EURO-LABS is a network of 33 research and academic institutions from 18 countries (25 beneficiaries and 8 associated partners) from European and non-EU countries, involving 47 Research Infrastructures (RI) in the Nuclear Physics, Accelerators and Detectors for high energy physics pillars. The project brings together, for the first time, the three research communities of nuclear physics, accelerator, and detector technologies for high energy physics, in a pioneering super-community of sub-atomic scientists. Within it, EURO-LABS ensures diversity and actively supports researchers and research groups to use its RIs.
Its main goal is to provide 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 advancing projects with broad societal impact, fostering knowledge sharing between scientific fields and enhancing Europe’s potential for successfully facing future challenges.
To fulfill this goal, the community recognizes that it needs to pay attention to improve the efficiency of use of RIs and to increase its human and institutional basis. It was decided, therefore, to organize a system of training activities, at various levels, starting with annual Basic Training schools and Advanced Training schools, organized by members of the project.
Here we announce the Basic training school of 2023 BTS23, Sept. 13-23, 2023, to be organized at IFIN-HH, Bucharest-Magurele, Romania.
Up to 15-20 students (trainees) will be selected for a period of 12 days. The trainees’ participation will be fully financed by EURO-LABS: travel with economy class within Europe, accommodation, and subsistence support. Trainers will be local and international.