The TRAQC system monitors the fabrication of next-generation devices with high speed and precision, reducing costs so that novel electronics innovation can happen as fast as possible.
TRAQC MODEL I
In-line printed electronics quality control system
Mariia completed her B.Sc. and M.Sc in applied physics in Russia before moving to Montreal to pursue her PhD at ETS, which she successfully defended in 2021. Her research focuses on the design of resonant photonic structures for industrial quality control, and she is passionate about bringing terahertz technology out of the lab and into the industrial sector.
Thanks to the McGill Weston Family Entrpreneurial Innovation and Sustainability Program for the guidance, connections, and support! We will use the 3rd prize winnings to continue development of our commercial system design to best serve the printed electronics industry.
Our COO Ben was awarded the best student poster at the Canadian Printed Electronics Symposium 2023 for his presentation on the technology underlying TRAQC! Thanks to Mitacs, ETS, and IntelliFlex for making this possible.
Thanks to the CPES 2023 team for having us in Montreal to discuss quality solutions with other major Canadian and European printed electronics firms. We're thankful for the opportunity and the recognition of our work!
Our CEO Mariia was able to travel to meet with various European colleagues to discuss the possibilities of printed electronics and the need for scalable quality assurance. Stay tuned for future collaborations!