Joint International Conference

Advanced Carbon Nanostructures

St Petersburg, Russia July 4-8, 2011
  Scientific Program
  School of Young Scientists  
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Scientific Program


Monday, July 4

830- 1700 Registration
  Chairmen: V.V. Lemanov, A.Ya.Vul', A.T.Dydeikin
900-920 Opening
Welcome speech of Nobel Prize Winner, Sir H.Kroto
920-1000 Hirsch A., University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany
Functionalization of synthetic carbon allotropes (invited lecture)
1000-1040 Wakabayashi K., WPI-MANA, NIMS; PRESTO, JST, Japan
Edge effect on electronic properties in nanoscale graphene systems (invited lecture)
1040-1100 Wang Z.P., Hosei University, Japan
Growth and electrochemical properties of carbon nanosheets via microwave plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition
1100- 1120 Coffee break
Chairmen: A. Hirsch, M.V.Baidakova
1120- 1140 Whitby R.L.D., University of Brighton, United Kingdom
Conformational changes and chemistry of single-layer graphene oxide
1140- 1200 Usachov D., St Petersburg State University, Russia
Nitrogen-doped graphene: synthesis and properties
1200- 1220 Talyzin A., Umea University, Sweden
Structural study of graphite oxide hydration: effects of temperature and pressure
1220- 1240 Antonova I.V., A.V.Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Russia
Novel graphene based hybrid material with tunable electronic properties
1240- 1300 Korobeinyk A.V., University of Brighton, United Kingdom
Exfoliation of single- and multi-layer graphenes from the surface of polyacrylonitrile-based copolymer under thermal treatment
1300- 1400 Lunch
  Chairmen: K. Wakabayashi, A.V. Okotrub
1400- 1440 Okazaki T., National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
One-dimensional molecular nano-structures inside single-walled
carbon nanotubes
(invited lecture)
1440- 1520 Troyanov S.I., Moscow State University, Russia
Structures and cage transformations of higher fullerenes (invited lecture)
1520- 1540 Krestinin A.V., Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS, Russia
Technology and main products of single-walled carbon nanotubes produced by arc discharge process
1540- 1600 Coffee break
Chairmen: T. Okazaki, S.I. Troyanov
1600-1620 Mordkovich V.Z., Technological Institute for Superhard and Novel Carbon Materials; INFRA Technologies, Russia
Longer carbon nanotubes by controlled catalytic growth in the presence of water vapor
1620-1640 Fedorov G., NRC "Kurchatov Institute", Russia
Interplay between intrinsic and contact phenomena in carbon nanotube devices: from exponential magnetoresistance to chemical sensing
1640- 1700 Eliseev A.A., Moscow State University, Russia
Growth and characterization of one-dimensional semiconductor nanocrystals within single-walled carbon nanotube channels
  Chairmen: V.I. Siklitsky, S.A. Grudinkin
1700- 1900 Poster Session 1
Graphene, Carbon nanotubes

Tuesday, July 5

Chairmen: M.V. Korobov, J.C. Arnault
900 - 940 Osawa E., Nanocarbon Research Institute Ltd., Japan
Recent progress in dispersed detonation nanodiamond (invited lecture)
940 - 1020 Vlasov I.I., General Physics Institute RAS, Russia
Nitrogen in nanodiamonds of dynamic synthesis (invited lecture)
1020 - 1100 Ho D., Northwestern University, USA
Nanodiamond platforms for biomedical applications (invited lecture)
1100- 1120 Coffee break
Chairmen: E. Osawa, A.M. Panich
1120- 1140 Shenderova O.A., International Technology Center, USA
Carbon dots decorated nanodiamond
1140- 1200 Arnault J.C., CEA, LIST, Diamond Sensors Laboratory, France
Surface modifications of nanodiamonds for higher surface reactivity
1200- 1220 Pruuel E.R., Lavrentyev Institute of Hydrodynamics SB RAS, Russia
SAXS measurement and dynamics of condensed carbon growth at detonation of condensed high explosives
1220- 1240 Pichot V., French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis, France
Nitrogen doping of detonation nanodiamonds
1300- 1400 Lunch
  Chairmen: O. Shenderova, V. Pichot
1400- 1420 Panich A., M. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Diamond nanoparticles with functionalized surface -a NMR study
1420- 1440 Aleksenskii A.E., Ioffe Physical Technical Institute RAS, Russia
Deagglomeration of detonation nanodiamonds. Problem and its decision
1440- 1500 Neitzel I., Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA
Diamond nanoparticles: purification, deagglomeration and functionalization
1500- 1520 Korobov M.V., Moscow State University, Russia
Detonation nanodiamonds as revealed by differential scanning calorimetry
1520- 1540 Bochechka A.A., V.Bakul Institute for Superhard Materials, Ukraine
Diamond-tungsten carbide nanocomposite based on detonation synthesized diamond nanopowder
1540- 1600 Coffee break
Chairmen: I.I. Vlasov, Z.P. Wang
1600-1620 Kurdyukov D.A., Ioffe Institute, Russia
Template-assisted fabrication and study of 2D and 3D ordered porous nanodiamond films
1620-1640 Cheng H.-F., National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Growth of ultrananocrystalline diamond films on non-silicon substrates using electrophoresis-deposited nano-diamond as nucleation layer
1640- 1700 Schmidlin L., French-German Research Institute of Saint-Louis, France
High density nanodiamond monolayer obtained by an electrophoretic process
1700- 1715 Conference photo
1800- 2000 Welcome Reception

Wednesday, July 6

One day Conference/School for young scientists

Diagnostics of Carbon Nanostructures
Chairmen: V.V. Afrosimov, M.V. Kovalchuk
900 - 955 Shenderova O., International Technology Center, USA
Carbon at the nanoscale
955- 1050 Baranov A.V., St Petersburg State University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Russia
Raman characterization of nanostructured graphite materials
1050- 1110 Coffee break
1110- 1205 Baranov P.G., Ioffe Institute, Russia
Optically detected magnetic resonance for characterization of carbon nanostructures
1205- 1300 Panich A. M., Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Nuclear magnetic resonance for studies of carbon nanostructures
1300- 1400 Lunch
1400- 1455 Sakharov V.I., Ioffe Institute, Russia
Rutherford Backscattering spectroscopy
1455- 1550 Shnitov V.V., Ioffe Institute, Russia
Investigation of atomic and electron structure of nanocarbon materials by use of EXAFS and NEXAFS spectroscopy techniques
  Chairmen: S.A. Grudinkin, V.Yu. Osipov
1550- 1630 Young Scientist's short-form presentations (see School Program)
All lectures and contributed presentations will be given in Russian
  Chairmen: V.I. Siklitsky, S.A. Grudinkin
1630- 1830 Poster Session 2
School Poster Session & Nanodiamonds, Methods for characterization of nanocarbons.
  Work language on Poster Session 2 is English

Thursday, July 7

Chairmen: M.V. Avdeev, I.-Nan Lin
900 - 940 Konarev D.V., Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics, Russia
From neutral complexes to ionic compounds of fullerenes with magnetic transitions and metallic conductivity (invited lecture)
940- 1000 Ogata H., Hosei University, Japan
Fabrication, characterization and properties of C60(OH)x nanocrystals by a reprecipitation method
1000- 1020 Bousige C., Institut Laue Langevin, France
Translational dynamics of 1D fullerenes chains encapsulated inside single-walled carbon nanotubes
1020- 1040 Verberck B., Universiteit Antwerpen;Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Belgium
A Monte Carlo study of C70 molecular motion in C70@SWCNT peapods
1040- 1100 Kovats E., Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, Hungary
Comparative study of fullerene-cubane rotor-stator systems
1100- 1120 Coffee break
Chairmen: D.V. Konarev, B. Verberck
1120- 1140 Razbirin B.S., Ioffe Institute, Russia
Site-selective spectroscopy of electronic states of fullerene derivatives
1140- 1200 Misochko E.Ya., Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS, Russia
Open-shell fullerene derivates: low temperature ESR spectroscopy and quantum chemical (DFT) calculations
1200- 1220 Avdeev M.V., Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
Solvatochromism and cluster formation in solutions of fullerene C60
1220- 1240 Nikolaev I.V., Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia
Ordering of hydroxylated fullerenes in aqueous solutions
1300- 1400 Lunch
  Chairmen: H. Ogata, E.A. Katz
1400- 1420 Terranova M.L., University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
Engineering nanodiamond-PANI nanocomposites: structural features and mutual arrangements
1420- 1440 Hao Y., Beijing Institute of Technology, China
Synthesis carbon-encaspsulated metal nanoparticles by a detonation method
1440- 1500 Ozerin A.N., Enikolopov Institute of Synthetic Polymeric Materials, Russia
Polymer-nanodiamond composites
1500- 1520 Rols S., Institut Laue Langevin, France
Inelastic neutron investigations of AC60 compounds with A=Li4, Mg2 and C8H8
1520- 1540 Neitzel I., Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA
Nanodiamond-containing polymers for structural and biological applications
1540- 1600 Coffee break
Chairmen: T. Enoki, A. Talyzin
1600-1620 Okotrub A.V., Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Russia
Electronic properties of fluorinated graphite and grapheme
1620-1640 Makarova T., Umea University, Sweden
Two-dimensional magnetism of fluorinated graphite
1640- 1700 Kharlamova M.V., Moscow State University, Russia
Structure and electronic properties of single-walled carbon nanotubes intercalated by transition metal halogenides
1700- 1720 break
  Chairman: Sheka E.F.
1720- 1800 Round table
Concepts, illusions, drawbacks, and trends of computational science of sp2 nanocarbons
1720- 1740 Sheka E.F., Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia
Graphene in view of atomic-molecular approach
1740- 1800 Discussion
Chairmen: V.I. Siklitsky, S.A. Grudinkin
1700- 1900 Poster Session 3
Fullerenes, Nanocarbon

Friday, July 8

Chairmen: W.P. Kang, A.A. Eliseev
900 - 940 Ando T., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Exotic transport properties of monolayer and bilayer graphene (invited lecture)
940- 1020 Enoki T., Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
The role of zigzag and armchair edges in the electronic structure of nanographene (invited lecture)
1020- 1040 Chernozatonskii L.A., Institute of Biochemical Physics RAS, Russia
Nanotructures based on H-(or F-) atom functionalized graphene-elements for electronic and optic nanoengineering
1040- 1100 Pliushch A., Institute for Nuclear Problems, Belarus
Nanocarbon modified epoxy resin and microwaves
1100- 1120 Coffee break
Chairmen: A.V. Krestinin, S. Rols
1120- 1130 Katz E.A., Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research; Ilze Kats Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology, Israel
Effects of concentrated Sunlight on efficiency and stability of fullerene-polymer solar cells
1130- 1140 Huang J. H., National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Synthesis and supercapacitor performance of arrayed MWCNT-MnO2 nanocomposites
1140- 1150 Ankudinov A.V., Ioffe Institute; National Research University ITMO, Russia
Nanocarbons-induced hardening of ultrathin polysiloxane block copolymer films
1150- 1200 Faikov P.P., D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Russia
Carbon nanotubes reinforced alumina composites fabricated by vacuum sintering
1200- 1210 Malinovskaya O.S., Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Keldysh Research Center"; National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Russia
CVD facility for formation of carbon nanomaterials on a space station board
1210- 1220 Mazov I.N., Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Russia
Structural and physical properties of MWNT/polyolefine composites
1230- 1330 Lunch
  Chairmen: A.Ya. Vul', V.Z. Mordkovich
1330- 1410 Kang W. P., Vanderbilt University, USA
Nanocarbon field emission devices and their applications (invited lecture)
  Special session: European Scientific Programs
1410- 1450 Sadowski M.L., European Commission, DG Research and Innovation
Funding graphene research in the European Research Area

Rajewsky A.X., European Research Council Executive Agency
Scietific Programs of the European Commission
Panel Discussion: Nanocarbon Applications
1450 - 1530 Chairman: Streletskiy A.V. Chief Expert, Scientific and Technical Expert Review Department, RUSNANO
  Chairmen: S.V. Kozyrev, V.V. Lemanov
1530- 1540 Young Scientist's best presentation awarding
1540- 1600 Closing