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PhD Projects Cohort 2016

Spin generation in 2D hybrid perovskites for spintronics:

Excitation of semiconductors with circularly polarized light creates a population of spin polarized states. Read more

Graphene Multi-Electrode Arrays for Neural Interfacing:

Electronic devices that enable us to communicate with the human nervous system are becoming increasingly prevalent, offering novel treatment techniques. Read more

Thermoelectric converters based on conjugated polymer-graphene composites:

Thermoelectric devices convert waste heat into useful electrical energy for a range of applications, including energy harvesting.  Read more

Hierarchical 2D nanomaterial electrodes for redox flow batteries:

One of the great challenges researchers in the field of nanotechnology are trying to address is the organisation of nanoparticles into well-controlled structures at scale. Read more

Silicon-graphene anodes for long cycle life batteries:

High energy and power density batteries are a major goal for the battery industry. Current batteries do not have high enough energy densities to produce cars that can compete with liquid fuel cars for mileage. Read more

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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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