A standard sheet of paper that, without using adhesives, incorporates electronic circuits printed with conductive ink. Papertouch provides an alternative to conventional electronic circuits that use plastic and glues.
The potential of the PaperTouch project to create industrial value is reflected in the imminent creation of a start-up. Fanny Tricot, (PhD in Process and Materials Engineering) who has been involved in the research project, will take over as CTO. She is currently looking for a Business Development Associate to complement her technical and R & D expertise. Backed by Linksium's SATT (Technology Transfer Acceleration Company), the start-up company is set to be incubated from February 2019 onwards.