The title of his talk is “Recent Advances in Graphene Synthesis and Applications"
Graphene has unique mechanical, electronic, and optical properties, which researchers have used to develop novel electronic materials including transparent conductors and ultrafast transistors. Recently, the understanding of various chemical properties of graphene has facilitated its application in high-performance devices that generate and store energy. Graphene is now expanding its territory beyond electronic and chemical applications toward biomedical area. In this talk, the recent advances in graphene synthesis and applications will be reviewed, including the use of graphene for biomedicine and advanced chemical analyses as well as mass-production quality graphene synthesized by rapid thermal chemical vapor deposition (RT-CVD).Dr. Byung Hee Hong from Seoul National University will be here Friday, April 12 for our chemistry seminar. It will be held in SLC 2.303 at 12:00 (noon).