Webinar – Graphene Technology

Welcome to the webinar on Graphene Technology webinar.

We are delighted to announce and invite you to join & register in this webinar.

Webinar Schedule: 17 – 20 September 2020 | 17 – 20 October 2020

Aim of this webinar is to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars, industrial, and materials science companies, regulatory authorities and others across the scientific community to attend and share their visions, experiences and recent research developments in the field of graphene technology.

The theme of webinar is “Encounters and Inventions in Graphene Technology”.

It also provides a premium interdisciplinary platform for researchers, engineers, students, research scholars, and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered, and solutions adopted in the field of graphene technology.

Graphene is typically a single layer material extracted from graphite by using various technologies like chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and mechanical exfoliation. It is a hexagonal lattice made up of a thin layer of tightly packed six carbon atoms. It is considered as the world’s thinnest and strongest material and exhibits superior thermal and electrical conductivity.

Graphene technology platforms the latest graphene research and development on realistic commercial applications and technologies. Requirement for graphene technology is expected to gain momentum for products including semiconductors, energy storage and generation devices, and sensors. Professionals from across the globe are focused on finding out about graphene technologies. This is best opportunity to achieve the biggest array of members from graphene people group. Direct introductions, convey data, meet with present and potential researches, and acquire knowledge from the current and trending graphene technologies, make a plunge of new research and get name recognition during webinar.

For More Info and Registration please visit webinar website organized by VEBLEO…https://vebleo.com/graphene/