Symposium A1. Two-Dimensional and Related Materials: Fundamental Science, Preparation, and Applications
|Ching-Yuan Su||National Central University|
|Yi-Hsien Lee||National Tsing Hua University|
|Ya-Ping Hsieh||Academia Sinica|
|Sheng-Kuei Chiu||Feng-Chia University|
Scope & Topics
2D materials including graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs), and black phosphorous (BP), etc., are a new class of materials with exceptional properties for creating potential applications in novel electronics, optoelectronics, spintronics, as well as the wearable and energy devices. Recent progress was focusing on exploiting new physical/chemical phenomenon and developing novel technologies for the synthesis of 2D materials and their potential applications. This symposium aims to discuss up to date scientific findings and technology breakthroughs in topics related to 2D materials and their applications, with a particular focus in (but not limited to) the areas of:
- 2D material preparation, functionalization, and characterizations
- 2D-based devices integration and process technologies
- Fundamental Science: Theoretical as well as experimental aspects such as valleytronics, 2D phononics/thermoelectrics, piezo-electronics, interface engineering, and heterostructures.
- Applications: 2D material-based electronics, flexible and wearable electronics, optical-electronics, CMOS logics/RF-device, advanced energy materials, and multifunctional sensors.