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Research Centre on Graphene, Layered Crystals and Hybrid Nanomaterials

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Graphene CDT Advanced Technology Lectures

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Starting from Friday 20 March, the CDT Advanced technology lectures will be suspended. We plan to resume the lectures on 6 October 2020, if conditions will allow.

The Graphene CDT Advanced Technology Lectures are a series of high profile talks covering the topics of interest for the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Graphene Technology, such as fundamentals, technologies and applications of graphene, related layered materials and hybrid systems, nanofabrication, physics, photonics and renewable energy. They are on Fridays at 4pm in the Cambridge Graphene Centre Seminar room, Electrical Engineering Division, 9 JJ Thomson Avenue. Everybody is welcome. Contact Yarjan Abdul Samad for details of the lectures, or if you would like to be informed of our lectures by weekly emails.


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Past Lectures

Michaelmas Term Lectures (2019)

Easter Term Lectures (2019)

Lent Term Lectures (2019)

Michaelmas Term Lectures (2018)

Easter Term Lectures (2018)

Michaelmas Term Lectures (2017)

Easter Term Lectures (2017)

Lent Term Lectures (2017)

Michaelmas term lectures (2016)

Easter term CDT Lectures (2016)

Graphene CDT Lectures (2015)

Graphene CDT Lectures (2014)

CAPE-CGC Lectures (2013 - 2014)

CAPE-CIKC Lectures (2010 - 2012)

CAPE Lectures (2006 - 2009)

EDM Seminars (2003 - 2005)

 

 

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