Yokohama National University & Oulu University
Consortium on 2D Materials Research

Mini Symposium on 2D Materials

28 – 29 March 2022

Hannes Raebiger (hannes [AT]
Hannu-Pekka Komsa ( Hannu-Pekka.Komsa (at)
This consortium was founded in March 2021 to facilitate research collaboration on 2D materials. Our collaboration includes joint symposia and workshops, mutual visitations, and student exchange. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, this first joint symposium will be held on-line.
Participation to this symposium is free of charge, and anyone is welcome. To attend (for Zoom links), please contact Hannes Raebiger or Hannu-Pekka Komsa (email addresses above).
The symposium is composed of 20–30min talks given by students and researchers from participating groups. Talks are held between 16:00–19:00 (JST) or 10:00–13:00 (EET) with ample time for discussion between talks.
JST EET Speaker
March 28
16:00 10:00 Opening
16:05 10:05Ikufumi Katayama (YNU)
Ultrafast spectroscopy of Dirac electrons and transition metal dichalcogenides
16:35 10:35 Mohammad Bagheri (OY)
High-throughput computation of Raman spectra from first principles
16:55 10:55Break — Free discussion
17:05 11:05 Hannu-Pekka Komsa (OY)
Native vacancy defects in MXenes at etching conditions
17:35 11:35 Soungmin Bae (YNU)
Theory of ultrafast exciton trapping in transition metal dichalcogenides
18:05 12:05Free discussion
March 29
16:00 10:00Hannes Raebiger (YNU)
Structural deformation in MXenes & MXene electrides
16:30 10:30Seyed Hosseini Shokouh (OY)
Highly selective MXene/composite-based gas sensor: intriguing role of surface functional groups
17:00 11:00Break — Free discussion
17:10 11:10Satoshi Kusaba (YNU)
Nonlinear spectroscopy of dark excitons in monolayer transition metal dichalcogenides
17:40 11:40Topias Järvinen (OY)
TMD-materials in sensor applications
18:10 12:10 Free discussion — Closing
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