72 Scientific research and development

GNPI 2020 - Global Nuclear Physics Innovation

Brokerage event
72 Scientific research and development
72.1 Research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
02.12.2020 to 03.12.2020
Heavy Ion Laboratory - University of Warsaw (Digital Edition)
Uniwersytet Warszawski (Heavy Ion Laboratory & Digital Economy Laboratory)
st. Pasteura 5A, 02-093 Warszawa Poland, Warsaw, Poland
+48 (79) 344 3869
tj [dot] krawczyk [at] uw [dot] edu [dot] pl
Contact person: 
Tomasz Krawczyk

The nuclear physics laboratories facilities have the chance to established links with international industry and SMEs. The goal of the brokerage event is to create a strong network of laboratories and industrial partners in the close relation which all the nuclear facilities and partners (better knowledge of the existing facilities for beam industrial users, the wider market for technology transfer possibilities). 

This 3rd edition of the Nuclear Physics Innovation of brokerage event is organized in a special time. Among the different areas of research activity, we add a special subject in reference to fighting against the COVID-19 - virus protein structure analysis with the use of synchrotron.

The event will target a wide spectrum of laboratories, universities, companies from the power plant, medicine and pharmaceutical industry, space industry and beyond to foster the creation of technology transfers, collaborative research, innovation networks, innovation activities.

Innovative solutions in the utilization of nuclear physics applications will challenge the minds of academia and industry during the dedicated event on 2nd & 3rd December 2020, in Warsaw, Poland.

The forum will explore recent achievements and challenges in the following areas:
• COVID-19: virus protein structure analysis (synchrotron)
• Development of Ion Beam Analysis (IBA) Techniques for material analysis
• Development of irradiation trials of technological components and biological samples
• Development of radiation detectors and nuclear instrumentation
• Radiopharmaceutical production and molecular imaging
• PET diagnosis
• Radiobiology
• Ionizing radiation
• Scientific instrumentation and medical physics
• Medical imaging
• Computation and information technology sciences
• Data acquisition and analysis of software development
• Energy and environmental technologies
• Laser-plasma acceleration
• Radiation resistance studies of electronic systems
• Radiation detection
• Detector electronics development
• Ion source developments for radioactive ion beam production
• Monitoring of the environmental radioactivity
• R&D of gamma radiation detectors
• Big data application (Data Mining, Data Science, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithm)
• Machines (CNC and other technical tools necessary for the exploitation of research facilities)
• CAD/CAM/CAE, FEM software and application for nuclear research
• Special engineering construction services for nuclear facilities
• Research cooperation and transfer of knowledge and technology

This is a unique opportunity for the industry to meet leading experts and project leaders that may have exciting and challenging needs in terms of development and manufacturing of future nuclear physics technology.

The participation of NUPIA (NUCLEAR PHYSIC INNOVATION), GANIL (GRAND ACCELERATURE NATIONAL D'IONS LOURDS) and HIL (HEAVY ION LABORATORY) will assure the participation of the most relevant academic and research actors in the field.

Participation is free of charge previous registration.


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