Light innovation Durham specialists share understanding with delegates from Prague, Czech Republic
STEPHANIE encourages members to share knowledge and great practice to influence public law to provide real benefits from space innovation. Company Durham, the economic advancement organisation for County Durham, is the job’s UK partner and as such hosted delegates from the Czech Republic recently. Elaine Scott, business engagement and chances manager at Service Durham, was part of a North East group that went to Prague in November. She stated: “After our check out, this was a terrific chance to invite them to our area and reveal them the work being done here.
STEPHANIE partners currently share excellent practice thanks to the web, but the gos to allow them to see it in action and offer them the opportunity to fulfill individuals who run jobs in their picked fields. “The North East not just has world-leading expertise in photonics innovation, but is also one of the most forward-thinking regions when it pertains to ways of turning area research and technology into applications that can assist fix real-world issues.” The party went to NETPark in Sedgefield, the UK base for STEPHANIE, where they satisfied Professor John Girkin, director of Durham University’s Centre for Advanced Instrumentation, and then to Durham University where they fulfilled Dr Victoria Cash, senior impact and engagement supervisor, Dr Heather Allinson, innovation transfer supervisor and Teacher Andy Monkman of the Department of Physics.
At County Hall they satisfied Claire Williams, funding and programmes team leader, and Steven Bowyer, earnings monitoring co-ordinator. Prior to flying back by means of Newcastle they met with Alan Welby, innovation director at the North East Resident Economic Collaboration (NELEP) and James Davies, programme manager at the NELEP. Delegate Jan Stachura, task supervisor at the ELI Beamlines research centre of the Institute of Physics, stated: “The NETPark location is comparable to that of ELI Beamlines, albeit Beamlines is in a smaller sized local location. Subsequently, we felt that there were some parallels for our facilities. In addition, we gained from meeting leading academics at Durham University where we shared best practice which might benefit us at the Institute of Physics in Prague. We hope this exchange will result in further cooperation.”
Throughout their check out to the Czech Republic, North East delegates discovered wise city tasks, issue solving using satellite information and visited a laser research study facility. Delegate Michala Kudrlickova said: “It is terrific to learn more about how European Funding in the field of development and research operate in a different nation. Our see to the North East of England has made it possible for to us to interact with experts and to get inspiration for Prague.”
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