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In accordance with the standards of flexible electronics, the new testing device is made from hydrogel and liquid metal, while data processing is handled by machine learning algorithms. Currently, the device consists of a potentiostat, an electrochemical cell, and a connected computer, but all the components will soon be a unified system complete with a user-friendly app. How does the device work? And what kind of tests can it already perform? Read on to find out.
The creation of such materials became possible thanks to the joint efforts of researchers from St. Petersburg Academic University, ITMO University, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, and Aalto University. Learn more about its advantages and ITMO’s contribution to the research in this article.
Every January, the US city of Las Vegas hosts one of the world’s largest tech exhibitions, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which aims to showcase the trends that will define the development of hi-tech in the following year. This is where many corporations opt for premiering their newest releases. In this article, ITMO.NEWS continues the exploration of the ideas presented, from the most cutting-edge to the most gimmicky. You can get another, first-hand look at the exhibition’s display here.
Seven teams became winners of the International Contest of Engineering Teams “Kvantoriada 2019” (ICCET 2019) that took place in Moscow at the end of last year. Among them was the team Quantum from Astrakhan who got help from the scientists of ITMO’s Faculty of Physics and Engineering in the development of their prototype. Read more about the contest, its participants and the joint effort of scientists and students in this article by ITMO.NEWS.