11 July 2024

Virtual meeting : Humberto Terrones, Tues 16 July, 11h : "Electronic and Optical Properties of 2D Materials"

Humberto Terrones (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA),

Electronic and Optical Properties of 2D Materials

27 May 2024

Lavoisier discussion : SENSAS : Selective synthesis advancements in SWCNTs

After years of research, new high-end applications of SWCNTs are emerging, often developed jointly between academic labs and industrial partners. Examples include SWCNT-based MOSFETs (TSMC), CNT-RAM non-volatile memories (Fujitsu), dense Nanotube mats for fuel cell electrodes (NAWA Technologies)...
This discussion will take place in Lyon from Monday, June 10th starting at 14:00, until Tuesday, June 11th at 17:30.
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9 April 2024

Lavoisier discussion : Thermal properties of 2D materials with GDR NAME

Lavoisier discussion GDR HOWDI/NAME : Thermal properties of 2D materials, Lyon, May 6-7, 2024

15 March 2024

Summer School on Optical Spectroscopies of 1D & 2D Nanostructures

A Summer School on optical spectroscopies of 1D & 2D nanostructures will be organized by the Laboratoire Charles Coulomb at Montpellier from the 1st to the 5 th of July at the Faculté des Sciences of the Université of Montpellier.

12 March 2024

Annual meeting 2024

The annual meeting of the GDR and IRN HOWDI will be held in Luxembourg Sept. 30 - Oct. 4, 2024. Abstract deadline : 22 May 2024.

28 November 2023

Lavoisier discussion : Bottom-up nano-graphenes 22-23 Jan 2024

Discussion Lavoisier sur la synthèse chimique de nano-graphène et matériaux affiliés

2 October 2023

Lavoisier discussion : local probes & 2D materials ; Paris 6-7 Feb, 2024

The two groupements de recherche (GDRs), NS-CPU (Nanosciences with near-field microscopies under ultra high vacuum) and HOWDI (Heterostructures of van der Waals materials with low dimensionality) jointly organise a two-half-days workshop. The objects of interest, 2D materials and their heterostructures, are essentially surfaces. They are hence ideally suited to investigations with high-resolution local probes.