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.
Over the past decade, the Graphene Flagship created a unique community in Europe – an ecosystem for innovation in graphene and layered materials. Now - with 13 new projects - it’s time to expand and set sail for new horizons.
Meta-market analysis identifies composites, batteries and electronics as major application areas likely to drive the overall development of the graphene market towards mass production.
Apply for our upcoming 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. This run is mainly intended for graphene photonics and will be offered by IHP – Leibniz Institute for High Performance Microelectronics. The offered process for the sixth MPW run is a photonic module combined with a graphene module.
Graphene Flagship sails into the Horizon
The Graphene Flagship has now sailed into a new funding phase under the European Commission's Horizon Europe framework programme.
Learn more about our new organisation and our 12 research and innovation projects and get excited for the next leg of our journey toward 2D materials commercialisation.
Graphene Week offers a unique platform to showcase European cutting-edge research, innovation and technology in 2D materials. In 2024 we celebrate twenty years of graphene research since the isolation of the material in 2004. We also look forward to showcasing our twelve new projects who will continue to work on keeping "Europe in the Lead" of the 2D materials revolution!