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Cambridge Graphene Centre

Research Centre on Graphene, Layered Crystals and Hybrid Nanomaterials

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Facilities

Welcome to our facilities page, home to all the equipment and physical resources available at the Cambridge Graphene Centre.

All of our Labs have 24-hour access for permitted users. To gain access to the facility, please contact Dr Yury Alaverdyan. Once it is granted, you can contact the respective Lab Leaders to receive required training.

Any equipment will require booking before use, and the booking system can be found here.

 



Wet Chemistry Lab



Lab leader Dr Stephen Hodge
Deputy Lucia Lombardi


SEM Lab



Lab leader Flavia Tomarchio
Deputy Dr Yury Alaverdyan


Electrical Lab



Lab leader Dr Antonio Lombardo
Deputy David Purdie


Energy Storage



Lab leader Dr Abdul Raji
Deputy Dr Stephen Hodge


AFM Lab



Lab leader Matteo Barbone
Deputy Anna Ott


PLE Lab



Lab leader Flavia Tomarchio
Deputy Dr Giancarlo Soavi


Photonics Lab



Lab leader Dr Daniel Popa
Deputy Dr Giancarlo Soavi


Raman Lab



Lab leader Dr Duhee Yoon
Deputy Anna Ott

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Apr 03, 2017

James Macleod's stunning image of graphene inks has scooped more prizes in the 2017 EPSRC Photography Competition

Prof. Ferrari Awarded NANOSMAT Award 2017

Mar 30, 2017

Congratulations to Prof. Ferrari, who has been announced as the recipient of the NANOSMAT Award 2017 for "outstanding" contributions to nanoscience and nanotechnology.

Scalable 100% Yield Production of Conductive Graphene Inks

Feb 21, 2017

Conductive inks based on graphene and layered materials are key for low-cost manufacturing of flexible electronics, novel energy solutions, composites and coatings. A new method for liquid-phase exfoliation of graphite paves the way for scalable production.

The Cambridge Phenomenon

Feb 01, 2017

The Cambridge Graphene Centre is recognised as the heart of a rapidly developing graphene value chain in Charles Cotton and Kate Kirk’s book ‘The Cambridge Phenomenon: Global Impact."

Ultrahigh sensitivity graphene infrared detectors for imaging and spectroscopy

Jan 31, 2017

Researchers at the Cambridge Graphene Centre, in a collaboration including Emberion, have developed a novel graphene-based infrared (IR) detector with record high sensitivity for thermal detection. This result paves the way for high-performance IR imaging and spectroscopy.

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