Structure of the project

EURO-LABS structure
TaskTitleObjectiveRIsUser group
WP2.1Stable ion beamsExtremely high intensity required to search rare events and the production of new chemical elements. R&D for detector materials, electronics and medical applications.8NP community,  hadron-therapy groups, NP and HEP Accelerator & Detector community.
WP2.2Radioactive ion beamsExperiments to explore the borders of the nuclear stability , studies of fundamental interactions and BSM physics. Research in biophysics.6NP community, Groups applying  nuclear technique to solid-state and biophysics, nuclear astrophysicists.
WP2.3Neutron beamsWide energy range for the investigation of nuclear processes occurring in astrophysical scenarios. Applications in advanced nuclear technology.5NP community, nuclear astrophysicists, waste management technologists.
WP2.4Theoretical supportNP community, nuclear astrophysicists, waste management technologists.2NP community, including NP theorists.
WP2.5Service ImprovementsToolkit to improve remote access, improved access for biomedical applications, efficient sharing of traveling detectors, improved ion beam variety and stability, targets for high intense beams.  As well applications of FAIR principles10All potential EURO-LABS users (NP + HEP)
WP3.1Material testingTest of materials with high-intensity proton and ion beams1Teams doing R&D for near beam devices (collimators, beam windows), targetry, vacuum
WP3.2Technology InfrastructuresTesting of superconducting magnets, superconducting and normal RF cavities, and associated material and mechanics6Teams from the AMICI collaboration, validation of new RF cavities and magnet designs for FCC, MYRRHA, US/PIP-II, R&D on materials
WP3.3Electron and plasma beamsTesting of instrumentation, beam optics, RF equipment, accelerator components with low- medium energy proton and electron beams. Testing of new acceleration concepts and instrumentation in electron beamlines driven by PW and TW-lasers.4Wide spectrum of research teams in accelerator R&D, like FEL, design of compact electron LINACs, work with ultra-short bunches, accelerator-based photon sources.
WP3.4ApplicationsTest of developments for applications, relation to industry2Community doing R&D on the use of pulsed electron beams for medical applications or industrial processes.
WP4.1Test BeamsPosition-resolved tests of detectors3Teams involved in detector R&D, QC, related fields
WP4.2Detector CharacterizationAssessment of detector structure and evaluation of EM characteristics2Teams involved in Detector RD, QC
WP4.3IrradiationsIrradiation of detectors and electronics6Teams involved in Detector RD, QA, related fields
WP4.4Service ImprovementsImprovement of infrastructure to face challenges of EURO-LABS11All users of WP4
WP5.1Diversity&DisseminationEuro-Labs newsletter
4 min videos of the different infrastructures
WP5.2Open NP: A portal for NP Data and toolsOpen Science DeskAll
WP5.3Machine LearningToolkit based on ML and apply to beam control and deliveryAll
WP5.4TrainingBasic and advanced training for researchers, engineers and techniciansAll