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The conference program will include invited lectures by leading names in the field supplemented by contributed talks and posters for which abstracts are invited.


Opening Plenary Speakers

Hui-Ming Cheng, CAS-Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology & Institute of Metal Research, China Presentation title: Graphene oxide: From fabrication to applications

Daniel J. Twitchen, Element Six Ltd., UK Presentation title (provisional): The future of synthetic diamond from an industry's perspective

Invited Speakers

Hiroshi Amekura, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan Presentation title: Ion tracks in diamond formed by C60 ion irradiation

Mami N. Fujii, Kindai University, Japan Presentation title: Atomic imaging of diamond defects

Elena del Corro García, Catalan Institute of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (ICN2), Spain Presentation title: Operando advanced characterization of nanoporous graphene electrodes for biomedical applications

Silvia Giordani, Dublin City University, Ireland Presentation title: Tailoring carbon nanoparticles for targeted cancer therapy

Ralph Krupke, Technische Universität Darmstadt & Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany Presentation title: Electroluminescence from carbon nanotubes with quantum defects

Tomi Laurila, Aalto University, Finland Presentation title: Insights into carbon nanofiber (CNF) (bio)electrodes and their application potential

Meiyong Liao, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan Presentation title: N-channel diamond field-effect transistors

Paul W. May, University of Bristol, UK Presentation title: Metal terminated diamond NEA surfaces for thermionic emission applications: A competitor for PV solar cells?

David A.J. Moran, University of Glasgow, UK Presentation title: Exploration and optimisation of accumulation channel diamond FETs for high performance electronics

Gavin W. Morley, Warwick University, UK Presentation title: Fibre-coupled diamond magnetometry with ensembles of nitrogen vacancy centres

Romana Schirhagl, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands Presentation title: Diamond based quantum sensing in living cells and tissues

Aiying Wang, CAS-Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering, China Presentation title: Amorphous carbon-based coatings for harsh-environment applications: design, synthesis and properties

Bo Xu, Yanshan University, China Presentation title: Diamond materials: Microstructure engineering, interfaces, and phase transition

ICDCM Tutorial

Perspective on the CNT research field from synthesis to application development Led by Don Futaba, National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

Focused Session

MXenes: 2D carbides, nitrides, and carbonitrides Chair: Agnieszka Jastrzębska, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Paweł P. Michałowski, Łukasiewicz Research Network, Poland Presentation title (provisional): The identification of oxycarbide MXenes and MAX phases

Conference App

An app will be available for the 34th International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials and will appear in the Elsevier Conference App shortly before the conference.

Install the Elsevier Conferences app on your phone or tablet by following the links below or by searching for "Elsevier Conferences" in the App Store or on Google Play. Once you have installed this app, you will find the 34th International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials App (when available) towards the top of the screen. Simply tap the event and select ‘Install’ to download the interactive conference program to your device.

To download the app please follow the below links:

The conference app will include information on presentations, speakers, exhibitors and more. It will allow you to plan what presentations to attend, add notes to the program, make lists via the To Do feature and add custom tags to presentations and exhibitors.

Instant access to all conference information

Have instant access to complete information for each presentation, session, person, exhibitor and sponsor – wherever you are.

Create your personalised program

Pick and choose sessions from within the sessions to build your own program.

Keep track with to-dos, notes and tags

You can add a Note to anything in the program. Make lists via the To Do feature and add custom Tags to presentations, people and exhibitors.

Share content more easily

Sharing content with others is easy – simply export to email or share via Facebook or Twitter direct from the App.

Internet access is only required once to download the conference app. After that, all of the data is available in the app, making it easy to access while traveling or at sites without a WiFi connection. You will require internet access to view the abstracts and to receive updates.