Presentation on theme: "European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy (INRNE) Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Meeting of CERN."— Presentation transcript:
European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy (INRNE) Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Meeting of CERN with Bulgarian Industry 28-29.11.2012, Sofia INRNE Bulgarian Academy of Science Bureau “CERN” Activities Dimitar Tonev, Lachezar Georgiev, Boyko Vachev INRNE-BAS
The Bureau “CERN” receives all inquiries which the European Organization for Nuclear Research sends to industrial companies of its member states. In case the Bureau “CERN” could find potential bidder(s) among the Bulgarian companies, it forwards these inquiries to them. It also consults the Bulgarian companies about the requirements and the inner rules of the CERN. The Bureau “CERN” was established as a separate department at the INRNE BAS in 2000 to fulfill the functions of the ILO (Industrial Liaison Officer) according to the regulations of the CERN according to order of Ministry of Education, Youth and Science.
1.Total number of received in Bureau “CERN” inquiries at the stage Market Survey” – 427 2. Total number of resent to Bulgarian companies inquiries at the stage “Market Survey” - 209 3. Total number of Bulgarian companies received inquiries - 264 4. Distribution of resent inquiries by cost ranges: Cost Range A – < 750 KCHF - 84 Cost Range B – >= 750 KCHF < 5MCHF - 84 Cost Range C – >= 5 MCHF < 10MCHF - 27 Cost Range D – >=10 MCHF - 14 5. Total number of received in Bureau “CERN” inquiries at the stage “Invitation to Tender” – 459 Results for the period 2001 -2011:
Dynamics of BG CERN Industrial Supply and Industrial Service contracts 2000-2011 (in CHF) 1996-97 Type of Isuppl& ISer200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011 Total 1999-20002000-20011 100000644283961664640000110508 2000000000001000 35000101888969600058880000100041000251736 40000000000000 8900000 502150004418622550133286877070825085526646670000850001990002813662 60000000000000 7020003000000000002300 800000746187300002500027619 90077002110023340935527131223700100005200046000339704 ST ISuppl500031888854682227611335202787169662135396630800001380003120003546529 IndService000000771352814923240003210003170002353651555992 ST Iser000000771352814923240003210003170002353651555992 Tot IS+Iser50003188885468222761133520278716966984883781223320003210004550005473655102521
During the period Feb 1999 – Jan 2012 Bulgarian companies received orders from CERN of total amount > 14 000 000 CHF Recovering > 40% of membership fee of Bulgaria by participation in tenders and fulfilling of orders of CERN
Legend 1. Civil engineering and buildings 2. Electrical engineering and energy 3. Electronics (including radiofrequency equipment ) 4. Computer systems and communicat ion, including rental and maintenance 5. Mechanical structures - Supplies & manufacturing techniques 6. Vacuum and low-temperature technology 7. Particle detectors 8. Miscellaneous (insurances, photoequipm., gases, vehicles, petrol, tools, furniture, office supplies, publications) 9. Design studies - Miscellaneous supplies ISer – Industrial Service Dynamics of BG CERN Industrial Supply and Industrial Service contracts 2000-2011 (in CHF) by types of Industrial Supply and Industrial Service fall up of 2007-9: very low return coeff lack of structural diversity no presentation of BG traditional sectors (IT, CE) one of best service return coefficient positive from 2011 – highest divercity – 6 positions participation in as minimum two 2012 tenders
Dynamics of BG CERN Industrial Supply and Industrial Service contracts 2000-2011 (in CHF)
NUMBER OF FIRMS CONTACTED FOR THE MARKET SURVEY (current accumulation)Table 1 based on data from 15 MS and IT (March - July 2012) NUMBER OF FIRMS INTERESTED Number of selectedSelected/Consulted:success rate COUNTRY CONS ULTE D SELE CTED NOT SELECT ED DECL INED NO REPL Y01234 10- 20>20%<10% 10- 20%>20% AUSTRIA25000 0,00 BELGIUM4241136 9,52 BULGARIA91008 11,11 CZECH REPUBLIC91008 11,11 DENMARK1610015 6,25 FINLAND1620113 12,50 FRANCE952510654 2526,32 GERMANY93174270 17 18,28 GREECE1700215 0,00 HUNGARY81007 12,50 ISRAEL*00000 ITALY861813748 18 20,93 NETHERLANDS2300122 0,00 NORWAY2010019 5,00 POLAND1430011 21,43 PORTUGAL2430021 12,50 REP. OF SERBIA*00000 ROMANIA**00000 SLOVAK REPUBLIC30003 0,00 SPAIN69191346 19 27,54 SWEDEN1510014 6,67 SWITZERLAND972651254 2626,80 UNITED KINGDOM92103772 10 10,87 TOTAL7731333742561 17,21 %10017,214,795,4372,574612142785 NO replay & declnd78,01 Num countries MS 114 Num coutries selected IT % of NO replay & declined16,67 -89,61 % from all 20 5622 % from all 20 % Selected6,99 -83,33 An analysis of a set of 15 recent tenders organised fully in 2012 (MS, IT and tender procedure belong to 2012 – from March to July) shows the following (see table 2 below): Bulgaria is in a good position for selected and success rate vs consulted firms. More than, taking into account some tender procedures not finished till now (in such case there are 2 selected), Bulgaria is in a middle position among low group of countries with selected from 0 to 4 firms; the same are 6 other countries.
Dynamics of CERN programme and of CERN industrial supply and service contracts portfolio Dynamics of CERN transfer of knowledge, technology, innovations and education Matching of structure of Bulgarian industry and CERN industrial supply and service contracts portfolio Human resources problems in Industry, Research and Education in Bulgaria, especially complex languages skills. Dynamics of Bulgarian industry structure Diversification of Bulgarian participation, especially towards contracts of type 4, 2 an1 (Computers …, Electrical …, Civil engineering …) Not balanced economical interest and technological potential Economic crisis Background and Problems
The deceased academician Matey Mateev, one of the pioneers of scientific collaboration of Bulgaria and CERN, said in one of his recent interviews: “My great dream is to see and to be the witness that Bulgarian teachers and scientists have the opportunity to work in a favorable and friendly environment, free from the everyday existence concerns. Only then I’ll could be feel secure about the future of my country and its daughters and sons.”