The French National Research Agency
Investments for the Future
As part of a government initiative to reinforce long-term French competitiveness, a major programme called “Investissements d’Avenir” or “Investments for the Future” was launched at the end of 2009. The ANR is the operator for the research and higher education component of this programme, which covers 21.9 billion euros.
Laureate of investments for the future in 2011, the LabEx Σ-lim project – “Ceramic materials and components specific to integrated, secure and intelligent communicating systems” explores the new technologies and hardware and software architectures that will form the communication systems of tomorrow .
Regional Council – Nouvelle Aquitaine
The contemporary societal and environmental challenges (population aging, renewable energies …) and the territorial challenges of innovation require a strategy of regional support.
AVRUL – Agency for the Valorisation or University Research in Limousin
An interface between research and socio-economic world, AVRUL accompanies the establishment of partnerships.
Limoges lies at the heart of an urban area of 260,000 inhabitants that is the main economic hub in the Centre-West of France and enjoys a central location making it ideal for all kinds of exchanges.
CERADROP, subsidiary of MGI Group, designs and markets Materials Deposition Inkjet Printers exclusively for Printed Electronics Industry and Smart 3D Printing.
French Society for Optics
The European Optical Society (EOS) is aiming to provide an organizational framework to scientists and engineers who work in academia and industry all across Europe.
FINAL ADVANCED MATERIALS is based in Rott, a few kilometers from Strasbourg.
Because high temperature is a professional business, since 20 years, FINAL ADVANCED MATERIALS design adapted solutions to industrial work in extreme conditions.
University of Limoges Foundation
The partnership-based foundation is a strategic system of promotion and development of the University of Limoges in all fields corresponding to its priority tasks: search for excellence, attractive training and vibrant student life.
ALPHA-RLH – The waves of innovation
The ALPHA-RLH competitiveness cluster supports companies and research laboratories in setting up and funding collaborative innovative projects.
Located in Bordeaux and Limoges, the cluster is based on two technological focus areas: Photonics-Laser and Microwaves-Electronics, with the support of digital solutions, for four application markets: Health (Medical devices and Autonomy), Aerospace & Defence, Communication & Security, Energy & Smart building.
PEC – European Pole for Ceramics
The cluster develops and a share of actions to promote knowledge and ceramic products and related materials, and also listening activities and gathering requirements from the user industries in order to promote emergence of innovative applications.