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Big Science Business Forum Webinars

BSBF International Organising Committee (IOC) has made the decision to postpone the BSBF2020 event and have it re-scheduled and transferred to 2022 (from 4th to 7th October).

In order to keep the momentum, the interest and the BSBF alive during this extended preparation stage, BSBF team will be organising live, interactive online webinars in the months to come up to the next Big Science Business Forum about different topics related to the Big Science market, the European Research Infrastructures (RI), and the BSBF2022 itself.

The programme of past and future BSBF Webinars, their full details: title, date, content, registration, agenda, speaker presentations, etc; is updated in this page regularly:

  • 1st BSBF Webinar, date: 23/06/2020, title: COVID-19:  Impact and measures on the Big Science market
  • 2nd BSBF Webinar, date: 8-9/10/2020, title: Big Science Organisations Strategic Plans, 2020-21 Procurements and Flagship Projects
  • 3rd BSBF Webinar, date: 18/02/2021, title: “How Industry and Research Infrastructures can innovate the Big Science Market: The BSBF Technology Transfer Track"
  • 4th BSBF Webinar, date: 06/10/2021, title:  "Strategic view, roadmaps and development programmes of astronomy research infrastructures
  • 5th BSBF Webinar, date 11/11/2021, title: "Fusion: Strategies, roadmaps and development programmes"
  • 6th BSBF Webinar, date 30/11/2021, title: "High-Energy Accelerators and Synchrotrons: strategies, roadmaps and development programmes"

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BSBF Webinars deal with different topics related to the Big Science market, the European Research Infrastructures (RI), and the BSBF2022 itself.

BSBF Webinars are scheduled during 2020, 2021 and 2022 up to the BSBF2022. Review the programme!

1st BSBF Webinar - COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact and Measures on the Big Science Market

The first Big Science Business Forum Webinar is held on June 23rd, 2020 from 09:30 to 12:30 CET, and is focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Big Science market, with speakers from European Commission, Big Science organisations and the National ILOs. Participants are able to propose questions to speakers on real time in a dedicated Q&A session.

Date: June 23rd 2020

Time: from 09:30 to 12:30 CET

Organisers / Speakers:

  • CDTI
  • European Commission: Research and Industrial Infrastructures Unit
  • International Research Infrastructures: ESA, ESS, European XFEL, FAIR, F4E
  • ILO organisations: IT, NL, ES
  • PERIIA Network

 

​Content: Speakers give information and presentations on the following topics:

  • COVID-19 impact on next BSBF organization
  • Prospects for RIs from a European Policy Perspective
  • Big Science organisations measures for the COVID-19: BSOs initiatives dedicated budget and activities, support to industry and special procurement measures during this pandemic crisis.
  • National measures to foster innovation and support industry during the COVID-19: National organisations initiatives, dedicated budget, activities, feedback from companies, support to industry and special measures during the pandemic crisis.

 

The agenda can be dowloaded here.

The record of the webinar and presentations are available after the BSBF Webinar in the registration platform, following the link:

1st BSBF Webinar registration platform link

We hope this BSBF Webinar was of your interest.

You can review the record!

Participants need to register in advance in the registration platform

Learn about the measures and initiatives to support industry during the Covid-19 pandemic.

2nd BSBF Webinar - Big Science Organisations Strategic Plans, 2020-21 Procurements and Flagship Projects

The second Big Science Business Forum Webinar is held on October 8th & 9th, 2020 from 09:30 to 12:30 CET, and is focused on Big Science organisations strategic plans, 2020-21 procurements and flagship projects, with speakers from Big Science organisations. Participants are able to propose questions to each speaker on real time in a dedicated Q&A short session after each speaker presentation.

Date: October 8th & 9th 2020

Time: from 09:30 to 12:30 CET

Organisers / Speakers:

  • BSBF Organiser - CDTI
  • Big Science Organisations and Associated Big Science Organisations: CERN, EMBL, ESA, ESO, ESRF, ESS, European XFEL, FAIR, F4E, SKAO, and new ABSOs: ESS Bilbao, LEAPS, EST, MYRRHA

 

​Content: Speakers give information and presentations on the following topics:

  • BSBF organisation update
  • BSOs and ABSOs strategic plans
  • 2020-21 procurements and industrial opportunities
  • Flagship projects

 

The agenda is available, and can be dowloaded here

Record of the webinar and presentations are available after the BSBF Webinar in the registration platform, following the link:

2nd BSBF Webinar registration platform link

We hope this BSBF Webinar was of your interest.

You can review the record!

Participants need to register in advance in the registration platform

Learn about Big Science market BSOs and ABSOs strategic plans, 2020-21 procurements and flagship projects.

 

 

3rd BSBF Webinar on Technology Transfer in Big Science Market

The third Big Science Business Forum Webinar titled: "How Industry and Research Infrastructures can innovate the Big Science Market: The BSBF Technology Transfer Track", will be held on February 18th, 2021 from 09:30 to 12:45 CET. This time the BSBF Webinar will be focused on Technology Transfer in the Big Science market, with speakers from academia: UPM; BSO: F4E, CERN, ESA, EMBL; ILO: PERIIA, CDTI; and industry: AVS TISICS, LEADING, participating in the BSBF2021 Technology Transfer Track.

​Title: "How Industry and Research Infrastructures can innovate the Big Science Market: The BSBF Technology Transfer Track"

Date: February 18th 2021

Time: from 09:30 to 12:45 CET

Speakers:

  • UPM Big Science – Asunción Gómez-Pérez
  • F4E – Victor Sáez
  • CERN – Nick Ziogas
  • ESA – Niels Eldering
  • EMBL – Juergen Bauer
  • PERIIA – Paolo Acunzo (BSO Tour the table moderator)
  • CDTI - Jorge López Reig (speaker and webinar conductor)
  • AVS – Miguel Angel Carrera
  • TISICS – Stephen Kyle-Henney
  • LEADING – Raul AmarelleIndustry

 

​Content: The Webinal will cover the following topics on Big Science market technology transfer:

  • ​Introduction to Technology Transfer in Big Science and how to improve it from academic/ scientific institution to industry - UPM
  • Interview/Tour the table of Big Science organisations on Big Science technology transfer technology - F4E, CERN, ESA, EMBL, moderated by PERIIA
  • BSBF2021 Technology Transfer Track: How to participate and apply, step by step - CDTI
  • Technology transfer from Industry to Research Infrastructures - Industry: AVS, TISICS, LEADING

 

The audience will be able to propose questions to each speaker on real time just after each speaker presentation, and in addition will be able to participate in a real time pool on technology transfer.

Participants need to register in advance following this link to the 3rd BSBF Webinar registration platform.

The agenda is available, and can be dowloaded here

Record of the webinar and presentations is available after the webinar in the 3rd BSBF Webinar registration platform.

We hope this BSBF Webinar was of your interest.

You can review the record afterwards!

 

Participants need to register in advance in the registration platform

Learn about the Technology Transfer Track in the BSBF2022 and how to participate.

4th, 5th and 6th BSBF Webinars - New BSBF Webinar Miniseries: A look into the future of Big Science infrastructures.

4th BSBF Webinar - Miniseries Episode #1: Strategic view, roadmaps and development programmes of astronomy research infrastructures

  • 6 October 2021 / 09:30-12:00 - Save the date!

 

5th BSBF Webinar - Miniseries Episode #2: Fusion: Strategies, roadmaps and development programmes

  • 11 November 2021 / 09:30-12:00  - Save the date!

 

6th BSBF Webinar - Miniseries Episode #3: High-Energy Accelerators and Synchrotrons: strategies, roadmaps and development programmes

  • 30 November 2021 / 09:30-12:00  - Save the date!

 

We hope these new BSBF Webinar Miniseries will be of your interest.

 

Participants need to register in advance in the corresponding registration platform

New BSBF Webinar Miniseries: A look into the future of Big Science infrastructures.

 

 

4th BSBF Webinar - Episode #1: Strategic view, roadmaps and development programmes of astronomy research infrastructures

  • 6 October 2021 / 09:30-12:00 - Save the date!
  • The draft agenda of this BSBF Webinar Miniseries Episode #1 is available, and can be dowloaded here.
  • Registration in advance is required in the coresponding registration platform following the link here. Record of the webinar and presentations will be available in the same registration platform after the BSBF Webinar.
  • This is the draft agenda and the tentative list of speakers:

 

9:30-9:40

Welcome and introduction to speakers

Javier Echavarri – Spanish ILO for ESO and SKA, CDTI, E.P.E.

9:40-10:00

ESO R&D Development Programme and future plans

Norbert Hubin, ESO Technology Development Programme Manager

10:00–10:20

Beyond SKA1 - Square Kilometre Array Development Programme

Tim Stevenson, Head of Assurance, SKA Observatory

10:20-10:40

ESA Science Programme – the long term vision

Guenther Hasinger, Director of Science of ESA

10:40–11:00

EST and the future of solar astronomy

EST Speaker (TBD)

11:00-11:20

Cherenkov Telescope Array Observatory – the next generation high energy astrophysics facility

Federico Ferrini, Managing Director of CTAO

11:20-11:50

Round table with audience participation

Moderated by Michel Hübner, Swiss ILO for ESO and SKA

11:50-12:00

Closing of the webinar

Javier Echavarri – Spanish ILO for ESO and SKA, CDTI, E.P.E.

 

 

5th BSBF Webinar - Episode #2: Fusion: Strategies, roadmaps and development programmes

  • 11 November 2021 / 09:30-12:00  - Save the date!
  • The draft agenda of this BSBF Webinar Miniseries Episode #2 is available, and can be dowloaded here.
  • Registration in advance is required in the coresponding registration platform following the link here. Record of the webinar and presentations will be available in the same registration platform after the BSBF Webinar.
  • This is the draft agenda and the tentative list of speakers:

 

9:30-9:35

Welcome and introduction to speakers

Belén – Spanish ILO for ITER and fusion related projects, CDTI, E.P.E.

9:35-9:55

 

European roadmap – DEMO Development Programme

Tony Donné  [EUROfusion Programme Manager]

09:55–10:15

 

ITER – Beyond the First Plasma

Leonardo Biagioni (F4E Deputy Chief Financial Officer)

10:15–10:35

 

IFMIF- DONES Development Programme and future plans

Ángel Ibarra (CIEMAT)

10:35-11:15

A DIFFERENT VIEW OF FUTURE FUSION DEVELOPMENTS

Invited companies:

Commonwealth Fusion (TBC)

Tokamak Energy (TBC)

11:15-11:45

ROUND TABLE

Moderated by Søren Bang , Danish ILO for ITER and Fusion ILOs Network Chair

11:45-11:55

###### Poll to the audience (slido) ###### (10 min)

Poll on: “How to involve industry in early phases of the European roadmap”

 

11:55-12:00

Closing

Belén – Spanish ILO for ITER and fusion related projects, CDTI, E.P.E.

 

 

 

 

 

6th BSBF Webinar - Episode #3: High-Energy Accelerators and Synchrotrons: strategies, roadmaps and development programmes

  • 30 November 2021 / 09:30-12:00  - Save the date!
  • The draft agenda of this BSBF Webinar Miniseries Episode #3 is available, and can be dowloaded here.
  • Registration in advance is required in the coresponding registration platform following the link here. Record of the webinar and presentations will be available in the same registration platform after the BSBF Webinar.
  • This is the draft agenda and the tentative list of speakers:

 

9:30-9:45

Welcome and introduction to speakers

Manuel Moreno – Spanish ILO for CERN, ESS, ESRF and XFEL, CDTI, E.P.E.

9:45-10:00

 

CERN R&D Development Programme and future plans

José Miguel Jiménez, , Head of Accelerator Technology Department

10:00–10:15

 

ESS R&D Development Programme and future plans

Mats Lindroos – Head of accelerator technology division

10:15–10:30

 

ESRF R&D Development Programme and future plans

Jean-Claude BIASCI, Head of Technology and R&D Division

10:30-10:45

FAIR R&D Development Programme and future plans

FAIR Speaker TBD

10:45-11:00

XFEL – R&D Development Programme and future plans

Dr. Thomas Tschentscher,  Scientific Director

11:00-11:30

Round table with audience participation

Moderated by Anne Hall, Sweden ILO for CERN, ESS, ESRF and XFEL

11:30-12:00

Closing of the webinar

Manuel Moreno – Spanish ILO for CERN, ESS, ESRF and XFEL, CDTI, E.P.E.

 

Record of each BSBF Webinar and presentations will be available online after each webinar. We hope these New BSBF Webinar Miniseries will be of your interest. For more info on previous and future BSBF Webinars, visit the BSBF webinars page.

 

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