221st ECS Meeting - Seattle, Washington

May 6 - May 10, 2012



H9 - Chemistry and Physics of Graphene and 2D Nanostructures


Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Room 618, Level 6, Washington State Convention Center

Functionalized Graphene I

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
16:20   1347   (Invited) Preparation and Application of Chemically Functionalized Graphene M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University)
16:40   1348   (Invited) Stimuli-Responsive Polymer Covalent Functionalization of Graphene Oxide by Ce(IV)-Induced Redox Polymerization B. Wang, Y. Deng, D. Yang, J. Hu (Fudan University), X. Huang (Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry), and J. Z. Zhang (UC Santa Cruz)
17:00   1349   Capture Store and Discharge of Electrons in Graphene Based Assemblies P. Kamat, I. Lightcap, and S. Krishnamurthy (University of Notre Dame)
17:20   1350   Theoretical Investigation of the Li-Oxygen Reduction and Redox Activity of Model Carbon Structures Y. Xu, G. Dathar (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and W. A. Shelton (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

Ballroom 6E, Level 6, Washington State Convention Center

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: Guldi and Weisman
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   1351   Study of H, O and C Adatoms Surface Diffusion on Graphene by Computer Simulation V. I. Gorbenko (Classical Private University)
o   1352   Fabrication of Graphene Thin Films Based on Layer-by-Layer Self-Assembly of Functionalized Graphene Nanosheets J. Park, J. Park, C. Chung, and P. Yoo (Sungkyunkwan University)
o   1353   Theoretical Study of Single and Bilayer Graphene Nanoribbons Photodetectors M. Moradinasab, H. Nematian, M. Pourfath, M. Fathipour, and H. Kosina (Institute for Microelectronics)

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Room 618, Level 6, Washington State Convention Center

Functionalized Graphene II

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1354   Chemically Functionalized One- and Two-dimensional Carbon-Based Nanostructures for the Development of Effective Nanobiocatalytic Systems T. Tsoufis (University of Groningen), I. Pavlidis (University of Ioannina), T. Vorhaben, U. Bornscheuer (Greifswald University), D. Gournis, H. Stamatis (University of Ioannina), and P. Rudolf (University of Groningen)
08:20   1355   Functionalization of Graphene Sheets M. Prato (University of Trieste)
08:40   1356   Chemical Functionalization as an Approach to the Modification of the Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Graphene R. C. Haddon (University of California - Riverside)

Synthesis and Interfaces

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
09:00   1357   (Invited) Doping and Intercalation of Graphene using Electrolyte Gate D. Efetov and P. Kim (Columbia University)
09:20   1358   (Invited) Interfacial Engineering of Organic Nanofibril Heterojunctions into Highly Photoconductive Materials and Beyond H. Huang, Y. Che, L. Li, M. Xu, B. Bunes, X. Yang, and L. Zang (University of Utah)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   1359   (Invited) A Novel Route Towards the Formation of Hybrid Materials Consisting of Graphene and Iron Oxide Nanoparticles T. Tsoufis (University of Groningen), Z. Syrgiannis (University of Trieste), M. Karakassides, D. Gournis (University of Ioannina), M. Prato (University of Trieste), and P. Rudolf (University of Groningen)
10:20   1360   Facile Synthesis of Graphene/Metal Nanocomposite via Self-Catalysis Reduction at Room Temperature and Its Catalytic Application Q. Zhuo, J. Gao, Y. Ma, and X. Sun (Soochow University)
10:40   1361   Atomic Resolution Characterization of Sub-Nanometer Pt Clusters on Nitrogen-Doped Graphene S. Stambula, N. Gauquelin, S. Gorantla, S. Turner (McMaster University), S. Sun, X. Sun (University of Western Ontario), and G. Botton (McMaster University)
11:00   1362   Synthesis of Large Sized Graphene Sheets Using Ultrasound K. Vinodgopal, D. Taylor, K. Le, A. Sapkota, and N. Salleh (North Carolina Central University)
11:20   1363   Synthesis of Soluble Graphene E. Billups, A. Mukherjee, Y. Sun, and O. Kuznetsov (Rice University)
11:40   1364   Synthesis and Patterning of Laser Converted Graphene for Flexible Energy Storage Devices M. El-Kady, V. Strong, S. Dubin, J. Wassei, J. Torres, and R. Kaner (University of California, Los Angeles)
12:00 Lunch break (120 Minutes)
14:00   1365   Assembly of Graphene-Based Two-Dimensional Nanosheets X. Feng (Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research)


TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:20   1366   (Invited) Topological Band Theory in Twisted Multilayer Graphene E. J. Mele (University of Pennsylvania)
14:40   1367   (Invited) QED Kapitza Conductance of Graphene A. Petrov (Ioffe Institute) and S. Rotkin (Lehigh University)
15:00   1368   Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Plasma-Treated Graphene S. D. Sherpa, G. Levitin, and D. W. Hess (Georgia Institute of Technology)
15:20   1369   Graphene Edges: The Origin of Electronic, Chemical and Magnetic Activities T. Enoki (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
15:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
16:00   1370   Electrical and Optical Properties of Transferable and Dispersible Graphene Nanostructures of Controlled Structure V. Berry (Kansas State University)
16:20   1371   Characterization of Few-layer Graphene (FLG) starting with Pristine Graphite via Wet Chemical Functionalization S. Malik, C. Liebscher, G. Kostakis, D. Wang, S. Potratz (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), C. Balaban (University Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseille III), and T. S. Balaban (Aix-Marseille University)


16:40   1372   Transient Absorption Microscopic Study of Carbon Nanostructures L. Huang, B. Gao, and G. Hartland (University of Notre Dame)


TimeProgr#Title and Authors
17:00   1373   (Invited) Graphene PN Junctions J. Lee (Unierstiy at Albany)
17:20   1374   Enhancing Raman Signals with Micron-Scale Graphene-Coated Plasmonic Structures A. Banerjee (NJIT) and H. Grebel (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
17:40   1375   Toward Atomic Spintronics via Organometallic Complexes of Graphene A. Popov (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research), S. Avdoshenko (Dresden University of Technology), I. Ioffe (Moscow State University), G. Cuniberti (Dresden University of Technology), and L. Dunsch (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research)