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

14-15 April 2021
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14 April 2021
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LG Electronics

Wednesday

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

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01:10pm

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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

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

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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.

14 April 2021
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BASF

Wednesday

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

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01:30pm

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Nikolaus Nestle

Principal Scientist