“The Future of 2D Materials: Grand Challenges and Opportunities”, live webinar at 12 p.m. GMT on 13 June 2024

The event “The Future of 2D Materials: Grand Challenges and Opportunities,” organized by Physics World, delves into the cutting-edge research and future prospects of two-dimensional (2D) materials. This event aims to address both the grand challenges and the significant opportunities presented by 2D materials, which have gained immense interest due to their unique properties and potential applications in various fields such as electronics, photonics, and energy.

Key highlights of the event include:

  1. Emerging Research: Presentations and discussions on the latest advancements in 2D materials, beyond the well-known graphene, including materials like transition metal dichalcogenides, MXenes, and other novel 2D compounds.
  2. Applications: Exploration of practical applications of 2D materials in creating more efficient and powerful devices, particularly in areas such as flexible electronics, quantum computing, and nanotechnology.
  3. Challenges: Addressing the current limitations and technical challenges in the synthesis, scalability, and integration of 2D materials into existing technologies.
  4. Future Prospects: Discussions on the future directions and potential breakthroughs that could significantly impact various industries.

This event serves as a platform for researchers, industry professionals, and academics to share insights, foster collaborations, and drive forward the development of 2D materials.

For more detailed information about the event and its agenda, you can visit the Physics World event page: