Mario Pérez, executive director of ESS Bilbao, was awarded the Wolfram Prize at the Gala held yesterday at the EITB headquarters in Bilbao to mark the 20th anniversary of the scientific dissemination program Teknopolis
TRACKS, Radiofrequency Transmitters for Particle Accelerators based on Klystrons and Solid State that contribute to the technological development of society, is an operation of ESS Bilbao co-financed by European Regional Development Funds (FEDER) that is part of the Programa Operativo Plurirregional de España 2014-2020 within the framework of the investment objective in growth and employment to promote research, technological development and innovation. The TRACKS project will improve the infrastructure that ESS Bilbao has in the Basque Country and reinforce the human resources dedicated to R+D+i.
More than fifty people have visited this afternoon the facilities that the ESS Bilbao Consortium has in the Zamudio Technology Park, where they have been able to see first-hand the scientific and technological advances that the team of physicists and engineers are carrying to contribute to the project of the European Spallation Neutron Source (ESS). Scientific and technological infrastructure for the study of the largest materials currently being built in Europe.
ESS Bilbao together with the University of the Basque Country and within the Edition XVIII of the Week of Science Technology and Innovation has organized an external visit to the scientific and technological facilities that the Consortium has in the Zamudio Technology Park
ESS Bilbao has opened a call for 4 job offers with the aim of reinforcing its team of highly qualified professionals and being able to undertake all the challenges and commitments acquired with the European project of the neutron source that is being built in Lund.
The Council of the European Spallation Source has ratified the accession of Spain as a founding member with full rights in the consortium participated by 15 members and observer’s European countries, committed in the construction of the most important scientific-technological infrastructure that Europe will have in the next decade.
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