Schedule of Events
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Day 2 Distinguished Presentations and Discussion
January 20, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 1:30 pm CST
The FDNS2021 Distinguished Presentations and Discussion session will bring together focused talked from invited speakers working in nanomaterials synthesis and/or in data sciences who have an interest in exploring and expanding the intersection of the disciplines. We are excited to host a handful of distinguished speakers whose work has been leading the community in the design of synthesis processes in the last decade. The focused talks aim to provide insights to researchers spanning across various synthesis processes including chemical vapor deposition (CVD), metal-organic (MO-)CVD, of established materials ranging from graphene, hexagonal boron nitride and transition metal dichalcogenides, to the vast family of emerging layered materials.
Day 2 Program:
|Time – CST
|Time – China
|Time – Seoul
|Invited Speaker||Title of Presentation|
|8:15-8:55a||10:15-10:55p||11:15-11:55p||Benji Maruyama||Autonomous research systems for carbon nanotube synthesis|
|8:55-9:35a||10:55-11:35p||11:55-12:35a||Evan Reed||Elucidation of the spectrum of synthesizable 2D materials
with superhuman performance using data
|9:35-10:15a||11:35-12:15a||12:35-1:15a||Joan Redwing||Epitaxial growth of transition metal dichalcogenides
– the path to wafer-scale single crystal monolayers
|11:35-12:15p||1:35-2:15a||2:35-3:15a||Daniel Rhodes||Disorder and defects in van der Waals heterostructures|
|12:15-12:55p||2:15-2:55a||3:15-3:55a||Sefaattin Tongay||The synthesis and emergent phenomena in 2D Janus layers|
|12:55-1:35p||2:55-3:35a||3:55-4:35a||Lili Cai||Van der Waals Epitaxy of Atomically Thin Metal Oxide|