2D Materials Conference

meet the leading experts

Munich | June 3 - 8, 2024

Join us at the conference on 2D Materials to explore the limitless possibilities and transformative potential of these atomically thin marvels.
Be part of discussions that shape the future of physics & materials science and accelerate innovation across a wide range of applications:

  • Twistronics and moiré superlattices
  • Polaritons in 2D materials
  • 2D magnets
  • Optical spectroscopy of 2D materials
  • Plasmonics
  • Spintronics and multiferroics
  • Topological 2D materials

We look forward to welcoming you in Munich &
to sharing latest research results with you and the community!

Sign up and confirm your attendance now!


Conference Program

Download the detailed conference program and get an overview of all talks, topics, and sessions. 

 

Conference Program


Speakers

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Yohannes Abate

University of Georgia
USA

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Igor Aharonovich

University of Technology Sydney
Australia

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Marin Alexe

University of Warwick
UK

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Mazhar Ali

TU Delft
Netherlands

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Pablo Alonso-González

University of Oviedo
Spain

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Mete Atatüre

University of Cambridge
UK

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Dmitri Basov

Columbia University
USA

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Ania Bleszynski Jayich

University of California at Santa Barbara
USA

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Jessica Boland

University of Manchester
UK

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Cristian Bonato

Heriot-Watt University
UK

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Josep Canet-Ferrer

University of Valencia
Spain

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Yong Chen

Purdue University,USA
University of Aarhus, Denmark

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Zhihai Cheng

Renmin University of China
China

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Qing Dai

Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

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Siyuan Dai

Auburn University
USA

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Christian Degen

ETH Zurich
Switzerland

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Chunhui Du

Georgia Institute of Technology
USA

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Goki Eda

National University of Singapore
Singapore

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Dmitri Efetov

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Germany

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Zhe Fei

Iowa State University
USA

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Andrea Ferrari

University of Cambridge
UK

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Jonathan Finley

Technical University of Munich
Germany

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Brian Gerardot

Heriot-Watt University
UK

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Harald Giessen

University of Stuttgart
Germany

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Angela R. Hight Walker

NIST, Gaithersburg
USA

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Rainer Hillenbrand

nanoGUNE
Spain

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Sven Höfling

Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg 
Germany

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Alexander Högele

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Germany

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Alexander Holleitner

Technical University of Munich
Germany

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Markus Huber

University of Regensburg
Germany

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Shahal Ilani

Weizmann Institute of Science
Israel

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Atac Imamoglu

ETH Zurich
Switzerland

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Vincent Jacques

University of Montpellier & CNRS
France

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Minoru Kawamura

RIKEN
Japan

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Frank Koppens

ICFO Barcelona
Spain

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Alexey Kuzmenko

University of Geneva
Switzerland

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Efrat Lifshitz

Technion
Israel

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Mengkun Liu

Stony Brook University
USA

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Yuerui Lu

Australian National University
Australia

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Kin Fai Mak

Cornell University
USA

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Patrick Maletinsky

University of Basel
Switzerland

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Artem Mishchenko

University of Manchester
UK

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Qingdong Ou

University of Macao
China

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Hongkun Park

Harvard University
USA

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Stuart Parkin

Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics
Germany

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Abhay Pasupathy

Columbia University
Brookhaven National Laboratory
USA

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Martino Poggio

University of Basel
Switzerland

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Cheng-Wei Qiu

National University of Singapore
Singapore

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Ramamoorthy Ramesh

Rice University
USA

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Markus Raschke

University of Colorado Boulder
USA

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Christian Schneider

Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
Germany

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Jan Seidel

University of New South Wales
Australia

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Jie Shan

Cornell University
USA

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Jian Shen

Fudan University
China

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Zdenek Sofer

University of Chemistry and Technology Prague
Czechia

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Ajit Srivastava

Emory University, USA
University of Geneva, Switzerland

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Thomas Taubner

RWTH Aachen University
Germany

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Bernhard Urbaszek

Technical University of Darmstadt
Germany

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Jana Vejpravova

Charles University
Czechia

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Miriam Vitiello

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Italy

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Feng Wang

University of California at Berkeley
USA

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Thomas Weitz

Georg August University of Göttingen
Germany

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William Wilson

Harvard University
USA

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Xiaodong Xu

University of Washington
USA

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Amir Yacoby

Harvard University
USA

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Norman Yao

Harvard University
USA

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Kenji Yasuda

Cornell University
USA

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Yu Ye

Peking University
China

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Ziliang Ye

University of British Columbia
Canada

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Eli Zeldov

Weizmann Institute of Science
Israel

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Vladimir Zenin

University of Southern Denmark
Denmark


Conference Info

Venue: Theater Haar

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The conference will take place in the Theater Haar (20 minutes by metro from the Munich city center) with more than 200 participants and over 70 scientific talks.

Travel Information

NanoFactory

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The NanoFactory - the headquarters of attocube will host the poster session during the conference. We also invite you to take part in the company tour.

  • Poster Session
  • Company Tour

Hotel Recommendations

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Please make sure to book your hotel well in advance. Below you can find some hotel recommendations either close to the NanoFactory or in the city center. 

Close to the NanoFactory

Munich City Center:

Social Program

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We will offer a joint visit to one of the most popular and impressive palaces and castles all over Europe: Schloß Neuschwanstein - the fairytale like castle build by King Ludwig II. After the visit we will enjoy lunch in a typical Bavarian restaurant.

Social Event - Program

 

Conference Fee

The conference fee of 200 € includes conference material, lunches, conference dinner & coffee breaks.

Presenters of oral talks receive a 100 % discount.

*Any cancellations prior to March 1, 2024 are free of charge.