Adrianus's research is in Graphene CVD for Advanced Electronics.
This is an electron microscopy image of free standing graphene foam. Graphene foam is made by growing a few layes of graphene on the surface of a metal foam skeleton using a technique known as chemical vapour deposition. The metal foam skeleton is then removed by carefully dissolving it in an etching solution. Because of graphene's unique properties (electrically conductive, highly porous, lightweight), it has the potential to be used in many applications from chemical sensing to energy storage. Graphene is the new superhero of materials!