Next Stop: San Sebastian, Spain
Save the Date: 10-14 September 2018
Graphene Week is THE best place to meet and network with the global community of scientists, innovators and leaders on graphene and related two-dimensional materials.
Graphene Week 2018 will be organized in San Sebastian, Spain, 10-14 September. The city, with its outstanding beauty, cosmopolitan air and quality services ensures a first-class experience for the Graphene Week scientific and industrial delegates.
The host partner of the 2018 edition is
CIC nanoGUNE; the Basque Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center, who will be responsible for local organisation of the conference together with other Graphene Flagship partners:
Tecnalia, in addition to nanoGUNE's start-up company;
The conference will be held at the
Kursaal Congress Centre, designed by the prestigious architect; Rafael Moneo. An ambitious programme including invited talks and keynote speakers, as well as a growing industrial exhibition, is being designed with the objective of bringing together the most outstanding advances that scientists and companies are achieving in the fields of graphene and 2D materials.
Industrial or academic institutions interested in participating in the next Graphene Week as exhibitors or sponsors can contact us at:
Graphene Week - the Annual Gathering for Graphene Technology Leaders
Graphene Week is a key event of the
Future & Emerging Technologies ("FET") Flagship initiative of the
European Commission; a new partnering model for long-term European collaborative research in the context of the European Research Area (ERA).
Originating from 2006, Graphene Week is the annual gathering for international leading experts on graphene and two-dimensional materials, creating Europe’s most influential conference. Organised by the Graphene Flagship, the conference is set to present the latest scientific results, outstanding networking activities, and innovative exhibition opportunities.
Since the first Graphene Week, the conference has been staged in various locations across Europe, and has continued to expand with each edition.