KoSeWaqua – Cost-effective sensor chip for water quality analysis

The goal of the project is the development of a low-cost sensor for the quality analysis of water. It will build a microsystem in a credit card format, which, in addition to salts and heavy metals, can also detect organic constituents in sewage and mine wastewater - with sufficient sensitivity also in drinking water. The physical measuring methods  are used to provide information on the degree of contamination of the water within a few minutes instead of the extensive laboratory analysis.


"KoSeWaqua" – project presentation from the launching workshop1

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