About the Conference

Importance of Graphene:  It’s a two-dimensional honeycomb collection of carbon atoms that is a revolutionizing technology. Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov done research in Graphene and won Nobel Prize in Physics in the year 2010.

Here are some reasons why graphene is important.

Graphene is a two-dimensional material: Every substance that come across is three-dimensional. It’s just beginning to understand how the properties of a material are changed when it is made into a two-dimensional arrangement. The uniqueness of graphene is very different from those of graphite, which is the equivalent three-dimensional collection of carbon. Studying Graphene helps to forecast how other materials might perform in two-dimensional form.

Graphene has the best electrical conductivity of any material: Electrical energy flows very rapidly through the simple honeycomb sheet. Most conductors come upon are metals, yet graphene is based on carbon, a nonmetal that allows to develop electricity to flow under the conditions where it might not want a metal.

Graphene can be used to make very small devices: Graphene conducts electrical energy in so small space that it may be used to build up miniaturized super fast computers and transistors. These devices need a very small amount of power to support them. It is flexible, strong and transparent, too.

Graphene applications in biomedical:

Graphene oxide has an outstanding uniqueness as a nanomaterial for drug delivery. It expands for anticancer drugs to an additional non-cancer healing diseases treatment. Using the fluorescence super-quenching ability of graphene to develop original fluorescence quality energy transport biosensors. Cancer therapy made on investigation of graphene in drug delivery in vitro test. For clinical cancer and other disease healing, vivo behaviour of graphene loaded with drugs.

Drug delivery

Gene delivery



Graphene oxide based anti-bacterial material

Cancer theraphy

Research into relativistic quantum procedures:

Graphene can be used to investigate the predictions of quantum electrodynamics. This is a new area of investigation, since it hasn't been easy to find an object that displays Dirac particles. The best part is graphene isn't some exotic material. It's something anyone can make!

Importance of Semiconductor:  Semiconductors are normally certain elements (such as silicon) and chemical compounds (such as lead sulfide) that allows, but still oppose the flow of electricity.

Semiconductor lasers or laser diodes play a significant role in our everyday lives by providing inexpensive and compact-size lasers. They consist of complex multi-layer structures requiring nanometer scale accuracy and a detailed design. Their theoretical explanation is important not only from a fundamental point of view, but also inorder to generate new and improved designs. It is common to all systems that the laser is a reversed carrier density system. The carrier inversion results in an electromagnetic polarization which drives an electric field. Rational Chemical Synthesis on Nanoscale and Nanostructure materials; Nano-Electronics and Microsystems; Optoelectronics; Featured Technologies in Lasers, Optics and Photonics; Applied Physics.

Why in Dubai?

The United Arab Emirates is a country situated in the southeast end of the Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf, neighboring Oman to the east and Saudi Arabia to the south, as well as distributing sea boundaries with Iran, Qatar and Pakistan. Recognized on 2 December 1971, UAE is a coalition of seven emirates. The essential emirates are Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Sharjah, Ras Al-Khaimah and Umm Al-Quwain. The capital is Abu Dhabi, which is one of the two centers of business and enlightening actions, jointly with Dubai. Islam is the official religion of the UAE and Arabic is the official language. Dubai is a cosmopolitan city of diversity and contrasts at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Dubai has emerged as one of the world’s leading international business centers and regional hubs. With state-of-the-art infrastructure and world-class professional environment, Dubai has fast become the best place to do trading in the Middle East. Gratitude to city’s planned location, duty-free living and strong monetary outlook. It is the perfect base for multinationals and other companies targeting markets in Central Asia, the Middle East, the Asian Subcontinent, Africa, and the Eastern Mediterranean.

Here are the ten reasons to choose Dubai:

Global Aviation Hub: Dubai International Airport is ranked second in the world for international passenger traffic with over 7,000 weekly flights. The airport is operated by 125 airlines that bond to over 260 destinations across the globe. Dubai’s new airport, Al Maktoum International Airport in Jebel Ali, will have the ability to handle 160 million passengers when it’s fully equipped. Presently, phase one has been finished.

Emirates Airlines is Dubai’s flag carrier with flights to and from over 140 destinations worldwide and fly Dubai has also become the world’s fastest start-up airline since its launch in 2008, flying to more than 65 destinations across the GCC, Asia, Africa, India and parts of Europe.

World-Class Infrastructure: Who ever expected a small Arab village would become an inspiration it is today? Dubai boasts well-maintained roads and admirable public transportation and connectivity, as well as the state-of-the-art Dubai Metro — just some of the services you can expect here.

Venues for Meetings and Conventions: We have a broad option of flexible trading event facilities, conference rooms for 10 people to reunion halls for thousands. Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC) has 90,000+ square meters of trade fair and meeting space and is only a 10 minutes drive or a Metro Red line ride from the airport. Additionally, arrays of hotels in Dubai offer high superiority and large meeting space.

Hotels: Select from one of our first-class, standard or budget hotels, all of which have outstanding conference and meeting facilities. There are presently more than 625 hotels with more than 85,000 hotel rooms. Existing estimates show that the end of 2016 expects 20,000 to 30,000 more rooms.

Business Growth Opportunities: Gratitude to our ideal location, outstanding connectivity and extensive services to help you with all aspects of your business. Dubai has become a centre to business and commerce for the Middle East. Our management is pro-business with the most comprehensible business rules in the region and provides tax-free zones, first-class physical infrastructure and access to a knowledgeable and skilled labor force. With the newly recognized Dubai Association Centre, the Emirate now has a platform that lets you easily set up an international association here, whether it’s a headquarters or a regional office.

Knowledge Hub: Dubai is a growing knowledge hub that includes an important number of universities and research centers dedicated to paving the way for technological and scientific advancements. Dubai Silicon Oasis offers state-of-the-art research, enlargement and industrial facilities, while Dubai Biotechnology and Research Park is the leading life sciences coming together in the Middle East. Additionally, Dubai Healthcare City is home to over 4,000 licensed professionals in two hospitals and over 120 outpatient medical centers and diagnostic laboratories occupying 4.1 million square feet in the heart of Dubai.

Safety: Dubai offers a crime-free and politically steady environment and it’s rated by Interpol as one of the safest cities in the world. Delegates also have right of entry to state-of-the-art health facilities and paramedics in hotels.

Adventures and Experiences: Lavish spa breaks, adrenaline-pumping desert safaris, splendid meals, peaceful dhow cruises, high-octane skydives and exciting water park rides — these are some of the distinctive experiences Dubai offers its guests. You will also find that our city is one of contrasts and our people a large mix of cultures. The meeting point of old and new provides a cultural experience deeply entrenched in Arabic tradition, set in a modern environment.

Restaurants and Entertainment: From Arabic to Asian, French to Mexican and a lot in between, Dubai offers foodstuff lovers an enticing array of delicious options to delight your flavor buds. The city is known for its lively nightlife and activity scene, a place where you can rest at fantastic beach clubs or observe one of the world’s most exciting horse races.

Experienced Industry Support: The Dubai Tender Association, chaired by Dubai Business Events, provides expert organizers and convention managers a unique offer package that includes incentives, specific discounts, pre-negotiated rates and coordinated terms and conditions from Dubai stakeholders.

Conference Highlights:

Graphene and 2D Materials based Nanocomposites.

Graphene Modification and functionalisation

Chemistry and Biology studies of Graphene

Synthesis of Graphene and 2D Materials

Graphene nano in energy and storage

Graphene Supercapacitors

Graphene and graphene oxide

Graphene like 2D materials

Graphene application technology

Emerging trends in the field of graphene nano

Applications of graphene in biomedical

Applications of graphene in energy

Carbon nanotubes and graphene

Graphene-based biosensors for biomedical application

Strain in graphene

Strong pseudo-magnetic fields

Graphane crystal

Hofstadter butterfly

Graphene honeycomb lattice

Hofstadter butterfly fractal

Graphene magnetic clouds

Dirac cones

Tunnelling transistor

Graphene quantum dot on a chip

Photovoltaic applications

Graphene contact lense

Hexagonal graphene lattice of carbon atoms

Graphene based  batteries

Graphene RFID antenna

Graphene coating

Graphene membranes

Graphene-based electronics

Graphene-based LEDs and OLEDs

Graphene-based super-capacitors

Graphene-based energy conversion

Graphene-based materials for IT and communication


Semiconductor Materials and Nanostructures

Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Semiconductors and Perovskites

Quantum optics and nanophotonics in semiconductor

Target Audiences:

Graphene and Material Science Engineers.

Nanotechnology professionals.

Directors and Co-Directors of research based companies who are investing in Graphene and Semiconductors.

Physics Junior and Senior Research Fellows.

Delegates from Materials Science, Semiconductor, Physics and Nanotechnology related industries.

Professors, Researchers from Material Science and Physics Department.

Chemical Engineering Research Professors.

Scientists and students from Chemical engineering and Physics.

Benefits of joining the Conference:

Citations International Conference on “Advanced Graphene Materials and Semiconductors” that is going to be well-versed conference dedicated to Graphene. It provides a high-class technical meeting for learning and submitting the latest innovations, Research and Development along with the discussions of new applications and technologies. It allows delegates to have issues addressed on Graphene by renowned global experts who are up to date with the latest developments in the field of Graphene and Semiconductors and provide information on latest techniques and technologies. This “International Advanced Graphene Materials and Semiconductors” will feature world renowned keynote speakers, plenary speeches, young research opportunity, advertisement presentations, technical workshops and career management sessions.

Meet Your Objective Business sector with individuals from all around the globe concentrated on finding out about Graphene and Semiconductor. This is the best chance to achieve the largest collection of members from everywhere throughout the World. Conduct shows, scattered data, meet with current, make a drop with another product offering and get name recognition at this event. Broadly highly praised speakers, the latest methods, strategies and the most up to date overhauls in Graphene and Semiconductor, are signs of this meeting.

Major Graphene and Semiconductor Associations around the Globe:

Semiconductor Industry Association.

Korea Semiconductor Industry Association (KSIA).

Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association.

Singapore Semiconductor Industry.

The Graphene Council.

Graphene Stakeholders Association.

Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association.

European Electronic Component Association.

Major Graphene and Semiconductor Associations around Dubai:

The International Association of Nanotechnology.

 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Market Analysis on Graphene:

Graphene is a single, tightly packed layer of carbon atoms in the form of a hexagonal honeycomb lattice and a combination of graphite and suffix –ene. It has a single layer of carbon, which is just an atom thick. Moreover, it exhibits significant electrical conductivity and heat resistance. It is extensively used in various applications, such as RFID, composites, sensors, research & development, power storage, functional ink and polymer additives. Although, high price of equipment and technical limitation for commercial productions are the major factors restricting the growth of the market. In addition, the health and environmental risks associated during production of 2D material graphene is high, as it is highly inflammable. Furthermore, increasing capital investment for strengthening research and development activities and focus on expanding production capacity would boost the graphene market growth during the prediction period. Graphene industrialized applications have observed larger demands. 

Graphene based research and applications are as follows:

Human progress and development has always been marked by breakthroughs in the control of materials. Since pre-historic times, through the stone, bronze, and iron ages, humans have exploited their environment for materials that can be either used directly or can be modified for their benefit, to make their life more comfortable, productive, or to give them military advantage. One age replaces another when the material that is the basis for its sustainability runs its course and is replaced by another material which presents more qualities. Multi-tasking, speed, versatility, and flexibility are at the heart of modern technology. In recent years a new class of materials that can fulfill these needs have emerged:two-dimensional (2D) crystals. Graphene is probably the most famous example, but there are numerousother examples with amazing electronic and structural properties.[1.] Our goal is to develop futuristic 2-dimensional nano-materials with enhanced physical, chemical, electrical and mechanical properties, which can be applied to overcome the current limits of industrial technologies in terms of mechanical strength/flexibility, chemical stability/reactivity, electronic/thermal conductivity, and processibility.


The global graphene market is divided based on product variety, purpose and geography.


Mono-layer & Bi-layer graphene. 

Few Layer Graphene.

Graphene Oxide.

Graphene Nano Platelets.



In Power.







Biomedical and life sciences. 




North America Market Function.

In Energy.


Biomedical and life sciences.








Europe Market Function.

In Energy.


Biomedical and life sciences.








Asia-Pacific Market Function.

In Energy.



Biomedical and life sciences.







LAMEA Market Function.

In Energy.



Biomedical and life sciences. 







Source: https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/graphene-1421-market

Graphene: Technologies, Applications and Markets


BCC Research estimates the global graphene-based products market to be worth $1.5 million in 2015. The market should continue to grow from $310.4 million in 2020 to $2.1 billion by 2025, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 46.3%.

Capacitors dominate the graphene market and are expected to grow from $50.0 million in 2020 to $625 million by 2025, a CAGR of 65.7% through 2025.

Structural materials as a segment should reach $68.4 million by 2020 and $340 million by 2025, registering a CAGR of   37.8% for the period of 2020-2025.

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                                                               GLOBAL MARKET TRENDS FOR GRAPHENE-BASED PRODUCTS, 2014-2025

                                                                                             ($ MILLIONS)


This report is an updated version of an earlier BCC Research report published in 2013. Since that time, the graphene field has continued to develop rapidly, and BCC Research believes that an update that covers the most recent advances in graphene technologies and applications will be useful to readers.

Graphene offers seemingly endless possibilities. However, intuition alone tells us that not all of these possibilities are likely to become reality. The goal of this report is to survey emerging graphene technologies and applications, identify those that are most likely to achieve significant commercial sales in the next five years to ten years and develop quantitative estimates of potential sales.

The report’s specific objectives support this broad goal. These objectives include identifying the graphene technologies and applications with the greatest commercial potential in the time frame of 2015 to 2025, identifying market drivers and evaluating obstacles to their successful commercialization, and projecting future sales.


This report is intended especially for marketing executives, entrepreneurs, investors, venture capitalists and other readers with a need to know where the emerging graphene market is headed over the next five to 10 years. Although the report is organized around specific technologies, it is largely nontechnical in nature and coverage. That is, it is concerned less with theory and jargon than with what works, how much of what works the market is likely to purchase and at what price.

The report has not been written specifically for scientists and technologists. However, the report’s findings concern the market for their work, including the availability of government and corporate research funding for different technologies and applications, should interest this audience as well.


The report addresses emerging global markets for graphene, including the applications listed below:

Computing/data processing.

Data storage.


Thermal management.


Solar cells.

Sensing and imaging.


Structural materials.

Source: http://www.bccresearch.com/market-research/advanced-materials/graphene-technologies-applications-markets-report-avm075d.html

Market Investigation on Semiconductor:

The 2016 global chip market will grow 0.3 percent compared with 2015 to get in touch with a value of $341.0 billion, but the European region will see its part of that market agreement by 1.6 percent, according to industry association SEMI. 

SEMI referenced another industry body, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), as source of its numbers and also offered a breakdown of 2015 semiconductor sales showing the significance of unusual categories of chips including DRAMs, MPUs, MCUs , Flash,  analog ICs, discrete, sensors and optoelectronics.

In forecasting 2016 as an increase year for the semiconductor industry SEMI and the SIA, are in deviation with Trend Force and Semi Co Research. Two market research firms that have 2016 slated as a negative growth year (see In calling the negative growth Semi Co is in contract on this with another market watcher, Trend Force (see Chip and Chip market set to minimize in 2016, says analyst ).

According to SEMI and SIA optoelectronics was the fastest rising segment in 2015, increasing 11.3 percent. Other product segments that posted improved sales in 2015 include actuators and sensors, NAND flash memory ($28.8 billion for a 2.2 percent increase) , which reached $8.8 billion in sales for a 3.7 percent annual increase and analog ($45.2 billion for a 1.9 percent increase).

The development leaders in 2016 estimate to be sensors at 3.6 percent, logic at 3.5 percent, micro-ICs at 3.6 percent and optoelectronics at 3.2 percent. The market laggards in 2016 forecasts to be memory (-7.9 percent) and discrete semiconductors (-2.7 percent).

Source: http://www.electronics-eetimes.com/news/semiconductor-market-breakdown-and-2016-forecasts-0