People standing at the Kick Off Meeting of EURO-LABS


The project brings together, for the first time, the three research communities of nuclear physics,  accelerator and detector technologies for high energy physics, in a pioneering super-community of sub-atomic scientists. 

It provides effective access to a network of 33 Research Infrastructures (RIs) to conduct curiosity-based research, addressing fundamental questions and technological challenges and advancing projects with broad societal impact, fostering knowledge sharing between scientific fields and enhancing Europe’s potential for successfully facing future challenges.

It allows a synergic implementation of best practices for data management and activities relating to targeted service improvements at these RIs. Joint training activities are foreseen to develop the skills of the next generation researchers to optimally use the RIs services for scientific and technological discoveries.

EURO-LABS map for Europe

Why it is important

Unified gateway to monetary support to access leading-scientific research facilities across Europe, increased collaboration and better science.


To provide efficient access to the available resources at a major fraction of EUROpean Laboratories for Accelerator Based Sciences (EURO-LABS).


Large and diverse community of users to choose the most appropriate state-of-the-art Research Infrastructures RI(s).
For conducting high impact research, fostering the sharing of knowledge and technologies across scientific fields.

Data Management & Service Improvements

Implementation of good practices for data management and activities relating to targeted service improvement to enhance capabilities and performance of the RIs.


Provide broad and focused joint training activities with hands-on experience at the RI’s to develop diverse skills of the next generation researchers, for the optimal use of the large number of RIs potential for scientific and technological discoveries.


Build a super community of sub-atomic researchers and the associated technical staff.


This proposal brings together for the first time in Europe the three communities engaged in Nuclear Physics and Accelerator/ Detector technology for High Energy Physics.