Graphene Week 2022, held at the awe-inspiring BMW Welt in Munich, Germany 5-9 September, brought together graphene researchers and industry to an unprecedented level.
Four of our inspirational investigators were among the first to join the Graphene Flagship: Xinliang Feng, Mar García- Hernández, Vincenzo Palermo and Amaia Zurutuza. They joined the project with bright ideas, a keen sense of enthusiasm and the unwavering will to succeed.
In response to the war in Ukraine, Graphene Flagship Director Jari Kinaret has created a grant to support Ukrainian researchers wishing to participate in Graphene Flagship events. Russian and Belarussian institutions have been suspended from the project.
The latest Graphene Flagship Annual Report presents our most exciting innovations for 2021. For the first time ever, it incorporates a dedicated section for our 2D Experimental Pilot Line, as well as five features about the fantastic opportunities of graphene and layered materials. Read on and discover 84 pages of research, innovation and collaboration! Enjoy the #GrapheneExperience.
A call for governments and funding agencies to support the Ukrainian scientists affected by the war in Ukraine.
The Graphene Flagship stars in an exhibition at Paris’ Cité des Sciences, the biggest science museum in Europe. The showcase, dedicated to the challenges of research and innovation, will continue until late June 2022.
The Graphene Flagship is an ever-growing consortium of talented researchers and innovators across Europe.
The Graphene Flagship continues succeeding in its goal of bringing graphene and layered materials to the European market. Funded by the European Commission, our project develops new technologies to revolutionise industry, from sustainable transportation to efficient communications.
The Graphene Flagship has catalysed research and innovation in the realm of graphene and layered materials since the very beginning. Covering both fundamental and applied science, the consortium nourishes a diverse and multidisciplinary environment with more than 250 organisations all over Europe.
The successful FLAG-ERA projects will expand the current research on graphene and related materials and the collaborations within the Graphene Flagship to develop new graphene-enabled innovations.
The 2021 edition of Graphene Week became a successful display of networking, in-depth knowledge and inspiration.
Joyce Matsoso and Ana-Maria Ciubotaru share their experience
Graphene Week is around the corner. The week kicks off with Inspiration Day – a day filled with insight, motivation and stimulation. Register for free today.
Diversity matters: Nourishing an inclusive consortium on the road to a bright future