October 25, 2017
Europe/Zurich timezone
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Opening Remarks (Talk by Markus Nordberg and Marzio Nessi)

Oct 25, 2017, 1:00 PM
Building 3179 (CERN)

Building 3179


IdeaSquare Building - Next to the Globe of Innovation and Science (SXL1)


Markus Nordberg is the Head of Resources Development of the Development and Innovation Unit at CERN, Switzerland. He is currently involved in launching a sensor and imaging R&D initiative called ATTRACT (www.attract-eu.org) aiming at both scientific and societal impact.

He also manages the new IdeaSquare initiative at CERN (cern.ch/Ideasquare) that hosts detector R&D and society-driven MSc-student projects. Prior to this function, he served 12 years as the Resources Coordinator of the ATLAS project at CERN (www.atlas.ch). He has also served as Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the Centrum voor Bedrijfseconomie, Faculty ESP-Solvay Business School, University of Brussels, and as a member of the Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society and the Association of Finnish Parliament Members and Scientists, TUTKAS. He has a degree both in Physics and in Business Administration.

Marzio Nessi is the project leader of the Neutrino Programme at CERN. "The neutrino platform pulls together a community that is scattered across the world and CERN has committed significant resources to support R&D in all aspects of neutrino research. CERN is using the organisational model of the LHC to help in developing an international project on US soil and to contribute to neutrino programmes in Japan and elsewhere.

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Markus Nordberg (IdeaSquare)
10/25/17, 1:00 PM
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