The 3rd BSBF Webinar “How Industry and Research Infrastructures can innovate the Big Science Market: The BSBF Technology Transfer Track” has been a great success with a great impact of audience and on the media. This success was because of the great quality of speakers from: CDTI, PERIIA, Big Science Organisations with relevant initiatives in Technology Transfer (CERN, EMBL, ESA, F4E), Academia (UPM) and Industry participating with proposals into the BSBF technology Transfer Track (AVS, LEADING, TISICS).
We had 454 registered participants in the event; the mean value of participation was 209 online participants. On top of that, the event had a great impact on social media.
The agenda, the presentations and the record of the webinar (only for registered webinar participants), can be found already in the 3rd Webinar registration web platform.
Full inormation about past and future BSBF Webinar can be find in the dedicated BSBF Webinar webpage.
The 3rd BSBF Webinal was focused on technology transfer on the Big Science market:
First, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid as a prominent member of the Academia, gave and introduction to technology transfer in Big Science and how to improve it from academic/ scientific institution to industry.
Following, an interview or tour the table between Big Science organisations on technology transfer technology was organised with the participation of: F4E, CERN, ESA, and EMBL. This tour the table was moderated by PERIIA, the pan European network of ILOs.
CDTI, as BSBF2021 organiser, drove all BSBF2021 potential participants through the BSBF2021 Technology Transfer Track: How to participate, how to apply step by step, and what advantages you could enjoy if your proposal is selected.
Finally, some industries participating in the BSBF2021 Technology Transfer Track: AVS, TISICS, and LEADING explained its experiences on technology transfer in the Big Science market, and how their proposals has been uploaded into the uploaded to the BSBF2021 Technology Transfer Track web.
UPM Big Science – Asunción Gómez-Pérez
F4E – Victor Sáez
CERN – Nick Ziogas
ESA – Niels Eldering
EMBL – Juergen Bauer
PERIIA – Paolo Acunzo (Tour the table moderator)
CDTI - Jorge López Reig (speaker and webinar conductor)
AVS – Miguel Angel Carrera
TISICS – Stephen Kyle-Henney
LEADING – Raul Amarelle