Invited Speakers and Session Chairs

Carbon 2012 Invited Speakers and Session Chairs

lenary lectures:

Institution Presentation file


Prof. François Béguin


Orléans University, France

Carbons for Energy Storage Solutions



Prof. Klaus Drechsler


Technical University of Munich,


The Potential of Carbon Composites for Lightweight Construction for Aerospace and Automotive Applications



Prof. Marek Sciazko

Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal, Poland

Challenges for Development of Clean Coal Technology



Prof. Mauricio Terrones

The Pennsylvania State University,

USA and Shinshu University, Japan

Novel Forms of Carbon: Defective Graphenes, Nanoribbons with Atomically Smooth Edges and Graphene-Nanotube Hybrid Structures



Prof. Sumio Iijima

Meijo University,


Nano-Carbon Materials: Synthesis and Application


Keynote lectures

  1. Teresa J. Bandosz, USA – Effects of Graphene-Based Phase Addition to the Precursor of the Nanoporous Carbon on Electrochemica
  2. Toshiaki Enoki, Japan – Magnetism of Nanographene; Edge State and sigma-Dangling Bond

  3. Silvana Fiorito, Italy – Electrochemical properties influence biological behaviour of DWCNTs

  4. Yury Gogotsi, USA – Diamond Nanoparticles: Can They Challenge Other Nanoscale Carbons?

  5. Robert Hurt, USA – A Tip-Entry Mechanism for the Cellular Uptake of Carbon Nanotubes and Implications for Nanosafety

  6. Mietek Jaroniec, Poland – Development of hierarchically porous carbons: Synthesis strategies combining soft- and hard-templating

  7. Katsumi Kaneko, Japan  Comfinement-Induced Super-High Pressure Effect of Carbon Nanospaces

  8. Krisztina Laszlo, Hungary – Simultaneous adsorption of toluene and water vapour on a high surface area carbon
  9. Hong-Ming Lin, Taiwan – Synthesis and Characterization of AuPd/CeO2/MWCNTs Hybrid Materials for Direct Formic Fuels Cells

  10. Sergey Mikhalovsky, UK – Activated Carbons in Medical Applications – Poisoning and Beyond

  11. Marc Monthioux, France – Introducing the PyC-on-MWNT technology: a way to overcome some of the carbon nanotube limitations

  12. Oswin Oettinger, Germany – The Future of Carbon Materials, Industrial Perspectives and Challenges

  13. Boris Reznik, Germany – Spatial organization of pyrolytic carbon: from pyrolysis to imaging

  14. Jean-Noël Rouzaud, France – Multiscale Organisation of Irradiated Nuclear Graphite; Consequences for Further Decontamination

  15. Leszek Stobinski, Poland – Carbon Nanotubes Functionalization for Nanomedical Applications

  16. Irene Suarez-Martinez, Australia – Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Materials: from amorphous to nanoforms

  17. Artur P. Terzyk, Poland – Carbon nanotubes as potential materials in hot-melt drug deposition: experiment and simulation

  18. Mark C. Thies, USA – Fractionation and Characterization of Pyrene Pitch Oligomers: Understanding the Building Blocks for Carbon Materials

  19. Amod Ogale, USA – High Thermal Conductivity Carbon Fibers from Petroleum-Based Experimental Mesophase Pitch
  20. Gerard L. Vignoles, France – Multi- scale model of pyrocarbon chemical vapor infiltration from propane: quantitative validation on kinetics and nanotexture
  21. Jennifer Romero, Canada – Progress on the combinatorial preparation and evaluation of carbon adsorbent materials

  22. Alexandre F. Léonard, Belgium – Nanostructured Carbon Materials for Energy Storage Applications: Control of Porosity and Surface Composition of Resorcinol-Formaldehyde Xerogels
  23. Stéphanie Patel, France – Characterization of Aligned Carbon Nanotubes grown on Carbon Fibres for composites applications
  24. Mirko Kunowsky, Spain – Activated Carbon Monoliths for Gas Storage at Room Temperature

  25. Kazunori Fujisawa, Japan – Electrochemical Performance of Heteroatom Doped-Graphene as an Electrode for Supercapacitor

  26. Pascaline Pré, France – Morphological Analysis of Nanoporous Carbon Structure

  27. Cheng Hui-Ming, China – CVD Growth of Large-Size Single Crystal Graphene and 3D Graphene Macrostructures

  28. Elzbieta Frackowiak, Poland – Enhancement of the activated carbon electrode capacitance by dihydroxybenzene electrochemical grafting

  29. Jacek Jagiello, USA – Effect of curvature of graphene pore walls on adsorption in porous carbons

  30. Quan-Hong Yang, China – Graphene-Based Hybrids and Their Electrochemical Applications

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