The directors of the three ELI-pillars and ELI Delivery Consortium, the organisation responsible for their coordination, met in Szeged. The members of ELI-DC, ELI Beamlines, ELI Nuclear Physics and ELI Attosecond reviewed the progression so far, reported on the current status of the three projects and discussed the forthcoming strategy and tasks, from negotiatiing with candidate countries to participating at scientific exhibitions and conferences.
In Salamanca, the delegation met with representatives from Spanish research centres. After the mutual presentations, new connections were formed with the attending participants Lóránt Lehrner, the Managing Director, the Research Technology Director, Károly Osvay, and the Surface Plasma Attosource Group leader, Subhendu Kahaly.
Our managing director Lóránt Lehrner and research technology director Károly Osvay signed a memorandum of understanding at the Embassy of France with the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).
Continuing the TRINNO project's series of interregional learning workshops to identify EU good practices, partners and stakeholders from business support ecosystems in Italy, Hungary, Ireland, Slovenia and Spain recently met in Galway, Ireland for a two day exchange event.
The Wolfgang Sandner Scientific Excellence Prize for early career scientists recognizes outstanding instrumental, experimental or theoretical contributions to the scientific field of extreme light research and applications.
HEPTech (High Energy Physics Technology Transfer Network) fostered by CERN has granted ELI-ALPS the opportunity to organize the Network’s 5th Annual Symposium in May 2018.
The TRINNO project - “Business ecosystem for Tradition and Innovation” - promotes competitiveness in European regions by improving policy instruments for business support systems.
The General Assembly of the Science Link Network has voted ELI-ALPS the new member of its infrastructure. Science Link is a network between leading research facilities of photon and neutron sources and their users.
On June 6th in Szeged, in cooperation with ELI-HU Non-Profit Ltd. a new project, High Time for Beam Time was presented to the hungarian SMEs.