Chip based on layered materials serves as both an image sensor and a neural network, classifying images a thousand times faster than conventional machine-vision systems
Graphene Flagship researchers have devised a wafer-scale fabrication method that paves the way to the next generation of telecom and datacom devices.
Developing next-generation graphene-based optical networks for 5G and future communication technologies with Nokia’s Paola Galli
Kari Hjelt, Graphene Flagship Head of Innovation, explains how, thanks to graphene, phones could become faster and better-connected, with longer battery lives than ever before.
Cambridge Raman Imaging, spin-off company born from the Graphene Flagship, gains investment to build novel medical microscope for tumor imaging and more
Graphene and metallic cubes enable the smallest cavities to date for infrared light - artistic impression.
Graphene Flagship researchers have devised a light diffuser based on hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) – a layered material with the same hexagonal structure as graphene, but with complementary properties – able to convert directional laser beams into a luminous source that scatters light in all directions.
A new understanding of ultrafast light interaction with graphene puts the spotlight on CARS spectroscopy as a tool for fast graphene imaging
A new class of flexible and transparent wearable devices conforms to the skin, providing continuous and accurate measurements of multiple human vital signs – heart rate, respiration rate, blood pulse oxygenation, and exposure to UV radiation.
Antonios Oikonomou is a business developer for the Graphene Flagship (flexible electronics and wearables devices) and for the Graphene and 2D materials project portfolio at ICFO (optoelectronics and photonics).
Tailoring material defects, Graphene Flagship researchers at ICFO created highly sensitive and CMOS-compatible broadband photodetectors.
Graphene Flagship researchers develop a sensor that records brain activity at extremely low frequencies and could lead to new treatments for epilepsy
Using CMOS-compatible techniques, Flagship researchers from AMO have created photodetectors with a record-breaking bandwidth of >76 GHz, ideal for fast data communications.
A key result from Flagship researchers demonstrates large scale, fully integrable arrays of single photon quantum emitters in layered materials, which may lead to hybrid on-chip photonics devices for networks and sensing.