Individual talks by JPL and Caltech experts on graphene to present the different ambits of application in which graphene is currently being used on campus, roundtable among the participants to identify graphene's potential applications and impact for future NASA missions: atomic-scale detectors, high-frequency sources, efficient thermal dissipation, expandable structures, etc., discuss the viability and a possible roadmap to establish a high-quality graphene CVD production process.More »
Recent demonstration of 300 GHz transistors using graphene supports projection of developing high speed devices that operate at THz levels by 2020 with potential to develop fully functional high speed circuits that can be employed in missions by 2028More »
|Organizations Performing Work||Role||Type||Location|
|Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)||Lead Organization||FFRDC/UARC||Pasadena, California|
|California Institute of Technology (CalTech)||Supporting Organization||Academia||Pasadena, California|
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