ThZ Microscopy for 2D Materials, Nano-structures and Devices

Date :
10 January 2020
Time :
All Day
Location :
National Physical Laboratory
Event Type :

The Henry Royce Institute invites you to participate in a focused meeting on the topic of ‘Terahertz (THz) microscopy for the investigation of two-dimensional materials, nano-structures and related devices,’ at the National Physical Laboratory.

This meeting will bring together leading UK researchers in THz science with leading material scientists in the fields of 2D materials and Van der Waals material structures.

The aim of the meeting is to explore collaboration opportunities between UK research institutes regarding the application of THz microscopy to light-matter interactions and physical phenomenon in 2D materials. The meeting will firstly focus on presenting current research on the application of THz spectroscopy and microscopy for optoelectronic investigation of 2D materials (including graphene, hyperbolic materials, TMDCs and topological insulators). This will be followed by a discussion of collaborative opportunities within the UK research community and the future steps to be taken.

Travel and Accommodation

Travel expenses and hotels will be covered by the Royce.


To register your interest for this event and to book travel and accommodation please contact jonathon.rodd@manchester.ac.uk

Please note that travel/hotel arrangements must be booked> through the Royce to receive reimbursement, so please contact Jon Rodd directly with your preferred travel arrangements.

National Physical Laboratory

NPL is the UK’s National Measurement Institute, developing and maintaining the national primary measurement standards. It is a Public Corporation owned by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). It has a partnering agreement with BEIS and the University of Strathclyde and the University of Surrey. NPL is part of the National Measurement System (NMS) which provides the UK with a national measurement infrastructure and delivers the UK Measurement Strategy on behalf of BEIS.