GRACE - Developing electrical characterisation methods for future graphene electronics is a 2016 Normative Joint Research Project of the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research. The project focuses on the measurement of the electrical properties of graphene. Its objectives are to develop validated measurement methods and protocols, including fast-throughput examples. The work is performed in collaboration with international standardisation committees, with an aim to initiate and develop dedicated documentary standards.

GRACE: Developing Electrical Characterisation Methods for Future Graphene Electronics / Callegaro, L.; Cassiago, C.; Cultrera, A.; D'Elia, V.; Serazio, D.; Ortolano, M.; Marzano, M.; Kazakova, O.; Melios, C.; Raso, F.; Matias, L.; Zurutuza, A.; Centeno, A.; Redo-Sanchez, A.; Kretinin, A.; Sann-Ferro, K.; Fabricius, A.; Weking, G.; Bergholz, W.; Fabricius, N.. - (2018). ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2018 Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements tenutosi a Paris, France nel 8-13 July 2018 [10.1109/CPEM.2018.8501012].

GRACE: Developing Electrical Characterisation Methods for Future Graphene Electronics

L. Callegaro
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C. Cassiago;A. Cultrera;V. D'Elia;D. Serazio;
2018

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GRACE - Developing electrical characterisation methods for future graphene electronics is a 2016 Normative Joint Research Project of the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research. The project focuses on the measurement of the electrical properties of graphene. Its objectives are to develop validated measurement methods and protocols, including fast-throughput examples. The work is performed in collaboration with international standardisation committees, with an aim to initiate and develop dedicated documentary standards.
2018 Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements
8-13 July 2018
Paris, France
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