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IMPETUS at the FLEPS 2022

The IMPETUS project ( was presented at the IEEE International Conference on Flexible, Printable Sensors and Systems (FLEPS), which took place in Vienna from July 10th to 13th, 2022.

AIT’s IMPETUS team members promoted the IMPETUS pilot line and showed first examples of the biosensor test card at a booth (see photo).

Moreover, in the focus session “Printed biosensors for point-of-care diagnostics”, which was chaired by Rainer Hainberger and Giorgio Mutinati of AIT, Tim Kothe gave a talk on “Inkjet-printing for bio-functionalizing paper-based electrochemical biosensors”. This this presentation Tim Kothe also introduced the IMPETUS project to the audience. The recording of this talk is available onYoutube (

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