Oct 9 – 10, 2017
DTU Campus
Europe/Stockholm timezone

Event description



Invitation to

The European Spallation Source

CREMLIN Innovation Workshop

10th October 2017

Glass Hall, Building 101, Anker Engelundsvej 1, 2800 Lyngby, Denmark

Objectives of the Workshop:

The main aim of CREMLIN Innovation Workshop, under WP8, Task 8.4 of the CREMLIN Project, is to focus on the importance of innovation and to highlight the positive impact of innovation activities in the EU-Russian cooperation at the level of Megascience facilities. The Workshop will be based on the exchange of best practice, with the main orientation to stimulate mutual learning and to identify recommendations for improving the innovation infrastructure.

To ensure the best possible results, to share their practices, the workshop shall get together experts from existing European, Russian and international platforms and initiatives with representatives from the Russian and European Megascience facilities participating in the CREMLIN project to help them strengthen the impact of their research by learning from each other how to approach various challenges of managing innovation within the domain of their respective organizations. The workshop will be focused on the innovation potential and industry collaboration possibilities for the Megascience projects, including industrial users, technology transfer and links to the regional innovation system around the Megascience facilities.

More information about the CREMLIN Project under the link

Objectives of CREMLIN Project

CREMLIN shall improve and strengthen the relations and networks between European and Russian research infrastructures both at a scientific level and at a research policy level:

  1. CREMLIN will enhance science cooperation between the six Russian megascience facilities and the European RI counterparts, including e-infrastructure and big data handling.

2.  CREMLIN will develop research policies involving all relevant stakeholders from science and policy with respect to the European Union and the Russian Federation: Within CREMLIN, specific recommendations, foresight studies, strategies and prospects for an enhanced EU-Russia cooperation will be worked out.

3.  CREMLIN will establish an effective exchange platform of findings and results within each respective Russian megascience project and will stimulate and ensure a process of mutual learning across the various science disciplines and European and Russian communities.


CREMLIN Project Flyer for download

This project has has received funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research programme, under grant agreement No 654166.