MXene at the Frontier of the
2D Materials World

Beilstein Nanotechnology Symposium 2019

October 15–17, 2019

Favorite Parkhotel, Mainz, Germany


Scientific Program:

Yury Gogotsi / Drexel University, USA

Xinliang Feng / TU Dresden, Germany

Johanna Rosén / Linköping University, Sweden

Scientific Program



Tuesday, 15th Oct.


Welcome and Introduction
Martin G. Hicks, Wendy Patterson

Session chair: Tawfique Hasan

The Rise of MXenes
Yury Gogotsi

Graphene and MXene from electrochemical approaches: prospects for functional applications
Xinliang Feng

10.40 Coffee Break

Expanding the structural and elemental space of MAX phases and MXenes
Johanna Rosén

MXene-enabled electronic applications
Husam N. Alshareef

12.30 Lunch

Session chair: Mikhael D. Levi

Properties and applications of MXenes from first-principles perspective
Mohhamad Khazaei

Two-dimensional titaniium carbonitride, a novel member of the MXene family
Michael Naguib

15.20 Coffee Break

16.00 Poster Session

19.00 End of Poster Session

19.00 Dinner


Wednesday, 16th Oct.


Session Chair: Johanna Rosén

On MXene and clays: or what happens between the sheets
Michel W. Barsoum

Tailoring the surface chemistry of 2-dimensional MXenes
Per O.A. Persson

10.20 Coffee Break

When molecular sciences meets 2D materials: Orchestrating multiple functions
Paolo Samorì

Observing MXenes with soft X-ray light
Tristan Petit

12.10 Lunch

Session chair: Susan Sandeman

Triple hybridization of MXene/chevrel and carbon electrodes in saturated LiCl solution for fast energy storage: fundamental aspects of hybrid devices
Mihael Levi

2D Ti3C2Tx MXene materials for electrochemical energy storage
Hui Shao

15.20 Coffee Break

Water treatment and environmental remediation applications of two-dimensional metal carbides (MXenes): Opportunities and challenges
Khaled Mahmoud

Electrochemical water desalination with transition metal carbides and dichalcogenides
Volker Presser

17.10 End of session

19.00 Dinner


Thursday, 17th Oct.


Session Chair: Yury Gogotsi

2D crystals for inkjet-printed (opto)electronics and sensors: Towards manufacturability
Tawfique Hasan

MXene conductive links for energy storage and electronics
Chuanfang Zhang

10.20 Coffee Break

MXene chemistry for applications
Vadym Mochalin

Ti3C2Tx MXenes for biomedical applications
Susan Sandeman

12.10 Lunch

2D transition metal carbide (MXene) thin film for EMI shielding
Chong Min Koo

Scalable synthesis of Ti3C2Tx MXene and a reactor design for MXene synthesis
Veronika Zahrodna

15.00 Farewell and final remarks

15.20 End of program

19.00 Dinner


No. 1:
Influence of reducing environment on charge storage behavior of two-dimensional Mo1.33C MXene
Bilal Ahmed / Linköping University

No. 2:
In situ X-ray absorption spectroscopy electrochemical study of intercalated Ti3C2Tx MXene: towards high capacitance performance
Ameer Al-Temimy / Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin

No. 3:
Multifunctional polymer composites doped with MXenes nanoparticles for advanced applications
Andrey Aniskevich / University of Latvia

No. 4:
Wet chemical based synthesis and exfoliation of MAX phase Cr2GaC
Christina S. Birkel / Arizona State University

No. 5:
Multilayered 2D sheets of Ti2NTx MXene: anticancer, selective and stable after delamination
Magdalena Birowska / University of Warsaw

No. 6:
Implication of the interstratification process at stake in MXene on physical properties
Stéphane Célérier / University of Poitiers

No. 7:
Insights into the elastic properties of 3D RE-containing MAX phases and their potential exfoliation to 2D MXenes
Aurelie Champagne / University of Louvain

No. 8:
Chemiresistors based on Ti3C2 MXene
Sergii Chertopalov / Czech Academy of Sciences

No. 9:
Flexible MXene devices for plasmonic photodetection
Jehad K. El-Demellawi / KAUST

No. 10:
Large-scale synthesis of titanium-based MAX and MXenes
Oleksiy Gogotsi / Materials Research Centre, Kiev

No. 11:
pH-dependent distribution of functional groups on titanium-based MXene
Rina Ibragimova / Aalto University

No. 12:
Human-like collagen protein coated 2D multilayered Ti3C2 and Ti2C MXenes for improved biocompatibility
Agnieszka M. Jastrzębska / Warsaw University of Technology

No. 13:
Quality of MXene dispersion in various polymeric systems
Kateřina Kopecká / SYNPO, Pardubice

No. 14:
A MXene-based wearable biosensor system for high-performance in-vitro perspiration analysis
Yongjiu Lei / KAUST

No. 15:
Surface structure of MXene nanosheets investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy
Zhongpeng Lyu / Aalto University

No. 16:
Superfast high-energy storage hybrid device composed of MXene and Chevrel-phase electrodes operated in saturated LiCl electrolyte solution
Fyodor Malchik / Bar-Ilan University

No. 17:
Polymeric composites with 2D nanoparticles MXenes
Mária Omastová / Polymer Institute SAS, Bratislava

No. 18:
Study of MXene nanoparticles aging
Michal Procházka / Polymer Institute SAS, Bratislava

No. 19:
Silanization as an efficient way of protecting MXenes against oxidation Błażej Scheibe / Palacký University Olomouc

No. 20:
Mo4VC4: a two-dimensional MXene with five atomic layers of transition metals
Christopher E. Shuck / Drexel University

No. 21:
Stability of MXenes dispersions – oxidation and use for air purification
Nadia Todorova / NSCR Demokritos, Athens

No. 22:
Synthesis of a thermoresponsive hybrid MXene with switchable conductivity
Minh Hai Tran / TU Darmstadt

No. 23:
MXene-derived ferroelectric crystals
Shaobo Tu / KAUST

No. 24:
Two-dimensional titanium carbide (MXene) in accommodating lens design
Emma Ward / University of Brighton

No. 25:
3D printing of freestanding MXene architectures for current collector-free supercapacitors
Wenji Yang / University of Manchester

No. 26:
Strategies for enhancing the electrochemical activities of MXenes via chemical doping with nonmetallic electron donors
Yeoheung Yoon / Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology

No. 27:
Simulation on mechanical behaviour of polymer/MXene nanocomposites
Daiva Zeleniakiene / Kaunas University of Technology

No. 28:
Synthesis and characterization of scandium and lutetium containing two dimensional carbides
Jie Zhou / Linköping University

No. 29:
Atomic defects in monolayer ordered double transition metals carbide (Mo2TiC2Tx) MXene
Rasoul Khaledialusti / NTNU, Trondheim