SNM: Scalable Nanomanufacturing of Graphene-based Real-time Water Sensors through Customized Inkjet Printing

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Within the proposed National Science Foundation Scalable Nanomanufacturing project entitled “Inkjet Printing as a Scalable Nanomanufacturing Platform for Graphene-Based Sensors,” Professor Hersam will be responsible for the graphene-based inks that will be incorporated into real-time water sensors via inkjet and aerosol jet printing. Specific research tasks include optimization of the graphene-based ink formulation, scale-up of the graphene-based ink production, and inkjet and aerosol jet printing of the graphene-based ink.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date9/1/197/31/21

Funding

  • University of Chicago (AWD101315 (SUB00000317)//2039268)
  • National Science Foundation (AWD101315 (SUB00000317)//2039268)

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