Transnational Access to Research Infrastructures
The Euro-Labs project provides support for transnational access to a network of 47 Research Infrastructures (including 3 RIs with Virtual Access) from 18 countries.
Interested research groups are encouraged to identify the facility most appropriate for their needs and to check their eligibility before applying.
- Reimbursement of travel and accomodation costs for using the facilities at the Research Infrastructures
- Technical Support and expertise at the laboratories hosting the RI
The project supports Transnational Access (TA) to various Research Infrastructures providing stable ions, radioactive ions and neutrons at various energies, combined with state-of-the-art equipment to explore nuclei under extreme conditions. Virtual Access (VA) to a theoretical repository will also be provided, to access model calculations, both for planning and interpretation of experiments conducted at the TA facilities.
The RIs included in WP2 provide access to an extremely broad range of installations and services, focused on delivering excellence in fields including, but not limited to: Fundamental Nuclear Science, Nuclear Astrophysics, Neutron Physics, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Interdisciplinary Research, Applications of Nuclear Science, Atomic Physics, Biophysics, Medical Physics, Materials Science.
EURO-LABS supports Transnational Access (TA) to a broad spectrum of installations, to test concepts for future accelerators, based on improving the present facilities, and for R&D studies for future colliders like CERN/FCC or the Muon Collider. These facilities will provide beam lines for testing advanced accelerator materials, superconducting or normal Radio-Frequency cavities, magnets and acceleration schemes.
These tests use different particles and energies (low-energy protons, low-energy electrons, ultra-soft electron bunches and high-intensity high-energy electrons and could also have connections to industrial applications.
EURO-LABS supports Transnational Access (TA) to various facilities having energetic beams (protons, mesons, muons, electrons) and irradiation facilities in mixed hadron and g fields.