Graphene Flagship represents a new form of joint, coordinated research on an unprecedented scale, forming Europe's biggest ever research initiative. It is a FET (future and emerging technologies) project with a mission to take graphene and related layered nanomaterials from a state of raw potential to a point where they can revolutionize multiple industries. Graphene Flagship project has about 150 academic and industrial partners in 23 countries. The physicists and materials scientists from the University of Tartu are the part of Sensors work package and their goal is the development of gas sensors and electronic noses based on graphene and related materials. Such sensors of microscale dimensions are an emerging market, with new applications in air quality control and health monitoring.
- 10 years (2013-2023)
- 1.000.000.000 eur budget
- about 150 academic and industrial research groups in 23 countries + associated members
- The Graphene Flagship Shines at The Tallinn Digital Summit, 15 December 2017
- Estonian physicists are building an artificial nose from graphene, 15 May 2017