"Organic electronics is the collective term for a range of research and business development activities based on new, organic semiconducting materials. The main target applications are organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs), organic photovoltaics (OPV) and printable electronics."
The Becquerel Institute provides research and advisory services to private companies as well as to public and institutional organisations in the field of renewable energies, and PV electricity in particular. It provides advisory excellence by combining a recognised high quality internal expertise...
Eupen is an independent manufacturer of a large range of electric cables. We provide complete cable packages for your photovoltaic installation or plant. Our flexible production capability is based on extensive expertise in raw materials as well as our own design and product testing capacities.
Centexbel is a research center on textiles with a number of applications: clothing (protection and comfort), coatings in which an intelligent layer can be inserted, etc
Applied research centre with focus on the development of multidisciplinary simulation technologies for Aeronautics
CSL (the Liège Space Center) is a department within the University of Liège that conducts research and tests on space technology. CSL is also involved in a number of technology transfer programs that support the region's industrial fabric
The CRM Group was formed through the merging of the talents and resources of two research centers: the Center for Research in Metallurgy (CRM ASBL - est. 1948) and the Center for Advanced Coatings & Construction Solutions (AC&CS, RDCS, est. 1990).
ELIOSYS’ main mission is to test product response to climatic and environmental constraints. In 2009, Julien Thiry launched ELIOSYS with none other than MeuseInvest as his financial partner.
Cooperative - Public-private partnerships - Fund raisings
Basic and applied research in the key areas of ICT, electronics and applied mathematics
[The Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry has a permanent staff of 3 persons (Prof Yves Geerts, Ms Adrienne Remacle Ms Françoise Van Eycken and Ms Anne Laurent) and is composed of 8 postdocs and 3 Ph.D students. Research topics involve organics semiconductors and discotic liquid crystals.]
Lasea specialises in laser applications: plastic welding, marking, surface treatment and micromachining
Research and Development activities - Polymer and Grätzel cells.
MULTITEL is a Belgian technological innovation center specialized in applied research and development for business. Multitel works in five areas of R&D: Applied photonics, Networks and Telecoms, Signal Processing and Embedded Systems, Machine Vision, and Railway Certification
PolyOne is a specialized polymer material solution provider with a global understanding of the photovoltaic market and a broad portfolio that provides safe, effective solutions for the solar industry.
Sirris, the collective centre of the Belgian technology industry, helps companies to introduce technological innovation enabling them to strengthen their competitive position