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2D semiconductors: applications and perspectives

The symposium will cover all relevant aspects of layered semiconductor materials: synthesis and chemical functionalization of these materials, their characterization with advanced techniques, and their applications in various fields. Special emphasis will be dedicated to a tuning of the electronic structure of these materials and to approaches for doping them.

Scope:

Since the first reports on the exfoliation of an elemental layered semiconductor appeared in 2014, few-layer black phosphorus, as well as its monolayer, called phosphorene, has attracted great interest in the scientific community because of its direct band gap, which can be tuned with the number of layers, pressure, and electric field. Its high reactivity and puckered structure, which leads to anisotropic transport properties, have also drawn much research interest.

The field has seen rapid progress, and the family of layered semiconductors is continuously growing with new members, thereby bringing novel functionalities and increasing the variety of 2D-based semiconductor devices. These materials have been studied from a chemistry, material science, and physics point of view, with more to come.

The symposium includes sessions on various aspects of these 2D semiconductor materials: new developments in their synthesis, their characterization, their functionalization, and their theoretical modeling via DFT and other techniques. Applications of these materials in various fields (optoelectronics, catalysis, flexible electronics) will be given ample space, as well as for enabling technologies like functionalization, doping, and band gap tuning. Finally, the combination of these materials in van der Waals heterostructures will be included in the symposium.

The symposium has the dual aim of sharing recent results on novel layered semiconductor materials, as well as discussing the future road-map for the development of these materials. We strongly invite you to submit an abstract on your recent work on 2D materials. Abstracts will be selected with respect to the multidisciplinary intention of this symposium, which places itself at the focus of chemistry, physics, materials science, and device applications.

The symposium on ‘2D semiconductors: applications and perspectives’ at the 2019 E-MRS Spring Meeting will include a scientific workshop on black phosphorus and related materials, co-organized by the principle investigator of the EU Horizon 2020 ERC Project PhosFun (Dr. Maurizio Peruzzini).

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

  • Synthesis and Growth
  • Van der Waals Heterostructures
  • Electronic Transport Properties
  • Devices
  • Optoelectronic Properties
  • Chemical Functionalization
  • Catalysis
  • Surface Science of 2D Materials

List of invited speakers:

Alessandro Molle, CNR IMM, Italy: Fabrication of Xenes
Thomas Michely, University of Cologne, Germany: Van der Waals heterostructures
Herre van der Zant, Delft University, The Netherlands: Bottom-up nanoelectronics
Valeria Nicolosi, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland: Processing of 2-dimensional Nanomaterials
Keun Su Kim, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea: Dirac Fermions in black Phosphorus
Denis A. Bandurin, MIT, USA: QHE in atomically thin InSe
Stephane Berciaud, Université de Strasbourg, France: Charge and Energy Transfer in vdW Heterostructures
Paulina Plochocka, LNCMI Toulouse, France: Magneto-spectroscopy in 2D semiconductors
Antonio Politano, Università dell'Aquila, Italy: Science and technology of layered semiconductor materials
Jörg Schäfer, University of Würzburg, Germany: Bismuthene
Quentin Ramasse, University of Leeds, UK: STEM on 2d semiconductors
Claudia Backes, University of Heidelberg, Germany: 2D materials processing and optical characterization

List of scientific committee members:

 

M. O. Goerbig, Université Paris-Sud, France
F. Javier García de Abajo, ICFO, Barcelona, Spain
Alexander A. Khajetoorians, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Paul K. Chu, City University of Hong Kong, China
Giuseppe Nicotra, CNR IMM, Italy
Fengnian Xia, Yale, USA
I.V. Grigorieva, University of Manchester, UK
Etienne Gaufres, CNRS-ONERA, France
Gianluca Fiori, University of  Pisa, Italy
Luigi Ambrosio, CNR IPCB, Naples, Italy
Cecilia Mattevi, Imperial College London, UK
Filippo Fabbri, CNR Nano, Pisa, Italy
Maurizio Peruzzini, CNR ICCOM, Florence, Italy

 

Publication:

Selected papers will be published in a special issue of Physica Status Solidi - Rapid Research Letter (RRL) (Wiley).

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Symposium organizers
Alexander GRÜNEISUniversität zu Köln

II. Physikalisches Institut - Zülpicher Str. 77, 50937 Köln, Germany

+49 221 4703461
grueneis@ph2.uni-koeln.de
Maria CAPORALIConsiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)

Istituto di Chimica dei Composti OrganoMetallici (ICCOM) - Via Madonna del Piano 10, 50019 Sesto Fiorentino (FI), Italy

+39 055 522 5249
maria.caporali@iccom.cnr.it
Stefan HEUNNEST, Istituto Nanoscienze-CNR and Scuola Normale Superiore

Piazza San Silvestro 12, 56127 Pisa, Italy

+39 050 509 472
stefan.heun@nano.cnr.it
Thomas SZKOPEKMcGill University

Dept. of Electrical and Computer - 3480 University Street, rm 643, Montreal, Canada

+1 514 398 3040
thomas.szkopek@mcgill.ca