Graphene Flagship Partnering FLAG-ERA Project GRIFONE simulates and produces new layered materials and heterostructures
Torkel Nord Bjärneman offers his insights on graphene applications in photonics and optoelectronics.
Mar García-Hernandez of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is the leader of the Graphene Flagship Work Package Enabling Materials, which is focused on development of scalable synthesis methods for graphene and other layered materials.
Removing impurities between layered materials using heat and pressure increases charge carrier mobility and brings scalable methods closer to becoming a reality.
A public lecture will show how Tetra Pak is planning to use graphene and collaborate with the Graphene Flagship
Today, Graphene Flagship industrial partner AIXTRON showcased two new systems that enable cost-effective graphene production for a myriad of applications – such as consumer electronics, sensors, and photonics.
The Graphene Flagship participates in a sounding-rocket launch in collaboration with the European Space Agency to test the printing of graphene devices in space.
On May 2019, the Graphene Flagship embarked on a campaign of zero-gravity parabolic flights to test novel thermal management graphene devices for space applications. The unique properties of graphene can significantly improve their performance.
Andre Geim speaking at Graphene Week 2018 in San Sebastian, Spain.
Mark Dickie offers his thoughts on the current state of graphene in composites applications.
FLAG-ERA Opening its Third Call for Flagship Supporting Projects
Scientists recently discovered how, together, graphene and cobalt offer very relevant properties in the field of magnetism.
Graphene Flagship researchers have shown how heterostructures built from graphene and topological insulators have strong, proximity induced spin-orbit coupling which can form the basis of novel information processing technologies.
Graphene Flagship researchers overcame the theoretical limiting performance of membranes in gas separation.