Date and time
Thursday, 3 June 2021 09:00 - 16:00
Big Science facilities are not only important as major research tools for academia. The actual building and upgrading of these facilities drives the development of new, cutting-edge technologies and processes. This new technology not only boosts the Big Science community but can often be used in unrelated research areas and may have major impact on other societal challenges and innovation.
There are multiple benefits for academia when engaging in contributions to the upstream delivery of technology to Big Science facilities - scientific, technological and societal. Another possible benefit is new collaboration with industries that manufacture products used in Big Science.
This workshop focuses on Chalmers University of Technology past, present, and future involvement in upstream delivery to Big Science facilities.
This event is co-hosted by Chalmers University of Technology and Big Science Sweden.
For more information:
Carin-Eklöf, Big Science Sweden and Chalmers Industriteknik