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Cambridge Graphene Centre

Research Centre on Graphene, Layered Crystals and Hybrid Nanomaterials

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Facilities

A warm welcome from the Cambridge Graphene Centre's Research Facilities team

We provide open access to our state-of-the-art R&D equipment worth over £30M.

Facilities are organised in multiple laboratories and cleanrooms (class 100 and 1000). See the full list in the drop-down menu.

CGC hosts two Royce Institute Laboratories, including E-Beam Lithography and High-Frequency Antennae Characterisation. 

Dr Yury Alaverdyan is the Research Facilities Manager and is the first point of contact.

Each laboratory/cleanroom has a lab leader and a deputy leader who look after the equipment and operations. 

Assessing risk in your experiments in our labs and cleanroom is an important step in making sure you work in a safe environment. Prior to doing experiments all users need to cover their work in full with relevant Risk Assessments and COSHHs. 

For your reference, a blank Risk Assessment can be downloaded here, and a COSHH form can be downloaded here. The University Risk Assessment Guide is essential if you have never done this before.

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

For any questions related to the CGC Facilities you are welcome to get in touch with Dr Yury Alaverdyan.

 



Raman Lab


Leader Dr Jianli Zou
Deputy Dr Evgeny Alexeev