Indo-French scientists develop super touch sensitive material, next only to human touch (Indian Science Journal)

An article in Indian Science Journal published on 20 July 2017 on the publication of the research work of Dr. Dharmendra Pratap Singh, Post Doctoral Fellow at Université Littoral-Côte-d’Opale. Dr. Dharmendra Pratap Singh was awarded the prestigious Raman-Charpak Fellowship in 2014.

 

Indo-French scientists develop super touch sensitive material, next only to human touch (Indian Science Journal)
A team of Indian and French scientists have developed a touch sensitive material that enhances response rate by thousand times from existing materials. The material which has its applications in semiconducting devices with pico-ampere sensitivity mimics any biological system. This system is also able to store electrical energy more efficiently.

 

Dr. Dharmendra Pratap Singh completed his Ph. D. from University of Lucknow, India on topic entitled “Liquid Crystal-Nanomaterial composites”. He has also completed his six months Indo-French exchange tenure as Raman-Charpak fellow under the mentorship of Prof. A. Daoudi at Unité de Dynamique et Structure des Matériaux Moléculaires, Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, Dunkerque, France. Previously, he was a Senior Research Fellow (CSIR) in the department of Physics, Lucknow University, Lucknow (India).

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