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2019-07-15. Alessandro Cultrera INRIM Low frequency (1/f) electrical noise measurement setup based on a cross-correlation spectrometer in the range 10e-2 Hz to 10e+3 Hz.

Measurements of noise power spectral density at low frequency in graphene have already been successfully used to monitor the degradation of graphene layers (Appl. Phys. Lett. 112, 093504, 2018).
2019-06-21. José Antonio Morán Meza Laboratoire National de métrologie et d'Essais (LNE) LNE is a French National Metrology Institute and a recognized testing laboratory. Based on the comprehensive multidisciplinary capabilities of LNE-Nanotech institute, dedicated to metrology at the nanoscale, LNE develops reliable and accurate measurement methods for graphene-based materials and products. LNE is partner of the Graphene Flagship – Validation Service, involved in VAMAS TWA41, and expert at ISO TC229 and IEC TC113/WG8. For SRT-n03, the proposed contribution is mainly based on Scanning Microwave Microscopy for electrical conductance and capacitance measurements at the nanoscale. The instrument is installed in a N2 glove box for control of the ambient conditions (humidity, temperature). LNE also involves a four-point probes station to be equipped with a magnet to extract sheet resistance, charge carrier density and mobility. THz-TDS and conductive AFM can also be used. Access to accelerated ageing capabilities (UV, HR, T, salt mist, H2S, vibrations, mechanical stress, etc).
2019-06-20. Norbert Fabricius International Standards Consulting ISC operates the secretariat of IEC/TC 113 which was requesting the need of standardization on graphene reliability. ISC will offer to manage the standardization process which should be addressed from the start of the project. ISC personell has experience in the area due to similar work in other EMPIR projects: NanoMag, GRACE.
2019-06-19. Elena Taboada das-Nano das-Nano is a technological based company with broad expertise in the development of terahertz (THz) technology. das-Nano manufactures THz time-domain spectrometers (TDS) and develops customised software and hardware to solve problems of the industrial sector. Among other products, das-Nano has developed Onyx, a customised THz spectrometer to measure the electrical properties of graphene and 2D materials. das-Nano is a partner of the EMPIR-Euramet project 16NRM01 GRACE: Developing electrical characterisation methods for future graphene electronics.
das-Nano can contribute to the SRT-n03, Use of electrical key control characteristics to assess the degradation of graphene, with our THz-TDS knowledge for graphene characterization.
2019-06-19. Amaia Zurutuza Graphenea Semiconductor Graphenea Semiconductor (GSEMI) is an SME that manufactures and markets graphene materials for research and industrial applications. GSEMI produces CVD graphene on wafers for optoelectronics and sensors applications, Graphene FET (field-effect transistors) chips and Graphene Foundry services. GSEMI is focused in the research and development of graphene materials such as graphene films synthesised via chemical vapour deposition (CVD) and graphene powder synthesised using chemical exfoliation methods (graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide). In addition, GSEMI works in collaboration with end users in order to explore the potential of graphene in different applications.
2019-06-17. Miriam Ferrer Huerta National Physical Laboratory (NPL) NPL is also the UK's National Measurement Institute. NPL develops standardisation and calibration methods of the electrical properties of graphene, such as conductivity, mobility, resistance, conductance, etc. NPL have several environmental chambers suitable for long-term measurements under different humidity and temperature conditions as well as under controlled ambient and high-vacuum conditions. NPL also possess high performance mass flow controllers to allow the addition of reactive and contaminant gases at ppb levels on samples. NPL also has 2D material characterisation capabilities, including van der Pauw, STM, SKPM (Kelvin), SCM (capacitance), SThM (thermal), MFM (magnetic), AFM-IR, AFM-Raman, s-SNOM, microwave resonant cavity methods and time-domain THz waves spectroscopy, among others.
2019-06-17. Mariela Menghini IMDEA Nanociencia IMDEA Nanociencia is a non-profit Foundation created in 2006 by the regional Government of the Community of Madrid. With more than 170 researchers in a 10,000 m^2 facility (including a 200 m^2 clean room) can offer capabilities and infrastructures in the full value chain of graphene research:

1. Synthesis
2. Characterization
3. Funcionalization
4. Devices
5. Applications
6. Theory and Modelling

These activities are developed through 6 Research Programmes of the Institute:

a. Molecular Nanoscience and Chemical Synthesis
b. Time-resolved Optical Spectroscopy
c. Scanning Probe Microscopies and Surfaces
d. Transport in 2D systems
e. Nanostructured Functional Surfaces
f. Quantum Nanodevices

For more information please visit: https://www.nanociencia.imdea.org/research/research-programs
2019-06-14. JOSE ANTONIO MORAN MEZA Laboratoire National de métrologie et d'Essais (LNE)
2019-06-13. Panagiotis Dimitrakis Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, NCSR "Demokritos" Nanotechnology and Microsystems Laboratory comprise a Cleanroom Facility (300m2, ISO 6) with the following installations:
- Ultra-clean furnaces for diffusion and annealing, LPCVD (Si3N4, SiO2, poly-Si, LTO), Sputtering (DC, RF magnetron), ion implantation tool (25-200keV), wet chemistry and solvent benches, spin coating tools, hot plates, i-line mask aligners with backside alignment capability for optical photolithography (0.8μm), VISTEC EBPG5000+ e-beam lithography tool (8nm), UHV e-beam evaporator, 1 thermal evaporators, Annealsys Rapid Thermal Processing tool, Reactive Ion Etching, 5 atmospheric pressure annealing/diffusion furnaces, wafer lapping and polishing, STM, AFM, XRD, Jeol 7401 FE-SEM, Woolam Spectroscopic Ellipsometer, photoluminescence, electroluminescence, spectroscopic photocurrent and photovoltage measurements, two wafer probe stations and variable-temperature (4K-400K) wafer probe station for C-V-f, quasistatic and and fast I-V, HP4155A SPA, Keithley 4200 SPA
2019-06-13. Grzegorz Luka Central Office of Measures (GUM) Electrical noise measurements and spectroscopy in the frequency range of 10 kHz - 100 MHz. The measurements could identify, assess ad/or predict possible physical sources of graphene time instability.
Experience in physics and technology of thin films, and electronics.
Facilities: sensitive spectrum analyzer, ultra-low noise preamplifiers operating in the 9 kHz - 100 MHz range.

2019-06-12. Alexandra Fabricius DKE|VDE The VDE Association for Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies e. V. is one of Europe’s largest technical-scientific associations. The VDE combines a broad spectrum of scientific activities with work on industry standards and product testing. DKE German Commission for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies of DIN and VDE is the national organization responsible for the creation and maintenance of standards and safety specifications covering the areas of electrical engineering, electronics and information technology in Germany. DKE is the German member of IEC and CENELEC and holds the secretariat for IEC/TC 113 "Nanotechnologies for electrotechnical products and systems".
2019-06-10. Luca Callegaro INRIM Electrical resistance tomography system for graphene thin films
Climatic room, humidity and temperature controlled with measurement traceability
Expertise in normative activity related to graphene (IEC/TC113)

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