16 May 2019 from 12:00 to 13:00

Science Jam #21: A computational model of graphene

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Leading researcher: Ferederico D'Ambrosio, Simulation of Complex Systems


Graphene is a very interesting material for a theoretical study. Among its many properties, it is a 2D crystal (i.e. it tends to form a single sheet one atom thick) in its purest form but defects will generate a buckling in the material. We introduce a computational model of buckled graphene, present some preliminary results obtained from it and discuss the main challenges of the model.

The lunch before the Science Jam is free for all the participants. Please register by Wednesday 15th May.

Start date and time
16 May 2019 12:00
End date and time
16 May 2019 13:00