The company has been established in 2007, as a spin-off company from the Tewati Group, at Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics, University of Szeged. Our products are related to ultrafast laser diagnostics, dispersion measurement and control, including frequency comb and carrier envelope phase.
We are located in the city of Szeged, which excels at optical and laser sciences in higher education and academic applications, including several institutions and departments of the University of Szeged as well as the Biological Research Centre. Furthermore, Szeged hosts the soon-to-be-completed attosecond laser facility, ELI-ALPS.
Our company is the first enterprise in Hungary dealing with the planning, establishment and assistance of plants operating exclusively on the basis of biogas technology.
The two cornerstones of our business approach are:
By being in the vanguard of scientific development, adaptation and service - both in Hungarian and international relations - we are determined to become the number one supply company of biogas plants, be it from the elaboration of the initial idea and the planning of investments, through the finding of resources to the starting and successful operating of the professional biogas producing equipment.
Hilase is specialised in developing, prototyping and producing instruments for measuring the concentration of gases or aerosols in various applications in accordance to the requirements of its costumers. Hilase already successfully completed commercialising an instrument family (Hilase-Ex) for the natural gas industry for measuring water vapour, hydrogen-sulphide and carbon-dioxide. The company also offers its measurement service in selected applications including
Hobré Instruments is a leader in the design, manufacture, marketing and maintenance of on-line analyzers, sample systems and complete turnkey analyzer systems. Established in 1978, our company focuses upon providing solutions for the oil and gas, (petro-)chemical, power generation, steel and food industries worldwide.
The Szeged-based Nanocolltech Development and Technology Exploitation Ltd. was established by two individuals – Dr. Imre Dekany, Professor at the Department of Physical Chemistry and Material Science, University of Szeged and Dr. Norbert Buzas Chemist and Innovation Manager. NCT was created with the intention of developing those kinds of nanostructured materials - such as metals, metallic oxides, complex liquids, reactive nanoparticles and surfaces – which can be directly used in industrial processes, and can easily be formed into products, respectively.
We develop digital medical technologies that offer a real alternative to conventional surgical interventions.
The core of our team is formed by clinical and research physicians experienced in digital medical science, dentists, software developer professionals specialized in medical image processing, engineers and dedicated business investors sharing the company’s vision.