The PPARC Kite Club is pleased to announce that registration for the “CERN Magnets Workshop” is now open. The two day meeting will be taking place at CERN in Geneva the 7th and 8th of June.
The workshop is targeted at companies working in the fields of: magnet technologies, vacuum technologies, cryogenics, material development, precision machining and manufacturing technology– and companies interested in developing and offering CERN technologies as part of their production or product line. Participants will be limited to around 30 people from the high-tech companies around Europe.
The workshop will include:
• Overviews of current projects,
• Presentations on current technology trends.
• A visit to the CLIC (CERN Linear Collider) test facility and dipole magnet test assembly.
• Attendance at a networking event over dinner between Technology Transfer Groups and Industry Representatives.
• A presentation on the magnetic requirements of ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor).
Participants will have a unique chance for networking with CERN experts, Industry Liaison Officers and major suppliers of the Large Hadron Collider.
The workshop website has more details on the agenda and logistics.
To register your interest please go to:
More information on the LHC and associated technologies can be found at: http://public.web.cern.ch/Public/Content/Chapters/AboutCERN/CERNFuture/WhatLHC/WhatLHC-en.html
This symposium is part of ongoing work to ensure that industry is aware of these technologies, and has every opportunity to share in their development and exploitation.
Qi3 has built a reputation for effective ‘technology translation’ between public and private sectors, and the spinout creation / licensing of a variety of technologies. Qi3 Delivers the Innovation Advisory Service on behalf of PPARC and CERN to help UK businesses benefit from the diverse range of technologies developed by the PPARC community. For more information about Qi3 please visit the website www.qi3.co.uk.
If you would like to know more about this workshop, or the technologies mentioned above, please feel free to contact Nathan Hill at: Tel: +44 (0)1223 422404 or Email:firstname.lastname@example.org