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ARIES: Accelerator Research and Innovation for European Science and Society

ARIES coordinates a consortium of 41 partners from 18 different European countries to ensure the strengthen particle accelerator science for the future. By promoting innovation, fostering interdisciplinary and international collaboration, laying the groundwork for the training future accelerator scientists, and enhancing current accelerator facilities whilst producing concepts and technologies for future facilities, ARIES aims to enhance European R&D for particle accelerators and further grow and integrate the accelerator community.

 

Maurizio Vretenar (CERN)
16 Jul 2019

Bringing particle accelerators on ships

The first test to use a particle accelerator to clean the exhaust gases of a ship took place in Riga in July 2019. The first results are encouraging.

Daniela Antonio (CERN)
16 Jul 2019

Budapest welcomes the 2nd ARIES Annual Meeting

ARIES Annual Meeting highlights reports from networks, transnational access, proof-of-concept projects, workshops and a special session on accelerator science applied to medicine.

Yiota Foka (CERN)
11 Jul 2019

Master Class captivates the next generation of scientists

CERN, DKFZ Heidelberg and GSI Darmstadt engage the next generation of scientists through a hands-on experience on particle therapy.

Livia Lapadatescu
24 Mar 2019

Simon van der Meer Award

Apply now to Simon van der Meer Early Career Award in Novel Accelerators! Deadline: 27 May 2019

Adriana Rossi (CERN) & Sergey Sadovich (CERN)
20 Mar 2019

Electron Lens Test Stand at CERN

The new electron lens test stand paves the way for the HL-LHC upgrade.

Daniela Antonio (CERN)
10 Dec 2018

The future of communication and outreach for accelerators

Members from the accelerator communication community gathered at CERN for a workshop.

Alessandro Bertarelli (CERN)
8 Oct 2018

High thermal performance materials

ARIES has launched an extensive characterization campaign of a broad range of high thermal performance materials for applications in future particle accelerators and the industry.

L Marco Zanetti (INFN), Frank Zimmermann (CERN)
8 Oct 2018

Discussing a future strategy for muon colliders

Discussing status and ongoing efforts in light of the upcoming European Strategy update.

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ACC
Accelerator-related stories
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CLIC
Compact Linear Collider
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ACO
Accelerator Communication and Outreach
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ARI
ARIES: Accelerator Research and Innovation for European Science and Society
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EUP
EUPRAXIA: European Plasma Research Accelerator with Excellence in Applications
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FCC
FCC : Future Circular Collider study and European Circular Collider (EuroCirCol) project
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HIL
HL LHC: High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider
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ESI
EASITRAIN: European Advanced Superconductivity Innovation and Training
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KT
Knowledge Technology Transfer
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