2D Nanomaterials for Human Health and the Environment

An interdisciplinary workshop on the bio/environmental applications and implications of new sheet-like nanomaterials, and their relation to fundamental material structures and properties

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 – San Diego, California


Preliminary Agenda

8:00     Continental Breakfast

8:30     Welcome and Introduction (R. Hurt, Chair)

8:45     Keynote speaker: Mark Hersam, Northwestern University
            “Fundamentals and Applications of Solution-Processed 2D Materials”

9:30     Keynote speaker: Baoxia Mi, University of California, Berkeley
            “2D Nanomaterial-Enabled Membranes for Water Purification”

10:15   Break

10:30   Keynote speaker: Michael Strano, MIT
            “2D Nanomaterials: New Characterization Methods and Biological Applications”

11:15   Keynote speaker: Peter Wick, EMPA, St. Gallen, Switzerland
            “Disentangling the Structure – Activity Relationship of Graphene Related Materials:
            A Health Perspective”

12:00   Lunch

1:30     Keynote speaker: Debora Rodrigues, University of Houston
            “Microbial Interactions with 2D Nanomaterials: From Single Cells to Ecosystems”

2:15     Poster session

3:15     Working group meetings.  Group topical areas:  2D materials science, environmental          applications, health applications, implications

4:30     Discussion leaders’ report to the workshop

5:00     Close

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