Programme overview





Detailed programme


Opening talk

Radu Constantinescu
University of Craiova
Craiova, Romania
"Science for Education and Education for Science in Central and South-Eastern Europe"


Closing summary

Christophe Rossel
President of the European Physical Society and EPS Fellow
IBM Research-Zurich Science and Technology Dept.
Rüschlikon, Switzerland


Invited talks

I-1
John Womersley
European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI)
Science and Technology Facilities Council
Swindon, UK
"European Research Infrastructures - the perspective from ESFRI"

I-2
Meera Venkatesh
Division of Physical and Chemical Sciences,
Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, IAEA
Vienna, Austria
"International Atomic Energy Agency's efforts in supporting researchers through facilitating coalitions, collaborations and networking "

I-3
Carlo Rizzuto
CERIC-ERIC
Trieste, Italy
"The international integration of national efforts in Research Infrastructures in Centre East Europe: the case of CERIC-ERIC"

I-4
Béla Faragó
Institut Laue-Langevin
Grenoble, France
"The ILL access policy, evolutions and trends"

I-5
Boris Sharkov
FAIR GmbH
Darmstadt, Germany
"International FAIR - platform for efficient interdisciplinary scientific co-operation"

I-6
Jonathan Tennyson
European Task Force on Laboratory Astrophysics (ETFLA)
London, UK
"Research Infrastructure for European Laboratory Astrophysics"

I-7
Jürgen Fassbender
Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research, HZDR
Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany
"European access to ion beam facilities for materials and interdisciplinary research"

I-8
Philippe Froissard
European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, Unit for Research Infrastructures
Brussels, Belgium
"European Research Infrastructure Policy - possible next steps supporting the widening of partnerships and increasing sustainability of Research Infrastructures"

I-9
Wolfgang Sandner
ELI Delivery Consortium AISBL
Brussels, Belgium
"Extreme Light Infrastructure ELI: open access to world-class research combined with the socio-economic impact of a European key technology"

I-10
Edgar Weckert
Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY)
Hamburg, Germany
"Investigating the Structure and Dynamics of Matter Using Brilliant Synchrotron and FEL Sources"

I-11
Edward Mitchell
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)
Grenoble, France
"Commercial use of European research infrastructures: a win-win scenario?"

I-12
Matthias Laubenstein
Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso
Assergi L'Aquila, Italy
"The Gran Sasso National Laboratory"


Round-table discussion participants

Hartmut Abele
Atominstitut, TU Wien
Vienna, Austria

Ferenc Friedler
National Research, Development and Innovation Office
Budapest, Hungary

Philippe Froissard
European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, Unit for Research Infrastructures
Brussels, Belgium

Dmitry Kamanin
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Dubna, Russia

Zbynek Sourek
Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Prague, Czech Republic

Ioan Ursu
ELI-NP, Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH)
Magurele, Romania


Contributed talks

C-1
Frank Linde
Astroparticle Physics European Consortium (APPEC)
National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef)
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"Astroparticle physics - What & How to get organized?"

C-2
Joe Woodford
Scientific Segment Manager, National Instruments EMEIA
Newbury, UK
"How FPGAs within COTS help drive down Total Cost of Ownership for large Infrastructure project"

C-3
Károly Dán
Ambassador
Permanent Mission of Hungary to the OSCE, the UN,
and other international organizations in Vienna
Vienna, Austria
"The Hungarian perspective"

C-4
Péter Lévai
MTA Wigner Research Centre for Physics
Budapest, Hungary
"Recent and future participation in ESFRI infrastructures - a challenge for Hungary"

C-5
István Rajta
MTA Atomki
Debrecen, Hungary
"The new 2 MV Tandetron accelerator and ion nanoprobe at MTA Atomki: Towards a centre of ion-beam physics and a multi-purpose laboratory"

C-6
György Gyürky
MTA Atomki
Debrecen, Hungary
"Nuclear astrophysics in Atomki: from p-process to hydrogen burning"

C-7
Zita Szikszai
MTA Atomki
Debrecen, Hungary
"Ion beam analysis at MTA Atomki within multidisciplinary research communities in Europe"

C-8
Szabolcs Szilasi
MTA Atomki
Debrecen, Hungary
"The Tandetron laboratory from the point of view of a young postdoc"

C-9
Csaba Balázsi
Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research
Budapest, Hungary
"Research infrastructure projects from Hungarian perspective in connection with EIT KIC Raw Material and EURATOM programs"

C-10
Johannes von Borany
Institute of Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research, HZDR
Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany
"HZDR Ion Beam Center Activities for Industrial Collaboration and Innovation"

C-11
Zsolt Fülöp
MTA Atomki
Debrecen, Hungary
"Towards edutainment"

C-12
Volodymyr Maslyuk
Institute of Electron Physics (IEP) of NASU
Uzhhorod, Ukraine
"Microtron M-30 for basic and applied science for the Carpathian Euro region"

C-13
Renata Mikolajczak
Radioisotope Centre POLATOM, National Centre for Nuclear Research
Warsaw, Poland
"Center of Design and Synthesis of Radiopharmaceuticals for Molecular Targeting, CERAD, on the Polish Roadmap for Research Infrastructures"

C-14
Nikolai Russakovich
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
Dubna, Russia
"JINR on the way towards integration into European research landscape"