Invited lectures
Yoshihiro Iwasa (Univ. of Tokyo)
Special lectures:
Haruka Omachi (Nagoya Univ.)
Organic synthetic approaches to nanocarbon-based hybrid materials
Jun Onoe (Nagoya Univ.)
Low-dimensional C60 polymers: Fundamental properties and their applications to environment and energy issues
Takahiro Kondo (Univ. of Tsukuba)
Boron-based new two-dimensional materials: synthesis, characterization, and application
Shintaro Sato (Fujitsu Laboratory)
Growth and Application of Carbon nanotubes, Graphene and Graphene Nanoribbons
Jamie Warner (Univ. of Texas at Austin)
Synthesis, structure, processing and electronic devices using 2D layered Noble Metal Dichalcogenides PdSe2 and PtS2
Hisashi Sugime (Waseda Univ.)
14-cm-long carbon nanotube forest via in situ supplements of iron and aluminum vapor sources
Takahiro Morimoto (AIST)
Characterization methods for the ensemble state of network structured nanomaterials
Invited lectures:
Yan Li (Peking University)
What We Know about Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Growth
Esko Kauppinen (Aalto University School of Science)
FC-CVD synthesis of CNTs from methane for transparent conductor applications
Junichiro Kono (Rice University)
Ultrahigh-Conductivity Carbon Nanotube Fibers with Giant Thermoelectric Power Factor
Matteo Pasquali (Rice University)
Improved properties, increased production, and the path to broad adoption of carbon nanotube fibers
Kenji Yasuda (MIT)
Stacking-engineered ferroelectricity in bilayer boron nitride
Yu Saito (Univ. of California, Santa Barbara)
Isospin Pomeranchuk effect in twisted bilayer graphene
Yuya Shimazaki (ETH)
Strongly correlated electrons in a moiré superlattice probed with exciton spectroscopy