Datzmann

interact & Innovate

Datzmann

interact & Innovate

Accelerating

business and science

Accelerating business and science

Services

Our company is providing a portfolio of services centering on accelerator applications in the field of radiations hardness testing, materials research and proton therapy.
We are conducting studies and surveys on the cooperation between science and business. Furthermore, we offer project management of highly complex technology and we are providing various consulting services for academia, public institutions and industry.

Datzmann

interact & innovate

Our passion

Particle accelerators and their applications in medicine, materials research, arts and archeology

Our technical core expertise

Proton therapy for cancer treatment, radiation hardness testing of electronic devices and high-resolution element analytics

Our DNA

Bridging the gap between science and industry, strengthening the bonds and enforcing technology transfer and innovation

Datzmann

interact & innovate

Our passion

Particle accelerators and their applications in life science and material analysis

Our technical core expertise

Proton therapy for cancer treatment, high-resolution element analytics and radiation hardness testing of electronic devices

Our DNA

Bridging the gap between science and industry, strengthening the bonds and enforcing technology transfer and innovation

References

Latest news

The G-RAD workshop aims to put together testing facilities and radiation experts and stakeholders from industry and academia to stimulate discussion on current and future needs in radiation hardness testing and evaluate limitations of available radiation facilities and possible evolutions. This two-day workshop was organized by the Platform for Advanced Characterization Grenoble (PAC-G) and took place digitally on December 9th and 10th 2020.

RADNEXT is an H2020 INFRAIA-02-2020 infrastructure proposal with the objective of creating a network of facilities and related irradiation methodology for responding to the emerging needs of electronics component and system irradiation. The RADNEXT proposal has been approved by the EU in November 2020. RADNEXT is expected to start in 2021.