MXenes: Looking Ahead to the Next Ten Years

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Celebrate 10 year anniversary of the discovery of MXenes

This class of two-dimensional materials has led to intense research activity in a myriad of fields. From fundamental properties to applications in batteries, catalysis, optoelectronics, medicine and telecommunications, the versatility of MXenes seemingly knows few boundaries.


Together with one of the original authors on the first report on MXenes, Professor Yury Gogotsi, and three distinguished experts in the field, the event looks back on the last decade and ahead to the next ten years.The researchers will five their perspectives on the state of the art in research and share their experiences and anecdotes, which will give you a deeper insight into the field of MXenes.


Presenters

  • Prof. Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA
  • Prof. Bin Xu, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China
  • Prof. Valeria Nicolosi, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
  • Prof. Husam Alshareef, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

Moderated by: Dr. Aron Urbatsch, Editor, Advanced Materials
Introduction by: Dr. Jos Lenders, Editor-in-Chief, Advanced Materials


Advanced Materials is at the cutting edge of the chemistry and physics of functional materials. Its broad scope and pronounced interdisciplinarity has been key to its success, reflected by an Impact Factor of 30.849.

Register now to join us at the live event.

Certificates of attendance will be issued after the completion of the event.

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