Potsdam Science Park is one of the most innovative locations for science in the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region. Our strength is the concentration of excellent scientific institutions working closely together. Three institutes of the Max Planck Society and two institutes of the Fraunhofer
LORTEK is a non-profit private research institute with a strong knowledge and capabilities in materials science, processing, engineering, structural integrity and Digital technologies (artificial vision, data analytics, IIoT, sensors, connectivity, simulation, robotics, etc.) applied to
The Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM develops tailor-made measuring techniques and systems for industry. Many years of experience with optical technologies form the basis for high-tech solutions in the fields of production control, object and shape detection, gas and
The Prototyping and Innovation Centre (PaIC) is part of the Technical University of Kosice under the umbrella of the Faculty Mechnical Engineering.
The centre is active in a variety of areas:
- Design, manufacturing, testing & validating of prototypes
- Research, development and innovations
Gradiant, Spanish ICT technology centre, aims to improve the competitiveness of companies by transferring knowledge and technologies in the fields of connectivity, intelligence and security. With more than 100 professionals and 14 applied patents, Gradiant has developed more than 285 different R&D
The French Center for Rubber and Polymers (CFCP) is made up of five organizations intended to support the development of the rubber industry in France and Europe.
Cedrat Technologies SA is a high tech SME specializing in high performance mechatronics:
- Smart Actuators : Actuators & motors based on piezoelectric materials, EAP, ultrasonic effects,
- Smart Sensors : Magnetic, magnetostrictive, piezoelectric sensors, transformers or generators ; Force
IFOS was founded in December 1989 as a non-profit research institution of the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Since 1996, it has had the status of a scientific institution of the Technical University of Kaiserslautern.
The core competencies of the institute, with its 20+ employees, lie in