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Unraveling the Secrets of Graphene by Multiscale Simulations

Graphene is one of the most exciting nano-materials at the moment from the perspective of applications based on graphene. On one hand, graphene has been predicted to be the ultimate material for the next generation of nano-electronics. On the other hand, graphene is the first truly two-dimensional material and the electrons behave as relativistic particles, even without being accelerated to the speed of light. These properties were theoretically predicted more than 60 years ago, but it has been difficult to synthesize single graphene sheets until recently.

This presentation illustrates how modern simulation methods can be used to understand the influence of defects on the properties of graphene.

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