This workshop, to be held at the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) in Manchester, UK, will explore the applications for graphene in construction. This workshop is by invitation. Register your interest to dayle.whittaker [at] manchester.com.
Graphene Flagship Events
This workshop will address the main barriers to wafer scale manufacturing and integration of graphene and other 2D materials in electronic applications--focusing on sensors, high frequency devices, photonics and optoelectronics. We will also present the state of the art 2D-EPL project and its upcoming multi-project wafer runs. Attendance is by invitation only, but interested parties may reach out to lilei.ye [at] chalmersindustriteknik.se by 10 February to indicate their interest in participating.
The 3rd Australia-EU Workshop on Graphene and Related Materials will be held on 30-31 March 2023 in Melbourne, Australia. By bringing together leading researchers from Europe and Australia, this workshop aims at being an open forum to discuss cutting-edge research in the field and foster scientific exchanges, practices and ideas related to the current and emerging topics associated with graphene and 2D materials. Several topics will be discussed, from application and commercialization to new fundamental concepts, synthesis, composites, membranes, biomaterials, electronics, sensors, composites, coatings and energy devices.
The Graphene Flagship hosts Graphene Study to help PhD students and early career researchers develop into outstanding researchers in graphene. This edition will explore 2D materials for tomorrow. What is next? What can we expect from graphene science and applications in the future? View the full agenda below.
Join us in Gothenburg, Sweden, the world’s most sustainable destination, for Graphene Week 2023, where cutting-edge research, technological advancement, world-class innovation, and the rare opportunity to network with global thought leaders in the graphene and 2D material field await you!
The Graphene Flagship organises a variety of events for researchers, industry and early career researchers in order to inspire you to engage in better research, innovation and collaboration. The project is also represented at external tradeshows and exhibitions.
Enlit Europe, one of Europe's largest trade shows dedicated to sustainable energy innovation, took place 29 November - 1 December 2022 in Frankfurt, Germany. This annual trade show brings together energy professionals, corporations, consumers, investors, entrepreneurs, engineers and activists from around the world to collaborate and solve the most challenging global energy issues.
Come listen to presentations and participate in discussions in this workshop focusing on graphene in sensors. Those interested, can participate in a lab tour at RISE Kista, including the Electrum cleanroom and Characterisation labs. This is a joint event organised by SIO Grafen, RISE and the Graphene Flagship.
This workshop, hosted by the Graphene Flagship's 2D-EPL and its partner AMO, will the examine the integration of 2D materials into photonic platforms. This free hybrid event will take place in Aachen, Germany as part of the two-day Integration of novel materials into silicon photonics workshop and be live streamed to digital attendees.
Enlit Europe, one of the largest tradeshows dedicated to the energy transition, and the Graphene Flagship are co-organising a webinar titled "How to harness the power of collaboration: Graphene Flagship". The webinar will take place on November 2 from 15:00 to 16:00 CET.
During this webinar, Dr Mamoun Taher will present how Graphmatech developed graphene-reinforced pressure vessels and transportation tubes for hydrogen application that leak 40% less. The Graphmatech company, established by Dr Taher supports the green transition by producing and using modified graphene oxide in materials and products.
Ensuring clean water and sanitation is the sustainable development goal N6 identified by the UN. Dr Manuela Melucci will present a selection of case studies of graphene materials and devices realized at CNR that commit to achieving this global aim. She will discuss performance, sustainability issues in comparison with standard technologies and future challenges.
This online presentation will discuss the knowledge gained to date and the methodological issues that must be overcome to obtain representative life cycle environmental impact data that captures the functionality of graphene-based materials, giving enhanced understanding of the main hot spots and opportunities for improvement.