Joining CERN openlab as research member
We are proud to share with you that SCImPULSE has joined CERN openlab as a research member. The Chairman of our Board of Director, Dr. Marco Manca, and the Director General of CERN, Prof. Fabiola Gianotti, signed a collaboration framework agreement between SCImPULSE Foundation and CERN in November 2016.
For those of you not familiar with this most exciting CERN endeavor, CERN openlab is a unique public-private partnership founded in 2001. Through CERN openlab, CERN collaborates with leading companies and research institutions to accelerate the development of the cutting-edge ICT solutions required to support researchers at CERN — and beyond — in their pioneering work.
SCImPULSE Foundation has joined a project on big-data analytics with Intel and CERN; it addresses use cases related to industrial controls, physics analysis tools, and epidemiology. You might have already guessed we will be chiefly involved in the latter.
Exciting times lie ahead, and we look forward to sharing with you how this cooperation will evolve and develop, both by concise technical reports, and by telling the life of our researchers on site, embracing with enthusiasm the openness spirit of our new partner! Let’s boldly go where no one’s gone before."
~ Dr. Marco Manca, President and Chairman, SCimPULSE Foundation
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