Antonio Correia (Phantoms Foundation, Spain) Chairperson
Catherine Journet-Gautier (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France)
Stephen Purcell (Université Claude Bernard Lyon1, France)
Josep Samitier (Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia - Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)
Daniel Sanchez Portal (CFM - CSIC / DIPC, Spain)
Frank Scheffold (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
Pedro A. Serena (ICMM / CSIC, Spain)
Didier Tonneau (CNRS - CINaM, France)
Bruno Masenelli (Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon / INSA Lyon, France)
Hanako Okuno (CEA, France)


Concepción Narros Hernández (Phantoms Foundation, Spain)
Joaquin Gaspar Ramon-Laca Maderal (Phantoms Foundation, Spain)
Jose Luis Roldan (Phantoms Foundation, Spain)
The Phantoms Foundation is a Professional Conference Organiser specialised in the planning and execution of conferences and online meetings focused on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology and in particular "Graphene and 2DM". The Phantoms Foundation, a non-profit organisation, is a key actor in structuring and fostering European Excellence and enhancing collaborations in these fields, giving as well high level management profile to National and European scientific projects (Involved in 11 European projects in the last 10 years either as coordinator or partner) and providing an innovative platform for dissemination, transfer and transformation of basic nanoscience knowledge, strengthening interdisciplinary research in nanoscience and nanotechnology by catalysing collaboration among international research groups.
Currently, one of its main core activities is to organize International conferences, meetings and workshops in particular in the "Graphene and 2D Materials" area:
A university at the cutting edge of innovation, Lyon 1 delivers highquality education and research excellence within an attractive environment. Its international reach extends through the fields of science, technology, health and sport. Lyon 1 is also a university that is committed to support, creation and sharing with respect to everyone within its community.
University of excellence
With 62 laboratories and more than 5,600 publications per year, Lyon 1 contributes to scientific progress in numerous fields: health, mathematics, IT, physics, chemistry, earth and space sciences, life sciences, etc. Creator of emerging knowledge and new technologies, the University is consolidating its research excellence on a global level by developing inter- and multidisciplinary approaches targeting the major challenges facing society today.
Working alongside scientific players, students at Lyon 1 learn through research. Faculty members share their knowledge, work tools and facilities: a hands-on educational approach, ensuring the quality of programme content and paving the way for successful entry to the workplace. Encouraging student mobility, the University is committed to reinforcing the international dimension of its programmes and providing genuine opportunities for students wishing to study abroad.
The NETPORE COST Action will create an international network of world-class researchers and stakeholders to promote joint ideas and initiatives aiming to bridge the gap between fundamental developments and practical applications of technologies based on porous semiconductors and oxides
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