The MARBLE, STONE AND MATERIALS TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRE provides the services necessary for technological development and innovative companies in the sector of non-energy mining. The opening of the Technology Centre was held on June 10, 1996. To fulfil its purpose, the Centre’s functions are:
The Alexandra Institute helps companies and organisations apply world-class IT research in practice. Since 1999, we have been on a mission to bring research outputs to market through partnerships and project collaboration with universities and companies.
WE BELIEVE THAT: Data-driven solutions
We are a leading research organisation in the area wood and wood-related renewable resources in Europe. Our core competences are materials research and process technology along the complete value chain – from raw material to finished products. We develop methods and basics and perform applied
JYVSECTEC – Jyväskylä Security Technology is JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Information Technology based research, development and training center focused for Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics. JYVSECTEC offers services by using Finland’s national Cyber
Vilnius University is open for collaborative research, contract research or any cooperation activities with business partners, including SMEs. Over 160 teams of researchers in various scientific fields – life sciences, physics and chemistry, information technologies, social sciences and humanities –
Mittweida University is a university of applied sciences in Central Saxony with a strong focus on research and transfer. Founded in 1867 as a technical center, the state university has more than 7.000 students in five faculties and four research focuses.
In the last few years, the university has
The Thuringian Institute for Textile and Plastics Research Rudolstadt e.V. (TITK) is one of the leading private material research institutes in the field of polymer functional and construction materials. As an industry-oriented institution with a modern technology park, TITK develops innovative