Veronica is a member of the Materials team at KTN. Her role includes helping businesses to gain insight into future trends in advanced materials developments and supporting access to Industrial Strategy Challenge Funds.
With a PhD in Chemistry, Veronica’s specialist technical knowledge is formulation and inkjet printing/additive manufacturing of functional materials with focus on plastic, paper, textiles and skin flexible (and stretchable) electronic applications. Prior to joining the KTN Veronica worked at the University of Manchester, as Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, developing and delivering resources in Innovation and Commercialisation of Research for doctoral students. She also worked as consultant and Senior Scientist for Nanoco Technologies Ltd, where she led and project managed a number of projects focused on the development of Quantum-Dots based applications.
Veronica is the author of several scientific papers, co-author of the book chapter: Fluids for Inkjet Printing in Inkjet Technology for Digital Fabrication. She was also a contributor to the delivery of the European Technology Roadmap, key output of DIGINOVA (Innovation for Digital Fabrication) an EU FP7 programme. She is the co-inventor of a water-based graphene inkjet printable formulation and the co-recipient of the 2015 Eli and Harari Graphene £50K Enterprise award, both integral to the formation of ThInk2D Ltd., a spin-out of the University of Manchester.