Following on from the highly successful NPL Graphene Conferences in 2012 and 2014, the Graphene & 2-D Materials Conference 2016 aimed at addressing some of the new applications for graphene, metrology and technology. 

Eksagon was invited to present its insights on a number of research to commercialization hurdles that 2D-Materials industry faces currently and shared its experiences through its own journey of technology development. 

The invited talk comes after an award winning year for Eksagon which saw them secure a Royal Society of Chemistry prize, being finalist at the Hello Tomorrow competition and joining the european Graphene Flagship project as an Associated Member.

Antonios Oikonomou discussing the need for next generation energy technologies

Antonios Oikonomou discussing the need for next generation energy technologies