Elettra for Industry

Companies can develop their innovation projects at Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, an international research centre which is also at the service of companies and organisations that need state-of-the-art tools to develop their projects.

The Industrial Liaison Office is the direct access point to the scientific and technological network of the research centre.

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Industrial Liaison Office

Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste developed and built Elettra, the third-generation synchrotron light source, and FERMI, the free-electron laser. Over time, numerous state-of-the-art laboratories have been added, further consolidating the centre's technological capabilities. This capital of expertise is available not only to other research centres and universities, but also to industrial and high-tech companies for research and technology transfer activities. Industrial research and development initiatives and projects will find in the Industrial Liaison Office an attentive partner in evaluating the best investigation and measurement techniques, capable of tackling the proposed problems and achieving the desired objectives.

In addition to industrial applications, Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste is a world leader in the design and supply of scientific instrumentation and technology transfer activities.

It is the only European research institute of its kind to boast service and process quality according to ISO 9001: 2015, OHSAS 18001: 2017 and UNI ISO 29990: 2011 certifications.

To find out more about the industrial applications and instrumentation available click on the topic of your interest.


Industrial application

farmaci e Biotecnologie Energia e Ambiente Chimica e Catalisi
Pharma & Biotech Energy & Environment Chemistry & Catalysis
Materiali High Tech Elettronica Prodotti Largo Consumo
High Tech Materials Electronics Consumer Products



Strumenti scientifici Componenti di acceleratori Prodotti in licenza
Scientific instrumentation Accelerator building blocks Licensed products
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 September 2022 15:03