Join us on our path to excellence, transfering years of scientific research at the Chemnitz University of Technology into a market ready solution. Our primary business field will be the production and distribution of nanocomposite force sensor materials.

Upscaled Production

NanoSen is upscaling the manufacturing process for nanocomposite force sensors, which has so far only been proven at a laboratory scale.

Scientifically Proven

Various parameters were examined and finally a series of electromechanical tests were performed to obtain the best performance of our nanocomposite sensor material.

Quantifiable Results

In an standard configuration, measurements can take advantage of the high sensitivity in the low force range (~10 N), as well as capture a wide measurement range of up to 400 N.

Key Technology

NanoSen force sensor materials offer a cost-effective solution to enable the development of new products without significantly increasing the base price of the product in comparison to conventional sensors.


With our variable production process, we will be able to deliver a highly customizable product that can be tailored to the needs of the end application.

Cost Efficiency

The sensors are based on optimized parameters to offer a wide range of special sensor properties at low production costs, providing economies of scale for all applications.

"As a dynamic start-up we don't acknowledge problems, our daily business is to overcome challenges."


NanoSen is a start-up project of the Chemnitz University of Technology, which is developing an innovative process for the mass production of force sensors at the Chair of Measurement and Sensor Technology. We are currently in the early stages of business development with the foundation of the company being planned for the beginning of 2024.


NanoSen started in October 2022 under EXIST research transfer funding and consists of an international team of 4 members.

Rajarajan Ramalingame
Sensor Development

Our expert in the design and layout of polymer force sensors

Joseph Stephens
Business Development

Dedicated to strategic and operative business ventures

Dr. Sonia Bradai
Product Safety

Responsible for safety aspects througout the product life cycle

Rick Henkner
Technical Manager

Head of technical development and realization of manufacturing processes



Technische Universität Chemnitz
Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik
Professur Mess- und Sensortechnik
Gründungsprojekt NanoSen
Reichenhainer Straße 70, Zi. 2/W217
09126 Chemnitz