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amphitheatre (salle 1035)
5155, chemin de la rampe
Montréal (QC) Canada  H3T 2B2

Title
Applications of graphene: broken promises and promises unbroken

Michael Hilke, Physics Department, McGill University

Abstract
Soon after its discovery in 2004, the remarkable properties of graphene have led to numerous claims to solving many of our world’s issues in terms of energy, electronics, opto-electronics, mechanical strength, quantum engineering, superconductivity, safety, filtering, chemical detection, music, bio-integration, nano-medicine, and many more. After reviewing some these claims and their validity, I will discuss several applications of graphene in our group, including phonon engineering, nanometer microscopy in liquid cells, graphene molding and photocells.

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Cette conférence est présentée par le RQMP Versant Nord du Département de physique de l'Université de Montréal et de Génie physique de la Polytechnique.

Applications of graphene: broken promises and promises unbroken