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Graphene-alumina heterostructures show their strength

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene-alumina heterostructures show their strength

Heterostructures of graphene and other 2D or ultrathin materials have potential applications in sensing, electronics, and battery technology. For example, graphene transistors encapsulated with alumina (Al2O3) are of interest for flexible electronics, and graphene/metal oxide heterostructures are widely used in lithium ion batteries. The mechanical strength, properties and stability of...

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A New Class of Miniaturized Optical Gas Sensors on a Chip

Marko Spasenovic

A New Class of Miniaturized Optical Gas Sensors on a Chip

Collaboration Aims to Develop a New Class of Miniaturized Optical Gas Sensors on a Chip, Enabling Low-Cost Distributed Sensing Nodes for the Internet of Things Stockholm, Sweden – Feb. 21, 2019 – Senseair AB, AMO GmbH, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology Ltd, Graphenea Semiconductor SL, Universität...

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Graphene science pushes technology limits in 2018

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene science pushes technology limits in 2018

Graphene research highlights of 2018 included applications in chemical sensors, advanced uses of mechanical properties of graphene, and high frequency uses such as ultrafast graphene transistors and optical communications. Trace detection of harmful chemicals has been a target application of graphene from the onset of applied graphene research. Last year,...

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Graphenea to present graphene foundry services at Photonics West

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea to present graphene foundry services at Photonics West

Data traffic has exponentially grown over the past 25 years. The mobile communications market and the Internet of Things are expected to continue driving this growth, with 5G communication technology expected to demand bandwidths that are considered enormous by today’s standards. Integrated photonic chips that are to enable continuing growth...

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Graphene to enable SWIR imager market growth

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene to enable SWIR imager market growth

Three companies in the graphene business have been approved a European Innovation Council Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) project to help bring to the market the G-IMAGER, a graphene imager based on graphene-on-wafer technology. The G-Imager is a short-wave infrared (SWIR) detector for applications in semiconductor inspection, sorting systems, spectroscopy...

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