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Graphene from the Buyer's Perspective – The Power of Standardisation

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19 January 2021
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Graphene from the Buyer's Perspective – The Power of Standardisation

Graphene from the Buyer's Perspective – The Power of Standardisation, to be held virtually on Tuesday, 19 January 2021, will be the first in a series of events highlighting "The Power of Standardization," hosted by the Graphene Flagship. Together, we are aiming at connecting the global efforts towards graphene standardisation.


Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Thurid Gspann

Graphene Flagship Research Associate

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The need for standards

To facilitate market entry of graphene-enabled technologies, it is central that the development of globally relevant standards is done in alignment with industrial needs and requirements. 

In order to identify and assess these needs and requirements, our workshop series will be organised as a unique gathering of international graphene stakeholders: industrial buyers, producers, scientists and standardisation experts.

By its sheer nature, the development of international standards is an intensely collaborative process. In general, standardization is industry driven--mostly buyer driven. If done well, it can give new technologies a tremendous push towards market entry.

Our workshop series will enable an intimate dialogue amongst international stakeholders, with experts of the international standardisation committees in attendance, too. 

Please note that this virtual event will be by invitation only. To enable the dialogue, only a limited number of spaces are available! 

Voice your interest in participating by completing this form. Applications must be received by 8 December 2020 to be considered for this first workshop. If you are selected you will receive notice by 15 December. Late applicants will be considered for future workshops.