Barrier, Elise3; Manuel Braz Fernandes, Francisco4; Bujan, Maya5; C. Feiters, Martin6; Froideval, Annick13; Ghijsen, Jacques8; Hase, Thomas9; A. Hough, Michael14; Jergel, Matej15; Jimenez, Ignacio12; Nielsen, Martin Meedom1
1 Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark2 Neutrons and X-rays for Materials Physics, Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark3 Université Lille Nord de France4 Universidade Nova de Lisboa5 Rudjer Boskovic Institute6 Radboud Universiteit7 Paul Scherrer Institut8 University of Namur9 University of Warwick10 University of Essex11 Slovak Academy of Sciences12 Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid13 Paul Scherrer Institut14 University of Essex15 Slovak Academy of Sciences
Transnational access (TNA) to national radiation sources is presently provided via programmes of the European Commission by BIOSTRUCT-X and CALIPSO with a major benefit for scientists from European countries. Entirely based on scientific merit, TNA allows all European scientists to realise synchrotron radiation experiments for addressing the Societal Challenges promoted in HORIZON2020. In addition, by TNA all European users directly take part in the development of the research infrastructure of facilities. The mutual interconnection of users and facilities is a strong prerequisite for future development of the research infrastructure of photon science. Taking into account the present programme structure of HORIZON2020, the European Synchrotron User Organization (ESUO) sees considerable dangers for the continuation of this successful collaboration in the future.
Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 2014, Vol 21, Issue 3, p. 638-639
Instrumentation; Nuclear and High Energy Physics; Radiation; European Synchrotron User Organization (ESUO); HORIZON2020; transnational access (TNA); High energy physics; Instruments; European Commission; European Countries; Programme structures; Radiation facilities; Research infrastructure; Synchrotrons