You can now register for SYNERGI 2018 - SYnchrotron and NEutron Radiation Go Industrial
8-9 March 2018, Amsterdam - The Netherlands

Europe has the best portfolio of Advanced Research Infrastructures (ARIs) worldwide, serving a wide and dynamic academic community of many tens of thousands of scientists every year. These large-scale and unique facilities enable remarkable insights into materials of all types, particularly in engineering materials science. The research infrastructures are open not only for fundamental science, but are increasingly becoming a routine tool exploited for proprietary research by companies.

SYNERGI2018 organised by SINE2020, co-organised by CALIPSOplus, BalticTRAM, and ACCELERATE, will demystify Analytical Research Infrastructures for industry, demonstrating how they already help companies with focus on the engineering and materials science sector, and will discuss a future vision and expectation on how they should be better integrated into regional and European-wide innovation processes.

In a research-to-business matchmaking session, SYNERGI2018 will bring together both industrial researchers and facility scientists to discuss living R&D problems and how they could eventually be solved using the special techniques provided at Europe’s ARIs.

4 good reasons to attend:

  • Find out how neutrons and synchrotron light can be tailored to address your needs in the fields of industrial engineering, energy and metallurgy.
  • Learn how neutron and synchrotron facilities are already working with a wide range of businesses.
  • Discuss your challenges with scientific staff during a business-research matching session.
  • Discuss the possibility to perform free feasibility tests via one of our programmes.

Register now to the event.
Download the programme here