[30-Mar] The company Ensa is the first BRONZE sponsor and you will be able to meet ENSA in the “Cluster de la Industria Nuclear de Cantabria (CINC)” stand inside the ILO Spain (CDTI) area exhibition: stand 33-42.

Ensa is one of the world's leading companies in the design and development of complex and critical equipment for Big Science and Space across the world.

For 40 years, Ensa has supplied components for nuclear plants all around the world in compliance with international standards and the most strict quality requirements. This has enabled Ensa to become a multi-system manufacturer, capable of succeeding in the most demanding fabrication of nuclear components under different codes and norms.

Ensa's outstanding industrial profile guarantees its presence in major projects such as ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor), in which, in addition to manufacturing different segments of TOKAMAK sectors, the company has developed all the robotic and automated processes for welding and inspection at the junction of these sectors.

For more info visit: www.ensa.es

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[25-Mar] Due to exceptional circumstances caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, BSBF2020 organisers have determined to refund congress fees in case of postponement or cancellation of the event by the organisation. 

Most European governments, including the Spanish one, have decreed strict measures in order to limit the spreading of the infection, hence slowing down the activity of the economy including the Big Science market for a short period, but BSBF2020 preparation activities continue.

 

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[23-Mar] BSBF2020 exhibition space has been nearly sold out, and there are only 15 booths available so far. Don’t miss your opportunity to become exhibitor!

All exhibitors, their details, point of contact and its location in the exhibition map can be check out at  https://www.bsbf2020.org/Exhibitors, and even you can download there the list of exhibitors (pdf).

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[18-Mar] First of all, we hope you are all in good health and taking the necessary precautions to protect yourself and your family against the coronavirus (COVID-19).

As you may know, in Spain the government has decreed strict measures in order to limit the spreading of the infection, due to this organisation site is temporarily closed but our activity continues the same, each one working from home.

The key message that we would like to convey is that October is still more than six months away and we are confident that the situation in Europe will stabilise in order to host BSBF2020 on the planned date, so we are working 100% towards this objective.

Needless to say, the organisation will be closely monitoring the progress of the disease in Europe and be ready to react to any change of scenario. But the current plan is to continue working towards meeting you all in Granada on 6-9 October.

You can see at BSBF2020 News that we are making progress at several levels: three sponsors (1 gold, 2 bronze) are already on board, we have published the list of participating SMEs in the SME track, all the technology transfer proposals provided are published in our website, and much more news to come...

That being said, we are aware that during March and April decision making across European organisations may be hindered at several levels, so we have decided to extend several deadlines.

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[16-Mar] BSBF2020 organisation is aware that during March and April decision making across European organisations may be hindered at several levels, so we have decided to extend several deadlines. All of these new dates has been published in our website:

 - Early-bird registration deadline:  deadline extended to 30 June

 - Technology transfer proposals submission deadline: extended to 30 June

 - Call for Affiliated Big Science Organisations: extended to 30 April

 

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[12-Mar] UPM - Big Science is supporting the BSBF2020 as BRONZE sponsor and you will be able to meet UPM Big Science at BSBF2020 in exhibition stand 60.

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) is the largest Spanish technological university specialized in all engineering fields and architecture. Currently, UPM has developed an initiative called UPM Big Science aimed at promoting and improving the participation in international programs and positioning UPM at the cutting edge in Big Science actions.

Among the contributions of UPM in Big Science, the following ones can be highlighted: Analysis of Accidental Situations of Cryostat for ITER; Design of Spallation Target, Monolithic Vessel and Beam Dump for the European Spallation Source (ESS); Power Supplies for the Superconducting Magnets of the European XFEL; Future Architecture of ESA Deep Space Stations for Enhanced Mission Support; or Development of COOL FOOT Production and Manufacturing System to Support the LHC of CERN.

For more info visit: https://www.upm.es/Investigacion/iniciativas/bigscience

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[10-Mar] We´re glad to release the list of companies selected to participate on BSBF2020 SME Track.

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[24-Feb] Some Big Science Organisation (CERN, EMBL, ESA, ESO, ESS, ESRF, F4E) had already submitted their Technology Transfer proposals as examples for participants, you can see them here.

BSBF2020 participants, industry, universities and research institutions, have a great opportunity to present their ideas and new technologies applicable for the Big Science Market in the BSBF2020, and they can make Technology Transfer happens. 

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[19-Feb] There are many good reasons for companies to participate in Big Science Business Forum 2020 (BSBF2020). We asked some of the first companies to sign up as delegates, exhibitors and sponsors;  why they participate and what they hope take home from BSBF2020. Read more about what they think are the main reasons to participate, and what they expect from the BSBF2020…

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[11-Feb] The company AVS is the first company supporting the BSBF2020 as GOLD sponsor and you will be able to meet AVS at BSBF2020 in exhibition stand 24.

AVS is one of the world's leading companies in the design and development of complex and critical equipment for Big Science and Space across the world.

AVS is strongly focused on the development of outstanding mechanisms and instruments, and they aim to provide technology-based services to innovative and challenging projects in the fields of Particle Physics, Fusion, Astrophysics and Space.

Photo - Left: One of the two Large Volume Vacuum Enclosures for ELI-NP. Credits: AVS / Right: MEDA Wind Sensors installed on the Mars 2020 rover. Credits: NASA JPL

For more info visit: www.a-v-s.es

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