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... o the development of lasers. Ever higher laser beam powers, brightness and shorter pulse lengths have helped establish them as an invaluable tool for both a wide range of industry and medical applications, such as for example material treatment, precision measurements, laser cutting, display technologies, and laser surgery, and for fundamental research, where many of the most advanced experiments ...
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"The Council of the European Union expressively welcomed the development of a first European roadmap for research infrastructures. The aim of this recently published roadmap was to identify vital new infrastructures that are crucial for the future European research area, in particular for capacity building. These multi-disciplinary projects require substantial investments, forty percent of which ...
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Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR)

Start date: Aug 1, 2007, End date: Jan 31, 2012,

"Subject of this EU project is the implementation of the FAIR GmbH for the construction of the new research infrastructure FAIR. The "Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research" is an integrated system of particle accelerators which will provide high energy and high intensity beams of ions from antiprotons to uranium with unprecedented quality for basic research in different fields of phys ...
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ERA-NET for Nuclear Physics Infrastructures (NuPNET)

Start date: Mar 1, 2008, End date: Nov 30, 2011,

To face the increase in the complexity of facilities, and the cost and technical demands in a global context of international user groups and expertise, 18 European Funding Agencies representing 14 countries have decided to submit an ERA-NET project to provide Europe with a more coherent funding of its Nuclear Physics Infrastructures and equipments. The project will ensure exchange of information, ...
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"Key questions in particle and astroparticle physics can be answered only by construction of new giant underground observatories to search for rare events and to study sources of terrestrial and extra-terrestrial neutrinos. In this context, the European Astroparticle Roadmap of 03/07, via ApPEC and ASPERA, states: “We recommend a new large European infrastructure, an international multi-purpose f ...
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