In this workshop, hosted by the Graphene Flagship's 2D-EPL, we will focus on the different steps that are encountered during the transfer of 2D materials on Si wafers, which secure access to the most advanced nanofabrication technology. The challenges linked to the delamination of high quality 2D materials grown on epitaxial templates as well as the subsequent steps for bonding the 2D materials to the target wafer will be subject to an in depth dive.
Graphene Flagship Events
Welcome to The MRS Spring Meeting 2022, a hybrid meeting and exhibit held in Honolulu, Hawaii, May 8-13, 2022, and online May 23-25, 2022. Graphene Flagship researcher Paolo Bondavalli, Thales Research and Technology, will chair the symposium on 2D Topological Materials—Growth, Theoretical Models and Applications.
The 2022 edition of Graphene Flagship's Graphene Week will take place at the heart of European innovation - the world-famous BMW Welt in Munich, Germany. The multidisciplinary event will gather the latest research on graphene and related materials, as well as the newest graphene-enabled products. Don't miss this unique chance to meet the best experts in the field, expand your network and learn about exciting innovations.
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.
The Graphene Flagship Standardisation Committee (GFSC) hosted a webinar on 18 January 2022, 10:00 – 12:15 CET.
Ultra-broadband absorption properties of graphene have enabled a wide number of possibilities in the fields of lasers and photonics. Here we'll present a patented turn-key, dual-wavelength synchronised fibre laser solution exploiting graphene as a broadband saturable absorber to be implemented in a coherent Raman microscopy platform for live cell-imaging and tissue analysis.
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.
The 5th Japan-EU Workshop on Graphene and Related 2D Materials will be held online on 25 October 2021. The workshop aims at being a forum for the 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. During this event, major scientific achievements, most urgent open questions and newly identified challenges will be addressed. Additional objective will be to explore further possibilities for collaborative research opportunities between researchers in Europe and Japan.
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.
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. The 2021 edition, held digitally featured 50 oral and 120 poster presentations with over 25 hours of live interactions and 3 weeks of on demand content.
Twisted bilayers of 2D materials, such as twisted bilayer graphene or heterostructures of transition metal dichalcogenides, have fascinating twist-angle-tunable properties, including flat electronic bands, moiré excitons or superconductivity. The Moiré-Twistronics workshop brings together experimentalists and theorists who work on this quickly growing field and aims to identify open challenges and new directions. The registration and abstract submission for the participation with posters is open and will be free for all Graphene Flagship partners.
One of the biggest challenges the 2D materials faces to be adopted by this industry is the growth of material with a similar stability, reliability and defect density. In this workshop we addressed and discussed these growth challenges.
In this webinar, Luigi Colombo, retired TI Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the university of Texas at Dallas, will review a few examples of technology development, IP generation and technology transfer options in the semiconductor industry. He will also discuss the role of members of the ecosystem and the effect on technology development and transfer.
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.
Hosted by the Center for 2D and Layered Materials and the 2D Crystal Consortium at Penn State University, and the Graphene Flagship and the University of Manchester National Graphene Institute, this virtual workshop aims to enhance synergy within the community and build toward a strong future in 2D crystal science and technology, bringing together the 8th Annual “Graphene and Beyond: From Atoms to Applications” Workshop.