The Graphene Flagship is research, innovation and collaboration
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.
The Graphene Flagship gathers 170+ academic and industrial partners from 21 countries. Bringing diverse competencies together, the Graphene Flagship facilitates cooperation between its partners, accelerating the timeline for industry acceptance of graphene technologies. Have a look around!
Graphene Flagship scientists launch first graphene-based lubricant for motor engines in Europe
Graphene Flagship spin-off INBRAIN Neuroelectronics develops intelligent graphene-based neural implants for personalised therapies in brain disorders.
From satellite heat pipes to advanced technologies for Antarctic research, Meganne Christian works on projects and ideas to bring graphene to extreme environments.
The Graphene Flagship has been made aware of a company/group editing the project's digital content to make it look like their own.
The first workshop in the series “Graphene from the buyer’s perspective – the powers of standardisation,” held on 19 February 2021 and organised by the Graphene Flagship Standardisation team from Work Package Industrialisation, focused on one specific material group: powders, dispersions and composites.
Graphene Flagship Spearheads
Developing new and improved products with integrated graphene or related materials. The Graphene Flagship funds a number of spearhead projects, initiatives with well-defined, application-oriented objectives that are motivated by market opportunities. These spearheads focus on a wide range of application areas, but all have the common goal of developing new or improved products with integrated graphene or related materials.
In this webinar, CEO Martin Lohe will give an in-depth insight into Sixonia Tech’s core technology, including product development and strategic aspects of its electrochemical process used to obtain graphene compounds. This webinar is organized by the Graphene Flagship Innovation Work Package and is open for all.
The EuroNanoForum online conference to be held May 5th-6th will address the role of nano-enabled technologies and industries in the transformation towards EU prosperity. The event will bring forward the role of R&I, as well as the opportunities offered by EU’s next Framework Programme; Horizon Europe.
In this webinar, Piers Andrew, one of Emberion’s founders, describes the company’s genesis as a spin-out from a multinational and its subsequent evolution into an independent entity. He will relate the journey taken from the initial “hero” devices made in the laboratory – through twists and turns – to the development of a saleable product.
Graphene Week brings together the latest innovations and leading-edge technology and research on graphene from experts related to industry and academia, meeting to explore the hottest topics influencing the field.
Divisions and work packages
The Graphene Flagship is implemented in six divisions: four of them scientific and one each for Partnering Projects and Administration. Within the divisions are a total of 19 Work Packages, 15 on research and innovation and four on operative management aspects.