Lifecycle:1 Jan 1990 → Today
The Institute for Materials Research (IMO) is a research centre of Hasselt University with a vast knowledge in the field of materials science.
IMO has an integrated and intensive collaboration with IMOMEC (Institute for Materials Research in MicroElectronics), the department of IMEC (Interuniversity Micro Electronics Centre, Louvain) at the university campus in Diepenbeek.
While most of the more fundamental research is carried out at IMO, the largest part of applied research and projects in collaboration with industry are concentrated within IMOMEC.
The joint activities of IMO-IMOMEC concentrate on wide band gap materials, organic synthesis, organic materials for electronic applications, precursors for nanomaterials, biosensors, nanophysics and electrical, physical and chemical characterisation.
Keywords:ADVANCED CHEMICAL ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES, ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES, ANALYTICAL STRATEGIES, biosensors, CONDUCTING POLYMERS, CONJUGATED POLYMERS, electron spectroscopies, ELEMENTAL SPECIATION, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, FINE DUST, FUNCTIONALISED BIOPOLYMERS, heterostructures, impedance spectroscopy, INORGANIC NANOMATERIALS, LIQUID NMR, microgravimetry, molecular electronics, MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING, MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION, MATERIALS RESEARCH, MOLECULAR IMPRINTED POLYMERS, MULTIMETAL OXIDES, nanoparticles and -clusters, NANOTECHNOLOGY, opto-electronic spectroscopy, photovoltaic solar cells, plastic electronics, printable electronics, POLYMER NETWORKS, POWDERS, FILMS, COATINGS, RHEOLOGY, SCIENTIFIC SERVICING AND CONTRATC RESEARCH, SLOW AND FLASH PYROLYSIS, SOL-GEL, HYDROTHERMAL, MICROEMULSION, SOLAR CELLS, SOLID STATE NMR, wide band gap materials, WASTE RECYCLING
Disciplines:Nanotechnology, Sensors, biosensors and smart sensors, Energy generation, conversion and storage engineering, Materials science and engineering, Polymeric materials