The project is a collaboration between ULB, MateriaNova and the European Space Agency to manufacture and characterize a thermally stable piezoelectrically actuated flexible polymer reflector. The active material is envisaged to be used in deployable space telescopes for nanosatellites. The built-in active control will allow the reflector to correct disturbances from manufacturing, thermal loads, and stowage-induced creep. The result is the creation of small satellites carrying telescopes with apertures larger than the size of the satellite. Future applications include Earth Observation (EO), Laser Communication (FSOC) and Astronomy.