EMPIR JRP 16NRM01 GRACE KICK-OFF MEETING
The project GRACE "Developing electrical characterisation methods for future graphene electronics" is a Joint Research Project of the European Metrology Research Programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR) of the European Metrology Association of National Metrology Institutes (EURAMET).
GRACE partners include three National Metrology Institutes - INRIM, CEM, NPL - and research centers, industries, normative bodies such as DasNano, Graphenea, ISC, UoM, VDE.
The objectives of the project are:
- to develop an accurate and traceable approach for the electrical characterisation of graphene through the development and comparison of different methodologies for both contact measurement and non-contact electrical measurement of its properties, with traceability to the electrical SI units. This will include the improvement of established techniques as well as the development of new methods
- to develop a high-throughput approach for the electrical characterisation of graphene, with the development of novel methodologies for non-contact electrical characterisations and their validation with established techniques
- to disseminate the metrology and methodologies established in this project in the form of Good Practice Guides (GPGs) and input to documentary standards.