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Graphene Week 2023 is open for abstract submissions

Call for Graphene Week abstracts: LAST CALL!

The Graphene Week 2023 in-person edition will provide professionals a unique opportunity to present, disseminate, discuss, and exhibit the most exciting research discoveries and technologies advances in the area of graphene and 2DM. 

Inspire us! Abstract submissions for Graphene Week 2023 are now open until 2 June.  

Graphene Week 2023
graphene integrated wafer from the 2D-EPL's multi-project wafer run

Apply now for 2D-EPL MPW run 3

Apply now to take part in the 2D-EPL's third MPW run. This run is mainly intended for electronics but can also include sensor devices (e.g. Hall sensor, but via opening on graphene is not in the scope of this run) and will be provided by AMO GmbH. The design of the device can be adjusted within the specifications. 

What we offer:

  • Customizable chips
  • Short turn around
  • Flexible process flows
  • Direct communication channels
  • Experienced partners
  • Feasibility consulting
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EuroNanoForum 2023 will be held at Lund University in Sweden
11-13 June 2023

EuroNanoForum 2023

Every second year, Euronanoforum brings industry, academia, policy makers and other stakeholders together to discuss developments on nanotechnologies in an open forum. In 2023, the EuroNanoForum will be held in Sweden, 11-13 June. The Graphene Flagship will exhibit and contribute to the event's scientific programme.

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The Graphene Flagship celebrates a decade of 2D materials innovation

Funded by the European Commission in 2013, the Graphene Flagship has brought graphene innovation out of the lab and into commercial applications. Bringing diverse competencies from nearly 170 academic and industrial partners in 22 countries together, the Graphene Flagship facilitates cooperation between its partners, accelerating the timeline for industry acceptance of graphene technologies. With applications in everything from energy and transportation to electronics and biomedicine, graphene and other 2D materials are changing the way we live and work. The European Commission’s FET Flagships enable research projects on an unprecedented scale. With €1 billion budgets, the Graphene Flagship, Human Brain Project and Quantum Flagship serve as technology accelerators, helping Europe to compete with other global markets in research and innovation. With an additional €20 million investment, the European Commission has now funded the creation of an experimental pilot line for graphene-based electronics, optoelectronics and sensors.

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