• Ceit-IK4 moves electromobility forward at the Go Mobility trade fair

    Ceit-IK4 presented its advances in electromobility at the Go Mobility trade fair  

  • Ceit-IK4, a leading research center for "Galileo", the european geolocation project

    Ceit-IK4, a partner in five research projects within the Galileo initiative, is to receive over 2M€ for its contribution to the EU's geolocation system, which aims to be an alternative to GPS

  • 30 years developing TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS for companies

    A private non-profit research center with​ ​over 250 employees, including 120 PhDs; we develop R&D projects

  • Close to the needs of INDUSTRY

    Continuous collaboration for more than a decade with top firms such as INTEL, ARCELOR MITTAL, CAF and ITP.

  • From SCIENCE to the market

    CEIT-IK4 has created 16 spin-offs based on technology development, employing more than 300 people. Four of them have been bought by companies on the NASDAQ, NYSE, PAR and MADX.  

  • EXCELLENCE in scientific activity

    Over the last 5 years, there have been more than 150 PhD Thesis defended, 400 papers presented at international congresses and 350 articles published in scientific journals.  

  • INTERNATIONAL collaboration

    Partnership with companies, research centers and
    universities from more than 20 countries. Ceit-IK4 has participated
    in 66 European-funded projects, 12 of which we have coordinated.

Our areas of research

We are passionate about innovation, both in our products and our areas of research.

News & events


  • Life ANADRY

    Dry anaerobic digestion as an alternative management and treatment solution for WWTP sludge


    Development of the complete workflow for producing and using a novel nanomodified Ti-based alloy for additive manufacturing in special applications


    Safer and more efficient double suspension Orbea bicycles.

  • ieHCB

    New fully electric long-range city bus.


    Manufacturing of aircraft parts without machining.

  • ODS

    Improving structural steels for nuclear fusion reactors.

  • ECUC

    Increasing high speed train braking capacity.