Technology transfer will be a reality at BSBF2022 supported by a specific technology transfer track which will be running during the whole congress length, capitalising not only on technologies developed in the realm of the Big Science market driven by research infrastructures but also motivating cross-sector transfer of technologies which also can have potential applications in Big Science facilities.
The objective of the Technology Transfer track is to provide Research Infrastructures and companies attending the forum the means to share and seek technologies with potential cross-market applications, either in Big Science or in other markets:
How: Participants will submit technology transfer proposals by uploading a presentations, based on a template, in the BSBF2022 registration module at anytime before the congress. Proposals should cover: abstract of technology; picture; original application field; IPR status; other potential fields of application and impact; SWOT of the technology (-optional-); contact and basic company information. Technology transfer proposals will be available to all participants on the web page and app. Any participant interested in your technology will be able to contact you and request a B2B meeting.
Technology transfer proposals will be considered as candidates for the Technology Transfer track of BSBF2022.
From the proposals presented up to the technology transfer proposals submission deadline (30/04/2022), a selection of proposalls will be performed by the organization based on its relevance and quality; and the selected ones, will feature in the Technology Transfer track of BSBF2022, and will be entitled to:
When: Technology Transfer track will be running during the whole of Day 1 (Wednesday) and Day 2 (Thursday) from 09:30 to 18:30. Meetings will be performed sequentially (30 min each) based on a Technology Transfer track programme to be published on the web.
Where: Technology transfer meetings will take place in room Seminars S1&S2 (floor 1), located next to the exhibition area.
PF5 joints for helium flow (Credit: ITERO)