Industrial workshop on photonics and electronics
Meet your future graphene collaborators at Graphene Connect. This time addressing photonics and electronics.
The age of graphene? Two experts share visions of the future
Future applications of graphene were the subject of two public science lectures by leading researchers in the field.
Fibre-optics data boost from graphene-based photodetectors
Research supported by the Graphene Flagship leads to fast, high-performance photodetectors for fibre-optic communication systems. Read more
The first signatures of graphene plasmons at telecommunication wavelengths are revealed in a study supported by the Graphene Flagship. Read more
Two-dimensional materials bring quantum-mechanical effects into the macroscopic world, creating the potential for electronic devices which dissipate very little energy. Read more
Graphene Study is the flagship's principal contribution to fostering the next generation of researchers working at the forefront of nanomaterials science and technology. Whilst the school is commissioned and organised by the Graphene Flagship, it is open to the graphene community within and without the flagship consortium. Read more
The future is flat - experts review the potential of graphene and other two-dimensional materials for an electronics industry in a post-silicon world. Read more