The European Solar Telescope will be one of the speakers in the second webinar organised by the Big Science Business Forum 2021. It will take place on the 8th and 9th of October.
The European Solar Telescope will be one of the speakers in the second webinar organised by the Big Science Business Forum 2021. The event will discuss the strategic plans of European big science organisations, as well as their upcoming procurements and flagship projects, with the objective of fostering business opportunities and collaborations between science organisations and the European industry. EST will be represented by Miguel Núñez, EST System Engineer.
The webinar will be held on the 8th and 9th of October from 09:30 to 12:30*. The programme can be viewed here and includes organisations like CERN, EMBL, ESA, ESO, and ESRF. Participants will be able to ask questions after each speaker intervention. Attendance is free, but registration is required.
This is the second meeting in a series of webinars organized by the BSBF in preparation for the final meeting, that will take place in Granada (Spain) in September 2021. The rest of the webinars can be viewed here.
*Access to the EST Project Office presentation can be found here.
EST, affiliated big science organization at BSBF 2021
The European Solar Telescope will be one of the four Affiliated Big Science Organisations of the Big Science Business Forum (BSBF) 2021. Being an Affiliated Big Science Organisation will offer EST the opportunity to participate in specially designed sessions with European industries. In addition, the project will also have its own dedicated booth at the exhibition area.
The 2021 Forum will be the second edition of this single one-stop-shop where European companies and other stakeholders can learn about Europe’s big science organisations’ future investments and procurements. The previous edition, held in Copenhagen in 2018, gathered more than 1000 participants from over 500 organizations and 29 countries.
The host organisers for BSBF2021 are the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, CDTI (Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico e Industrial) and CIEMAT (Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas). The event is co-organised with other European big scence organizations (CERN, EMBL, ESA, ESO, ESRF, ESS, European XFEL, FAIR, F4E, ILL and SKA). It also counts with the support of the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía-CSIC (one of EST consortium members), and the programme includes a visit to Calar Alto Observatory (Almería, Spain).