CERIC Facilities operational status
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak the operation of some of the CERIC facilities has been disrupted. If you have a proposal scheduled in the following months, we kindly invite you to check the list below for an overview.
Some of the CERIC’s facilities are still running and are available for Fast Track access for COVID19-related research. Learn more on how to submit your proposal here.
Ruđer Bošković Institute – Croatia
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak RBI accelerator facility has been closed for nearly two months and is reopening at the 4th of May.
Access to some of the beam lines will be possible initially only for a remote use, and we started to book a beam time for such a way.
The earliest beam time booking with a remote use is the 1st of June.
Concerning the physical access to the facility, we expect that it will be possible approximately 2 months after the travel ban between the respective users’ country and Croatia will be lifted.
Budapest Neutron Centre – Hungary
The user operation at BNC has been resumed, but only for remote measurements due to travel bans. To assess the feasibility of your experiments, please get in touch with your local contact at the facility
Charles University Prague – Czech Republic
The premises of the University are still closed to public until further notice.
The Czech government is considering softening the lockdown because of relatively good development of the COVID-19 situation in Czechia. However, current travel restrictions may still prevent our users from travelling.
For information about the operational status of the other facilities:
- Graz University of Technology – Austria
- Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste – Italy
- National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS – Poland
- National Institute of Materials Physics – Romania
- National Institute of Chemistry – Slovenia
please get in touch with your local contact at the facility.
Latest update: 16.04.2020