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2nd From Carbon-Rich Molecules to Carbon-Based Materials Conference 2018

Start Date:
Thursday, 7 June, 2018
End Date:
Sunday, 10 June, 2018 12:00pm
Health & Nutrition

This interdisciplinary conference will provide unique "fusion" opportunities for chemists, physicists and engineers having various backgrounds but sharing passion and interests in carbon-only or carbon-rich molecules and carbon-based materials. It will allow a diverse group of scientists from all over the globe to discuss the current challenges, needs and prospects of this quickly-evolving multidisciplinary field. The major focus areas will range from newly designed methods of chemical synthesis, characterization, and structure determination of carbon-rich molecules and carbon-based materials to measurements of their functional properties and investigations into their potential practical applications.

The types of carbon-rich molecules include (but are not limited to) π-bowls and π-baskets, carbon nanohoops, nanobelts and short segments of carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, graphene, graphene nanoribbons, and full-length nanotubes. This forum is designed to promote excellence in research and education and to facilitate the interchange of new information among a broad community of scientists. For sponsorship opportunities contact Fusion Conference Please note registration fees include fixed accommodation (7, 8 and 9 June 2018), an all-inclusive food and beverage package and conference attendance.

Speakers: Marina A. Petrukhina (University at Albany), Michael Haley (University of Oregon), Luis Echegoyen (University of Texas-El Paso), Miguel Garcia-Garibay (University of California Los Angeles), Kenichiro Itami (Nagoya University), Mark Hersam (Northwestern University), Klaus Muellen (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research), Colin Nuckolls (Columbia University).


Melia Nassau Beach All Inclusive,
Nassau W Bay St,

Organizer Details

Conference organized by Fusion Conferences


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