Graphene is a two-dimensional hexagonal allotrope of carbon. Since its isolation in 2004, this seemingly simple material has revealed a number of intriguing physical properties. Immediately, this series of discoveries ignited an ever-growing interest among researchers coming from various disciplines of basic and applied science.
This workshop is the first attempt to bring together computational scientists working on various aspects of graphene physics and chemistry. The workshop aims at a complete coverage of computational methods applied to study graphene and of its properties under investigation. In particular, the following topics will be addressed:
(i) Electronic structure and transport properties of graphene