Aixtron’s strengths in metalorganic chemical vapour deposition
Graphene Flagship researchers have now demonstrated a novel engineering approach to enhance the electrical stability of two-dimensional transistors by carefully tuning the Fermi energy. The results, part of the 2D-Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL) project within the Graphene Flagship, have been reported in Nature Electronics.
The 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL), a project grown from the Graphene Flagship, has launched its first customisable wafer run targeting sensor applications. Companies, universities and research institutes can include their designs as dies on joint wafers, to test their ideas for devices on a larger scale at relatively low costs.
In a compact comment published in Nature Communications, Graphene Flagship and 2D-EPL researchers outline the most promising fields of applications of two-dimensional (2D) materials, as well as their remaining challenges towards the appearance of high-tech products.
In October 2020, the Graphene Flagship launched a second project funded by the European Commission: the 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL). This project is working to establish a European ecosystem for the prototype production of graphene and related material (GRM)-based electronics, photonics and sensors.
Introducing the Graphene Flagship’s new manufacturing facility for graphene-based electronics, optoelectronics and sensors
Graphene Flagship researchers report a new method to integrate graphene and 2D materials into semiconductor manufacturing lines, a milestone for the recently launched 2D-EPL project.
Funded by the European Commission, this €20 million project will enable large volume production of electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials.
A new project by the European Commission aims to gather European expertise across the value chain to bring graphene and related materials to market. Image Credit: imec