Sgenia is an engineering company with activities in design, implementation, integration, testing and pilot series batch manufacturing of advanced materials. It also develops projects, products and process in relation to sensor systems, improvement of materials and CAD/CAE software at nanoscale level.
The company offers computer simulation services to companies developing innovative and cutting edge technology based on the properties of materials at the atomic scale. SIMUNE is a spin-off company launched as a joint venture of a group of scientific experts and the Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center CIC nanoGUNE.
Yflow uses electro-hydrodynamic (EHD) micro-fluidic techniques to generate fine and ultrafine electrified coaxial microjets of two immiscible liquids. The control of these remarkable coaxial jets allows to form nanoparticles such as capsules, hollow spheres, hollow fibers and coaxial fibers, which are crucial for a variety of industrial and research applications.