- Nanofabricated sensors for impurities in water have shown great promise, but have seen limited deployment because of relatively high manufacturing costs.
- This project seeks to create new mass manufacturing methods to create inexpensive and reliable water quality sensors.
- Coming soon
This research has been supported by:
- The National Science Foundation Scalable Nanomanufacturing. Project titled: Customized Inkjet Printing of Graphene-Based Real-time Water Sensors Started 8/1/2017 Award number: 1727846, Program Officer: Khershed Cooper