STFC Corporate PowerPoint Template

STFC Corporate PowerPoint Template

Challenge Led Applied Systems Programme (CLASP) Energy and Environment Call Information and Networking day 5 July 2016 Professor John Lees University of Leicester CLASP Panel Chair Welcom e What STFC does STFC funds world class and world-leading research in astronomy, particle physics, nuclear physics and space science This research takes place in University groups 400m live grant funding Funding 1,700 academic staff in 50+ UK universities STFC laboratories Harwell (Oxford), Daresbury (Warrington), UK ATC (Edinburgh)

International facilities include o CERN (Switzerland), ILL, ESRF (France) Other International subscriptions include o ESO, ESA International Projects include, o ESS, XFEL, SKA , FAIR , ALMA and many others Delivering Impact Impact to the nation includes :i. industrial/economic advances, ii. policy developments, iii. outreach and societal benefits , iv. and very importantly - the training of scientists & engineers. STFCs own vision is to extract maximum impact & benefit from its research base in order to: introduce innovative technology develop new people skills enrich society help drive the economy improve the lives of citizens CLASP is one way that we do this.

Challenge Led Applied Systems Programme (CLASP) Applies STFC research to global challenges For CLASP - the user community (Industry, Government etc.) define the priority areas and the STFC community responds with proposed solutions. Funds are awarded for short feasibility studies and larger developmental projects that use STFC funded research. For CLASP 2016, 1.5m is available for projects exploiting STFC research capabilties for solving energy and/or environment challenges. Projects can be multidisciplinary and user/customer engagement strongly encouraged more information later by Stephen Loader. Industry can offer in-kind support or as a subcontractor for key activities. www.stfc.ac.uk/clasp CLASP Assessment We are looking for: 1. A realistic prospect of product or service being demonstrated or prototyped by the end of the grant period. 2.

Firm evidence of a clear channel to market and/or of engagement of an exploitation partner. 3. Demonstrable genuine advantage through novelty / intellectual property / process improvement 4. An understanding, rationale for and articulation of the market opportunity i.e. the size of the prize We are not looking for: Very low TRL projects Blue skies research This is a competition

Todays Agenda. Time 10.30 10.35 Welcome and Introduction Speaker Prof John Lees, University of Leicester, and CLASP Panel Chair 10.35 11.00 CLASP Priorities and STFC Capabilities Dr Kevin Smith, STFC Futures Team 11.00 11.20 DECC needs for CLASP Brendan Roth, Department for Energy and Climate Change

11.20 11.40 Defra needs for CLASP Giles Golshetti, UK Partnerships Manager, Defra 11.40 12.10 Coffee and networking 12.10 12.30 CLASP Environment Case Study Novel Gyro-TWA Amplifier for Prof Adrian Cross, University of Strathclyde High Power mm-wave Radar Remote Sensing 12.30 12.50 CLASP Energy Case Study New generation nuclear detectors for use in well logging Dr Stefanos Paschalis, University of York

12.50 13.00 CLASP Funding Details Stephen Loader, External Innovations Programme Manager, STFC 13.00 15.00 Lunch, Networking and collaboration building Organisational questions Stephen Loader Item

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