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Development of the next generation of 3D printed EMI shielding solutions based on 2D nanomaterials inks

Project description

2D materials as a means to protect sensitive electronic devices from interference

As we welcome wireless technology into more areas of our life, engineers are seeking to find materials that can effectively prevent electronic devices from interfering with each other. Electromagnetic shielding typically uses metals such as copper to create a protective barrier around sensitive electronic systems and nullify radiation. However, many materials are prone to corrosion. Owing to their outstanding electrical, thermal and mechanical properties and versatile surface chemistry, 2D nanomaterials are great candidates for electromagnetic shielding applications. The EU-funded 2D-EMI project will investigate the economic and technical feasibility of using readily scalable additive manufacturing technologies for developing high-efficiency and customisable EMI shielding solutions based on 2D nanomaterials.

Coordinator

THE PROVOST, FELLOWS, FOUNDATION SCHOLARS & THE OTHER MEMBERS OF BOARD, OF THE COLLEGE OF THE HOLY & UNDIVIDED TRINITY OF QUEEN ELIZABETH NEAR DUBLIN
Net EU contribution
€ 150 000,00
Address
College Green Trinity College
D02 CX56 Dublin 2
Ireland

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Region
Ireland Eastern and Midland Dublin
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Other funding
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