An interview with Gianluca Fiori, Deputy Leader of the Graphene Flagship’s Electronic Devices Work Package
The half-day-long online event connected industrial players in the field of electronics and encouraged new collaborations using graphene
Graphene and metallic cubes enable the smallest cavities to date for infrared light - artistic impression.
It is a two-dimensional material that has promised almost magical applications. Almost ten years after its ‘parents’ won a Nobel Prize, its most mundane applications are coming to market. Although the products are not revolutionary, many companies that use graphene do so with a secrecy that stands out against the marketing of others. (Picture. Graphenea)
Scientists recently discovered how, together, graphene and cobalt offer very relevant properties in the field of magnetism.
The union of graphene with semiconductors and dielectric insulators allows the development of electronic circuits.