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Graphene Flagship Events

Upcoming Events

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25-28 June 2024

Graphene Flagship at Graphene Conference 2024


If you are attending Graphene 2024, don't miss Graphene Flagship project GIANCE's workshop on June 26. Discover insights on sustainable graphene, printed technologies, graphene-based membranes, and more. Also, Kari Hjelt from Chalmers Industriteknik will be talking about the 10 years of Graphene Flagship and the way ahead, offering unique insights you won’t want to miss!

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June 30‑July 03 2024

Graphene Flagship at IEEE FLEPS 2024


ARMS, GRAPHERGIA, SOLiD and SUPERIOT will hold the joint workshop "Synergizing Sustainability: Integrating Advanced Energy Storage with Harvesting for Wearable Electronics" on June 30 from 14:00 to 17:00. This workshop will delve into the forefront of energy-autonomous self-powered wearable electronic devices, focusing on the dynamic interaction between energy harvesting systems and transformative energy storage solutions, specifically batteries and supercapacitors.

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9 September 2024

ESSERC 2024 “2D Materials: Challenges and Opportunities" Workshop


2D materials have triggered enormous interest over the past 15 years, thanks to their interesting electronic and optical properties, which have propelled them as viable candidates for replacing/complementing the good-old Silicon in future semiconductor technology nodes. Nevertheless, several tough challenges need to be addressed to take the opportunities ahead. In this workshop, we will give an account of a few relevant R&D areas, outlining key attention points in material growth, integration, and reliability, and we will sample applications domain opportunities, underlining the unique advantages of the 2D materials, which recommend them as prime contenders for continuing the physical/functional scaling, as well as for expanding into the applications space, for the years/decades to come.

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14-18 October 2024

Graphene Week 2024


Supported by the European Commission, Graphene Week 2024 stands at the forefront of cutting-edge research, innovation, and technology. As Europe's leading and longest-running event on 2D Materials it unites over 500 international experts and students to discuss key topics concerning to graphene and 2DM. In 2024 the programme welcomes over 200 speakers, the Innovation Forum, the Exhibition and dedicated sessions on diversity, early career development, EC future opportunities, 2DM for the future and much more. Join us for the 19th edition of Graphene Week in Prague, let’s turn wonder into action!

IOP Publishing Workshop


While the 2D materials community celebrates 20 years since the isolation of graphene, IOP Publishing’s 2D Materials journal celebrates its 10-year anniversary. The journal will mark this occasion with a special contribution to the Graphene Week 2024 conference to be held in Prague, Czech Republic.

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. 

Which events are right for you?

For Researchers


Our events for researchers include our annual conference Graphene Week, our workshops for early career researchers Graphene Study, our International Workshops which encourage collaborations with researchers in many other parts of the world, and our digital events.

For Industry


The Graphene Flagship organises several events for industry including the Graphene Marketplace events hosted by Graphene Flagship partners who wish to promote graphene applications in their companies and Innovation Workshops created to foster innovation projects between academia and industry.

In addition to our own industry events, the Graphene Flagship showcases graphene applications at industry tradeshows and exhibitions.

For Students


The Graphene Flagship promotes the education of early career researchers with its Graphene Study events.

Three women reading at the Graphene Week 2019

For Diversity

The Diversity in Graphene initiative aims to create a collaborative research environment where everybody feels welcome, without any prejudice. The initiative holds two annual meetings, a career day and a meeting at the Graphene Week conference.

Past Events

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17-21 June 2024

Graphene Flagship at Materials Week 2024


Materials Week 2024 aims to bring together – for the first time – the numerous small and large Research and Innovation (R&I) communities that are driving advances in materials innovation manifested across diverse value chains and industrial markets. The Graphene Flagship is responsible for the session on Sustainability & Circularity driven by Advanced Materials. You can also find us in the following training courses: "How to expand the use of your test method? – Validation is key towards standardisation" and "Standardisation needs for regulatory testing of graphene and related 2D materials".

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11-12 June 2024

Pioneering 2D Materials for Semiconductor Industry


This free, lunch-to-lunch event will celebrate the 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL) results and its progress towards creating an ecosystem for 2D materials integration in semiconductors for electronics, photonics, sensors and biomedical devices. The symposium will focus on photonics and biomedical applications and the benefits and challenges of industrial uptake for these technologies.

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16 May 2024

Standarisation 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.

Electronics based on TMDCs
19 February 2024

Pioneering 2D Materials for Semiconductor Industry: Electronics based on TMDCs


This workshop, hosted by the Graphene Flagship's 2D-EPL and its partner AMO, will examine electronics based on transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs). This free hybrid event will take place in Aachen, Germany as part of the two-day event on 2D Materials for Future Electronics. Attendees are welcome to join in-person for the full two-day event, or online for the 2-hour digital 2D-EPL workshop.

2D-EPL wafer manufacturing tools
7 September 2023

2D-EPL Workshop @ Graphene Week 2023


A major challenge in using 2D-materials is linked to the impact of the environment on its properties. These effects are mitigated by careful material and process selection. The transition from lab–to–fab is enabled by setting up dedicated tools and processes. Gaining insights on the source of process variations and their impact on the variability of device parameters is key to making the right choices in the set-up of pilot-line processes.

6 September 2023

UAE International Workshop @ Graphene Week 2023


In this workshop, organised as part of the Graphene Week 2023 programme, attendees had the chance to learn about the ongoing research activities and real-world technology transfer applications in the United Arab Emirates, including spin-offs from the Graphene Flagship. The Research & Innovation Center for Graphene and 2D Materials, at Khalifa University, is very focused on the commercialization of research and addresses challenges from the region with innovations in construction, health care, aerospace, energy and water purification. Apart from presentations, this session provided opportunities to discuss topics of common interest, explore possible new collaborations, and a Q&A session.