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From left to right: Prof F. Guinea, Prof M. García-Hernandez and Prof J. de Felipe


A word on the European Flagship on Graphene

  • Significant increase
    in Graphene funding:
    100 M Euro/year
    during 10 year
  • FET/ICT  Technologies
  • 6 projects passed first screening ( March 2011)
  • At least 2 will be funded by EU (June2012)
  • Graphene ranked second and around 1 MEuro will support the Graphene Pilot Project to prepare the final proposal (to be delivered by May 2012)
    • 4 European Nobel Laureates as participants
    • Topics:
      • i) Graphene production
      • ii) graphene electronics
      • iii) graphene spintronics
      • iv) graphene photonics, plasmonics and photovoltaics,
      • v) graphene mechanics,
      • vi) graphene composites
      • vii) graphene chemistry
      • List of participants:
      Participant no. Participant organisation name Part. short name Country
      1 Chalmers University of Technology CUT Sweden
      2 University of Manchester UNIMAN UK
      3 University of Lancaster UNILAN UK
      4 The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge UCAM-DENG UK
      5 AMO GmbH AMO Germany
      6 Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology ICN Spain
      7 Italian Research Council CNR Italy
      8 Nokia oyj NOKIA Finland
      9 European Science Foundation ESF France


      Scientific Advisory Council (SAC) for the Graphene Pilot Projet

      • Prof. Andre Geim, University of Manchester, UK
      • Prof. Kostya Novoselov, University of Manchester, UK
      • Prof. Albert Fert, Université Paris-Sud, France
      • Prof. Klaus von Klitzing, Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung, Stuttgart, Germany
      • Prof. Francisco Guinea, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC, Spain
      • Dr Luigi Colombo, Texas Instruments Inc., USA

      SpanishRoadmap for Graphene  pdf

      Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad