Oct 27 – 30, 2024
Europe/Zurich timezone

EURO-LABS 3rd Annual Meeting

CERN is hosting the Third Annual Meeting (TAM) of the EURO-LABS EC funded project from October 28th to 30th, 2024. This meeting follows the Kick-Off Meeting (KOM) held in Bologna in 2022, and the Second Annual Meeting (SAM) held in Krakow in 2023. 

The annual meeting is an opportunity for participants to comprehensively assess project achievements, share and deliberate upon outcomes, and strategically outline future steps. 

Attendance is encouraged for all EURO-LABS members as well as users of the facilities, particularly students and early career researchers.

Those arriving on Sunday October 27th, can take advantage of a visit to the CERN Science Gateway and the guided tours offered (more details here). The program includes a poster session on Monday October 28th, where information on the facilities participating in EURO-LABS and highlight results from the funded experiments can be displayed.

A workshop dinner is organised for Tuesday October 29th, at a restaurant in downtown Geneva. 

The Governing Board (GB) meeting is scheduled for the afternoon of Wednesday, October 30th.

Looking forward to welcoming you all at CERN!  

European Laboratories for Accelerator Based Sciences (EURO-LABS), a programme for research infrastructures services advancing the frontiers of knowledge, aims to provide unified transnational access (TNA) to leading Research Infrastructures (RI) across Europe. The programme brings the nuclear physics, the high-energy accelerator, and the high-energy detector R&D communities together to foster collaborations and to stimulate synergies.

With 33 partners from European countries, EURO-LABS forms a large network of RIs, offering TNAs ranging from a modest size test infrastructure to large scale ESFRI facilities. The offered access enables research at the technological frontiers in accelerator and detector development to explore new physics ideas and open wider avenues in both basic and applied research in diverse topics ranging from optimal running of reactors to mimicking reactions in the stars.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 101057511.


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