Tuesday, 21 June 2022: ET2SMEs

What does it take to keep the ET running for 50 years?

© Radboud University Nijmegen

Limburg (NL)

What does it take to keep the ET running for 50 years?

University of Maastricht, location ETpathfinder
Duboisdomein 30
6229 GT Maastricht
The Netherlands

Tuesday, 21 June 2022

1.30 p.m. Welcome, registration & sneak preview of ETpathfinder
2.00 p.m.Plenary sessions
Welcome and introduction ET2SMEs
by René Kessen (LIOF)
Introduction Einstein Telescope
by Frank Linde (Nikhef)
Exploitation of the Einstein Telescope
by Stefan Hild (UM)
Maintenance of underground scientific infrastructures
by Rob van der Meer (Nikhef)
Health & Safety of ET; a challenging project
by Bram van der Gaag (Nikhef)
Energy Supply & Water Management
by Frank Linde (Nikhef)
3.30 p.m.Coffee break
3.45 p.m.Break-out sessions
Interactive discussion between Science & Business on the topics:
– Maintenance
– Health & Safety
– Energy & Water
Companies have the floor!
We invite companies to pitch about their expertise/technologies, their ideas of collaboration with Science and cross-border collaborative innovation projects between SMEs (ET2SMEs vouchers)
5.00 p.m.Networking & sneak preview ETpathfinder

The registration is closed.

Feel Safe.

Gates wide open – with proof. Welcome to the Technology Workshops of ET2SMEs. For a maximum of safety, we kindly ask you to bring a proof of vaccination or recovery. Your proof is complete in combination with your identity card or passport.

The right timing. We are attentively watching the pandemic situation and will inform you about necessary precautions for your participation asap. With our hygiene concept we will make the event a safe one for all of us.

It all depends on the right apps. For fast, smooth entry, it‘s up to you too. Enter your proof of full vaccination, recovery or negative test in the apps Corona-Warn or CovPass.

By far the best idea. Though we ask you to maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 metres from other participants, you will still see the latest innovation up close and personal.

For everyone‘s protection. Please wear a medical mask or FFP2 mask (no visors or fabric masks). And although you might not be able to see it, we are smiling at you behind our masks.

Networking without physical contact. Even though you might be delighted at seeing other people again or closing a successful Science-to-Business or Business-to-Business collaboration – please forego shaking hands and physical contact.

“Bless you.”  For the sake of yourself and others, please sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm. Even better, do so while maintaining a great distance of least one metre or turning away from others.

Effective infection protection. Sanitiser dispensers located in our entrance and meeting rooms are ready for frequent use. And highly exposed surfaces are regularly cleaned and disinfected for you.

Let it taste good. With our catering partners in the different meeting rooms: with tailor-made concepts for compliance with all safety and hygiene regulations. Enjoy your meal!