlocked.

Achim Hoffmann
Investment Director @ IP Group

Bio

Achim has been working in the entrepreneurial scientific tech sector for the last 20 years after raising government grant funding for his water disinfection technology start-up before joining IP Group as Deep Tech Investor in 2013. He launched his career at the Cleantech Fraunhofer Institute IUSE as an expert for membrane process development mainly for water applications but also got involved in a wide range of other industrial cleantech projects. Later he joined McKinsey & Company initially in the Düsseldorf and then the London Office as a strategy consultant working across a variety of client industries addressing mainly strategic client issues. Achim received his Chemical Engineering Diploma and Dr Degrees from Universities in Karlsruhe (KIT) and Dortmund, Germany. He also holds an MBA from Kellogg. While being involved in a wide variety of physical science investment propositions and heavily involved in the hands-on business building of portfolio companies at IP Group, he is specifically interested in material, engineering and water related opportunities.

all, Graphene, 2D Materials, Advanced Materials

Hunting The Material Unicorns

05:25pm

Unicorns – a privately funded start-up valued at $1 billion or more - are every Venture Capital Investor’s dream. It typically requires a highly disruptive and scalable technology targeting a large and growing market. The Materials Sector has however not been the posterchild for VC investors. IP Group has been active in this sector by supporting University spin-outs for the last 20 years and this is to share some of the lessons learned and suggestions on how this (almost) untapped unicorn source might eventually get unlocked.

Achim Hoffmann
Investment Director @ IP Group

Bio

Achim has been working in the entrepreneurial scientific tech sector for the last 20 years after raising government grant funding for his water disinfection technology start-up before joining IP Group as Deep Tech Investor in 2013. He launched his career at the Cleantech Fraunhofer Institute IUSE as an expert for membrane process development mainly for water applications but also got involved in a wide range of other industrial cleantech projects. Later he joined McKinsey & Company initially in the Düsseldorf and then the London Office as a strategy consultant working across a variety of client industries addressing mainly strategic client issues. Achim received his Chemical Engineering Diploma and Dr Degrees from Universities in Karlsruhe (KIT) and Dortmund, Germany. He also holds an MBA from Kellogg. While being involved in a wide variety of physical science investment propositions and heavily involved in the hands-on business building of portfolio companies at IP Group, he is specifically interested in material, engineering and water related opportunities.

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14 April 2021

Sixonia Tech GmbH

Wednesday

Processable Few-Layer Graphenes via Functionalization – The Holy Grail towards Commercialization

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Martin Lohe

CEO

Sixonia Tech has developed a process that creates the ability to functionalize few-layer graphenes deliberately and precisely, directly during their production. Compared to other “graphene” products, our E-Graphenes show a superior combination of tailorable properties within a single material, such as large flake-size in the µm-range, low thickness in the range of typically 1-5 layers and good processability. Unlike in (r)GO, the defined functional groups can provide an improved processability, while still maintaining high electrical conductivity and reasonable sheet size.
Our scalable and eco-friendly electrochemical process opens up new possibilities and prospects for the applications of graphene, in the field of inks, composites, sensors, energy storage and energy conversion. As an example, our E-Graphenes can be functionalized to be dispersible in water without the need for surfactants, while still maintaining an intrinsic conductivity that is at least one order of magnitude higher than that of commonly used reduced graphene oxide (rGO) materials. In contrast to liquid phase exfoliated (LPE) graphene materials, the absence of surfactants can also significantly increase achievable conductivities after deposition and reduce the number of necessary downstream processing steps.

Graphene, 2D Materials, All, Advanced Materials

Processable Few-Layer Graphenes via Functionalization – The Holy Grail towards Commercialization

05:40pm

Sixonia Tech has developed a process that creates the ability to functionalize few-layer graphenes deliberately and precisely, directly during their production. Compared to other “graphene” products, our E-Graphenes show a superior combination of tailorable properties within a single material, such as large flake-size in the µm-range, low thickness in the range of typically 1-5 layers and good processability. Unlike in (r)GO, the defined functional groups can provide an improved processability, while still maintaining high electrical conductivity and reasonable sheet size.
Our scalable and eco-friendly electrochemical process opens up new possibilities and prospects for the applications of graphene, in the field of inks, composites, sensors, energy storage and energy conversion. As an example, our E-Graphenes can be functionalized to be dispersible in water without the need for surfactants, while still maintaining an intrinsic conductivity that is at least one order of magnitude higher than that of commonly used reduced graphene oxide (rGO) materials. In contrast to liquid phase exfoliated (LPE) graphene materials, the absence of surfactants can also significantly increase achievable conductivities after deposition and reduce the number of necessary downstream processing steps.

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14 April 2021

2DM

Wednesday

Mass production of True 2D Graphene

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Ricardo Oliveira

CTO and Co-Founder

There are many companies worldwide claiming to produce “graphene materials” but showing huge disparity in their properties. Because of that, many industrial applications were hindered by quality and price of graphene. In this space, 2D Materials Pte. Ltd. (2DM) manufactures high-performance graphene at industrial scale as an industrial additive to enhance many industrial products, such as batteries, coatings, and composites. Our vision is to expand the frontier of materials application using high-performance graphene. Some examples of customer’s trials will be presented, and the performance-price and price-volume correlations will be discussed focusing on the value added to customers’ products.

Graphene, 2D Materials, All, Advanced Materials

Mass production of True 2D Graphene

05:55pm

There are many companies worldwide claiming to produce “graphene materials” but showing huge disparity in their properties. Because of that, many industrial applications were hindered by quality and price of graphene. In this space, 2D Materials Pte. Ltd. (2DM) manufactures high-performance graphene at industrial scale as an industrial additive to enhance many industrial products, such as batteries, coatings, and composites. Our vision is to expand the frontier of materials application using high-performance graphene. Some examples of customer’s trials will be presented, and the performance-price and price-volume correlations will be discussed focusing on the value added to customers’ products.

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14 April 2021

Quantag

Wednesday

Graphene Quantum Dots for Product Authentication Applications: First Commercial Applications

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Emre Heves

CEO

Graphene quantum dots (GQD), offers new application opportunities due to its bandgap tunability through quantum confinement and edge effects, stable photoluminescence, chemical stability and low toxicity. Owing to their excellent optical, thermal and electrical properties, GQDs have generated enormous excitement in different applications such as bio-imaging, optical sensors and photovoltaic devices. In this talk, unique properties and applications of GQDs will be presented together with Quantag’s approach of using GQDs for product authentication applications.

Graphene, Quantum Dots, Printed Electronics, All, Sensors, Advanced Materials

Graphene Quantum Dots for Product Authentication Applications: First Commercial Applications

06:16pm

Graphene quantum dots (GQD), offers new application opportunities due to its bandgap tunability through quantum confinement and edge effects, stable photoluminescence, chemical stability and low toxicity. Owing to their excellent optical, thermal and electrical properties, GQDs have generated enormous excitement in different applications su