In the frame of the Future Circular Collider Innovation Study (FCCIS), a first workshop on the FCC collider design took place at CERN at the end of year
As part of the FCC Feasibility Study, design works of vacuum components is being carried out now and will soon reach the prototyping phase.
This February, a week-long event discussed physics programme and explored where faith meets science
The EU-supported project I.FAST announced a traineeship programme to support knowledge transfer of new component technologies between laboratories and industry.
Two European projects, HITRIplus and I.FAST, have obtained funding to work on different aspects of superconducting magnets for medical accelerators
The EU-funded project held the promise of designing more compact and cost-effective linac-based photon sources.
The ARIES project has developed a prototype electron gun to compensate the effect of space charge with electron lenses in hadron synchrotrons
This year, the CERN Accelerator School (CAS) offers the full series of training courses on accelerator physics and associated technologies.
Expert workshop provided participants with an in-depth overview of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Doctoral Networks scheme.
Set to finish at the end of year, the EU-funded CompactLight project held the promise of designing more compact and cost-effective linac-based photon sources.