Hilde Krikor
Denis Vandormael

Since 2011 companies have been able to contact the Sirris Microfabrication AppLication Lab (SMALL) to find out more about the potential of microfabrication and miniaturisation. The machinery available for this has recently been increased resulting in laboratory facilities encompassing a comprehensive microfabrication chain. Moreover, the laboratory is involved in numerous projects and can also rapidly respond to emerging trends. This has been accomplished in close collaboration with industry and its partners.

Hans Vercammen

CE+T Power, an SME based in Liège, is one of the finalists in the 'Little Box Challenge' competition organised by Google and IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

Hilde Krikor
Denis Vandormael

Change2Micro wants to stimulate microprocessing of plastics in Flanders. Therefore, the project partners are organizing a seminar on November 13 to link the plastics processing industry to the member companies of FlandersBio and DSP Valley.

Fabienne Windels

On September 18 Sirris will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of moving to Seraing. It is therefore an ideal time in the company of Walloon minister Jean-Claude Marcourt to give our vision of the future, and based on significant examples, to demonstrate the impact our evolution has had on companies.

Peter ten Haaf

The 15th euspen conference takes place in Leuven between 1st and 5th of June this year. The European Society of Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology (euspen) is an influential body bringing together industrialists, researchers, government departments, as well as new and established global players. Each year the conference attracts around 350 to 400 visitors. Sirris is one of the sponsors.

Denis Vandormael
Olivier Gramaccia

How do you print a circuit or a sensor on your products? The answer is: AJP (Aerosol Jet Printing) ! To showcase this innovative technology and its benefits, Sirris Microfabrication AppLication Lab (SMALL) will be holding a number of exhibition sessions on 7 October as part of the Week of Miniaturisation (6 - 10 October 2014).

Denis Vandormael

The possibilities of miniaturisation for product development appeal to the imagination. From healthcare to power supply or logistics: smaller devices provide unexpected benefits in many sectors. They astound due to their technological features, whereby they often go further than their larger counterparts. What can miniaturisation mean for your production? Be inspired during the Week of Miniaturisation, from 6 through to 10 October 2014 at the Sirris Microfabrication Application Lab (SMALL) in Seraing.