Call for papers for 2D Materials seminar at Materials Research Exchange 2020.

The 2D materials market is expected to reach $1.6bn by 2025 at a high growth rate of 72.8%, enabled by the large investment in graphene R&D, scalable manufacturing and raised interest of end-users in graphene applications. However, this market has the potential to reach over $70 billion by 2030 through the commercialisation of non-carbon 2D materials and its applications in semiconductor devices.

 

Materials Research Exchange 2020 brings a forum to showcase the current state of the art in semiconductor 2D Materials and discuss how the UK can be at the forefront of its commercialisation.

 

Call for papers

The seminar host is inviting innovators from businesses and research organisations to submit a paper to present at this seminar. The 15 min talks will showcase research and technology developments in 2D Materials for Semiconductor applications. Use the link below to submit your talk proposal by 20th January 2020.

 

Please click here to submit an abstract of your paper.

 

 

About MRE 2020:

Materials Research Exchange 2020 is an exhibition, investor showcase and conference, which will demonstrate ground-breaking new materials developments and their manufacturing processes. Network with over 1500 delegates, meet key funding and decision makers and attend targeted seminars and keynote addresses.

 

Sir Mark Walport, Chief Executive of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), will formally open MRE 2020 and will provide the Welcome address. Other confirmed keynote speakers include Dr. Ian Campbell (Interim Executive Chair at Innovate UK), Dr. Alicia Greated (CEO, KTN), Prof. Philip Withers (Regius Professor For Materials, University of Manchester), and Simon Edmonds (Deputy Executive Chair/Chief Business Officer, Innovate UK).

 

What’s on offer for delegates and exhibitors?

  • Hear engaging talks from researchers, innovators, investors and industry, presenting case studies on successful commercialisation of materials working in collaboration with academic researchers.
  • Participate in masterclass sessions on IP, R&D Tax Credit
  • Pitchfest: receive training on how to be pitch-ready to successfully present your case to investors.
  • Hear and debate the scope of current developments in advanced materials across key supply chains and through different sectors, including the impact of emerging digital technologies such as Block Chains.
  • Hear from policy makers with discussions and updates on relevant¬†Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund¬†(ISCF) support for businesses and academia.
  • Seminars on metamaterials, 2D materials and a session on plastics from the UK Circular Plastics Network.

Tickets are now on sale and available here.

 

Please visit the Materials Research Exchange website for further information.

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