Graphene: the world's most famous two-dimensional crystal

Although hundreds of two-dimensional crystals exist, graphene is indisputably the most well-known. Why is it so famous? Certainly, due to its intrinsic characteristics. In fact, graphene is made of a layer of monatomic carbon, which has a mechanical resistance about 100 times higher than iron, thickness being equal, and moreover, it is flexible and stretchable. It has extraordinary thermal and electric conductivity, its current carrying capacity being higher than copper. In addition, it is optically transparent, has a huge surface area and is a virtually impermeable barrier against the vast majority of chemical elements.

Contribute to perfecting a world where people and their possessions will enjoy longer, safer and much intense lives.

The ability to mix two-dimensional crystals with already known materials (such as plastics) opens up a scenario unimaginable until a few years ago

The ability to mix graphene and other two-dimensional crystals with already known materials, such as plastics, opens up scenarios that were unimaginable until a few years ago in the industrial sector, thanks to the implementation of composite materials with mechanical, electric, optical and thermal properties impossible to achieve until now. As producers, we wish to be mindful and sensitive to the needs of companies that want to innovate, able to solve any problems by putting at their disposal new materials that will differentiate them on the market, and capable of conveying their best image to end customers.

Key People



Director of the Graphene Labs of the Italian Institute of Technology. Chairman of the Executive Committee of the graphene flagship ( and director of the ENERGY STORAGE activity within the graphene flagship.


He received a PhD in Physics at the University of Messina, carrying out his research activity at the CNR-IPCF, the Engineering Department of the Cambridge University (UK) and at the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the Vanderbilt University (USA).

Chief Technology Officer

In 2005, he graduated in Physics at the Pisa University, where in 2009 he received a PhD in Applied Physics.

S. Beke graduated in Physics from the University of Szeged, Hungary in 2001 and in Economics in 2003. In 2008 he received his PhD in Applied Physics.


President of the Board of Directors

Entrepreneur. He founded Mach2, the first company in Italy for the distribution of books in large-scale distribution and Via Via S. p. A., the network of newsstands in Italian railway stations.


Born in Genoa on 25/03/1974, he is active in the publishing sector since 1992. He is Chief Executive Officer of Liguria Press (turnover: 48 million euro).

Managing Director

He graduated in Industrial Chemistry at the Bologna University in 1969. He has been involved throughout his professional career of over 45 years in the fields of fine chemistry, manufacturing engineering, production of process equipment and ecology, holding various roles from the technical-commer

Sales managers

Commercial Manager

Born in Genoa on 30/04/1967. He has worked for over 20 years of real estate development both in Italy and abroad. Consultant for banking institutions in the management of NPL.

Commercial Manager

Sole director and sales manager (Italy) for Criogenia Srl, a Company that is the agent of Oxford Instruments for Italy.

Technical Advisory Board


Director of the Graphene Labs of the Italian Institute of Technology. Chairman of the Executive Committee of the graphene flagship ( and director of the ENERGY STORAGE activity within the graphene flagship.

Graphene Flagship’s Head of Innovation. Founder and CEO of several start-up companies, worked as director at Nokia Ventures Organisation and Nokia Research Centre.

He is one of the 9 members of the Graphene Flasghip Advisory Council. Dr. Colombo joined Texas Instruments (TI) in 1981, where he worked on a variety of materials research and development programs. It now manages external research and development activities.

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BeDimensional is proud to have contributed, together with the Graphene Labs of the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, to the realization of the first


BeDimensional S.r.l. was born from the Technological Transfer program of the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), and took inspiration from the initiative of leading worldwide researchers in the research on graphene and two-dimensional materials. The activity of BeDimensional is based on a patented method of production of two-dimensional crystals allowing control of their morphological properties.

The family od 2-Dimensional crystals

In addition to graphene, there are several other two-dimensional materials, made of different atoms and with different properties, produced by the same technology as graphene: Boron Nitride, Molybdenum Disulfide or Tungsten Disulfide, Black Phosphorus, Gallium Sulfide, Tungsten Selenide, Niobium Selenide, Tantalum Selenide.