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EPSRC Support by Research Area (Graphene and Carbon Nanotechnology) in Theme (Engineering)

Research areas are used to describe EPSRC's portfolio of excellent long term research and high quality postgraduate training.

Grants are classified using one or more research areas. The number and value of grants listed below reflects how the theme portfolio is described by this research area.

Please note: some research areas will appear under multiple themes. There is no unique, absolute, relationship between a research area and a theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
Investigator
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
Correlative Mapping of Crystal Orientation and Chemistry at the NanoscaleHaigh, Professor SJUniversity of Manchester, TheMaterials 1,385,872
Engineering Fellowships for Growth: Imperceptible smart coatings based on atomically thin materialsCraciun, Professor MFUniversity of ExeterEngineering Computer Science and Maths 1,126,501
Engineering van der Waals heterostructures: from atomic level layer-by-layer assembly to printable innovative devicesFalko, Professor VUniversity of Manchester, ThePhysics and Astronomy 4,056,135
FINESSE NanoBio (Fabrication and Imaging of Neon-Etched Structures and Surfaces for Engineering, Nanoscience and Biotechnology)Daly, Dr RUniversity of CambridgeEngineering 2,427,240
Graphene nanosensors for scanning Hall microscopy and susceptometryBending, Professor SJUniversity of BathPhysics 398,637
Integrated GaN-Diamond Microwave Electronics: From Materials, Transistors to MMICsKuball, Professor MUniversity of BristolPhysics 4,325,358
Integrated Plasma Source Focused Ion Beam with Scanning Electron MicroscopeWatts, Professor JUniversity of SurreyMechanical Engineering Sciences 789,139
Ion Transport through Atomically Thin Cap74illariesBoya, Dr RUniversity of Manchester, ThePhysics and Astronomy 101,218

Total Number of Grants: 8
Total Value of Grants: £14,610,100

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).