Two-dimensional (2D) transitional metal carbide, nitrides and carbonitrides, known as MXenes, have become one of the largest families of materials. MXenes have remarkable physical, chemical, electrochemical, and mechanical properties. These 2D carbides and nitrides have shown great promise in energy storage (batteries and supercapacitors), catalysis, electromagnetic interference shielding, wireless communications, flexible and transparent electronics, sensors, environmental and biomedical applications.
This symposium aims at being an international forum for the discussion of synthesis, properties, and applications of MXenes. All aspects of fundamental experimental and theoretical research related to MXenes including materials discovery and synthesis, characterizations of their electrical, electrochemical, optical, thermal, mechanical properties of MXenes, and their assembly and integration into functional devices will be covered in this symposium.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Department of Mechanical & Energy Engineering
Arizona State University
School of Molecular Sciences
Chong Min Koo
Korea Institute of Science and Technology
Materials Architecturing Research Center
Republic of Korea
Trinity College Dublin
School of Chemistry