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www.eli-laser.euThe ELI-PP project based in eastern Europe will provide a distributed large scale infrastructure hosting the most intense lasers world-wide.www.esrf.eu/AboutUs/UpgradeESRF-UP, completed in 2011, focused on detailed definition of ESRF's upgrade projects to maintain its world-leading role in photon science.www.esss.seESS in its preconstruction phase, is designing the linac and the target station plus the first set of instruments, ready for the opening of the facility in 2019.www.eurofel.euEurofel is a partnership of Max IV Lund, Sweden; SwissFEL at PSI Villigen, Switzerland; FLASH at DESY Hamburg, Germany; and FERMI@ELETTRA, Trieste, Italy.www.fair-center.euFAIR is a new, unique international accelerator facility for the research with antiprotons and ions being built near Darmstadt, Germany.www.ilc-higrade.euILC-HiGrade is undertaking preparations for the building of the International Linear Collider including construction and operational plans.www.ill.eu/science-technology/the-esfri-projects/the-ill-2020-upgrade-project/ILL 20/20 Upgrade is part of the Institut Laue Langevin’s on-going Millennium Programme to uphold ILL’s world-leadership in neutron-scattering science and technology.www.skatelescope.orgThe Square Kilometre Array, designed to answer big questions of our time, will be one of the largest scientific projects ever undertaken.The Square Kilometre Array, designed to answer big questions of our time, will be one of the largest scientific projects ever undertaken.www.cern.ch/SLHC-PP/The SLHC-PP project provides justification of the Large Hadron Collider through the physics results and operational experience.www.ganil-spiral2.eu/SPIRAL2 is a linear particle accelerator project for the study of fundamental nuclear physics and multidisciplinary research.http://www.xfel.eu
European XFEL due to start in 2015 in the Hamburg area, Germany, will generate ultrashort X-ray laser flashes, opening up completely new research opportunities for scientists and industrial users.

www.eli-laser.eu
The ELI-PP project based in eastern Europe will provide a distributed large scale infrastructure hosting the most intense lasers world-wide.

www.esrf.eu/AboutUs/Upgrade
ESRF-UP, completed in 2011, focused on detailed definition of ESRF's upgrade projects to maintain its world-leading role in photon science.

www.esss.se
ESS in its preconstruction phase, is designing the linac and the target station plus the first set of instruments, ready for the opening of the facility in 2019.

www.eurofel.eu
Eurofel is a partnership of Max IV Lund, Sweden; SwissFEL at PSI Villigen, Switzerland; FLASH at DESY Hamburg, Germany; and FERMI@ELETTRA, Trieste, Italy.

www.fair-center.eu
FAIR is a new, unique international accelerator facility for the research with antiprotons and ions being built near Darmstadt, Germany.

www.ilc-higrade.eu
ILC-HiGrade is undertaking preparations for the building of the International Linear Collider including construction and operational plans.

www.ill.eu/science-technology/the-esfri-projects/the-ill-2020-upgrade-project/
ILL 20/20 Upgrade is part of the Institut Laue Langevin’s on-going Millennium Programme to uphold ILL’s world-leadership in neutron-scattering science and technology.

www.skatelescope.org
The Square Kilometre Array, designed to answer big questions of our time, will be one of the largest scientific projects ever undertaken.The Square Kilometre Array, designed to answer big questions of our time, will be one of the largest scientific projects ever undertaken.

www.cern.ch/SLHC-PP/
The SLHC-PP project provides justification of the Large Hadron Collider through the physics results and operational experience.

www.ganil-spiral2.eu/
SPIRAL2 is a linear particle accelerator project for the study of fundamental nuclear physics and multidisciplinary research.

http://www.xfel.eu

European XFEL due to start in 2015 in the Hamburg area, Germany, will generate ultrashort X-ray laser flashes, opening up completely new research opportunities for scientists and industrial users.



About CRISP

WHAT DOES CRISP EXPECT TO ACHIEVE?

CRISP’s mission is to encourage and enable collaborating partners to combine their know-how and complementary expertise  in an effective manner. From this the partners foster novel ideas and forge new creative solutions to scientific and societal challenges. They are working to retain the lead in technological progress and scientific challenges, by exploiting complementary experience and knowledge.

WHAT BENEFITS DOES CRISP OFFER?

Through the mutual exchange of test and commissioning results, the partners are experiencing an improved and accelerated learning curve. This is leading to the faster and more effective implementation of science and technical solutions. The joining of expertise overcomes fragmented approaches and uncoordinated efforts to generate added value on a European scale. Sharing research and development provides infrastructures with the opportunity to enhance performance and reduce the risks associated with individual action giving Europe the chance to compete at the global level in the fast moving economical world.
The common intent is to provide a service of the highest quality; sensitive to the needs of a broad range of user communities within the European Research Area; responsive to diverse and changing demands in a highly dynamic environment; and directed towards ensuring that the large investments made at the national and international levels result in significant progress in science for the benefit of society.

WHO IS INVOLVED IN CRISP?

CRISP is a partnership which builds collaborations and creates long-term synergies between research infrastructures on the ESFRI (European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructure) Roadmap in the field of physics, astronomy and analytical facilities to facilitate their implementation and enhance their efficiency and attractiveness.