BioInfoTech lab performs active research in the fields of Bioinformatics, Bioautomation and Bioengineering. We develop the newest branches of Biotechnology, Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology, Biomedical instrument fabrication and Bioinformatics.
The aim of the Virtual and Augmented Reality Lab is to develop and apply virtual and augmented reality and the related innovative technologies, work methods, tools and equipment in various fields of industry, science, education and social life.
The main objective of the 3D Creativity and New Products Rapid Prototyping Laboratory is to develop a research capacity for the application of innovative technologies for materialization of virtual 3D models with complex forms in a very short time. The lab’s mission is to create innovative practices and to build unique and accessible opportunities for research and development in the field of 3D creativity through systems for quick physical manifestation of new ideas and products in order to shorten the time to market.
The Intelligent Communication Infrastructures Laboratory specializes in research and development activities, to perform measurements and testing in the areas of railway traffic management and security systems, 5G communications and the Internet of Things (IoT). The laboratory is equipped with the main technological solutions for testing specific products and systems in the field of railway transport, as well as specific equipment and software for research in the field of 5G communications and for LoRaWAN, IoT and M2M applications.
The laboratory aims, in collaboration with research organizations and industrial clusters, to become a leading center that facilitates the access to specialized software and CAD systems and contributes to the development and maintenance of highly qualified specialists in the field of artificial intelligence.
MINOLab’s mission is to setup, maintain and develop applied and innovative research, testing, analysis, design and prototyping for printed circuit boards (PCBs), micro- and nanoelectronics with an accent on electromagnetic compatibility, RFID, MEMS, and biomedical applications. The lab’s goal is to solve problems originating from real world applications in electronics, microelectronics and nanoelectronics, development hi-tech as well as affordable methods and tools for design, modelling and testing.
The laboratory works for the creation, development, and coordination of common national capacity in the following areas: Cyber-resilience and flexibility of information and management systems; Situational awareness of the levels and impact of the digital dependence of society and economy, and the consequent risks and cyber-vulnerabilities, their prevention, and the overall preparedness for cyber-attacks and incidents; Vulnerability research, threat modeling, and replication of cyber-physical systems with a potential cyber-hybrid impact; Development of standards and methodologies for the design, development, and protection of cyber-dependent critical systems and resources, digital ecosystems, and the overall improvement of the cybersecurity posture of IT-intensive systems.
HPC Lab offers unique solutions of complex problems like uncovering hidden characteristics, exploring unknown correlations in natural phenomena as well as predicting market trends and even estimating customer preferences using techniques like HPC (high-performance computing), AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Big Data analytics. HPC Lab offers reliable and sustainable (24/7) computational resources, meeting the needs of the research and academic community as well as those of the small and medium enterprise sector on a national and regional level.
The laboratory performs research based on “In Silico” methods, physicochemical and biopharmaceutical analysis for pharmaceutical purposes. Potential partners and clients of the laboratory can be research teams with similar scientific interests in our country or abroad, as well as manufacturers of generic drugs, food supplements, cosmetics, etc. The laboratory is part of the Biopharmaceutical Laboratory Complex “BioPharma”.
The laboratory provides state of the art equipment in the following areas: cell cultures, DNA analyses, microbiology, pathogenic microorganisms, GMOs, ecotoxicological research, in vitro plant cultures etc. The laboratory is part of the Biopharmaceutical Laboratory Complex and its main task is evaluation of the biological activity and toxicity.
The primary mission of the laboratory is to support the utilization of the existing biodiversity in Bulgaria – medicinal and aromatic plants, which are of high quality and contain active ingredients, thus stimulating sustainable development and economic growth. The laboratory is a part of the BioPharm Lab Complex in Sofia Tech Park.