Slovak Republic will soon celebrate its 25 years of its active presence at CERN. During these years, Slovak contribution was not only scientific work, but also several unique detector components and equipment for the construction of the Large Hadron Collider. The talk will discuss the effects of the Industry 4.0 trends on the technology transfer between CERN and Slovak Republic.
About the speaker:
Ivan Kralik has been working in the Slovak Academy of Sciences since 1989, his current position is a Leader of the Department of Subnuclear Physics. From 1991 he participated in several CERN heavy ion experiments. His current field of activity is the CERN ALICE experiment. He is a team leader of a cluster of 3 Slovak institutes from Kosice (IEP SAS, P. J. Safarik University and Technical University) participating in the ALICE experiment. He is also a Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Collaboration of Slovak Republic with CERN.