Graphene-enabled photonics to replace silicon
Graphene Flagship Spearhead Project METROGRAPH develops graphene-based photonic chips that could enable cheaper high-bandwidth data transfers.
High-tech materials such as graphene, which were once only available in laboratories, are now being used throughout cities in a variety of applications, to enable the effective deployment of smart city infrastructure.
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
How could graphene pave the way to next-generation urban life?
Graphene Flagship Associate Member Nu Quantum promises new quantum devices thanks to 2D and layered materials
The Graphene Flagship speaks to Paolo Perna, leader of the SOgraphMEM consortium, about graphene's role in next-generation computer memory
We review the successes of six industry-based projects from the previous phase of the Graphene Flagship.
Graphene Flagship industrial and academic partners published a new paper analysing the possibilities of graphene in the internet of everything market, expected to reach over 12 billion connected devices in 2020
For the third year running, Graphene Flagship researchers made an impact with a strong show of graphene technologies at Mobile World Congress, held in Barcelona between 26 February to 1 March 2018.
In the image above are Ericsson researchers, Antonio D’Errico and Teresa Pepe, showing graphene-based photonic switch.
The Graphene Flagship returns to the GSMA Mobile World Congress, bringing with it the next generation of mobile technologies with interactive demonstrations in Sensors and IoT, Wearables and Health, Datacom and Energy.
Researchers from the Graphene Flagship have demonstrated the first fully functional microprocessor based on a layered material. The processor chip consists of 115 integrated transistors and is a first step toward ultra-thin, flexible logic devices.