Welcome to an innovation workshop focusing on Sensors with Graphene, jointly arranged by SIO Grafen, RISE and the Graphene Flagship.
This is a half day-long event, to discuss opportunities with graphene and related materials in sensor applications and meet future partners to create new exciting innovation projects. The interplay between research and industry is needed to find the right hot spots for innovations and direct research efforts towards the most commercially promising applications.
The event starts with a lab tour at RISE Kista, including the Electrum cleanroom and Characterization labs. After a joint lunch, stakeholders from academia and industry will present their perspective of future needs in sensors and discuss the opportunities and challenges of graphene-based technologies.
Take this opportunity to network, gain new knowledge from interesting presentations, and participate in fruitful discussions. There is also a possibility to increase your visibility by giving a short pitch presentation about your organization/project. Register today! The number of participants is limited.
Register here: https://siografen.se/event/sensors-with-graphene-a-workshop/
When: 23 November 2022, 11.00-17.00.
Where: Room ”Knuth”, RISE Electrum, floor 6, elevator B, Kistagången 16 in Stockholm, Sweden.
11.00-12.00 Lab tour
12.00-13.00 Lunch at Restaurant Provence
13.00-13.15 Opening (RISE, SIO Grafen, Graphene Flagship)
The European 2D-Experimental Pilot Line as a platform for novel sensor concepts
Gordon Rinke, AMO
Vision Enhancement in Adverse Weather: Graphene’s role towards low-cost Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) sensors.
Jan-Erik Källhammar, Veoneer
Gas sensing with mid-infrared photonics: graphene for integrated Systems-on-Chip
Floria Ottonello Briano, SenseAir
The PhotonHUB Offer – Why and how to apply for PhotonHUB funding?
Lennart BM Svensson, PhotonicSweden
14.45-15.05 Coffee break
Integration of 2D-material for semiconductors
Arne Quellmalz, In2great Materials AB/KTH
Graphene based hybrid metasurfaces for mid-IR gas sensors
Tom Yager, Institute of Solid State Physics
Gassenors based on MoS2
Patrik Bjöörn, Smena Catalysis
16.25-17.00 Free discussion