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ESF Conference in Partnership with LFUI
24-29 April 2011
Universitätszentrum Obergurgl (Ötz Valley, near Innsbruck), Austria
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2010 was awarded jointly to Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov "for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene". Learn more...
The Graphene Week 2011 conference will be devoted to the science and technology of graphene, advances in its growth and chemical processing, manufacturing graphene-based devices and studies of electronic transport, investigation of physical properties using ARPES, STM and AFM, emerging applications of this new material. It will also address studies of optical properties of graphene and their applications in optoelectronics, graphene manufacturing by mechanical and chemical exfoliation, synthesis on SiC, and growth on metals and semiconductors.
To learn more about the conference, please see the preliminary programme.
To learn more about the Graphene Week 2012 please visit www.graphene-week.eu
Please read here the articles written after the conference and published on the Austrian magazines, In Profil and Trend (available in German only).
Conference flyer (PDF - 91 KB) - Last updated 12-January-2011.
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For accepted participants and invited speakers only
All participants - including speakers, chairs & session chairs - are kindly expected to confirm their attendance (and, when applicable, to pay the conference fee) by filling in the Registration Form.
Due to a high number of applications received and to a long waiting list, all participants are expected to confirm their attendance by registering online by 8 March 2011. Please note that if you will not register by this deadline your space and/or grant will be given to another researcher.
There will be no talks other than those listed on the final programme.
Recommended Poster size is A0 (Vertical). Use letters and drawings that can be read from approximately 100 cm distance.
Posters can be fixed on boards with pins.
List of accepted posters [PDF, 152 KB, last update 16-Mar-2011]
Universitätszentrum Obergurgl, Ötz Valley, near Innsbruck, Austria
The Obergurgl University Centre is located at an altitude of 1940 metres, in the highest glacial village in the Tyrol, at the end of the Ötz Valley and surrounded by numerous three-thousand metre peaks.
Detailed information on all practical aspects of the conference are available from the Practical Information Guide.
Buses will be arranged on arrival day from Munich airport and from Innsbruck trainstation and airport to Obergurlg. The journey takes approximately 3 hours from Munich and 1,5 hours from Innsbruck, depending on traffic and weather conditions.
Please note that it is advisable to book flights which arrive in the morning on 24 April 2011 and depart late afternoon on 29 April 2011.
Bus departure times on Sunday, 24 April
On Friday 29 April buses to Innsbruck (Ariport and Train station) and to Munich Airport will leave at 9:00.
Fees & Grants
Conference fees cover an all inclusive package which includes all basic expenses that occur during the event. For more details, click here.
Conference fee will be covered by ESF and its partners
Conference Fee will be partially covered by ESF and its partners
Registration and payment before 13 March
Registration and payment after 13 March but before 27 March
Conference participation without accommodation
4 EUR of this fee is used to make this conference more ecologically sustainable. This amount will allow us to offset almost 100% of the CO2 emissions created by this conference and are part of our efforts to make ESF Research Conferences greener. For more information, please click here.
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