13 April 2021

Knowledge and technology transfer between ESS, other research facilities, industry, and academia

ESS will have Sweden's most complex control system, and will use machine learning to optimise operational reliability. Through several collaborations with industry and technology companies in machine learning and AI, ESS is also contributing to digitalisation and technology transfer.

Members of the project group photographed pre-Covid19. From left: Emma Söderberg, LTH, Karin Rathsman, ESS, Martha Dadson, ESS, Jan Eric Larsson, Goalart, Per Runeson, Computer Science LTH, Per Andersson, Goalart and Anna Hall, Director Big Science Sweden.

Big Science Sweden is playing a key role in this knowledge and technology transfer between ESS, other research facilities, industry, and academia.

“This knowledge and technology transfer is very important for technological development and digitalisation in Swedish and European industry,” says Anna Hall, Director Big Science Sweden.

“The collaboration projects within machine learning are one example of how ESS is promoting innovation and increasing competitiveness for SMEs and large companies.”

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