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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.

A risk assessment must be in place before you use any equipment. The Principal User will be able to inform you if there is a Risk Assessment that will cover you work already in place which you will be able to sign. If there is no suitable Risk Assessment you will need to submit your own from This Blank. The university has a Risk Assessment Guide to help with this. If you have any questions, please contact Dr Yury Alaverdyan.

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

 



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Lab leader Matteo Barbone
Deputy Anna Ott

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Dr Luigi Occhipinti joins the Cambridge Graphene Centre

Mar 14, 2018

The Cambridge Graphene Centre welcomes Dr Luigi Occhipinti as Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer.

CDT Graphene Technology Summer Conference

Apr 20, 2017

Registration is now open for the student-led Graphene Technology Summer Conference, taking place 12-15 June 2017 at Wyboston Lakes.

Presentation Prize for Tian Carey

Jan 17, 2017

CDT student Tian Carey was awarded a prize for his presentation given at the annual IOP Printing and Graphic Science Group Student Conference.

Environmentally-friendly graphene textiles could enable wearable electronics

Nov 25, 2016

A new method for producing conductive cotton fabrics using graphene-based inks opens up new possibilities for flexible and wearable electronics, without the use of expensive and toxic processing steps.

Single Photon Light Emitting Diodes for On-Chip Integration

Sep 27, 2016

Researchers from the Cambridge Graphene Centre and Cavendish Laboratory use layered materials to create an all-electrical quantum light emitting diodes (LED) with single-photon emission. These LEDs have potential as on-chip photon sources in quantum information applications.

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