Technology Transfer and Industrial Relations in Research Infrastructures
Trieste, 6 - 7 June 2013
The ERF Workshop “Technology Transfer and Industrial Relations in Research Infrastructures” will bring together experts from research infrastructures, policy makers and industry to share real experiences, best practices and new challenges in the collaboration between industry and research. The scope of the workshop is also to underline the role of Research Infrastructures in the context of Innovation activities in Europe.
TT and industrial relations in RIs Carlo Rizzuto | Document |
UK Science funding and how STFC implements Impact Ian Tracey | Document |
Technology Transfer in Germany Jorn Krupa | Document |
Relations between RIs and industrial companies in France Jean Pierre Caminade | Document |
Relations between RIs and industrial companies in France Jean Luc Lancelot | Document |
Overview of some previous studies and workshops Frank Lehner | Document |
Enhanced industrial uses and technology transfer opportunities at SOLEIL Philippe Deblay | Document |
Applied research with neutrons and technology transfer at Budapest Neutron Centre Laszlo Rosta | Document |
Knowledge and technology transfer hurdles and challaneges at ESRF Ed Mitchell | Document |
Technology Transfer and Industrial Relations in Research Infrastructures Andrea Foglia | Document |
Transfer opportunities at DESY Katja Kroschewsky | Document |
Expertise and technology for Industry at Elettra Marco Marazzi | Document |
Collaboration between Elettra and Zambon Chemicals on polymoprhs characterisation Livius Cotarca | Document |
Collaboration between Elettra and Zambon Chemicals on polymoprhs characterisation Maurizio Polentarutti | Document |
Quantitative assessment of steatosis by IR microspectroscopy Francois Le Naour | Document |
Commercialising of new technologies from RIs focussed on MTCA Friedrich Fix | Document |
Strategic management of the intellectual property at IIT Lorenzo De Michieli | Document |
Technology transfer through procurements - the CERN case Sandro Centro | Document |
Breeding ground for a rare species: the DESY incubator project tried fostering entrepreneurship from basic science Katja Kroschewsky | Document |
Evaluating ex ante the tecnhological impact of RIs Florian Gliksohn | Document |
HZDR Innovation GmbH - enchancing the commercial access to large RD infrastructures Bjorn Wolf | Document |
Innovation and growth - the vital role of Strategic Alliances Aldo Romano | Document |
Examples and learning from a company working within the accelerator community Wolfgang Diete | Document |
CERN impact driven innovation approach Enrico Chesta | Document |
The workshop will be held in the meeting Room of the NH Hotel in Trieste, about 200 m from the central bus and railway stations.
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The nearest airport is Ronchi dei Legionari (Trieste), located 32 km away from the NH Hotel.
From this airport: Public transportation: APT, Bus number 51. The ride takes 50-60 minutes. The ticket: €3.80 (one way), can be purchased from the 24-hour automatic ticket machine (arrivals hall of the passenger terminal)
Marco Polo Airport is located 150 km away from the NH Hotel.
From this airport: There is no direct public service to Trieste from Venice airport. Take ATVO fly bus, until Mestre train station. The ride takes 25-30 minutes. Then, the train from Venezia Mestre to Trieste centrale; 2 hours ride approx.
Antonio Canova Airport is located 160 km away from the NH Hotel.
From this airport: There is no direct public service to Trieste from Treviso airport. Take ATVO airport bus express, until Mestre train station. The ride takes 25-30 minutes. Then, the train from Venezia Mestre to Trieste centrale; 2 hours ride approx.
If you wish to get to ESO Headquarters, you need to take the turnoff Garching-Nord (Garching-North), which leads you directly to the "Forschungsinstitute" area. Go straight ahead at the traffic lights and continue until the road makes a sharp turn to the left. Do not turn left: ESO is straight ahead.
The ERF-AISBL Association has the not-for-profit purpose to promote the cooperation and the projects between european-level research infrastructures which are open, at international level, to external researchers. These infrastructures include national infrastructures as wel as european networks and consortia of research infrastructures.
Elettra - Sincrotrone Trieste is a multidisciplinary international center of excellence, specialized in generating high quality synchrotron and free-electron laser light and applying it in materials science.