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We have Class 1000 and Class 100 Cleanrooms connected internally by a clean lift.

Class 1000 is for the production of graphene and other 2D materials, with a range of equipment for growth and etching. There also facilities for other clean environment work, with solvent benches, microscopes and Argon-filled glovebox.

Class 100 is for high grade lithography work, with spin-coaters, nanoimprinter, laser writer, and soon, EBL Raith EBPG5200. 

To gain access to the Cleanrooms please contact CGC Facilities Manager Dr Yury Alaverdyan.

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


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

CDT Graphene Technology Summer Conference

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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.

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