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2D-Experimental Pilot Line


Establishing an ecosystem for integrated 2D materials in the semiconductor industry 

EU Funded

The 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL), a €20 million project launched in October 2020 to integrate 2D materials into silicon wafers, is the culmination of many of the Graphene Flagship’s efforts to bring graphene and related materials (GRMs) out of the lab and into commercial applications. With this project we address the industrialisation challenges of achieving reliable fabrication processes for high-volume production and establish a European ecosystem for prototype production of graphene and related materials (GRM) based electronics, photonics and sensors.

The project will cover the whole value chain including tool manufacturers, chemical and material providers and pilot lines, to secure progress in GRM integration and to be able to offer prototyping services to academics, SMEs and companies which can benefit from the progresses of GRM integration with silicon achieved within the 2D-EPL consortium.

Wafer

Multi-Project Wafer run 2

This year the 2D-EPL project launched its first multi-project wafer (MPW) run where universities, research institutes and companies could include their designs as dies on joint wafers. The second run is mainly intended for graphene sensors, and will be offered by VTT.

What we offer:

  • Customizable chips
  • Short turn around
  • Flexible process flows
  • Direct communication channels
  • Experienced partners
  • Feasibility consulting
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Graphene integrated wafer for electronics, sensors or optoelectronics

2D-EPL services

Whether you have questions about how to become involved in the project, our upcoming multi-purpose wafer runs or engaging in tailor designed projects with our partners, this entry point is the place to engage with the 2D-EPL.

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Who we are

How We Work


Learn how the 2D-EPL is structured.

Industrial Advisory Board


The IAB provides industrial insights.

Our Partners


See who's part of the 2D-EPL.

Annual Report 2021