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2013 Guadalupe Workshop Presentations

Synthesis of semiconducting single-wall carbon nanotubes by selective etching
Hui-Ming Cheng, Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences 
Avetik R. Harutyunyan, Honda Research Institute
Insights in the synthesis of carbon nanotubes from computer simulation
Christophe Bichara, Centre Interdisciplinaire de Nanoscience de Marseille, CINaM-CNRS and Aix-Marseille Universite
Nucleation and growth of catalyst particles and carbon nanotubes on substrates and in the gas-phase  
Suguru NODA, Wasada University, Japan
Mechanical and chemical coupling in carbon nanotube population growth
John Hart, University of Michigan
Chirality-Controlled Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes using Vapour-Phase Epitaxy
Chongwu Zhou, University of Southern California
Selective Synthesis of (9,8) Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Yuan Chen, Nanyang Technological University
Investigation of Alumina Effect on Growing Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes
Yoshshikazu Homma and Hiroki Kato, Tokyo University of Science
Alan Windle, University of Cambridge  
Mauricio Terrones, The Pennsylvania State University, Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan
Eric Stach, Brookhaven National Laboratory  
Stephan Hofmann, University of Cambridge
Esko I. Kauppinen,  Aalto University School of Science
Erik Neyts, Universiteit Antwerpen
Stephan Irle, Nagoya University, Kyoto University, Emory University 
Robert Hauge, Rice University  
Kenji Hata, Nanotube Research Center, AIST, Japan  
Growth of carbon nanotube arrays for membrane applications: Lessons and challenges 
Aleksandr Noy, University of California Merced, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory  
David B. Geohegan, Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences
John Robertson, Cambridge University, UK
Shiego Maruyama, The University of Tokyo
Paul Finnie, National Research Council Canada, University of Otttawa
Perla B. Balbuena, Texas A&M University
Phaedon Avouris, IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center

Graphene-based and graphene-derived materials and a perspective on new carbon materials
Rod Ruoff, The University of Texas at Austin