Graphene Flagship Mobility Grant

The Graphene Flagship mobility grant supports international (i.e., outside the EU and the Graphene Flagship consortium) visits by young researchers within the Graphene Flagship consortium who are either enrolled in a PhD program or who have obtained their doctoral degrees no more than five years before the planned visit, which must be at least six weeks long.

The application form can be found on the Graphene Flagship Intranet, Onboard, and should be filled out by an investigator in the Graphene Flagship.

SCOPE Grants for Associated Members and Partnering Projects

SCOPE project addresses the need for support of Partnering Projects and Associated Members in order to help them engage in collaborations with the Core project by providing support for networking and dissemination activities. Click here for information on the types of travel support available through the SCOPE project and the eligibility criteria. Partnering Projects or Associated Members’ investigators can submit their application at

Application Form

Read more about SCOPE

​Graphene Flagship Mobility Grantees

​Santiago Cartamil Bueno

As a receiver of a Graphene Flagship Mobility Grant, Santiago Cartamil Bueno from TU Delft completed a 7-week stay at Boston University, USA.

​Luca Banszerus

Luca Banszerus, RWTH Aachen University, Germany received the Graphene Flagship mobility grant to spend six months at Harvard University, USA.

Isabella Vacchi

Isabella Vacchi, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in Strasbourg, France received the Graphene Flagship mobility grant to spend three months at the University of Kyoto, Japan.

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