The ARC Research Hub for Graphene Enabled Industry Transformation is a collaborative research team across 5 Australian Universities and 5 industry partners who are committed to developing a sustainable graphene-based industry in Australia.
Graphene is an exceptional two-dimensional material with superior conductivity, flexibility and strength. It can be used to enhance existing products as well as producing entirely new products. Researchers in the Hub are developing graphene-based technologies and products for application in many sectors including mining, oil, gas and energy, biomedical, transport, construction, environmental, defence and space industries, with a view to developing an advanced materials manufacturing industry in Australia.
Collaboration with UNSW SMaRT centre
The University of Adelaide Hub team welcomed Scientia Professor and Laureate Fellow Veena Sahajwalla Director, Director, ARC Green Manufacturing Research Hub and Director, Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT@UNSW) and her team to discuss potential collaboration opportunities between two Hubs and Centre. Prof Veena is world leader on recycling science and she was […] MORE
Cross-continental knowledge-sharing in graphene research
The 2nd European Union-Australia graphene workshop, featured as part of Graphene Week 2019 in Helsinki, has been hailed a success by delegates. The workshop, organised by ARC Graphene Research Hub director, Dusan Losic, and Ken Teo of Aixtron, was held on September 23-24th 2019. The workshop aims to promote knowledge-sharing and foster collaborations from research […] MORE
ARC Graphene Research Hub Keynote Director Presentation
A keynote by Director of ARC Graphene Research Hub Professor Dusan Losic, University of Adelaide, at Graphene Standardisation Forum MORE