Graphene for Printed, Flexible and Transparent Electronics

Dr Andrea Ferrari, CAPE
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom
 
Apr 04, 2012.

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Presentation Summary

  • Introduction to Graphene
  • Production and Processing of Graphene
  • Optoelectronic Properties of Graphene
  • Printed, Flexible and Transparent devices based on graphene inks and solutions

Speaker Biography (Andrea Ferrari)

Andrea Ferrari earned a PhD in electrical engineering from Cambridge University, after a Laurea in nuclear engineering from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. He is the head of the Nanomaterials and Spectroscopy group at the Department of Engineering and Nanoscience Centre of Cambridge University. He is Professor of Nanotechnology, Royal Society Wofson Research Merit Award Holder, and Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. His research interests include nanomaterials growth, modelling, characterization, and devices. In particular, he focuses on graphene, nanotubes, diamond-like carbon, and nanowires for applications in electronics and photonics. He has published over 230 papers and given over 200 invited, keynote, plenary presentations to international conferences.

Company Profile (University of Cambridge)

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CAPE - Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics
 
CAPE Mission: To invent and develop, through multidisciplinary research, materials, processes, components and systems; define the future strategy and market implementation; and set the industry agendas for the convergence of photonic and electronic technology platforms.
 
CAPE is a partnership between the University and a small group of international photonics and electronics companies whose market orientation places them in a non-competitive supply-chain or value-chain relationship with respect to each other. It relies on the Partner companies being able to accommodate each other's business interests to allow this collaboration.
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