About our research

IMT has extensive experience in collaborating with industrial partners at all stage of the innovation process, from fundamental academic research to pre-industrial prototyping.

Its interdisciplinarity and its ability to develop devices and microcomponents and to integrate them into functional microsystems makes it particularly attractive for partners active in fields as diverse as health, security, communications, space applications or time measurement.

IMT develops in four broad directions: robotics and micro-manufacturing, optics, imaging and photovoltaic and micro- and nano- technologies which include micro-electronics, Micro-mechanics, Micro and nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS) and Micro-Opto-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MOEMS). Within these areas, the competences of the IMT are continuously developed in a broad variety of field detailed below: