Science Link is organizing a mid-term conference of the EU project Baltic TRAM regarding better cooperation between industry and analytical facilities in Stockholm October 25th and 26th. The conference will be split into two parts:
October 25th - Political Support
First will Ales Fiala, Head of Unit Research Infrastructures at DG Research and Innovation will give an overview about European Commission´s Action Plan towards Long Term Sustainability of Research Infrastructures. After him Stefan Michalowski, former head of the Global Science Forum administrative office, will present a worldwide study about structures of better cooperation with industry done by technopolis together with him. Then Akira Yamakawa, managing executive director at Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute (JASRI), will talk about the industrial use promotion programs at SPring-8 and Jean Moulin, head of the Working Group on Innovation of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI), will share the results and recommendations of the working group.
October 26th - Practical Examples of Collaboration
This part of the conference will show existing offers to industry. This includes offers by companies conducting research and measurements for industrial customers and by European projects to access universities and large-scale research infrastructures at reduced costs. CEOs of the two leading private service providing companies in Europe and the project leaders of most projects funded by the European Commission will be present.
For the agenda and registration please follow the link.