Cosylab is a Control System Integrator specializing in Large Physics Facilities. Experienced and with a proven track record, we take pride in repeatedly delivering the right quality, on time & within budget. With Cosylab, your project is in capable hands.
Cosylab is extremely proud of the awards it has won. Receiving such recognition from the community and from our peers makes us strive to do even better in the years to come.
Dr. Shin-ichi Kurokawa, Professor Emeritus of KEK and Vice-President of Cosylab, has been honoured with the ICALEPCS Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to "initiation, growth, reinforcement and management of the ICALEPCS series of conferences" at the occasion of 14th ICALEPCS held in San Francisco on October 6-11.
Dr. Kurokawa has received the International Science and Technology Cooperation Award of the People’s Republic of China, in recognition of his great contribution and dedication to China’s accelerator science development.
Professor Kurokawa receives the highest honour that the Chinese government confers on foreign experts.
Dr. Mark Plesko is representing Europe at the EU-Japan Business Round Table (BRT).
Dr. Mark Plesko elected member of Faculty of Mathematics and Physics' Board.
Cosylab's Vice president and the emeritus professor of KEK, Shin-ichi Kurokawa, has been honored with the 2011 Award for International Scientific Cooperation on 18 January 2012, by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China’s top academic and research institution in natural sciences.
The Rolf Wideöe Prize for outstanding work in the accelerator field with no age limit has been awarded to Dr. Shin-ichi Kurokawa (KEK, Cosylab)
Žiga Kroflič was awarded for innovative ideas, achievements and applications in the field of Accelerator Controls.
Gašper Tkačik was awarded for innovative ideas, achievements and applications in the field of Accelerator Controls.
Cosylab wins OMG Object Application Award for Best integration using an MDA approach for: Electron Accelerator Control with Java and Corba (C+S)
Dragan Vitas was awarded the Isamu Abe Prize for his contribution at PCaPAC 2002.
In 2001, the European Physical Society presented the Experimental Physics Control Systems (EPCS) Award to Dr. Mark Pleško for his achievements and creativity in the field of experimental controls systems.