Graphene and 2D Materials have a huge potential to impact established industrial sectors, building new emerging industries and niche segments and creating economic value.
The one-day Graphene and 2DM Online conference (GO2020) will present the most recent advances in fundamental research in electronics, energy storage, biohealth, composites, coatings or sensors.
12 high profile talks from worldwide most influential academia experts in the Graphene and 2DM sector will present speeches in this international event on how advanced materials will change the future of technology and impact positively our daily life.

Yuan Ping
UC Santa Cruz, USA
Cristiane Morais Smith
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Marcelo Lozada-Hidalgo
University of Manchester, UK
Dmitri Efetov
ICFO, Spain
Cinzia Casiraghi
University of Manchester, UK
Zhongfan Liu
Peking University, China

11 Keynote & Invited speakers confirmed

  Offline videos available  
  Abstracts Book available online  
  GO2020 tentative program online  
  GO2020 Online Conference launched  
- "Nice meeting. Thank you."
- "Great conference and great effort by the organisers. So many interesting topics covered."
- "Thank you for organisation"
- "Thanks for the meeting!"
- "It was an amazing and very well-organized conference. It was a very good idea to organize poster session and round table discussions. In general, I remained with much more information than if I had attended a "normal" conference. Congratulations for the great job!!!"
- "Well organised virtual conference. It was also very easy to engage with the other speakers & attendees. Overall, it was an amazing experience. Some of excellent speakers brought new scientific insights such as Prof Max Lemme, Prof Stephen Roche & Prof Hui-Ming Cheng and it made it exceptional valuable for further technology."
- "Congratulations to the organizing committee for having brought together the 2D community to share their latest results. Thank you for continuing to put together these conferences to keep us up to date during these difficult times"

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