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Partnering Division

The Partnering Division comprises projects, SMEs and large industrial companies, which extend the Graphene Flagship in terms of its technological and research expertise. Since a number of the partnership projects involve members of the Graphene Flagship, the Division facilitates the building of a Europe-wide network of research facilities and experts with outstanding potential for research and innovation in the field of graphene and layered materials.

Yuri Svirko
Partnering division leader from the University of Eastern Finland

Division Leadership


Leader: Yuri Svirko, University of Eastern Finland, Finland 
Deputy: Jan Erik Hanssen, Graphitene Ltd., UK

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The rise of Graphene Flagship scientists
Collaboration / Innovation / Our project

The rise of Graphene Flagship scientists


Four of our inspirational investigators were among the first to join the Graphene Flagship: Xinliang Feng, Mar García- Hernández, Vincenzo Palermo and Amaia Zurutuza. They joined the project with bright ideas, a keen sense of enthusiasm and the unwavering will to succeed.

By Fernando Gomollón-Bel / 03 May 2022
Ukrainian flag fading into EU flag
Our project / Collaboration / Research

Graphene Flagship supports Ukraine


In response to the war in Ukraine, Graphene Flagship Director Jari Kinaret has created a grant to support Ukrainian researchers wishing to participate in Graphene Flagship events. Russian and Belarussian institutions have been suspended from the project.

By Graphene Flagship / 22 April 2022
compass on a boat
Our project / Collaboration / Research

Ahoy: the 2021 Annual Report is out!


The latest Graphene Flagship Annual Report presents our most exciting innovations for 2021. For the first time ever, it incorporates a dedicated section for our 2D Experimental Pilot Line, as well as five features about the fantastic opportunities of graphene and layered materials. Read on and discover 84 pages of research, innovation and collaboration! Enjoy the #GrapheneExperience.

By Fernando Gomollón-Bel / 21 April 2022
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