Research 2D-Tech

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Academic and industrial stakeholders identify key areas of interest for 2D material-based technology. These areas are grouped into four research and innovation lines: multifunctional composites, sustainable energy, electronics, and emerging materials​.


R&I Multifunctional Composites

R&I Multifunctional Composites is led by Leif Asp and is performed by an interdisciplinary team of experts in materials science, polymer engineering, composite materials and modelling. Research on graphene in bulk polymer materials includes material synthesis, nano-composites processing, rheological characterization, covalent and non-covalent functionalization, and multiscale modelling as input to composite materials processing and performance analysis.

R&I Sustainable Energy

R&I Sustainable Energy is led by Johan Liu who is one of the pioneers and world leaders in graphene-based cooling technology.

R&I Electronics

R&I Electronics is led by Avgust Yurgens and performed by experts in the field of 2D material-based electronics. The key infrastructure at Chalmers includes access to state-of-the-art cleanroom facilities for the fabrication process, as well as a world-class measurement facility that enables the center to characterize the manufactured devices and circuits.

R&I Emerging Materials

R&I Emerging Materials is led by Timur Shegai and focuses on new material discovery.The key infrastructure at Chalmers includes material growth capabilities in cleanroom environment, access to the supercomputers, optical spectroscopy (photoluminescence, absorption, Raman, pump-probe) as well as electronic, spintronic, quantum and magneto-transport measurements.