Graphene Conference Spain 2018

Welcome to Citations International

Theme: “Rising Innovations and Traction in Graphene”

Welcome Graphene, 2D Materials and Semiconductors Conference  ...!!!


CITATIONS INTERNATIONAL is proud to host research scholars and professional experts to participate in this event. It's our pleasant duty to bid you all a genial welcome to share your valuable innovations and suggestions to the next generations. Citations International brings together leading Academicians, scientists, researchers, engineers, practitioners, Corporate Scholars and Young Turks from Graphene,2DMaterials and Semi-conductors to exchange information on their latest research progress and innovation. The conference aims to bring together researchers, developers and users from around the world to share states-of-the-art results, to explore new areas of research and development, and to discuss emerging issues facing  Graphene ,2D materials and Semiconductors

 CITATIONS INTERNATIONAL welcomes you all you for its breathtaking scientific sessions

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Conferences Sessions/Tracks



Semi Conductors

Carbon nanotubes


Graphene properties



Quantum dot

Semiconductor laser


Functionalization of Graphene

Schottky diode

Graphene super capacitor

Fiber optics

Laser diode    

Quantum optics

Laser spectra

Transparent materials

Graphene Chemistry

Graphene synthesis

Graphene battery

Synthetic graphite

Quantum physics

Graphene Vs  graphite

Composite materials

Graphene applications


Photoelectric sensor

Semiconductor nanowires

Photo detectors

Photon absorption

Graphene oxide

Power system stabilizer

Fiber optic sensor


Why Valencia Spain?

Valencia is one among the oldest cities in Spain, supported within the Roman amount below the name "Valencia Edetanorum" (138 BC). Its historic centre is one among the most important in Spain, with just about 169 acres. It’s the capital of the autonomous community of Valencia and also the third largest metropolitan space of Spain with a population starting from one.7 to 2.5 million. The town is placed on the banks of the Turia, on the geographical region of the Iberian Peninsula, fronting the Gulf of Valencia on the Mediterranean. Valencia enjoyed sturdy economic process over the last decade, a lot of of it spurred by commercial enterprise and also the industry. Several native landmarks were fixed, together with the traditional Towers of the medieval town (Serrano Towers and Quart Towers), and also the San Miguel Delaware los poet cloister that currently holds a conservation library. Valencia is Spain’s third largest metropolitan space, with a population starting from one.7 to 2.5 million Valencia enjoyed sturdy economic process over the last decade, a lot of of it spurred by commercial enterprise and also the industry, with coincident development and enlargement of telecommunications and transport. The city’s economy is service-oriented, as nearly eighty four of the operating population is used in commission sector occupations. However, the town still maintains a vital industrial base, with 5.5% of the population used during this sector. In 2009, Valencia was the twenty ninth quickest rising European towns. Its influence in commerce, education, recreation, media, fashion, science and also the arts contributes to its standing together of the world’s “Gamma”- rank international cities. The Valencia metropolitan space had a value amounting to $52.7 billion, and $28,141 per capita.

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