Professor Yury Gogotsi will be giving the closing plenary lecture for the IVS Student Conference at 8:00 AM (EST) on Thursday, July 15th, 2021. Click here to download the IVS
The final version of our review article on characterization of MXenes published in Progress in Materials Science journal is now available online. This article is part of a special issue dedicated to 70th anniversary of
This virtual certificate course will teach best practices for the synthesis (2-days), characterization (2-days), and electrochemical measurements (1-day) of MXenes. Experienced researchers, industry professionals, and students are all welcome to
Professor Yury Gogotsi’s talk will focus will on MXenes and how they complement the array of available 2D materials (graphene, BN, TMDs, etc.). The webinar will be on June 16, 2021,
Join Prof. Yury Gogotsi at the Stockholm University Energy, Materials, and Sustainability Mini Workshop on Monday, October 26th, from 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM (CET).
For more information, please visit the Stockholm University website!
Prof. Yury Gogotsi will speak at the NST Colloquium over the rise of MXenes. The event will be held online on October 14th, 2020 starting at 11 AM.
For more information, please visit the NST Colloquium website!
Join Prof. Yury Gogotsi at his presentation on the Rise of MXenes at the Boston University College of Engineering. The presentation will be held on Friday, October 9, 2020 from 3 PM – 4 PM EDT.
For more information, visit the Boston University webpage.
The 3rd International MXene Conferences is finally here! This conference will be held in Ningbo, China, from October 11 – October 14 2020.
The virtual conference will take place the week of August 3rd and feature top MXene researchers in the field and exciting poster sessions.
Prof. Yury Gogotsi: talk on MXenes, Prof. Paul Weiss: talk on nanotechnology for biology and medicine.
Talk available online.
This Gordon Research Conference will showcase advances and challenges in the development, modeling, characterization, and commercialization of nanoscale materials for energy conversion and storage. Understanding and controlling the nanoscale structure and properties of materials is increasingly important for enabling maximal performance in energy devices.