Two-dimensional (2D) materials are atomically thin substances, whose family has grown appreciably since the first discovery of graphene. They exhibit exceptional properties, governed by quantum confinement in the out-of-plane direction, naturally passivated surfaces, and/or huge suface-to-volume ratio, etc. Past years have seen worldwide interest in 2D mateials and also great efforts devoted to integrating them into fundamental sciences and engineering technologies.
Suggested topics may include, but are not limited to:
- Chemistry and biology studies of 2D materials
- Growth, synthesis techniques and integration methods
- Nanocomposites for energy applications
- Devices for electronic applications (flexible electronics, high frequency devices, sensors, etc.)
- Photonics and plasmonics
- Health and medical applications
- Quantum transport , magnetism and spintronics
- Spectroscopy and microscopy
- Fundamental science, theory and simulation
Yu Jia, Zhengzhou University, China
Xiaoyu Han, University College London, UK
Hao Xu, University College London, UK
Fang Zhao, Princeton University, USA
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