We can collaborate through scientifical partnerships
• Work-packages leading (ANR, H2020 projects)
• Active scientifical interactions/ contributions
• Milestones follow-up and redaction of intermediary and final reports
• Short period welcoming students in Klearia’s lab
IBAIA is a new initiative to tackle the increased demand for improved water quality monitoring solutions to meet the European Green Deal objectives. The project aims to develop four novel optimally functionalized sensor modules for detecting microplastics, organic chemicals, nutrient salts, and heavy metals, as well as measuring salinity and physicochemical parameters. The four sensors will be designed, tested, and packaged into a modular advanced multi-sensing system, offering a one-size-fits-all solution for many end users, and providing technological innovation to help the European Green Deal actions be met.
There is an urgent need to develop reliable and reproducible detection technologies for in situ and continuous monitoring of surface waters and wastewater. The AQUAE project will address this need by specifically developing dedicated chemical sensors that are versatile and adaptable enough to monitor priority substances and their degradation in a wide range of aquatic environments.
The AQUAE project will provide an attractive solution for real-time monitoring of nitrate concentration to control sustainable remediation processes such as phytoremediation (SCIRPE with DEEP INSA) and nutrient recovery treatment (Bioengine Laboratory, U. Laval, Canada).
By Cécilia, Assistant engineer @Klearia
The project relies on a recognition phase based on electrochemical molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs).
MIP based sensors will be incorporated into glass-based LoC devices. Sampling handling will be tailored in this programme to deliver deployable sensing platforms whereby in-situ sensor measurements in the marine environment will directly indicate specific organic pollutant concentrations.
The aim of the SURIMI project is to develop multi-detection metallic element sensors capable of performing robust and sensitive analyses in settings ranging from a laboratory environment to the harshest conditions (e.g. deep ocean and/or polar seas).
The aim is to develop small, portable, easy to use, and robust biosensor platforms to monitor marine contaminants with high sensitivity and specificity, offering the ability to work on site and in a wide range of matrices.