Optics, Electronics and Magnetism in 2D Materials (OEM-2D Workshop)


2024/05/21 - 2024/05/24
HEFA I - UPV/EHU, Donostia / San Sebastian
Andrés Ayuela (DIPC, CFM-MPC CSIC-UPV/EHU), Garnett Bryant (JQI, NIST/UMD), Thomas Weitz (Georg-August University Göttingen), Anna Seiler (Georg-August University Göttingen), Marta Pelc (Nicolaus Copernicus University), Karolina Slowik (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
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Optics, Electronics and Magnetism in 2D Materials (OEM-2D Workshop)

Optics, Electronics and Magnetism in 2D Materials (OEM-2D Workshop) is a dynamic and cutting-edge event at the forefront of materials science, with experts in the field of graphene nanostructures including flakes, layers, and optics. This workshop goes beyond graphene alone, focusing on the significance of other nanostructures that play a pivotal role in shaping the electronics and magnetic materials of today. OEM-2D aims to foster collaboration, bringing together leading researchers and scientists from diverse disciplines such as devices, modelling,... to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas, paving the way for the studying innovative materials to be used in the engineering of future technologies such as valleytronics, quantum computing...

At OEM-2D, our primary aim is to establish and enhance collaborations between experts in the field, enabling cross-exchange of ideas and research across various subdisciplines. By promoting a synergy of expertise, we aim to accelerate progress and breakthroughs in the realms of optics, electronics, and magnetism, with a particular emphasis on graphene and other interesting nanostructures.

Another vital aim of this workshop is to serve as a platform for sharing insights and initiating collaborative projects. We envision OEM-2D as a hub for the exchange of knowledge, enabling participants to leverage their collective expertise and embark on groundbreaking research endeavors. Our goal is to create an environment where new ideas flourish and synergies are harnessed to their fullest potential.

Furthermore, we are committed to help the next generation of researchers. OEM-2D places a strong emphasis on connecting Ph.D. students and postdoctoral researchers with the latest developments at the forefront of these fields. By bridging the gap between established researchers and emerging talent, we aim to cultivate the future leaders in materials science and provide them with the resources and networks necessary for their growth and success. Through a combination of in-depth sessions and networking opportunities, OEM-2D offers an invaluable educational experience for young scholars and aspiring researchers.

More information: https://oem2d.dipc.org/