Graphene-enabled photonics to replace silicon
Graphene Flagship researchers from ICFO in Barcelona, in collaboration with teams in Columbia University, US, NTU, Singapore and NIMS, Japan, have reported the first use of light to bend of electrons in bilayer graphene.
Graphene Flagship partner Emberion offers leading-edge VIS-SWIR cameras with a broad spectral range at a competitive cost. These devices meet the needs of the rapidly expanding global machine vision and surveillance markets.
Graphene Flagship Spearhead Project METROGRAPH develops graphene-based photonic chips that could enable cheaper high-bandwidth data transfers.
Graphene photodetectors on silicon microrings could reduce the cost and carbon footprint of data transfer.
Graphene-enabled technologies for telecom and datacom will accelerate the adoption of protocols for 5G and 6G.
Graphene Flagship Business Developer at ICFO, Olivier Messager, offers his insights on graphene applications in photonics and optoelectronics.
The new company will market graphene-enabled image sensors with disruptive cost and performance potential compared to current alternatives.
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
Two new photodetectors yield highest responsivity and frequency to date
Torkel Nord Bjärneman offers his insights on graphene applications in photonics and optoelectronics.
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.