The CORDIS Results Pack showcases 12 articles on 6 ambitious cutting-edge EU research projects funded under the EU’s FP7 and Horizon 2020 research programmes relevant to graphene and 2D materials. Of these seven articles cover different aspects of the Graphene Flagship.
The H20 project, a Partnering Project of the Graphene Flagship, aims to expand the layered material library by introducing new organic semiconductors (OSC) down to a few monolayers in thickness, which are mechanically stable and transferable on any other layered materials for making heterostructures.
Four companies associated to the Graphene Flagship exhibited their prototypes, commercial products and live demos at the Graphene Pavilion at Mobile World Congress on February 25-28 in Barcelona, Spain.
Director General of DG CONNECT at the European Commission, Roberto Viola, visited the Graphene Pavilion at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 this morning. In a meeting with the director of the Graphene Flagship, Jari Kinaret, he discovered the ways in which graphene will enable better connectivity.
Celebrating 15 years since the isolation of graphene, Nobel Laureate Professor Sir Konstantin Novoselov will produce pieces of art using the innovative material, live at Mobile World Congress 2019.
Picture: Carl Otto Moesgaard Graphene Flagship researchers solved one of the challenges of making graphene nano-electronics effective: to carve out graphene to nanoscale dimensions without ruining its electrical properties. This allowed them to achieve electrical currents orders of magnitude higher than previously achieved for similar structures. The work shows that the quantum transport properties needed for future electronics can survive scaling down to nanometric dimensions.
Graphene-enabled fitness band measures heart rate, hydration, oxygen saturation, breathing rate and temperature. The technology was showcased at MWC19.
The electrical contact resistance at metal–graphene interfaces can significantly degrade the properties of devices. Graphene Flagship researchers observed that when graphene is integrated with the metal of a circuit, its contact resistance is not impaired by humidity. This will help develop new sensors with a significant cost reduction.
Graphene Flagship researchers develop a sensor that records brain activity at extremely low frequencies and could lead to new treatments for epilepsy
Graphene Flagship researchers reviewed the current research into the safety of graphene and related materials looking at both human health and environmental impact.
To encourage a more diverse community in graphene, the Graphene Flagship hosts a specialist Women in Graphene career development day on 11 and 12 February 2019
Marc Vila, PhD student at Graphene Flagship partner ICN2 (left), speaks to us about his research in spintronics using graphene
The Graphene Flagship held a series of International Workshops designed to encourage the exchange of experiences, practices and ideas around the world.
Mark Dickie offers his thoughts on the current state of graphene in composites applications.