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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.



Research Programme

T. Tschentscher: CRISP Steering Committee & scientific director Email 

The scientific and technical activity of CRISP is undertaken by eleven of the physics and material sciences group of projects within the ESFRI Roadmap. They join their resources and expertise together, forming a heterogeneous group with a diverse range of methodologies, to share interests in the CRISP topics, albeit with variable geometry. Work is conducted under topic groups to include Accelerators, Instruments & Experiments, Detectors & Data Acquisition, and Information Technology & Data Management to reflect the natural flow of scientific and technical activity of the Research Infrastructures.

Close collaborations and continuous exchanges of experience within the scientific topic groups of CRISP and across them, enables an optimal exploitation of the complementary expertise of the project members. Interaction with similar national and international activities ensures that the novel developments elaborated within CRISP are truly complementary and comply with the challenges faced by the European Research Area.

The CRISP Coordinator manages the project taking responsibility for the implementation and delivery of the research programme. Dissemination and Industry Related Activities are conducted in close collaboration with the Coordinator, and the Topic Leaders through the Executive Group, and in liaison with the member research infrastructures and participating partners, to ensure full communication of the achievements across the CRISP project and facilitate outreach and dissemination activities.