The project is structured into 15 work packages of which 8 are included into the EU design study.
A consortium of 16 laboratories and universities from 5 EU member states has formed to produce a conceptual design report.
The management bodies will organise, lead and control the project's activities and make sure that objectives are met
The project will bridge the gap between successful proof-of-principle experiments and ground-breaking, ultra-compact accelerators for science, industry, medicine or the energy frontier.
EuPRAXIA Yearly Meeting 2018 and 4th Collaboration Week
19th – 23rd November 2018, INFN-LNF, Frascati (RM), Italy
EuPRAXIA brings together novel acceleration schemes, modern lasers, the latest correction technologies and large-scale user areas.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 653782.
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