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Computational Scientist – Simulations and Virtual Labs

The Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium, CERIC–ERIC, is a multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure open for basic and applied research in all fields of Materials, Biomaterials and Nanotechnology. CERIC has been built by integrating leading national research facilities based in 8 countries (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania and Slovenia) into a unique European entity…

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PaGES 4 training on data analysis and science communication

Throughout March 2019, the researchers at CERIC and its Italian representing entity, Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, supported the 146 pupils involved in the PaGES 4 project in analysing the data collected in the previous month during the experiments carried out at the X-Ray Optics Laboratory, at the NanoInnovation Lab, and at the IUVS and SISSI beamlines,…

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Scientists of the future trained in the PaGES4 project

In the 4th edition of the PaGES project, nearly 140 pupils from 7 schools in the Italian region Friuli Venezia Giulia came to visit the CERIC Italian partner facility in Trieste to conduct hands-on experiments in two synchrotron beamlines and two laboratories. The aim of their visit has been to have a direct experience of…

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CERIC and Rathenau Institute at the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport in Slovenia to discuss the socio-economic impact of CERIC

In the frame of the H2020 ACCELERATE project, CERIC and the Rathenau Institute have developed a methodology for the societal impact assessment of Research Infrastructures (RIs), which is an important element of their long-term sustainability. The methodology is shaped in a way that effectively fits the scale, scope and field of the RI. Moreover, it…

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The ERIC Forum project officially started at the kick-off meeting in Amsterdam

On January 31st, 2019, 23* European Research Infrastructures based in 11 different countries, and with nodes in all European Member States, met in Amsterdam to launch the ERIC Forum project, co-funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme (grant agreement 823798.) The project will run until December 2022. The community legal framework for a European…

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CERIC call for proposals now open!

Apply here to the CERIC call for proposals! CERIC offers access to more than 50 complementary instruments and two support laboratories, for multidisciplinary research in all fields of materials science and nanotechnology. Researchers from all over the world can apply for access free of charge, upon the condition that results are published and CERIC acknowledged. In…

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Selected the winners of the CERIC Science Picture Contest 2018!

The winners of the 3rd edition of the CERIC Science Picture Contest have been selected! David Pervan: 3D Printed Copper Surface The microscope image shows the surface of a 3D printed copper surface. During fabrication, occasionally surface oxides form, which are visible under the microscope as a blueish glimmer.   Alessia Matruglio: Don’t let me…

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