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.

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.

Previous Issues
16 July, 2019

Accelerators probing Gravitational Waves

The virtual workshop “Storage Rings and Gravitational Waves” (SRGW2021) shed new light on whether accelerators can be used for the detection or generation of Gravitational Waves.

Issue 36
08 April, 2021

The importance of knowledge transfer in the development and application of ionizing radiation

Companies provided the means by which ionizing radiation could be utilised in the development of products and services.

Issue 33
15 July, 2020

ARIES consortium produces world-class HTS tapes

REBCO conductor tapes reached a world-record critical current at 20T, strengthening the possibilities for a demonstrator of high-level accelerator magnets. Lucio Rossi, leader of the HL-LHC project, explains.

Previous Issues
24 March, 2020