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  • Synthesis and assembly of Nanotubes
  • Chemical properties of Nanotubes
  •  Applications of Carbon Nanotubes
  • Carbon Nanostructures General
  • Theory, Simulations and Modelling of Carbon Nanotubes
  • Graphene
  • Carbon Nanofibre
  • Carbon Nanoparticles
  • Carbon Nanosheet
  • Carbon Nanopores/Nanoporous

Invited speakers:

  • Nasser Barakat, Chonbuk National University, South Korea
    Carbon nanostructures as effective and stable electrodes for capacitive deionization desalination technology  
  • Mineo Hiramatsu, Meijo University,Tempaku, Japan
  • Sergei Tretiak, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
  • Quanfang Chen, University of Central Florida, USA
  • Hicham Hamoudi, hamad bin khalifa university, Qatar
  • Ahmed Kadhim Hussein, Babylon University, Iraq
  • David L. Carroll, Wake Forest University,USA
  • Joe Shapter, Flinders University of South Australia, Australia
    Nanocarbons in Solar Cells
  • Sahib Babaee Tooski,  Azad University, Iran
    Size effects of carbon nanotube on gas sensing
  • Bin Gao, University of Florida, USA
    Environmental Applications of Carbon Nanomaterial
  • Xingjie Liang, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology of China, P.R.China
    Unique biomedicinal properties of functionalized carbon nanotube
  • Navid Solati, Koc University, TURKEY
    Large-Scale Synthesis and Characterization of N Doped Few-Layered Graphene using PECVD
  • Sergei Shenogin, Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
    Predicting electrical and thermal transport properties of carbon nanotube-polymer composite materials
  • Zhangxiong Wu, Soochow University, P.R.China
    Ordered mesoporous carbon materials with engineered particle and fucntional properties for separation and catalysis
  • Soumen Das, University of Central Florida, USA
  • Hamidreza Sadegh, University Of Warsaw, Poland
  • A. Sukhananazerin, PSG Institute of Advanced Studies, India
    Development of a Low-cost, Atmospheric Pressure Operable, Portable NH3 Gas Sensor Device based on Ag Nanoclusters Integrated PANI/MWCNTs Nanocomposite
  • Zhiyong Liang, Florida State University,USA
  • Jean-Francois Drillet, DECHEMA Research Institute, Germany
    On the carbon challenge in rechargeable metal/air batteries and PEM fuel cell cathode
  • Nikolai Kalugin, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology,USA
  • Chernet Amente Geffe, Addis Ababa University,Ethiopia
    Thermally Agitated Self Assembled Carbon Nanotubes and the Scenario of Extrinsic Defects
  • Antonio Tejeda, Université Paris Sud, France
    Nanostructures inducing total and partial confinement in graphene band structure
  • Ling Li, Harbin Institute of Technology,P.R.China
    Boron nitride nanotubes
  • Wisly Truong, University of Limoges,France
    Hybrid Ultracapacitor-Battery Energy Storage System for Autonomous Sensors
  • Lizhen Gao, Tai Yuan University of Technology, P. R. China
    the making and application  of carbon nano onions
  • Dayanand S Sutar, Indian Institute of Technology,India
    Electron Spectroscopic investigations of graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide monolayers
  • Naoto Saito, Shinshu University, Japan
    Carbon nanotube application and safety in artificial joint
  • Mohammad Mujahid, University of Tabuk, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    Synthesis and characterization of core shell structure of nanocomposite made by DWCNT and Cobalt oxide for lithium ion batteries
  • Geunsik Lee, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
    Electron quantum transport modeling in graphene nanoribbons
  • Piotr Piotrowski, Polish Academy of Sciences,Poland
    Functional nanomaterials based on fullerene derivatives bearing sulphur anchoring group deposited onto gold surface
  • Chun-Pei Cho, National Chi Nan University ,Taiwan
    Graphene oxide-TiO2-Ag3PO4 ternary composites with efficient photocatalytic performance for dye degradation and hydrogen evolution
  • Eduardo Diniz, Federal University of Maranhão, Brazil
    Self-reconstruction and predictability of bonds disruption in twisted graphene nanoribbons
  • Catherine Debiemme-Chouvy, Université Pierre et Marie Curie,France
    Polyoxometalate – Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanocomposite: Green and Facile Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties
  • Wenzhi Li, Florida International University, USA
    Charge-discharge process of cobalt sulfide-carbon nanotube core-shell nanowires as anode materials for lithium ion batteries
  • Qizhen Li, Washington State University, USA
    Carbon Nanotubes as Reinforcing Phase in Magnesium  
  • Yoshi Umeno, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Purushottam Poddar, Magadh University,INDIA
    Porous Nanostructured Carbon Materials for Energy Conversion
  • Thijs Stuyver, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
    Qualitative insights into the transport properties of carbon nanomaterials
  • V.K. Sachdev, University of Delhi, India
    Strategy and importance of fabrication of electrically conductive polymer nanocomposites for EMI shielding
  • Yanfei Yang, National Institute of Standards and Technology,USA
    Synthesis and rapid characterization of wafer-scale, uniform graphene and carbon nanoribbons on SiC
  • Thiago Mendes, Federal Technologic University of Parana, Brazil
    Effect of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes on Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of Ultra High Strenght Matrix
  • Choongyu Hwang, Pusan National University, South Korea
    Mass renormalization in graphene on dielectric substrates
  • Pradhan, Sangram, Norfolk State University, USA
    Graphene Oxide: A novel material for new generation device application
  • Aneta Drabinska, University of Warsaw, Poland
  • Sergey Stolbov, University of Central Florida, USA
    Unusual mechanisms of binding of small molecules on the metal doped graphene: electrocatalytic applications
  • Yanfei Yang, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA; University of Maryland, USA
    Synthesis and rapid characterization of wafer-scale, uniform graphene and carbon nanoribbons on SiC
  • Tunna Baruah, University of Texas at El Paso,USA
  • E.M. Sheregii,  University of Rzeszow, Poland
  • Deepa Suhag, Amity University,India
    Highly biocompatible nitrogen doped graphene nanosheets for dopamine and nitric oxide sensing
  • Liqiang Mai, Wuhan University of Technology, P.R.China
    Nanowire Devices for Electrochemical Energy Storage
  • Claire Berger, CNRS- Institut Néel, France; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA




  • Takahiro Ishizaki, Shibaura Institute of Technology ,Japan
    Solution Plasma Synthesis of Boron-Containing Nanocarbon and Its Electrocatalytic Activity for Oxygen Reduction Reaction
  • Jakub Kierdaszuk, University of Warsaw, Poland
    Enhancement of Raman scattering in graphene deposited on GaN nanowires
  • Ai Serizawa, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan
    From cyano-aromatic molecules to nitrogen-doped nanocarbons by solution plasma process for oxygen reduction reaction
  • Saeed Al-Meer, Qatar University, Qatar
    Engineering of nanomaterial’s for direct urea fuel cell-Energy from municipal liquid waste (MLW)
  • Saerom Ohn, Inha University,  KOREA
    A highly active and stable graphite oxide/oxidized C3N4 nanodot hybrid photocatalyst
  • Sunghee Park, Inha University,  KOREA
    Organometallic catalysts of [Co(acac)2] with N-Doped Graphene for Oxygen Reduction Reaction : The influence of chemical coordination structure of Co-O4-N Species