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The European Spallation Source ESS - An Opportunity for Dutch Organisations and Companies

Download Presentation Slides of the ESS Partnerday of March 12, 2014

Welcome
H.T. (Bert) Wolterbeek, director Reactor Institute Delft

Introduction by the chairman of the ESS Partnerday
A.G.A. (Toon) Verhoeven, Industrial Liaison Officer ESS

The importance of large-scaled infrastructures for the Netherlands
J.W.A. (Jeannette) Ridder, Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture & Science

The European Spallation Source and The Netherlands
N. (Nico) Kos, Senior Manager (International) Innovation Programme for Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).

ESS overview
J.H. (James) Yeck, Chief Executive & Director General, ESS

Science at ESS / Instruments and Future Users – how the Netherlands can be involved
D.N. (Dimitri) Argyriou, Science Director, ESS

The Dutch in-kind contribution: present state and perspectives
C. (Katia) Pappas, Head of the Neutron and Positron Materials research group at the Radiation Science and Technology department at the Reactor Institute Delft (Delft University of Technology) 

The Machine / The Accelerator
H. (Håkan) Danared, Deputy Head of Accelerator Division, ESS

The Target Station
J. (John) Haines, Head of Target Division, ESS

The In-Kind Contributions
A. (Allen) Weeks, Deputy Director of Project Support and Administration

Procurement and ILO Network
A. (Allen) Weeks, Deputy Director of Project Support and Administration

Presentations by Dutch Companies
R. (Ronald) Dekker; Demaco
C.J.M. (Cock) Heemskerk; HIT
H. (Hans) Priem; VDL-ETG
V. (Victor) Pastoor; Grontmij
H.R. (Hans) Poolman; Amsterdam Scientific Instruments
E. (Erwin) Lenten; Imtech
A.S. (Sander) Kossen; Het Huygens Huys

Summary and Closing Remarks
R. (Rob) Klöpping, Industrial Liaison Officers Network coordinator

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