报告人：Mikhail Katnelson 教授、三院院士（荷兰皇家文理学院、欧洲科学院、瑞典乌普萨拉皇家科学院）、荷兰皇家狮骑团爵士、世界著名理论物理学家、石墨烯理论基础的奠基人。
Mikhail Katsnelson finished Ural State University (Sverdlovsk, USSR – now Ekaterinburg) in 1977 and received PhD in 1980; for many years (1977-2001) he was working in the Institute of Metal Physics in Ekaterinburg (the last position – head of the group of Quantum Theory of Metals). He became the youngest physicist - Doctor of Sciences in the USSR (1985) and received Lenin Komsomol Prize (State Prize for young researchers, 1988). After working for several years as a visiting professor in Uppsala University (Sweden) he became (in 2004) professor of theoretical physics and head of the group of Theory of Condensed Matter in Radboud University (Nijmegen, Netherlands). He is one of the most active and most recognized theoretical physicists now, with more than 80,000 citations according to Google Scholar (h=98). Prof. Katsnelson works in many fields of physics, from foundations of quantum mechanics to applications of statistical physics in biology. His best known achievements are in the theory of graphene, magnetism and strongly correlated systems. He is awarded by Spinoza Prize (top scientific award in Netherlands), Hamburg Prize in Theoretical Physics and by Royal decoration as a Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion. Prof. Katsnelson is elected member of Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Academia Europaea and Royal Society of Sciencesat Uppsala and honorary doctor of Uppsala University.