Richard Howe

Richard Howe
Richard is a member of our electronics, computing and physics patent team. He has an MSci in Physics from the University of Bristol, and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge. He completed his PhD in the Hybrid Nanomaterials Engineering group at the Cambridge Graphene Centre, with research focussing on developing functional inks and composites from graphene and related 2D materials. A major part of Richard’s PhD involved developing high concentration dispersions of graphene, and using these to formulate inks for commercial scale printing systems, and he is listed as an inventor on a patent application arising from this work. He was subsequently awarded a NanoDTC Translational Prize Fellowship, which supports translation of nanoscience research towards commercial applications, to continue this research beyond his PhD. He has co-authored more than 15 journal articles in the field, as well as a book titled “Printing of Graphene and Related 2D Materials”.

Recent Posts

Printing the unprintable – new technique expands graphene printing to previously unsuitable substrates

Richard Howe

Richard Howe
30 Oct 2019

Printing with graphene is a large and growing field, representing a highly promising range of techniques for translating the unique properties of .

Printing with graphene: exploring the inks set to unleash graphene's potential for mass-market applications

Richard Howe

Richard Howe
30 Aug 2019

Graphene has been widely heralded as a game-changer in the research and development of new materials, with potential applications in electronics,.