International Congress on Graphene, 2D Materials and Applications

30th September - 04th October 2019
Sochi Olympic Park, Sochi, Russia

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General Information

2D Materials is an international congress that will bring together hundreds of researchers working with 2D materials in various fields of science and technology. 2D Materials 2019 will be the hub for researchers working in the fields of nanoscience, nanotechnology and related topics, providing a great opportunity for accessing the most up-to-date and authoritative knowledge from both academic and commercial worlds, sharing best practice in the field of 2D materials. The conference will take place in the Sochi Olympic Park, Sochi, the host city of the Winter Olympics-2014, FIFA World Cup 2018, annual Russian Grand Prix of the Formula One World Championship and famous for its spectacular mountains and sea views.

The conference is organized by the Center for Photonics & 2D Materials, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT, in 2010, two MIPT alumni, Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics "for ground-breaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene") and is supported by Russian scientific organizations and foundations.

The Congress consists of daily plenary presentations followed by parallel sessions comprising a rigorously refereed selection of submitted papers and posters.

The conference program:
30/09/2019 - Pre-conference day: Registration (16:00 - 20:00) + Welcome Reception (18:00 - 20:00).
01/10/2019 - Opening ceremony + Technical Session
02/10/2019 - Technical Sessions
03/10/2019 - Technical Sessions + Poster session + Conference Dinner
The transfer to the VinoGrad restaurant will be arranged from the Omega Sirius Park Hotel at 18:30.
04/10/2019 - Technical Sessions + Official Closing + Social Program (High Adventure Park SKYPARK)
Please keep this in mind when planning your trip to Sochi.

Final Program ver. 30.09.2019 PDF.

Program ver. 30.09.2019 Excel.

The length of time for presentations:
by Plenary Speaker is 45 min (40 min talk + 5 min questions)
by Keynote Speaker is 30 min (27 min talk + 3 min questions)
by Invited Speaker is 20 min (18 min talk + 2 min questions)
by Oral Speaker is 15 min (13 min talk + 2 min questions)

Poster Session

The poster session is an opportunity for participants to interact with their audience one-on-one, for a longer time, and in greater depth. The poster presentations must be prepared by the following means:

A0 (841mm x 1189mm) portrait formatted and print-out physical poster, that will be displayed in the congress hall. Your poster will be displayed on dedicated boards that will be made available through the organizing committee. The poster mounting area will have your Poster Number in the top left-hand corner.

Electronic poster that will be part of the poster loop played on a large screen in the congress hall. Each presenter will have a screen to display multimedia versions of a poster. We advise you to prepare a presentation (6-10 slides) in PDF format.


The event topics include (but are not limited to):

Fundamental science of graphene and 2D materials beyond graphene

New 2D materials (topological insulators, perovskites, etc.)

Van der Waals heterostructures

Electrical, optical, thermal and mechanical properties of 2D materials

Spectroscopy and microscopy of 2D materials

Theory and simulation of 2D materials

Quantum transport, magnetism, and spintronics

Electronics, photonics, optoelectronics, and plasmonics

Growth and synthesis of graphene and other two-dimensional materials

2D materials for energy applications

2D materials for biomedical and healthcare applications

2D materials for aerospace and defense industries

Innovation and commercialization


Special Sessions

Terahertz Technologies and Applications

Organizers: Dmitry Ponomarev & Rustam Khabibullin

Special session on Terahertz (THz) technologies will be focused on the discussion of fundamental and applied problems related to the generation and detection of sub-THz and THz radiation as well as its interaction with matter. Our aim is to bring together internationally known experts in the THz field to consider the most critical theoretical and technological insights, discoveries and new fundamental and practical applications. The technical session will cover a wide range of topics including but not limited to photoconductive pulsed and CW emitters/detectors, quantum-cascade lasers, new appearing approaches in THz spectroscopic and imaging systems and other.

Quantum Technologies and Quantum Materials

Organizers: Alex Fedorov

Special session on Quantum technologies and quantum materials will be concentrated on problems of revealing, characterizing, and utilizing specific properties of quantum systems on the level of their individual constituents for developing a new generation of devices and designing new materials. The idea behind this session is to bring together leading experts for the consideration the results of the most advanced studies in the field of quantum technologies as well as for the review recent achievements for the potential applications. This special session will cover the most important topics of quantum technologies that include quantum information processing, quantum sensing, and quantum material design.


Plenary Speakers


Kaustav Banerjee

UC Santa Barbara / USA

Overcoming fundamental bottlenecks in nanoelectronics with 2D materials

Luis Martin-Moreno

Universidad de Zaragoza / Spain

Polariton anomalous Hall effect in TMDs

Andrey Chuvilin

CIC nanoGUNE / Spain

Accessibility of chemical kinetics via direct atomic imaging in an electron microscope

Manish Chhowalla

University of Cambridge / UK

Van der Waals contacts and single atom catalysis on 2D materials

Jin Zhang

Peking University / China

Chirality controlled growth of horizontal carbon nanotubes array with designed catalysts

Alexey Kavokin

Westlake University / China

Qubits based on split-ring polariton condensates

Keynote Speakers


Hugen Yan

Fudan University / China

Infrared studies of few-layer black phosphorus

Leonardo Viti

Istituto Nanoscienze Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche / Italy

Terahertz optoelectronics with 2D materials

Victor Ryzhii

IUHFSE RAS, MIPT, Tohoku University / Russia - Japan

Graphene/Black Phosphorus-Arsenic Heterostructures and their terahertz and infrared device applications

Alexey Kuzmenko

Université de Genève / Switzerland

Terahertz and infrared spectroscopy of Landau levels in 2D Dirac materials

Pablo Alonso Gonzalez

University of Oviedo / Spain

Nanooptics in 2D materials

Georgy Shlyapnikov

Russian Quantum Center / Russia

Two-dimensional bosonic systems in disorder

Maria Asensio

Madrid Institute of Materials Science, Spanish Scientific Research Council / Spain

Imaging quantum electronic states in 2D materials using NanoARPES

Boris Gorshunov

MIPT / Russia

Terahertz response of water molecules in conditions of nanoconfinement

Denis Bandurin

Massachusetts Institute of Technology / USA

Electron hydrodynamics: introduction and status

Klaas-Jan Tielrooij

ICN2 - Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology / Spain

Ultrafast dynamics of charge and heat in 2D materials

Elena Polyakova

NUS Centre for Advanced 2D Materials / Singapore

Critical overview of performance of 2D materials and composites

Timur Shegai

Chalmers University of Technology / Sweden

Strong light-matter coupling using TMDC nanophotonics

Manfred Helm

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf / Germany

THz relaxation dynamics and nonlinear optics in graphene

Gregory Goltsman

Moscow State Pedagogical University / Russia

Superconducting terahertz hot-electron and normal metal bolometer

Aran Garcia-Lekue

Donostia International Physics Center / Spain

2D carbon-based nanoelectronics

Yanfeng Zhang

Peking University / China

Wafer scale syntheses and application explorations of transitional metal dichalcogenides

Andres Castellanos-Gomez

Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid / Spain

Straintronic devices based on 2D materials

Artem Mishchenko

University of Manchester / UK

Quantum Hall effect and topological surface states in Bernal and rhombohedral graphite films

Kaihui Liu

Peking University / China

Stacking-dependent interlayer couplings in 2D materials

Taiichi Otsuji

Tohoku University / Japan

Terahertz light amplification and lasing in current-driven graphene-channel transistor structures

Sergey Kubatkin

Chalmers University of Technology / Sweden

Towards quantum-limited coherent detection of terahertz waves in charge-neutral graphene

Angela Vasanelli

Université Paris-Diderot / France

Semiconductor quantum plasmonics

Chee Wei Wong

University of California, Los Angeles / USA

Ultrafast solitons and frequency combs in graphene-nitride heterostructures

Konstantinos Papagelis

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki & Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences / Greece

Probing the mechanical properties of two-dimensional materials by optical spectroscopy

Invited Speakers

regularly updated

Bernd Beschoten

RWTH Aachen University / Germany

Room temperature spin lifetimes reaching 100 ns in MoSe2

Victor Aristov

DESY and Institute of Solid State Physics RAS / Germany-Russia

Nanostructured graphene: growth mechanism, structure, properties, and potential applications

Ekaterina Khestanova

ITMO University / Russia

Control of polariton linewidth in a 2D semiconductor coupled to optical bound states in the continuum

Igor Ilyakov

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf / Germany

Detection and generation of THz pulses with the use of lithium niobate sandwich-structure and other birefringent materials

Aleksey Kozikov

University of Manchester / UK

Interlayer exciton manipulation in van der Waals heterostructures

Javier Martín-Sánchez

University of Oviedo / Spain

Strain tuning of quantum light in 2D materials

Ke Chen

Henan University & Peking University / China

Conformal growth of multiscale graphene microstructures

Vaidotas Miseikis

Italian Institute of Technology / Italy

Crystals on demand: seeded growth of graphene for high-performance optoelectronics

Gregory Goltsman

Moscow State Pedagogical University / Russia

Single-photon photodetectors

Igor Minin

Tomsk Polytechnic University / Russia

Fano-induced subdiffraction near-field focusing in masked 2D diffraction grating

Alex Fedorov

Russian Quantum Center / Russia

Quantum technologies in Russia: from fundamental physics to applications

Evgeniy Kiktenko

Russian Quantum Center / Russia

Towards improving tomography efficiency of noisy intermediate-scale quantum devices

Sergey Kubatkin

Chalmers University of Technology / Sweden

Polymer-encapsulated molecular doped epigraphene for quantum resistance metrology

Joseph Sulpizio

Weizmann Institute of Science / Israel

Imaging electron flow in nanostructures, from the ballistic to the hydrodynamic regime

Felipe Perez-Rodriguez

Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla / Mexico

Nonlocal optical effects in hyperbolic metamaterials with 2D superconductors

Ilya Semerikov

Lebedev Physical Institute RAS / Russia

Quantum computing and clocks with trapped ions

Pablo Ares

University of Manchester / UK

Ultrahigh pressure local tuning of graphene electronic properties

Nicolas Stenger

Technical University of Denmark / Denmark

Strong light-matter interactions in tungsten disulfide coupled to single-crystalline gold nanodisks

Elena Mishina

MIREA - Russian Technological University / Russia

2D-semiconductor based electronic devices

Yahya Moubarak Meziani

Salamanca University / Spain

Terahertz detection using graphene based asymmetric dual grating gates FET

Pavel Sorokin


Diamondization on 2D level. Can graphene be used in fabrication of ultrathin diamond film?

Davit Ghazaryan

National Research University Higher School of Economics / Russia

Planar and van der Waals heterostructures for vertical tunnelling single electron transistors

Rustam Khabibullin


Limiting factors to the performance and operation frequency range of terahertz quantum cascade laser based on GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructures

Ilya Besedin

Russian Quantum Center / Russia

Quantum computing with superconducting circuits

Dumitru Dumcenco

University of Geneva / Switzerland

Recent advances in growth of Van der Waals magnetic materials

Alexander Chernov

MIPT and Russian Quantum Center / Russia

Optical and magnetic properties of graphene nanoribbons with embedded Co atoms

Jan Vavra

Neaspec GmbH / Germany

Real space mapping of polaritons in 2D materials

Tobias Stauber

Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid / Spain

Kohn-Luttinger superconductivity and chirality in twisted bilayer graphene

Samuel Magorrian

University of Manchester / UK

Interband and intersubband transitions in monolayer and few-layer InSe

Reyes Calvo

CIC nanoGUNE / Spain

Spin to charge interconversion in graphene-TMD heterostructures

Sergey Novikov

MIPT / Russia

Nanostructured graphene by silver nanoparticles for SERS applications

Di Wei

Beijing Graphene Institute / China

Introduction of Beijing Graphene Institute

Stefano Azzini

University of Trento / Italy

2D materials-surface plasmons heterostructures: chiral emitters in chiral optical near fields at room temperature

Andrey Markeev

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology / Russia

Synthesis of large area two-dimensional MoS2 films by sulfurization of atomic layer deposited MoO3 thin film

Dmitry Ponomarev


Optical light confinement in terahertz antennas

Vladimir Kuznetsov

Boreskov Institute of Catalysis / Russia

Graphene blocks in real multiwalled carbon nanotubes

Jose Caridad

Technical University of Denmark / Denmark

A graphene-edge ferroelectric molecular switch

Valentin Kachorovskii

Ioffe Institute / Russia

Critical phenomena in clean and disordered membranes: application to graphene

Alexey Rubtsov

Lomonosov Moscow State University & Russian Quantum Center / Russia

Collective fluctuations in correlated 2D materials: key to understanding of high-Tc superconductivity in cuprates

Oleg Minin

Tomsk Polytechnic University / Russia

All-optical ultrafast THz modulator based on nanostructured wavelength scaled cubic particle with graphene monolayer

John Parthenios


CVD production of transition metal dichalcogenides and their heterostructures

Victor Koroteev

CIC nanoGUNE / Spain

Chemical vapor deposition of anisotropic single layers

Michele De Regis

Istituto Nazionale di Ottica-CNR / Italy

Terahertz frequency metrology

Zhenhai Wang

Skoltech / Russia

Prediction of 2D materials beyond graphene in USPEX

Vladimir Stegailov

Joint Institute for High Temperatures RAS / Russia

Atomistic simulation studies of thermal stability of graphite and nucleation of carbon nanostructures

Alexander Sobolev

Kotelnikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics / Russia

A distributed terahertz metasurface with cold-electron bolometers for cosmology missions

Georgy Fedorov

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology / Russia

Tunable graphene based plasmonic interferometer as a terahertz radiation detector

Bin Yu

Zhejiang University / China

Nano-devices enabled by 2D materials and heterostructures

Denis Fateev

Kotelnikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics / Russia

Conversion of electromagnetic wave into propagating plasmon in a periodic graphene structure

Tetiana Slipchenko

CSIC-Universidad de Zaragoza / Spain

Excitation of plasmon-polaritons in magnetized charge-neutral graphene

Moshe Ben Shalom

Tel Aviv University / Israel

Momentum, supercurrent, and heat flow in ballistic graphene

Gennady Panin

Inst. of Microelectronics Technology RAS and NITA, Dongguk University / Russia - South Korea

2D photoresistive memory

Federica Bianco

Istituto Nanoscienze-CNR and Scuola Normale Superiore / Italy

Terahertz detection by 2D materials: millimeter scales to nano

Stanislav Straupe

Lomonosov Moscow State University / Russia

Reconfigurable laser-written integrated photonic circuits for linear optical quantum computing

Kirill Kuznetsov

Lomonosov Moscow State University / Russia

Generation of terahertz radiation in antennas based on epitaxial films of semiconductors and topological insulators

Important Dates

20 August
Paper Submission Deadline
(extended deadline)
25 August
Paper Acceptance Results
25 August
Revised Paper Submission Deadline
30 September - 04 October
2D MATERIALS 2019 Congress Days


Proceedings publication

The Conference Proceedings will be published in the AIP Conference Proceedings and indexed in Scopus and Web of Science. Authors must prepare their papers using our Microsoft Word or LaTeX2e templates. Detailed author guidelines for conference proceedings.

Proceedings templates: Microsoft Word templates and LaTeX class file

The conference organizers expect the following materials from you:
A final PDF file of your paper with fonts embedded.
A signed License to Publish Agreement.

Note that for Invited, Keynote and Plenary speakers short abstracts (200 - 300 words) are acceptable.

A special issue of Applied Sciences: "Optics of 2D Materials: Fundamentals and Applications", Guest Editors Prof. Valentyn Volkov, Dr. Alexey Nikitin and Dr. Yury Stebunov (Impact Factor: 2.217 (2018), Q1).

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General Co-Chairs

Valentyn Volkov

Organizing Committee Chair

Victor Ryzhii

Program Committee Co-Chair

Alexey Nikitin

Program Committee Co-Chair


Aleksey Arsenin
MIPT (Russia)
Vitaly Bagan
MIPT (Russia)
Boris Gorshunov
MIPT (Russia)
Rustam Khabibullin
Igor Minin
Tomsk Politechnical University (Russia)
Sergey Morozov
IMT & HPM RAS (Russia)
Dmitry Ponomarev
Maxim Ryzhii
University of Aizu (Japan)
Pavel Sorokin
Yury Stebunov
University of Manchester (UK)
Dmitry Svintsov
MIPT (Russia)
Artem Voronov
MIPT (Russia)
Elena Zhukova
MIPT (Russia)


Denis Bandurin
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
Joshua Caldwell
Vanderbilt University (USA)
Alex Fedorov
Russian Quantum Center (Russia)
Alexander Golubov
University of Twente (The Netherlands)
Pablo Alonso González
University of Oviedo (Spain)
Sergey Nikitov
Kotelnikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics (Russia)
Elena Polyakova
NUS Centre for Advanced 2D Materials (Singapore)
Taiichi Otsuji
Tohoku University (Japan)
Timur Shegai
Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
Michael Shur
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA)


Travel Info

The conference venue is Sirius Art & Science Park Sochi, which the one of the best Congress and Exhibition centers in Russia.

The congress center is located at Olympic avenue 1, Sochi, 354340.



If you need a visa to enter the Russian Federation (see Visa policy of Russia), please apply at the nearest Russian Consulate in your country.

If you need a letter of invitation in order to get a visa please fill in the offered Visa application form.

The fulfilled Visa application form and a double-spread copy of the passport main page (with the photo) should be sent by e-mail to 2dmaterials-congress@phystech.edu. We will send you the invitation letter by mail. In case one applies for the visa not in one’s native country, a copy of the residence permit should be attached. Please note, that your passport must be valid for 6 months before the date of visa expiration.

E-mail address: 2dmaterials-congress@phystech.edu

We recommend you starting the visa formalities as soon as possible.



2D MATERIALS 2019 participants are welcome to stay at Omega Sochi Hotel (Omega Sirius Park) 3* which is 5 minutes walking from the Conference Venue. There are 3 room types to be offered - Standard, Junior Suite and Suite. Breakfast is included. Hotel has sport facilities, 24-hours bar and restaurant. Note that according to Federal Law No. 214-FZ (Russian Federation) hotel guests should pay resort fee taxes which are 10 rubles (approx. 0.15 EUR) per night. Address: Olympic Ave, 3, Adler, Bolshoy Sochi, Krasnodarskiy kray, 354340

We have made a number of reservations in the hotel Omega Sochi (starting 30th September 2019).

Standard Single Room - 4065 rubles or $62 per night (with breakfast), Double - 4900 rubles or $74 per night (with breakfast)
Junior Suite Single Room - 5180 rubles or $79 per night (with breakfast), Double - 6015 rubles or $91 per night (with breakfast)
Suite Single Room - 7410 or $112 per night (with breakfast), Double - 8250 or $125 per night (with breakfast)

To reserve your room, please e-mail to 2dmaterials-congress@phystech.edu with the subject line: Omega Sochi.


Sponsors, Partners & Exhibitors

Platinum Sponsor

  • BGI



Beijing Graphene Institute (BGI) was established on 25th Oct. 2016 and supported by the tripartite framework from Beijing municipal government, Peking University and cluster of innovative industry partners. We’re focusing our efforts on game-changing technology solutions for the future graphene industry. Based on the decade work on graphene at Peking University, BGI breaks through a number of key technologies and killer applications in the graphene industry with significant influence. BGI is committed to delivering core technologies for graphene industry, creating an international graphene R&D center based on open innovation, facilitating and leading the development of graphene industry.

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Gold Sponsor

  • neaspec GmbH

neaspec GmbH


Neaspec is dedicated to delivering innovative solutions for nanoscale optical imaging & spectroscopy for researchers in industry and academic institutions. Neaspec's neaSNOM the ultimate nanoanalytic microscopy platform for materials research and photonics enables optical analysis of complex material systems at visible, infrared and terahertz frequencies at a spatial resolution of 10 nm.

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Silver Sponsor

  • imc-systems.ru

IMC Industrial Monitoring and Control


The company presents on the Russian market the scientific equipment of the following companies: Abberior Instruments, Nanosurf, NEASPEC, Lumicks, Instron, Accurion, Micro Materials and other.

  • Accurion

Other Sponsors

  • zanauku.mipt.ru



"Za nauku" is a Russian quarterly magazine and Web portal carrying popular science content, which refers to articles for the general reader on science and technology subjects.

Become a sponsor or exhibitor at 2D MATERIALS, one of the largest Academic & Industry gathering in Graphene, 2D Materials and Van der Waals heterostructures.

Download 2D MATERIALS CONGRESS 2019 Sponsorship Proposal

Contact us if you have any questions about sponsorship or exhibition options: 2dmaterials-congress@phystech.edu

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The congress center is located at Olympic avenue 1, Sochi, 354340


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