CEMS Topical Meeting on Emergent 2D Materials 2017

CEMS Topical Meeting on
Emergent 2D Materials

July 20-21, 2017
Okochi Hall, RIKEN


During the past decade, a tremendous progress has been made on atomically thin and highly crystalline materials such as transition metal dichalcogenides (TMD), topological insulators, and Fe-based superconductors. Such a new class of 2D systems have offered large playgrounds of rich unprecedented physics and triggered the development of novel experimental and theoretical approaches.

In 2015, the first Topical Meeting on “Emergent 2D Materials” was held to provide a forum for researchers from different fields of 2D materials systems. "Emergent 2D Materials 2017" aims to share the rapid development of this field since the previous meeting and to discuss the future direction of the emergent 2D materials.

The meeting covers a broad-range of topics including topological phenomena, superconductivity, mesoscopic transport, thermoelectric properties, optical properties, and device fabrications of 2D materials.

Organized by

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS)