AMICI Second Annual Meeting took place in Salerno (Italy) from 22nd to 24th January 2019.
During the Second Annual meeting, AMICI partners reported the progress of the different work package activities and the status of the last deliverables. This meeting provided also the opportunity for participants to share views on the post-AMICI phase and on the presentation to the European scientific community of our concept of the Technology Infrastructure and its possible implementation.
The Partner and Industry Day was a unique opportunity for people from companies in Europe to convene in order to examine and discuss the opportunities in Big Science Organizations.
The collaboration between Big Science Organizations and Industry is vital for the realization of challenging scientific projects, like the LHC, ITER, ESS, EU-XFEL and FCC, that have recently projected Europe to an undisputed position of worldwide leadership.
We are pleased to invite you to the conference Superconductivity & Particle Accelerators being held in Kraków at The Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN) on November 26-30, 2018.
The conference is devoted to research in the domain of superconductivity and its applications in science, as well as on research in the field of particle accelerators, conducted in Polish research institutions as well as by Polish scientists working in the international laboratories. It is a continuation of the previous conferences, held at the IFJ PAN in 2012, 2014 and 2016. The objective of this conference is to identify current and potential areas of research in superconductivity and particle accelerators, developed and possible to develop in Poland and to determine the needs in the infrastructure to support this research.
AMICI-ARIES workshop on Intellectual Property in collaborating activities between Research and Technical Infrastructure and Industry.
Both EU projects ARIES and AMICI have identified IPR in common programs between Research or Technical infrastructure with industry as a topic that deserves more discussion with the aim to define standard common practices and procedures. Four presentations from KT representatives and experts of CERN, DESY, INFN and STFC are planned, followed by presentation and commen/pts from industries representatives ( C.Boffo from Babcock Noell GmbH – Bilfinger and A.Ceracchi from Cecom). The main point under discussion will be centered on how managing the possible IPR conflicts between industries and academia participating into joint projects.
Big Science Business Forum 2018 took place in Copenhagen on 26-28 February 2018. This event was the first one-stop-shop for European businesses and other stakeholders to learn about Europe’s Big Science organisations’ future investments and procurements worth billions of euros.
AMICI First Annual Meeting took place in Uppsala (Sweden) on 21 February 2018.
Tools and strategies to enhance industry-academia cooperation in the particle accelerator community.
The Industry Days were held in Padova on April 18-19. This workshop was a unique opportunity for key people from vital companies and Technological Facilities in Europe to convene in order to examine and discuss the goals and tangible actions of the AMICI project, so that the expected objectives can be reached with maximum efficacy and mutual benefit.AMICI Industry Days Flyer
The AMICI Kick-off meeting took place in Paris on January 18.