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Symposium on Nanomaterials for Energy: Graphene-Based Materials for Potential Energy Applications

By Yong P. Chen

Department of Physics, Purdue University, West Lafyette, IN

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I will discuss our studies of large scale CVD (chemical vapor deposition) grown graphene, graphene-quantum dot hydrids as well as graphene-based composites. I will discuss their electronic, thermal and optoelectronic properties and potential implications for graphene based energy applications.


Yong P. Chen Yong P. Chen received his BS from Xi´an Jiaotong University in 1996, MS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1999, and PhD from Princeton in 2005. He is the Miller Family Assistant Professor of Nanoscience and Physics and Assistant Professor Courtesy of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. His research interests include low dimensional and nanoscale physics, graphene, nano devices for radiation detection and fluid sensors, quantum physics and quantum information with cold atoms and molecules.

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