April 4, 2019 Graphene is being extensively investigated by industry as a potential new material for electronics. For graphene to be adopted as an electronic industrial product, accurate and reproducible characterization methods adapted to the 2D nature of graphene are crucial. But such electrical characterization methods for graphene are presently underdeveloped; and guidelines for the proper implementation of such methods in an industrial environment are lacking. This issue is currently being addressed in the EMPIR project GRACE. We are pleased to invite you to the joint Workshop of GRACE and IEC/TC 113 which will be held during the IEC/TC 113 spring meeting on Wednesday, May 22 2019, 2:00 – 6:00 pm at the Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid – ICMM – CSIC Calle Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, 3 28049 Madrid, Spain. The objective of the workshop is to initiate a discussion between the GRACE consortium and its stakeholders. As part of the project, two Good Practice Guides on the electrical characterization of graphene (see agenda below) are being developed. These Guides will be presented and used as a starting point to consider how to translate the project’s findings into standardization activities. More information including registration and workshop agenda can be found in the formal invitation letter here.