Opportunities for Industry
A general overview of the SKA from an international engineering perspective is available, as are descriptions of the various demonstrators.
Organisations (including commercial industry) interested in the SKA should initially contact the industry contact person for their region, or Phil Crosby (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Industry contact points – current and potential Member countries
- AUSTRALIA – David Luchetti, Department of Industry and Science David.email@example.com
- CANADA – Susan Engel, National Research Council Susan.firstname.lastname@example.org
- CHINA – Bo Peng, NAOC email@example.com
- FRANCE – Gabriel Marquette Gabriel.MARQUETTE@cnrs-dir.fr
- GERMANY – Michael Kramer, MPIfR firstname.lastname@example.org
- INDIA – Yashwant Gupta, National Centre for Radio Astrophysics email@example.com
- ITALY – Dr. Corrado Perna, INAF firstname.lastname@example.org
- JAPAN – Noriyuki Kawaguchi, NAOJ Kawagu.email@example.com
- NETHERLANDS – Michiel Van Haarlem, ASTRON firstname.lastname@example.org
- NEW ZEALAND – Andrew Ensor, Auckland University of Technology email@example.com
- SOUTH AFRICA – Carla Sharpe, SKA South Africa firstname.lastname@example.org
- SPAIN – Lourdes Verdes-Montenegro, Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía email@example.com
- SPAIN – Javier Echavarri Delmas, CDTI firstname.lastname@example.org
- SWEDEN – Kjell Möller, Chalmers University of Technology email@example.com
- PORTUGAL – Domingos Barbosa, Instituto de Telecomunicações firstname.lastname@example.org
- UK – Carol Watts, STFC email@example.com
There is a high, and increasing, level of engagement between the SKA Organisation, SKA Consortia, and industrial organisations. Early collaboration with particular groups therefore affords excellent international visibility. The Industry Engagement Strategy (see industry homepage) describes the overall goals, expectations, and principles for industry participation, plus the associated technical domains, linkage points, and procurement processes.