ERA-NET for Nuclear Physics Infrastructures

Basic Information


Co-ordinator: Sydney GALES, Deputy Director IN2P3/CNRS and Director of GANIL Co-ordination Manager: Dorothée PEITZMANN, Chargée de mission NuPNET

Main research priorities of the network

Basic research in Nuclear Physics To face the increase in the complexity of facilities, and the cost and technical demands in a global context of international user groups and expertise, 18 European funding Agencies representing 14 countries have decided to provide Europe with a more coherent funding of its Nuclear Physics Infrastructures and equipments. The project will ensure exchange of information, the establishment of a long list of joint transnational funding opportunities. Following this list of "opportunities", a list of topics for the joint transnational call will be selected to achieve our aim to propose one or more concrete pilot actions. The success of the activities within the scope of NuPNET will be a major achievement in the field and will have a strong impact on the present and future European landscape of Research Infrastructures in Nuclear Physics.

Research fields covered by the network

  • Other: Nuclear Physics

Target Groups

  • Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)
  • Public Research Organisations (PROs)

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Joint Calls

Joint Call Title Type Launch Date Deadline
End Date
1st NuPNET Common Call 2011 for Joint Transnational Activities one-stage 14/02/2011   22/04/2011

Submitted: 16


Funded: 5