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Graphene Marketplace


Collaborative, innovation focused events organised exclusively with the Graphene Flagship's largest industrial partners.
EU Funded

Graphene Marketplace is an initiative launched by the Graphene Flagship to promote graphene applications among industrial partners. Marketplace events are organised in collaboration with partners to showcase the cutting edge research and development ongoing throughout the Flagship with the aim of exploring new possibilities for graphene related materials.

Graphene Marketplace will strengthen the Graphene Flagship's connection to industry, bringing the latest research and prototypes one step closer to the factory floor. Current partners have the chance to tailor an event to their internal development goals, including targeted talks on relevant application areas and demonstrations of prototypes and products.

The first Graphene Marketplace event was held in Milan, Italy on 17 October and organised in collaboration with Graphene Flagship partner Leonardo.

In 27-29 October 2019, Graphene Flagship Associated Member Tetra Pak hosted a Marketplace event in Modena, Italy. The event included a public lecture on the 27 October and an exhibition of graphene products on 29 October was also open to the public. Learn more.

Inquiries about organising Graphene Marketplace events can be made to exhibit@graphene-flagship.eu

Upcoming Events

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29 September 2021

EU-Korea Workshop 2021


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.

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05 November 2021

EU-China Workshop 2021


Organised as a virtual event, this workshop aims to foster exchange of experiences, practices and ideas related to the current and emerging topics associated with the fundamental materials synthesis, physics and devices for graphene and related 2D materials.

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