EuPRAXIA targets the realization of a "EUROPEAN PLASMA RESEARCH ACCELERATOR WITH EXCELLENCE IN APPLICATIONS". The major objective of the original EuPRAXIA design study was the preparation of a conceptual design report for the worldwide first plasma-based accelerator at 5 GeV with industrial beam quality and two user areas. This report is now available via the project website.

EuPRAXIA-DN: Global Minds, Accelerating Tomorrow - A Film on the Future of Plasma Accelerators

The film explores overcoming the cost and size constraints of particle accelerators, crucial for various fields, by developing more compact, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective technologies.

Issue 46
25 January, 2024

Surfatron – Bringing the science of plasma accelerators to the classroom

Online activity designed at the University of Liverpool proves successful in engaging schoolchildren with the physics of the novel plasma wakefield accelerator being investigated in AWAKE.

Issue 45
25 September, 2023

Major boost to European plasma accelerator facility

EuPRAXIA is the first European project that develops a dedicated particle accelerator research infrastructure based on novel plasma acceleration concepts and laser technology.

Issue 42
07 December, 2022

Plasma accelerator research and training boosted by EU funding

High level fellowships will carry out an interdisciplinary and cross-sector plasma accelerator research and training programme for the new EuPRAXIA research infrastructure.

Issue 41
09 September, 2022

Wakefield accelerators get a boost

New electron accelerator concept combines laser-driven and particle-driven plasma techniques.

Issue 37
21 July, 2021

EuPRAXIA included in ESFRI roadmap

11 new research infrastructures of high strategic importance to be included in important strategic roadmap were announced on 30 June 2021

Issue 37
20 July, 2021

Novel Technology Concepts for a Plasma Accelerator Research Facility

EuPRAXIA project moves into its preparation phase

Issue 34
30 September, 2020

Game-changing plasma accelerator

EuPRAXIA project concludes its conceptual design for a powerful, small-footprint accelerator, showing that plasma acceleration provides a viable alternative to established accelerator technologies.

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