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2015.01.25(Sun)~2015.01.31(Sat), Symphony Hall at Carnival Culture Palace .

09:00-9:30   S. Iijima
Y. Ikuhara
A. Nozik
Y. Gogotsi
CNT 2 Panel discussion for nanotube conference
10:00-10:20 Registration(MIWS2) Break (20 min) Break (20 min) Break (20 min) Break (20 min)
10:20-10:50 J. Ihm
Hui-Ming Cheng
C. Gies
Jun Kono
Break (30 min)
10:50-11:20 S. Hwang
H. S. Lee
Mark Hersam
11:20-11:30 Break (10 min) Break (10 min) Break (10 min) Break (10 min)
11:30-12:00 N. -G. Park
Z. Dong
K. Kim
K. Jiang
12:00-12:30 S. Kim
B. Shin

E. Kauppinen
12:30-13:30 Lunch (1 hour) Lunch (1 hour) Lunch (1 hour) Lunch (1 hour)  
13:30-14:00 Special lecture and discussion Special lecture and discussion [S-1: 13:30-14:10]
Johannes Barth
CNT Registration
14:00-14:30 [S-2: 14:10-14:50]
Hanno H. Weitering
14:30-15:00 CNT 1
15:00-15:30 Opening
[S-3: 14:50-15:30]
M.-H. Jo
Break (30 min)
15:30-16:00 A. H. Castro Neto
Break (15:30-15:50) CNT 5
16:00-16:30 [S-4: 15:50-16:30]
G. S. Park
CNT Poster Session
16:30-17:00 Break [S-5: 16:30-17:10]
Hyoyoung Lee
17:00-17:30 A. Seabaugh
17:30-18:00 Dinner
(1 hour)
(1 hour)
(1 hour)
18:00-18:30 Welcome Reception Banquet
18:30-19:00 K. J. Chang
T. Gregorkiewicz
Tim Wehling
19:00-19:30 Y. Zhang
S. Cho
19:30-20:00 H. Yang
H. Choi
X. Gan
20:00-20:30 Poster Session Poster Session Poster Session free discussion
21:00-21:30 free discussion
21:30-22:00 free discussion free discussion free discussion free discussion

25 Jan 2015 Sunday

10:00~15:00 Registration
15:00~15:30 Opening Ceremony
15:30~16:30 Tutorial Session Ⅰ: Antonio H. Castro Neto
"From Graphene to Phospherene : the 2D zoo"
16:30~17:00 Break
17:00~18:00 Tutorial Session Ⅱ: Alan Seabaugh
"Tunneling transistors based on two-dimensional crystals - the quest for low voltage technology"
18:00~21:30 Welcome Reception

26 Jan 2015 Monday

Session I : Graphene, carbon nanotube, and nanomaterials I
09:00~10:00 Keynote (K-1) S. Ijima "Some nanomaterials: Growth, Structure characterization and Bio-applications"
10:00~10:20 Break
Session II : Analysis of nanomaterials I
10:20~11:20 Keynote (K-2) J. Ihm
"Computational Materials Physics for Designing Hydrogen Storage Materials and Analyzing Rashba Effects"
11:20~11:30 Break
Session III : Energy materials I
11:30~12:00 (I-01) N.-G. Park
"Perovskite Solar Cell"
12:00~12:30 (I-02) S. Kim
"A New Material Design with Electride based on Interstitial Electrons"
Session IV : Graphene, carbon nanotube, and nanomaterials II
19:00~19:30 (I-03) K. J. Chang
"Transport and magnetic properties of graphene systems"
19:30~20:00 (I-04) Y. Zhang
"Electronic properties of novel two-dimensional materials"
20:00~20:30 (I-05) H. Yang
"Bandgap opening in few-layered monoclinic MoTe2"

27 Jan 2015 Tuesday

Session V : Nanomaterials for energy I
09:00~10:00 Keynote (K-3) Y. Ikuhara
"Atom-resolved Imaging of Material Interfaces by Advanced STEM"
10:00~10:20 Break
Session VI: Nanomaterials for energy II
10:20~10:50 (I-06) H.-M. Cheng
"The role of graphene in efficient electrical energy storage"
10:50~11:20 (I-07) S. Hwang
"Device application aspects of graphene and wafer scale growth of single-crystal graphene on germanium"
11:20~11:30 Break
Session VII : Analysis of nanomaterials II
11:30~12:00 (I-08) Z. Dong
"Single-molecule Raman spectromicroscopy with sub-nm resolution"
12:00~12:30 (I-09) B. Shin
"Strain-induced Local Inhomogeneity of Band-gap in Monolayer MoS2"
Session VIII : Carrier dynamics in nanomaterials I
18:30~19:30 Keynote (K-4) T. Gregorkiewicz
"Carrier multiplication and energy dissipation in Si and Ge nanocrystals"
19:30~20:00 (I-10) H. Choi
"Nonlinear terahertz-frequency mixing in graphene metadevices"

28 Jan 2015 Wednesday

Session IX : Carrier dynamic in nanomaterials II
09:00~10:00 Keynote (K-5) A. Nozik
"Multiple Exciton Generation in Quantum Dots, Quantum Dot Arrays, Quantum Dot Solar Cells, and via Molecular Singlet Fission: Application to Future Generation Solar Photon Conversion to PV and Fuel"
10:00~10:20 Break
Session X : 2D materials I
10:20~10:50 (I-11) C. Gies
"Towards new semiconductor light sources: Cavity-QED with quantum dots and photoluminescence from atomically thin MoS2"
10:50~11:20 (I-12) H. S. Lee
"Selective amplification of primary exciton in 2D semiconductors"
11:20~11:30 Break
Session XI : 2D materials II
11:30~12:00 (I-14) K. Kim
"Synthesis of transition metal dichalcogenide by chemical vapor deposition"
Session XII : Special session
13:30~14:10 (S-1) J. Barth
"Design and manipulation of emerging nanomaterials and functional molecular nanosystems at interfaces"
14:10~14:50 (S-2) H. H. Weitering
"Manipulating electronic order in triangular surface lattices via modulation doping"
14:50~15:30 (S-3) M.-H. Jo
"Heteroepitaxial Stacking/Stitching of Hexagonal Monolayer Semiconductors and Strongly Interlayer-Coupled Photoresponses"
15:30~15:50 Break
15:50~16:30 (S-4) G. S. Park
"Developments and Applications of Advanced TEM Techniques"
16:30~17:10 (S-5) H. Lee
"Molecular Soft and Adhesive Contact to 1D and 2D Materials"
Session XIII : 2D materials III
18:30~19:00 (I-15) T. Wehling
"Electronic structure and interactions in two dimensional materials"
19:00~19:30 (I-16) S. Cho
"Electron transport in Dirac materials"
19:30~20:00 (I-17) X. Gan
"Controlled light-matter interaction in graphene optoelectronic devices using nanophotonic cavities and waveguides"

29 Jan 2015 Thursday

Session XIV: Graphene, carbon nanotube, and nanomaterials III
09:00-10:00 Keynote (K-6) Y. Gogotsi
"MXenes: Expanding the World of Two-Dimensional Materials"
10:00-10:20 Break
Session XV : Graphene, carbon nanotube, and nanomaterials IV
10:20-10:50 (I-18) J. Kono
"Terahertz Science and Technology of Carbon Nanomaterials"
10:50-11:20 (I-19) M. Hersam
"Nanomaterial Heterostructures for Electronic and Energy Technologies"
11:20-11:30 Break
Session XVI : Graphene, carbon nanotube, and nanomaterials V
11:30-12:00 (I-20) K. Jiang
"Probing the Chirality-related Information of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes by Low-voltage SEM and Rayleigh Imaging Optical Microscope"
12:00-12:30 (I-21) E. Kauppinen
"Studies on SWNT bundling during FC-CVD synthesis"

20th Nanotube workshop

2015.1.29.(Thursday) Nanotube workshop registration

12:30-14:30 Registration

2015.1.29.(Thursday) Nanotube workshop Invited Talks

Session I (Chair : Young Hee Lee, SKKU)
14:30-14:45 Noe-Jung Park, UNIST
" Electronic structure calculations within or beyond Born-Oppenheimer approximation for energy storage and energy conversion "
14:45-15:00 Sungjin Park, Inha Univ.
" Toward molecular designing on carbon-based materials for catalytic applications "
15:00-15:15 Seunghyun Baik, SKKU
" Recent Progress in Synthesis of Graphene and Hybrid Materials "
15:15-15:30 Myung Jong Kim, KIST
" Controlled Synthesis of Nanocarbon in Large Scale and its Applications "
15:30-15:45 Seung Yol Jeong, KERI
" Hierarchical Graphene Trees as Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries with High C-Rates "
15:45-16:00 Byung Yang Lee, Korea Univ.
" Patterned Assembly of Nanomaterials for Sensor Applications "
16:00-18:00 Poster session
18:00-21:00 Banquet

2015.1.30.(Friday) Nanotube workshop Invited talks

Session II (Chair : Chang-Soo Han, Korea Univ.)
09:00-09:15 Sumin Kim, KIST
" New method for large-area and high-crystalline hexagonal boron nitride film "
09:15-09:30 Il Je Yu, Hoseo Univ.
" IARC Carcinogenic Evaluation of Carbon Nanotubes and Perspectives "
09:30-09:45 Yoonho Song, ETRI
" Digital X-ray source based on carbon nanotube field emitters "
09:45-10:00 Hyun-Jong Chung, Konkuk Univ.
" TBD "
10:00-10:15 Seong Jun Kang, Kyunghee Univ.
" Control the carrier injection properties of the device that used carbon nanomaterials as a transparent electrode "
10:15-10:35 Coffee Break
Session III (Chair : Seunghyun Baik, SKKU)
10:35-10:50 Seong-Chan Jun, Yonsei Univ.
" Multidimensional approaches for energy storage "
10:50-11:05 Chang Young Lee, UNIST
" Nanopores of carbon nanomaterials "
11:05-11:20 Jeong-O Lee, KRICT
" Drawing Circuits with Carbon Nanotubes: Scratch-Induced Graphoepitaxial Growth of Carbon Nanotubes on Amorphous Silicon Oxide Substrates "
11:20-11:35 Chang-Soo Han, Korea Univ.
" Welding and transfer of carbon nanomaterials "
11:35-11:50 Jong-Beom Baek, UNIST
" Mass Production of Two-Dimensional Crystals as Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage "
11:50-13:30 Lunch
Session IV (Chair : Sang Ouk Kim, KAIST)
13:30-13:45 Ji-Yong Park, Ajou Univ.
" Local electrical characterizations of carbon nanomaterials and nanodevices with scanning probe microscopy "
13:45-14:00 Geon-Woong Lee, KERI
" CNT-based Conductive Fibers for Textile Electronics "
14:00-14:15 Youngseok Oh, KIMS
" Highly porous foam networks made of single walled carbon nanotubes and their applications "
14:15-14:30 Mun Seok Jeong, SKKU
" Suppressing spontaneous polarization of p-GaN by graphene oxide passivation: Augmented light output of GaN UV-LED "
14:30-14:45 Duck-Jong Kim, KIMM
" Heat transport between carbon nanofilm and its flexible substrate "
14:45-15:05 Coffee Break
Session V (Chair : Jong Hun Han, Chonnam National Univ.)
15:05-15:20 Sang Ouk Kim, KAIST
" Chemically Modified Carbon Materials: Synthesis, Assembly & Applications "
15:20-15:35 Dongseok Suh, SKKU
" Environmentally powered hybrid muscles consisting of carbon nanotube yarn for energy saving applications "
15:35-15:50 Jeong Gon Son, KIST
" Control of Graphene-Based Nanostructures for Energy Storage/Harvesting Applications "
15:50-16:05 Seong Hun Jin, Incheon National Univ.
" Nanoscale Thermocapillarity Enabled Purification For Horizontally Aligned Arrays of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes "
16:05-16:20 Wonjoon Choi, Korea Univ.
" Enhanced Thermal Transfer using Carbon Nanotubes : Thermopower Waves and Control of Critical Heat Flux "
16:20-16:35 Sung Gu Han, Konkuk Univ.
" Pulmonary responses of Sprague-Dawley rats to a single inhalation exposure of graphene oxide nanomaterials "

2015.1.31. (Saturday)

09:00-12:00 Panel Discussion
12:00- Closing