Press Release: New analytical tools for engineering materials science
From 8 to 9 March 2018, SYNERGI 2018 will bring together industrial researchers and scientists from large-scale facilities at the NEMO Science Museum in Amsterdam.
Munich (D), November 21, 2017
You cannot solve your problem with conventional lab equipment? From 8 to 9 March 2018, SYNERGI 2018 will bring together industrial researchers and scientists from large-scale facilities at the NEMO Science Museum in Amsterdam. These unique facilities offer a deep insight into materials of all types.
Solve your problem using free access to some of Europe’s neutron and synchrotron radiation sources. Europe has the world´s best portfolio of Advanced Research Infrastructures (ARIs), serving a wide and dynamic community of tens of thousands of scientists every year. These large-scale and unique facilities enable remarkable insights into materials of all types. The research infrastructures are open not only for fundamental science, but have become a routine tool in proprietary research by companies.
SYNERGI 2018 is the first event organized by European ARIs to bring together industrial researchers and facility scientists. The objective is to discuss R&D matters and how they could eventually be addressed using the special techniques provided at ARIs. There is a possibility to get free access to some of Europe’s neutron and synchrotron radiation sources.
Registration for the Research to Business (R2B) Matchmaking requires the creation of a profile indicating the topics to discuss. Thematically, the forum will cover engineering materials science – with subtopics including automotive, aerospace, metallurgy, microelectronics, additive manufacturing and energy.
The team of ARI scientists and industrial liaison officers will contact attendees to set up meetings. Meetings can also be requested with specific participants.
For further information please visit: www.synergi2018.eu
European projects supporting SYNERGI 2018. Organisation of the R2B- Matchmaking is supported by Enterprise Europe Network
Industrial Liaison Officer
Dr. Marc Thiry
German Engineering Materials Science Centre (GEMS) Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (Außenstelle DESY)
22607 Hamburg (Germany)
Marc Thiry (HZG/SINE2020)
Caroline Boudou (ILL, SINE2020)
Ed Mitchell (ESRF, CALIPSOplus)
Uwe Sassenberg (BalticTRAM)
Angela Zennaro (CERIC ERIC, ACCELERATE)
René de Groot, Nils Haarmann (EEN)