Accelerating the Socio-Economic Impact of Physics Technology
CERN, Geneve, Switzerland & GSI GSI Helmholtz Centre, Germany
My team and I mapped the knowledge-related, social, and economic impact of high energy physics for health.
We used data-driven and mixed-method approaches to identify technological trajectories and suggest ways to accelerate the emergence of technologies that can positively impact society.
The project was funded by the HEPTech Network at CERN, and included a research visit to GSI in Germany.
As a result of this project, CERN created Collaboration Spotting, an experimental platform facilitating the technology transfer from physics labs to society.