Novamina Innovative Technology Center

a?kovinski Klanec 17 Gornje Vrap?e

10000 Zagreb - Croatia.

NOVA Centre of Innovative Technologies is a Croatian based R&D centre operating primarily in energy, RES, environmental engineering and processing development of technologies/products for the industry. NOVA is oriented towards the research in the industrial environment, particularly in the SME (and large companies) sector. NOVA is a RTD organization, having Brodarski institute of Advanced Technologies Croatia as its partner and a major shareholder (<>;) and as a Joint Research Unit. Over the last decade they have successfully delivered and managed more than 25 large national, regional, European and World Bank collaborative R&D projects. Together with its partner-owner NOVA assembles the leading regional Research Institute pool in the area of marine and processing technologies. The organization has access to over 110 researchers, scientists and engineers and is seated in Zagreb, the Croatian capital. It is surrounded by the largest regional leading universities which are also based in Zagreb, where NOVA implements its mission in cooperation with other scientists and institutions both from Croatia and abroad. NOVA consists of a respectable team of engineers and scientists in mechanical, electrical, process technologies, biochemical, marine and other engineering fields. The organization has at disposal numerous facilities, starting from the dozens of laboratories, marine and process technologies testing facilities (cavitations, shock and vibrations, ultrasounds, noise etc.), fully operating towing tank for model testing, large conference room, meeting and office space.

Jasmina Petrinovic
Tel:+385 13499777
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