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Graphene Week


EU Funded

Graphene Week is Europe's Leading Graphene Conference, bringing together the latest innovations and leading-edge technology and research on graphene from more than 200 experts related to industry and academia.

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Graphene Week 2024 will be held in Prague, Czech Republic!

Graphene Week 2024

Be a part of Graphene Week 2024 in Prague, Czech Republic! Cutting-edge graphene research, technological advancement, world-class innovation, and opportunities to connect with the top international graphene and 2D material experts await you in Prague, October 2024!

Graphene Week 2024

Why attend Graphene Week 2024

All-in-1 event


Graphene Week 2024 brings back breath-taking in-person events – with plenary and parallel sessions, industrial innovation, a dedicated early-career branch and many opportunities for collaboration. On top of regular sessions and lectures, Graphene Flagship events gather unique events to foster innovation and collaboration. The Graphene Innovation Forum is back and, for the first time, our sister project the 2D Experimental Pilot Line will organise an in-person workshop to highlight industry success stories.

Networking & Connect


Graphene Week 2024 in Munich is the best place to network. The event gathers experts from Europe, and all around the world, coming from leading academic institutions, innovative SMEs and our leading industrial partners. Enjoy poster sessions, lunch receptions and coffee breaks to meet new people, broaden your horizons and establish new fruitful collaborations. On top of this, the event will count on amazing social activities, organised by our local hosts in Germany. All great opportunities to connect with new people! The #GrapheneExperience is back. 

Oustanding Programme


Our Graphene Week 2024 chairs combine academic expertise and industrial innovation. This diversity is reflected in our Scientific and Organising Committees, who have worked hard to gather an outstanding line-up of speakers from different backgrounds, all leading experts in the field of graphene and layered materials. We expect over 500 abstract titles, split between oral communications and poster presentations. Munich is the place to learn about graphene, this time with record-breaking participation from our researchers and innovators.  

Graphene Week highlights

 

Upcoming Events

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16 May 2024

Standardisation Workshop


Advanced materials, such as nanomaterials, 2D materials, or thin films, play a crucial role in driving economic development and addressing major challenges in the coming years. These challenges include mitigating the impact of climate change, advancing lightweight engineering, enhancing catalysis, and improving medical applications. To comprehend the performance of these materials and ensure their acceptance across various sectors as safe and sustainable for both humans and the environment, the availability of reference procedures, materials, and data is essential. One versatile tool for establishing such references and evaluating the proficiency of individual laboratories and their competencies is through (international) interlaboratory comparisons (ILC). Notably, initiatives like the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (VAMAS) provide a platform for conducting ILCs. This webinar will showcase various examples of interlaboratory comparisons, illustrating their impact on the development of reference products.

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