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.
Organised this September, a special topics workshop was an opportunity to discuss the international landscape of novel accelerators
EuPRAXIA is the first European project that develops a dedicated particle accelerator research infrastructure based on novel plasma acceleration concepts and laser technology.
New electron accelerator concept combines laser-driven and particle-driven plasma techniques.
11 new research infrastructures of high strategic importance to be included in important strategic roadmap were announced on 30 June 2021
EuPRAXIA project moves into its preparation phase
EuPRAXIA project concludes its conceptual design for a powerful, small-footprint accelerator, showing that plasma acceleration provides a viable alternative to established accelerator technologies.