2d-ink

Developing inks of novel 2D semiconducting materials for low-cost large-area fabrication processes.

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Objectives

  • Design and Synthesis of Novel 2D Materials

  • Formulation of 2D Materials into Semiconducting Inks

  • Advanced Multi-Scale Characterisation of 2D Materials

 

2D-INK is a European project targeted at developing inks of novel 2D semiconducting materials for low-cost large-area fabrication processes on insulating substrates through a new methodology, which will exceed the properties of state-of-the-art graphene- and graphene oxide based inks.

Achieving this would represent an important step forward in the processing of 2D semiconducting materials and will provide the key parameters for fabricating the next generation of ultrathin electronic appliances and exploring their potential over other scientific and technological disciplines, such as sensing, photonics, energy storage and conversion, spintronics, etc.

This project has received funding from the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 as a Future and Emerging Technologies Action (FET Open).

The Team

The inherent high-risk of 2D-INK is countered by a strongly interdisciplinary research team composed of 9 partners (8 academics + 1 Small and Medium Enterprise) with demonstrated experience in their corresponding fields and with different yet highly complementary backgrounds.

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Aurelio Mateo-Alonso

Partner 1 (Coordinator)

POLYMAT, University of the Basque Country. Spain.

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Manuel Melle-Franco

Partner 2

Centre for Research in Ceramics and Composite Materials (CICECO), University of Aveiro. Portugal.

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eugenio-coronado

Eugenio Coronado

Partner 3

University of Valencia. Spain.

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johannes-barth

Johannes Barth

Partner 4

Technical University of Munich. Germany.

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steven-de-feyter

Steven De Feyter

Partner 5

University of Leuven. Belgium.

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andrei-khlobystov

Andrei Khlobystov

Partner 6

University of Nottingham. U.K.

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Thomas-Pichler

Thomas Pichler

Partner 7

University of Vienna. Austria.

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luis-hueso

Luis Hueso

Partner 8

CIC Nanogune. Spain.

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amaia-zurutuza

Amaia Zurutuza

Partner 9

Graphenea. Spain.

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This project has received funding from the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 as a Future and Emerging Technologies Action (FET Open) under Grant Agreement No. 664878.