The event will see eight of the 80 or so businesses belonging to the cluster giving presentations in turn of a maximum of eight minutes, and not a second more, to their peers.

They will be 3D, Amova, Aperam, CPI, Demeter-IM, e-Xstream, Intelligentsia Consulting and Rotarex. The ‘panel’ incorporates an interesting mix of representatives from established companies, some pretty large, and newer smaller organisations, which is perfectly in keeping with the cluster’s philosophy. Indeed, as Caroline Muller, Cluster Manager – Materials & Manufacturing at Luxinnovation and the brains behind the event, explains, “Enabling our members to meet with one another under the best possible conditions with a view to forming new partnerships means that we can advance a lot further together. The format of the event clearly reflects the desire on the part of our members to be able to take part in more networking sessions.”

The University presents itself too

This pitching session will be introduced by Nicolas Didier, Chairman of the Luxembourg Science Center. The event will begin with an introduction to the University of Luxembourg’s Physics Physics and Materials Science Research Unit and the Physics of Advanced Materials Laboratory (LPM). “Companies don’t always know what’s going on within the University’s walls, but it has in fact already undertaken a number of effective collaborations with players in the industry.”

The Luxembourg Science Center is a centre of scientific and technological discovery that is designed to be both fun and entertaining. It provides around a hundred experimental stations, spectacular shows and participatory workshops that really make learning enjoyable. It’s supported by some thirty institutional and private partners, some of which are members of the Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster.

If you are a member of the Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster and interested in taking part in this third edition of Present Yourself you can register online now!

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