The Mechanism of Low-Dimensional Carbon Materials Synthesis

The Mechanism of Low-Dimensional Carbon Materials Synthesis


  • Feng Ding, Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials, Institute for Basic Science, Ulsan, Republic of Korea
August 18, 2017 - 10:00am to 11:00am


The speaker will present a theoretical study on the growth mechanism of low-dimensional nanomaterials, the understanding of various experimental puzzles based on heoretical results, and the realization of the controllable experimental synthesis. The talk will cover

(1) the theory of nucleation and growth of carbon nanotubes and the strategies towards the chirality control during growth,

(2) the theory on the mechanism of graphene CVD growth and the strategies toward the quick synthesis of wafer sized graphene and its controllable growth, and

(3) the kinetics of 2D materials growth and etching and the experimental control of their morphology.

These studies clearly showed that, beyond the calculation of various materials properties, theoretical exploration also can play a vital role in experimental design and material synthesis.

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About the Speaker:

Prof. Ding’s research group’s research interests mainly focus on the computational method development, theoretical exploration of various carbon materials and 2D materials, especially on their formation mechanism, the kinetics of their nucleation, growth, and etching.

Sponsoring Organization 

Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences Seminar


  • SNS Central Laboratory and Office Building
  • Building: 8600
  • Room: C-156

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