International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials

Bad Homburg, Germany

The 26th edition of the International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials will continue the longstanding practice of high level diamond and carbon material research. This meeting traditionally spans the complete spectrum from fundamental physical and chemical concepts to applied research focussing on the next generation carbon-based devices. It is the primary forum where junior and established scientist can meet to discuss the science and technology of carbon-based materials while enjoying a friendly atmosphere stimulating exchange of the latest results and new ideas. Several oral and poster sessions will be devoted to the different allotropes of carbon, with special focused sessions zooming in on recent trends and hot topics.

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • - Deposition and in-situ doping of diamond and carbon materials using CVD and PVD techniques
  • - Carbon nanostructures for energy harvesting and storage
  • - Diamond power devicesCarbon-based heterostructures with novel oxide and nitride materials
  • - Quantum effects and single defect engineering in diamond and related applications
  • - Carbon surface physics and chemistry governing charge transfer
  • - Solution processing of diamond nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes and graphene
  • - (Bio)(electro)chemical functionalization of carbon materials for biomedical and environmental use

Attendance at this meeting will enable you to:

  • - Access unique, high-quality content on the science and development of technology applied to carbon and diamond-based materials and devices
  • - Learn and be informed by internationally renowned experts and opinion leaders in this expanding and dynamic field of materials science
  • - Present your latest research in this important field of materials science
  • - Network and discuss your research with prominent scientists and researchers and editors of the materials science journals



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