Graphene international conference announces speaker line-up for 2013

The 3rd edition of Graphene international conference will be held next spring under the umbrella of ImagineNano event ( in Spain between the 23rd and 26th of April 2013.


Renowned speakers on the field already confirmed their presence and the program is nearly closed.



-          Dimitri Basov (University of California, USA)

-          Hongjie Dai (Stanford University, USA)

-          Andrea Ferrari (University of Cambridge, UK)

-          Rod Ruoff (The Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA)

-          Bart Van Wees (Univ. of Groningen, Netherlands)


-          Helene Bouchiat (Univ. Paris-Sud 11, France)

-          Hui-Ming Cheng (Inst. of Metal Research, China)

-          Byung Jin Cho (KAIST, Korea)

-          Goki Eda (National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore)

-          Xinliang Feng (Max Planck Inst. for Polymer Research, Germany)

-          Slaven Garaj (Harvard Univ., USA)

-          Irina Grigorieva (Univ. of Manchester, UK)

-          Mark Hersam (Northwestern University, USA)

-          Tae-Woo Lee (Pohang Univ. of Science and Tech., Postech-Korea)

-          João Lopes dos Santos (University of Porto, Portugal)

-          Jannik C. Meyer (University of Vienna, Austria)

-          Barbaros Ozyilmaz (National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore)

-          Tomas Palacios (MIT, USA)

-          Jiwoong Park (Cornell University, USA)

-          Peter Sutter (Brookhaven National Lab., USA)


In parallel, three workshops will be organized:

-          Theory & Simulation

-          Materials & Devices Characterization

-          Applications of Graphene-based Materials

In the upcoming weeks the workshops speakers full list and the companies/institutions involved will also be known – more info available at:


The last edition of Graphene international conference gathered more than 600 participants and 37 well known speakers.


Graphene2013 will be organized during ImagineNano event along with 5 other conferences (NanoSpain, NanoBio&Med, Energy, Optics/Photonics and Security&Defense).


ImagineNano is now an established event and is considered the largest European in the field. The event is an excellent platform for communication between science and business, bringing together nanoscience and nanotechnology in the same place. Further news will be updated regularly on the event website:



Graphene 2013:

Phantoms Foundation:


Best regards,



Viviana Estêvão


Phantoms Foundation
Calle Alfonso Gómez 17 / Planta 2 - Loft 16
28037 Madrid (Spain)
Tel: +34 911402145



NanoPT - NanoPortugal International Conference - (February 13-15, 2013 / PORTO - PORTUGAL)

ImagineNano 2013 - (April 23-26, 2013 / BILBAO - SPAIN):


International Fairs:

Nanotech 2013 (January 30 - February 01, 2013 / TOKYO - JAPAN)

6th Spanish participation coordinated by the Phantoms Foundation in collaboration with ICEX.


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