Holst Centre boasts state-of-the-art facilities for developing wireless sensor technologies and flexible electronics.
We are located at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, with 150 high-tech companies and institutes, and more than 10,000 employees from 85 nations. Our partners benefit from an extensive network of facilities, including lab spaces and cleanrooms. We invite you to take a virtual tour of our premium facilities, or even better: come visit us.
This is where you will find our offices and analyses labs.
This multipurpose cleanroom of Philips Innovation Services is specialised in medical devices.
These open facilities are designed to perform materials analysis and reliability investigations of consumer products, medical equipment, lighting products and other high-tech products.
Thin-film transistor labs & cleanrooms
These cleanrooms and labs are optimally equipped for thin-film transistors, spatial ALD and batteries. These facilities include large-area OLED and OPD deposition tools, laser facilities, and a cleanroom plate line for maskless lithography and etching. Substrates of 15x15cm2 up to gen1 (35x32cm2) can be used to manufacture any flexible electronic device, including displays, sensors and batteries.
TNO Material Solutions & Chemical Lab
Lab dedicated to the development of innovative materials with advanced functional properties. These materials offer custom-made chemical compositions and nano- or microstructures.
Hybrid printed electronics labs & cleanrooms
Here we have our cleanrooms and labs for Hybrid Printed Electronics. This facility features multiple roll-to-roll production lines for printing, moulding, thermoforming, laminating, coating, soldering, 3D-printing and laser-transferring of flexible electronic components and systems. Flexible substrates such as foils, fabrics and paper can be used with a web-width of up to 30cm, both R2R and S2S.