This two-day meeting is aimed at local and European actors active in the growth of two-dimensional materials and their heterostructures. It aims to discuss common research strategies, at the University of Paris-Saclay and beyond, for the synthesis, characterization and valorization of heterostructures of 2D materials with controlled physical properties.
LEM will celebrate its 30th anniversary on tuesday 9th October in Châtillon (ONERA).
Ms Denise Carpentier will defend her doctoral thesis entitled “Simulation of the kinetics of absorption of point defects by dislocations and clusters of defects” on Friday, October 12 at 2 pm. His defense will take place at the Neurospin Centre in Saclay – J. Talairach amphitheatre.