InnoWave agrees partnership with CERN

28 May 2024 10:58

AICEP Portugal

Lisbon/Geneva - Engineers at InnoWave, a Portuguese tech firm, will join researchers at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) to develop new solutions over the next five years. The partnership will develop new technologies for the European Particle Physics Laboratory, where scientists study the fundamental nature of the universe.

Portuguese technology consultancy InnoWave is partnering with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland to develop new software for the remote development of information technologies.

The five-year partnership announced in a press release will combine Lisbon-based InnoWave’s experience developing solutions for telecommunications, healthcare, manufacturing, and finance with CERN’s cutting-edge science.

The partnership will “push the limits of what is possible” and drive significant progress in science and technology,” said InnoWave Chief Executive Officer Tiago Gonçalves.

"At InnoWave we are proud to embark on this journey with CERN, a globally recognized institution at the forefront of scientific exploration," said Gonçalves. "This collaboration represents an extraordinary opportunity to leverage our technological expertise together with CERN's world-class research and contribute as a partner to the mission of the European Particle Physics Laboratory."

InnoWave, a 16-year-old company, employs more than 450 people worldwide in Portugal, Belgium, the United Kingdom, the United States and India. Its customer base spans 20 countries. The firm helps companies reinvent their workflows with digital tools and create digital experiences to optimize operations.

CERN operates the European Particle Physics Laboratory, where researchers study the fundamental structure of the universe to unlock cosmic mysteries and advance humankind’s understanding of the universe. The Large Hadron Collider at the laboratory, for instance, is the largest and highest-energy particle collider in the world. The collider helps physicists understand how atoms and other particles function. ce/jd