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Conference Time Zone – Lisbon, Portugal (GMT+1)
Thu 24
08:50-09:00 Opening - Welcome and Introduction
Antonio Correia - President (Phantoms Foundation, Spain)
09:00-09:30 KEYNOTE Synthesis and THz-characterisation of large-scale 2D materials Peter Bøggild,
DTU Physics, Denmark
09:30-10:00 KEYNOTE Graphene Plasmonics Nuno Peres,
University of Minho, Portugal
10:00-10:30 KEYNOTE Graphene plasmonics with a drift-current bias Mário G. Silveirinha,
Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa - IST, Portugal
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-11:15 KEYNOTE Advances in Organic 2D Materials Xinliang Feng,
TU Dresden, Germany
11:15-11:45 KEYNOTE A novel canted spin Hall effect and spin-orbit torques in the 2D topological materials MoTe2 and WTe2 Vitor Pereira,
NUS, Singapore
11:45-12:05 INVITED Graphene-based material platforms for quantum and terahertz nonlinear technologies Klaas-Jan Tielrooij,
ICN2, Spain
FlashPoster Session (X8)
12:05-12:10 The effect of graphene reinforcement on the properties of TiO2 Lili Nadaraia,
Georgian Technical University, Georgia
12:10-12:15 Oxygen assisted monocrystalline graphene growth by chemical vapor deposition Tiago Queirós,
INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal
12:15-12:20 Upscaling MoSe2 and hBN via controlled chemical vapor deposition João Rodrigues,
INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal
12:20-12:25 Simple one-pot separation of histidine-tagged proteins using NTA-functionalized gold nanostars Diego Carvalho,
Applied Molecular Biosciences Unit (UCIBIO), Portugal
12:25-12:30 Optimization of drug-free nanostructured lipid carriers (NLC) for Helicobacter pylori eradication Rute Chitas,
i3S - Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde, Portugal
12:30-12:35 Anticancer Activity of Carbon Nanomaterials-Camptothecin Complexes Rosa Garriga,
University of Zaragoza, Spain
12:35-12:40 Controlled design of gold-based hybridnanomaterials with core-shell architecture Jose Ignacio Garcia,
Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
12:40-12:45 Photoreduction: new strategies for Additive Manufacturing Wera Di Cianni,
Università della Calabria/Universidad de Cadiz, Italy
12:45-13:30 ePoster Session I
13:30-14:15 Lunch Break
14:45-15:05 INVITED Exploring Graphene for Biomedical Applications: a strong ally for hydrogels and a sharp enemy for bacteria Inês Gonçalves,
INEB - Oporto University, Portugal
15:05-15:25 INVITED High-quality graphene-based dispersions for flexible electronics Pedro Alpuim,
INL, Portugal
15:25-15:45 Break
Parallel Oral Sessions - ROOM 1
15:45-15:55 Supramolecular Two-Dimensional Peptidic Adhesives for Graphene Oxide Fiber Functionalization Edgar Muñoz,
Instituto de Carboquímica ICB-CSIC, Spain
15:55-16:05 Graphene: The key for pHEMA application as blood contacting devices Andreia Pereira,
INEB, Portugal
16:05-16:15 From nanographene production scale-up to its biomedical applications Artur M. Pinto,
LEPABE, University of Porto, Portugal
16:15-16:25 Simulation of Quantum Spin-Liquid Phases with Spectral Methods Francisco Brito,
University of York, UK
16:25-16:35 Graphene-based films interaction with proteins, bacteria, mammalian cells, and blood constituents: the impact of surface features Patrícia Henriques,
i3S/INEB, Portugal
16:35-16:45 Nonperturbative momentum dependency in diagrammatic calculations Simão João,
Universidade do Porto, Portugal
16:45-16:55 Biodegradable pHEMA containing graphene oxide for blood contacting applications Duarte Moura,
1i3S - Instituto de Inovação e Investigação em Saúde, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
16:55-17:05 Graphene transistors for biosensing: optimizing the microfabrication process Patrícia Silva,
INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal
17:05-17:15 Proximity-Induced Quantum Interference Effects in Graphene  Frederico Sousa,
University of York, UK
17:15-17:25 From Positive to Negative Reflectance Response in Fibre Optics Tipped with Stacked Graphene/Dielectric Coatings João Pedro dos Santos Pires,
University of Porto, Portugal
17:25-17:35 Quantum Interference Engineering of Nanoporous Graphene for Carbon Nanocircuitry Isaac Alcon,
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
17:35-17:45 Portable graphene transistor sensing system for wine DNA detection Agnes Purwidyantri,
INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal
Parallel Oral Sessions - ROOM 2
15:45-15:55 Direct characterization of functional materials by haptenized fluorescent dendrimers for in vitro allergic drug diagnose Antonio Ruiz-Sanchez,
Universidad de Málaga, Spain
15:55-16:05 Large-pore silica nanocarriers for antiangiogenic treatment against age-related macular degeneration Amelia Ultimo,
Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
16:05-16:15 Smart hybrid silica nanocarriers with finely tuned structure for control release Carlos Baleizão,
Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
16:15-16:25 Composites of biopolymers and metal oxide nanoparticles for controlled release of micronutrients in agricultural soils Natércia Martins,
University of Aveiro, Portugal
16:25-16:35 Nanomaterials with thermally-activated delayed fluorescence for live-cell imaging João Avó,
Insituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
16:35-16:45 Quercetin-loaded Hydrogels for Skin Ageing and Inflammation Ana Isabel Barbosa,
16:45-16:55 Enzyme-mimicking catalytic Activity in Tumoral Microenvironment: Towards Glutathione-Glucose Depletion for Cancer Therapy Javier Bonet-Aleta,
University of Zaragoza, Spain
16:55-17:05 Electroconductive nanofiber strategies for biomaterial-based approaches to tissue engineering Fábio Filipe Ferreira Garrudo,
RPI & IST - iBB, Portugal
17:05-17:15 Fatal attraction: chitosan microspheres decorated with MSI-78A kill Helicobacter pylori Diana R. Fonseca,
University of Porto, Portugal
17:15-17:25 Sticky cellulose hydrogel as reusable a platform for a SERS based immunoassay Maria João Oliveira,
Centro de Investigação de Materiais - CENIMAT/i3N, Portugal
17:25-17:35 Development of supramolecular peptide-based magnetolipogels: towards on-demand drug delivery Sérgio Veloso,
Centre of Physics of the University of Minho, Portugal
17:35-17:45 Synthesis and functionalization of silver and gold nanoparticles for virus detection Gonçalo Tiago,
ITQB-UNL, Portugal
17:45 Closing Day 1

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