Science and society are eager for innovative solutions to increasingly complex technical problems. This webinar will highlight how perovskites and graphene are contributing to those solutions.
Perovskites: With special properties like superconductivity, magnetoresistance, piezoelectricity and dielectric and pyroelectric behavior, perovskites are excellent candidates for optimizing multilayer capacitors like fuel cells as well as solar cells, sensors and electric batteries, or even next-generation display screens, LEDs, memory devices (RAM) and high-temperature superconductors.
Graphene: Alongside revelations of the seemingly endless applications of graphene has been development of a rapid and highly scalable “green” process for mass-producing graphene to meet the needs of science and industry. We discuss the latest and most promising advances resulting from this synergy and their implications for society.
An interactive Q&A session will follow the presentation.