“ The world population will continue to grow in the 21st century to become
nine billion by 2050. The need for new sustainable products and materials
will grow with it as well. ”
“ New transportation concepts are needed to meet the mobility ambitions
of a growing population. Lightweight materials will be crucial to come to
sustainable solutions. ”
“ Energy neutral or even energy generating housing solutions will depend
on smart materials, controlling the in-house climate and supporting living
comfort based on sustainable energy only. ”
“ Local manufacturing will help to generate personalized solutions in consumer
and medical products, without the need for global transportation. ”
The heart of the Brightlands Materials Center is an evolving ecosystem where scientific excellence, innovative applications and societal challenges come together.
The Brightlands Materials Center offers a meeting place at Brightlands Chemelot Campus and close collaboration with a global network of leading companies along the value chain and renowned universities and institutes.
In our shared research programs, where scientists, R&D researchers and students come and work together, we secure application-driven research along the whole chain of knowledge.
During our Partner Event, we met up with Roel Huis in ‘t Veld from Kriya Materials. Roel is an important partner of Brightlands Materials Center, and is since 2012 the director of Kriya Materials B.V. Please, let us introduce Kriya Materials to you!
Johan Tiesnitsch is a business developer for the Sustainable Buildings program of Brightlands Materials Center. As a business developer Johan has a very interactive job, where meeting people from the industry and creating new business opportunities is one of the most important facets in his day to day activities.
3D-printen maakt het mogelijk om complexe gepersonaliseerde producten zoals prothesen en implantaten te maken rechtstreeks vanuit een 3D-scan. Om dit......26 januari, 2017