Second Annual Meeting (SAM) of EURO-LABS
October 9th -October 11th 2023- Kraków-PL
October 9 (Monday(, 2023:
Join Zoom Meetings:
Monday 9th October (h.13:30-17:45)
Tuesday 10th October (h.8:45-18:45)
Wednesday 11th October (h.9:30-12:15)
EURO-LABS (European-Laboratories for Accelerator Based Sciences) is a four-year project funded in the Horizon Europe program of the European Commission. EURO-LABS provides effective access to a network of 47 Research Infrastructures (including 3 RIs with Virtual Access) to conduct curiosity-based research, addressing fundamental questions and technological challenges and training the next generation of researchers.
EURO-LABS started on 1st of September 2022 and the Kick Off Meeting was held in Bologna from 3rd to 5th October. The presentations offered a detailed overview of the research infrastructures and facilities providing particle and ion beams at energies from MeV to GeV (https://agenda.infn.it/event/32088/). This meeting provided a first panorama of the strengths and synergies of this super community and allowed the teams to discover each other and explore avenues of future collaborations.
A few of planned milestones and deliverables have been completed. The 2nd Annual meeting of EURO-LABS (SAM EURO-LABS) will be held in Krakow from the 9th afternoon to 11th afternoon of October 2023 and will be hosted by IFJ PAN. During the meeting the activities in the first year of EURO-LABS will be analysed and the strategy and goals for the next year will be discussed. There will be a vibrant exchange of ideas towards to further improve the cross fertilization and avenues for future collaborations among the communities. During SAM EURO-LABS the first annual report of EURO-LABS will be finalized and submitted. The meeting will conclude with the meeting of the Governing Board of EURO-LABS. We look forward to seeing you in Krakow.
Annual Meeting EURO-LABS Related event
AMICI-I.FAST Workshop on Facilities for beam test of accelerator components will be held in Kraków, 12 October 2023 (More information here). The workshop is organized by The Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences.