EMN Roma Meeting on Carbon Nanostructures

Welcome to EMN Meeting on Carbon Nanostructures 2019!

With the success of the previous Carbon Nanostructures meetings in Hawaii, USA 2016, Orlando, USA 2017 and Dubrovnik, Croatia 2018.  The EMN Meeting on Carbon Nanostructures 2019 will be held from May 13 to 17, 2019 in Roma, Italy! It aims to be a unique platform for leading scientists, researchers, scholars and engineers from academia, laboratories and industry around the world to exchange, share and learn the most recent advancement on various aspects related to Carbon Nanotubes,  Graphene,  Nanoparticles  and other topics related to Carbon Nanostructures.

The conference include but not limited to the topics:

Carbon Nanotubes // Graphene // Carbon Nanofibre // Carbon Nanoparticles // Carbon Nanopores/Nanoporous // 2D Materials


  • Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Storage
  • Carbon Nanostructures in Biology
  • Carbon Electronics
  • Graphene and Related Structures
  • Technology applications of carbon nanomaterials
  • General

Attendees (Sort by Last Name)- Invited

  • Zizi I. Abdeen, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute (EPRI), Egypt
    Enhancing the effectiveness of Mg-Co Nano-ferrites for Capture of Petroleum from Solution by mixing them with deacetylated chitin
  • Ravil Amirov, Joint Institute for High Temperatures of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
    Plasma Jet Assisted Synthesis and Doping of Carbon Nanostructures
  • Dipak Babar, University of Mumbai, India
    Easy methods for the synthesis of Carbon nano-materials and their applications in different fields
  • Juan Pablo Pantoja Bastidas, University of Campinas, Brasil
    Performance comparison of RF Devices based on Metallic and Graphene Buckypaper
  • Ciceron Berbecaru, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Dielectric properties of graphene-ferroelectric nanostructures
  • Nicola Bernabo, University of Teramo, Italy
  • Mourad Boutahir, University Moulay Ismail, Morocco
    Confinement effect of organic molecules on the carbon nanomaterials
  • Gianlorenzo Bussetti, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    CVD graphene/Ni interface evolution in acidic media
  • Carlo S. Casari, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    Carbyne and Carbon atomic wires: present and perspectives
  • Shen-Ming Chen, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
    Synthesis and Electrochemical Coating of nanostructured materials for biosensors and catalysis.
  • Gennaro Chiarello, University of Calabria, Italy
    Elementary excitations  in graphene sheet supported on metallic substrates.
  • Anton-Alexandru Ciucu, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Electroanalytical Applications of Carbon Nanotubes Modified Electrodes
  • Radhaballabh Debnath, Jadavpur University, India
  • Ayrat Dimiev, Kazan Federal University, Russia
  • Alexander V. Eletskii, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia
    Laser and e-beam reinforcement of a metal throuth nanocarbon coating
  • Randolph E. Elmquist, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
    Designing new structures in epitaxial graphene on SiC: transport and quantum effects
  • Akira Fujimoto, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Camélia Matei Ghimbeu, IS2M – CNRS UMR 7361 – UHA, France
    Nanostructured carbons derived from green phenolic resins: from synthesis to application
  • Maria A. Goula, Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences, Greece
    Carbon nanostructures formed over the catalytic surfaces during reforming reactions
  • Owen J. Guy, Swansea University, UK
  • Nady A. Fathy, Physical Chemistry Department, National Research Centre, Egypt
    Synthesis of carbon nanotubes from agricultural wastes using new and simple technology
  • Guoying Feng, Sichuan University, China
  • Jonas Fransson, Uppsala University, Sweden
    Universal scaling of weak localization in graphene due to bias-induced dispersion decoherence
  • Laurent Fulcheri, MINES ParisTech – PERSEE, France
    High temperature methane pyrolysis by plasma : a new environnemental friendly disruptive method for the bulk production of high added value Carbon Black … and hydrogen
  • Ahmad Hamdan, Université de Montréal, Canada
    Plasmas in liquid hydrocarbons: an efficient way to synthesize various carbon nanomaterials
  • Avetik Harutyunyan, Honda Research institute USA Inc., USA
    Feasibility of Carbon Allotropes for Energy Storage
  • Akira Hida, Advanced Device Laboratory, RIKEN, Japan
    Quantum devices made with carbon nanotubes
  • Mineo Hiramatsu, Meijo University, Japan
  • Alojz Ivankovic, University College Dublin, Ireland
    Tailoring Mechanical and Fracture Properties of Composites and Adhesives using nano-additives
  • Richard B Jackman, University College London, UK
    Novel Lateral Diamond Nanowires with exceptionally high current density and their use for diamond nano-transistors
  • Ondrej Jasek, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
    Investigation of growth mechanism of graphene nanosheets in microwave plasma torch at atmospheric pressure and their properties
  • Yung Joon Jung, Northeastern University, USA
    Molecularly Engineered Multifunctional Carbon Nanotube Fibers using Highly Controlled Electrical Fusion Process
  • Yasushi Kanai, Osaka University, Japan
    Detection of small peptides by open sandwich immunoassay
  • Sergey Kharintsev, Kazan Federal University, Russia
    Seeing nano-sized allotropes in a carbon medley using hybrid TERS techniques
  • Jakub Kierdaszuk, University of Warsaw, Poland
    Surface-enhanced Raman scattering in graphene induced by AlxGa1-xN/GaN axial heterostructure nanowire substrate
  • Eunsang Kwon, Tohoku University, Japan
    Crystal Structure and properties of Lithium-Cation Endohedral [C60] Fullerene
  • Chin Wei  Lai, University of Malaya, Malaysia
    TiO2 Nanocrystals Loaded on Graphene as Advanced Photocatalytic Hybrid Materials
  • Songtian Li, National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan
    Graphene/half-metal heterostructure for spintronics
  • Yongfu Lian, Heilongjiang University, China
  • Huiyuan Ma, Harbin University of Science and Technology, China
  • Pramila Mahala, Birla Institute Of Technology and Science, India
  • Enzo Menna, Università di Padova, Italy
    Chemically modified carbon nanostructures for functional hybrid and composite materials
  • Farid Menaa, California Innovations Corporation, CA, USA
    Carbone Nanostructures and Chemosensors : Importance for Precision Medecine
  • Karolina Milowska, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Sameh A. Nada, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technolog (EJUST), Egypt
    Thermal Characteristics enhancement of  Carbon foam saturated with PCM and PCM/MWCNTs composite for electronic cooling and energy storage systems
  • Pierfrancesco Riccardi, University of Calabria, Italy
    Unoccupied electronic band structure of graphene based materials
  • Mauro Ricco, Università di Parma, Italy
    Carbon nanostructures for hydrogen and electric energy storage
  • Natalia Rozhkova, Institute of Geology, Karelian Research Center RAS, Russia
    Nanoscale water mediated architectonics and routs to modification of natural graphene-like carbon
  • M. K. Saha, ICMR-National Institute of Cholera & Enteric Diseases, India
    Graphene based bio-materials for industrial applications and beyond
  • M.Gabriella Santonicola, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
    UV sensing platforms based on carbon/DNA interfaces for radiation monitoring applications
  • Atsuko Sekiguchi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
    Lightweight Copper-materix/Carbon Nanotube Composites Targeting Cu wire
  • Issai Shlimak, Bar Ilan University, Israel
    Irradiation-induced Metal-Insulator Transition in monolayer graphene
  • Luc Stafford, Université de Montréal, Canada
    Modification of CVD-grown graphene films in the flowing afterglow of microwave nitrogen plasmas
  • Antonia Stoyanova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
    Porous carbons on the basis of biomaterials for application in supercapacitor systems
  • Deepa Suhag, Amity University Haryana, India
  • Yun Sun, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    A carbon nanotube non-volatile memory device using a photoresist gate dielectric
  • Lara Kühl Teles, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica – ITA, Brasil
  • Kenji Ueda, Nagoya University, Japan
    Photomemristors using graphene/diamond heterojunctions
  • Yoshitaka Umeno, The University of Tokyo, Japan
    Atomistic model simulation of buckling behavior and band gap energy in compressed carbon nanotubes
  • Hamidreza Vanaie, Islamic Azad University, Iran
    Electronic tunneling through a fullerene-like molecular bridge
  • Rajani K. Vijayaraghavan, Dublin City University, Ireland
    Pulsed plasma assisted synthesis of graphene and applications
  • Stefan Ioan Voicu, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania
    Functionalized carbon nanotubes for gas sensors
  • Andrew T. S. Wee, National University of Singapore, Singapore
    The Organic-2D Heterointerface
  • Su-Huai Wei, Beijing Computational Science Research Center, China
    Induce Spin-splitting in Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons by Inhomogeneous Strain
  • Philip J. Wyatt, Wyatt Technology, USA
    Measuring nanoparticles up to 2000nm
  • S.-R. Eric Yang, Korea University, South Korea
  • Ajesh K.Zachariah, Mar Thoma College, India
    Carbon nanostructures as heavy metal adsorbents
  • Guang-Lin Zhao, Southern University and A&M College, USA
    Electric Field Polarization Phenomenon on Nitrogen-Functionalized Carbon Nano Materials and Electrocatalytic Properties



  • Giorgi Donadze, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia
    Superconducting Precursor at Temperatures above 200 K in Bismuth Cuprates Fabricated by Melt Quenching in a Solar Furnace
  • Tsisana Gavasheli, Ivane Javakxishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), Georgia
    Technology for fabrication of polymer magnetic nanocomposites possessing good conductivity, self-healing and adhesion properties

Abstract Submission:

Abstract deadline is Feb. 25, 2019. Email notification of contributed presentation acceptance will be provided no later than March 1, 2019.

Abstracts from invited speakers will be accepted automatically.

Abstract template

Please submit it as an email attachment to emnmeetings.bella@gmail.com

  • Please underline the name of the presenting author.
  • Please limit abstracts to a single page.
  • Select Invited, Oral or Poster presentation preferred as prompted in the template.
  • Indicate preferred workshop where prompted from the options in the list of workshops.
  • Abstracts with figures are encouraged.
  • Abstracts may be submitted ONLY as Microsoft Word files. Please name your file according to the following convention prior to submission: First Name_Last Name_EMN Carbon_ Abstract.doc (e.g. John_Smith_EMN Carbon_Abstract.doc).

Author preferences will be taken into account, however the final decision on presentation format and session will be made by the Committee and indicated in the acceptance email.


All participants including conference chairs and invited speakers need to register. Please pay registration fees according to the following schedule:

Registration fee will not cover flights or accommodation.

Feb. 10-March 20, 2019
Feb. 10-March 20, 2019
March 21-April 10, 2019
March 21-April 10, 2019
Without Presentation
Before May 10, 2019
Accompany person
(without Scientific Program)
Before May 14, 2019
On-Site (Cash Only)
    May 13-15, 2018

Please Note:

  • The registration fees are refundable less a ten percent (10%) processing charge if notice of cancellation is received 30 days before the meeting;
  • The registration fees are refundable less a twenty percent (20%) processing charge if notice of cancellation is received 15 days before the meeting;
  • Registration fees cannot be refunded if notice of cancellation is received within 15 days before the meeting;
  • On-site registration payments are acceptable in Cash Only.

Attention: All lunch, Dinner, social events tickets are non-transferable and non-transferable and non-changeable. There are separated charges for each activity if you bring any additional member.



The conference hotel will be Cardinal Hotel St. Peter Rome.
Address: Via Leone Dehon 71, Aurelio, 00165 Rome, Italy
Tel +3906632252 | Fax +3906631602 |E-mail: mice@cardinalhotelrome.com
The meeting room will be Pamphili Conference Room in Cardinal Hotel St. Peter Rome.
• The hotel is located next to Villa Pamphili, Rome’s largest park, 4 km far from the old town.
Airport shuttle (additional charge).  Free WiFi is available.
The property provides a frequent shuttle service to/from Cornelia Metro Station at arranged times, while the public bus 881 offers links into Rome city center. Baldo Degli Ubaldi Metro Station on line A is a 20-minute walk away.
Shuttle Servicer to Metro “A”, Service cost Euro 1,00 per person each way. Tickets and Info at the Reception.
Closest Airports: Fiumicino Airport, 27 km; Ciampino Airport 32 km.
Most Popular Landmarks: Vatican city 2.3 km; Castel Sant’Angelo 2.8 km; San Francesco a Ripa Church 3.1 km; Trevi Fountain 4 km.

Conference Schedule

On Site Registration Starts: 14:00 PM, May 13, 2019

Scientific Program: May 14/15/16, 2019

One-Day excursion: May 17, 2019


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