The project is structured into 14 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.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 653782.
11th June 2018, DESY, Hamburg, Germany
4th - 6th July 2018, Liverpool, UK
6th July 2018, Liverpool, UK
EuPRAXIA brings together novel acceleration schemes, modern lasers, the latest correction technologies and large-scale user areas.
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