Graphene Week 2021 is here: register today!
Funded by the European Commission, the Graphene Flagship aims to secure a major role for Europe in the ongoing technological revolution, helping to bring graphene innovation out of the lab and into commercial applications.
James Hone, Professor and Chair of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University, is one of our keynote speakers at Graphene Week 2021.
Graphene photodetectors on silicon microrings could reduce the cost and carbon footprint of data transfer.
Khanna won the networking prize at Graphene for Research, Innovation and Collaboration, and will present his research at the live Graphene Week conference this September.
Exhibition booths are still available, but the deadline is approaching fast.
Graphene Flagship Partner Graphmatech AB strives to develop graphene composite materials for metals, polymers and additives.
Send your poster contribution!
Big news! We have decided to extend our abstract submission deadline for posters! If you have innovative ideas on graphene and layered materials, bring them to #GrapheneWeek2021, the leading event in the field.
Graphene Week is Europe's Leading Graphene Conference, bringing together the latest innovations and leading-edge technology and research on graphene from more than 200 experts related to industry and academia. Registration and abstract submission are open to all.
Organised as a virtual event, this workshop aims to foster the exchange of experiences, practices and ideas related to the current and emerging topics associated with the basic chemistry approach, materials synthesis, application development and commercialization of graphene and related 2D materials.
2D-Experimental Pilot Line
In October 2020, the Graphene Flagship marked a major milestone toward its commercialisation goals with the launch of the 2D Experimental Pilot Line to integrate graphene and related layered materials into semiconductor platforms. With this new project, the European Commission will invest €20 million in the next generation of electronics and semiconductors.