Jump to content

What is the Graphene Flagship?


Bringing together 118 academic and industrial partners in 12 research and innovation projects and 1 coordination and support project, the Graphene Flagship initiative will continue to advance Europe’s strategic autonomy in technologies that rely on graphene and other 2D materials. The initiative, which builds on the previous 10-years of the Graphene Flagship, is funded by the European Commission’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme. The 2D-Experimental Pilot Line, addressing the challenges of upscaling 2D material production processes for the semiconductor industry, is another key component of the Graphene Flagship eco-system.

 

Learn about the Graphene Flagship's greatest milestones.

EU Funded

What's new

Graphene Flagship Director Patrik Johansson
Our project / Milestones / Collaboration

Graphene Flagship Exhibition Opens in Brussels


On Friday, 26 April 2024, the Graphene Flagship launched an exhibition celebrating the initiative's decade of success and plans for the future in the European Commission's Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CNECT) offices in Brussels. Roberto Viola, Director-General for DG CNECT delivered the keynote talk, praising the success of the project and its contribution to the European 2D materials ecosystem.

By Graphene Flagship / 03 May 2024
Show all news
Paper boat

Call for Abstracts OPEN!

Your science, our future.


Join us at Graphene Week 2024, an international platform where research and innovation meet collaboration. Submit your abstract on graphene and 2D materials for a chance to present, discuss and connect with like-minded professionals. 

GW24 Abstract Submission
blue wafer multi project wafer run

Apply for our latest MPW run

In the framework of 2D-EPL project several experimental multi-project wafer (MPW) runs are provided where universities, research institutes and companies can include their designs as dies on joint wafers.The offered process for the sixth MPW run is a photonic module combined with a graphene module. 

Learn more and apply
cover image Annual Report 2023

Annual Report 2023

The Graphene Flagship has continued its voyage in Horizon Europe. The latest Annual Report introduces our 13 new projects, provides updates on the 2D-Experimental Pilot Line's latest work and delves into the current state of 2D materials research and innovation in Europe.

Read our interactive report here or download the report here to learn about all about the next phase of the Graphene Flagship's journey.

Events

purple and gold wafers
11-12 June 2024

Pioneering 2D Materials for Semiconductor Industry


This free, lunch-to-lunch event will celebrate the 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL) results and its progress towards creating an ecosystem for 2D materials integration in semiconductors for electronics, photonics, sensors and biomedical devices. The symposium will focus on photonics and biomedical applications and the benefits and challenges of industrial uptake for these technologies.

solar panels
17-21 June 2024

Graphene Flagship at Materials Week 2024


Materials Week 2024 aims to bring together – for the first time – the numerous small and large Research and Innovation (R&I) communities that are driving advances in materials innovation manifested across diverse value chains and industrial markets. The Graphene Flagship is responsible for the session on Sustainability & Circularity driven by Advanced Materials.

Electronic circuit
9 September 2024

ESSERC 2024 “2D Materials: Challenges and Opportunities" Workshop


2D materials have triggered enormous interest over the past 15 years, thanks to their interesting electronic and optical properties, which have propelled them as viable candidates for replacing/complementing the good-old Silicon in future semiconductor technology nodes. Nevertheless, several tough challenges need to be addressed to take the opportunities ahead. In this workshop, we will give an account of a few relevant R&D areas, outlining key attention points in material growth, integration, and reliability, and we will sample applications domain opportunities, underlining the unique advantages of the 2D materials, which recommend them as prime contenders for continuing the physical/functional scaling, as well as for expanding into the applications space, for the years/decades to come.

Show all events