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Meeting between Spanish and Hungarian companies and institutions in Budapest.

Last Tuesday, following the 14th International Symposium on Nuclear Fusion Technology in Budapest (ISFNT-14), the meeting between Spanish and Hungarian companies and institutions took place. It has been the beginning of a fruitful collaboration that will continue to consolidate over the next few years.

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Conference "Technology transfer workshop" in ALBA synchrotron

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The Synchrotron ALBA organizes the "Technology Transfer Workshop (I2-TTW)" event to discuss technology transfer opportunities from the university to the company, in which there will also be a visit to the synchrotron facilities.

It is organized by the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC), and the ALBA synchrotron.

The event will take place on October 24-25, 2019 at the Synchrotron ALBA facilities in Cerdanyola del Valles.

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Edition 14 of the International Symposium on Nuclear Fusion Technology in Budapest.

Yesterday, representatives of the Spanish industry and scientific research met with the Spanish ambassador in Hungary (in the center) on the occasion of the 14th International Symposium on Nuclear Fusion Technology in Budapest. In the image, from left to right Gustavo Sarmiento Muñoz (SUPRASYS), José Miguel Carmona Torres (AVS Added Value Solutions), Erik Fernández Escudero (INEUSTAR and INDUCIENCIA), Angel Ibarra Sanchez (CIEMAT), Veruska de Prado (ICEX) and Angel García-Franco (Elytt Energy).

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Juan Fuster Verdú (IFIC), new institutional delegate of the CSIC in the Valencian Community

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The professor and researcher of the Institute of Corpuscular Physics (IFIC), Juan Fuster Verdú, was appointed last Monday, September 16, new institutional delegate of the CSIC in the Valencian Community, replacing José Pío Beltrán Porter.

The researcher is an expert recognized for his work on precision measurements of the Standard Model. Fuster launched in the IFIC a pioneer research group in Spain in the development of silicon detectors applied to particle physics, this group contributed to the construction of the ATLAS detector, one of the two large experiments of the LHC where the Higgs' Boson.

INEUSTAR was a relevant collaborator of the IFIC in "International Conference on High Energy Physics" (ICHEP-Valencia) which was led by Juan Fuster, organizing one of the first meetings between Spanish companies and international scientific facilities.

From INEUSTAR we want to congratulate Professor Fuster and convey our wishes for success in his new functions.

The Spanish industry in Large Scientific Facilities of particle physics, fusion and astronomy. Challenges and opportunities

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On October 30 will be held the day "The Spanish industry in Large Scientific Facilities of particle physics, fusion and astronomy - challenges and opportunities", organized by CDTI in the auditorium of its own facilities with morning hours. In order to achieve their scientific objectives, large international scientific facilities require working with technologically specialized suppliers in what is known as the science industry sector, or Big Science. This sector constitutes an emerging market whose contracting opportunities for the industry in the coming years (2020-2024) are valued at more than € 38,000 million.

The objective of the day is to present the challenges and opportunities for the industry as a supplier of the main research infrastructures in particle physics, fusion and astronomy in the coming years. In addition, the Big Science Business Forum 2020 will be presented to the Spanish business sector, the second edition of a business forum that will gather the main European research infrastructures in Granada in October 2020 with the aim of promoting the industry's business as a provider of such infrastructure.

The conference will also include the participation of representatives of CERN, ESS, F4E, IFMIF-DONES, ESO and SKA.

More information here