Advanced 2D Materials for printed electronics

Developing New 2D Materials and Heterostructures for Printed Digital Devices using sustainable liquid exfoliation and deposition methods.

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2D-PRINTABLE Project Introduction

2D-PRINTABLE aims to fully unlock the potential of 2D materials, making them indispensable asset in the field of printed electronics.

By employing sustainable and affordable techniques known as liquid exfoliation, the goal is to create more than 40 new 2D materials using machine learning and AI methods. Moreover, the project will develop innovative printing and liquid deposition techniques to fabricate nanosheet networks and heterostructures with unique properties, facilitating the production of advanced printed digital devices. These materials will be integrated into printable 2D-based heterostructures specifically designed for digital technologies. The goal is to use these materials as the foundation for various printed electronic devices, including transistors, solar cells, and LEDs, that will deliver exceptional performance.

2D-PRINTABLE in figures

26% progress

of the total project.
2D-PRINTABLE started at October 2023 and will run for 36 months.

3,999,996

funding from the European Commission in Horizon Europe program.

9 partners

from 7 different countries.

2D-PRINTABLE Kick-off

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2D-PRINTABLE Partners

Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

Université de Strasbourg

University of Kassel

BeDimensional S.p.A.

Technische Universität Dresden

University of Chemistry and Technology Prague

Uniresearch B.V.

University of the Bundeswehr Munich

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

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