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… Read More

The GRACE project, now at month 18 of its span, is making possible accurate and reproducible electrical characterisation methods suitable for graphene, both as test samples and in production lines. Key Control Characteristics (KCC) of CVD graphene samples from cm- to wafer-size samples have already been successfully measured and cross-validated by the partners. This year… Read More