2D Materials Integrated into Mass Production

The HEA2D consortium manufactured prototype systems and demonstrators for 2D semiconductor materials (Source: raigvi / shutterstock)

The process development project by the HEA2D consortium for innovative products made of 2D nanomaterials was successfully completed. They demonstrated an end-to-end processing chain of two-dimensional nanomaterials.

Aixtron, a worldwide leading provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry, has successfully investigated the production, properties, and applications of 2D nanomaterials in the HEA2D project together with five partners.

The result is that 2D materials integrated into mass production processes have the potential to create integrated and systemic product and production solutions that are socially, economically, and ecologically sustainable. Application areas for the technologies developed and materials investigated in this project are mainly composite materials and coatings, highly sensitive sensors, power generation and storage, electronics, information and communication technologies, as well as photonics and quantum technologies.

In addition, the knowledge gained in the project led to further development of the existing system technology. Together with the project partners, prototype systems, and demonstrators for 2D semiconductor materials were manufactured and successfully tested. HEA2D is a research project bye Fraunhofer IPT and was supported by the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020. (Source: Aixtron)

Links: Aixtron SE, Herzogenaurach, GermanyHEA2D Project, Fraunhofer IPT, Aachen, Germany 


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