European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures

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A Reinforced European Research Area Partnership for Excellence and Growth
More effective national research systems, Optimal transnational co-operation and competition, An open labour market for researchers, Optimal circulation, access to and transfer of scientific knowledge
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The ESFRI Roadmap identifies new Research Infrastructures (RI) of pan-European interest corresponding to the long term needs of the European research communities, covering all scientific areas.
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The ESFRI Roadmap

ESFRI Events

19.06.2017 to 21.06.2017
Krakow, Poland
The next ESFRI Forum Meeting will be held in Krakow, Poland. There will also be IG, SWG and EB meetings. ESFRI members may log in here to register for...

06.03.2017 to 08.03.2017
Lisbon, Portugal
The 60th ESFRI Forum Meeting will take place in Lisbon and participants can register online. The ESFRI Forum meeting is for delegates and permanent observers only, with the participation of observers and guests on a case-by-case...

News

21.07.2017
The ESFRI Landmark, Instruct, celebrated its new ERIC status at an awards ceremony at the Royal Society, London, on 18th July. Patrick Child, Deputy General, Research and Innovation European...
15.07.2017
RiTrain is inviting the research infrastructure community to inform them of their highest priority training needs in management and leadership and which could be fulfilled through custom-built staff...

Monitoring Research Infrastructures

Networks of National Research Infrastructures

The map shows the location of the Research Infrastructures funded by the European Commission to provide transnational access to researchers.​

Pan-European Research Infrastructures 

This map shows the location of the pan-European Research Infrastructures that are listed in the ESFRI Roadmap 2010.

 

 

Publications

European Landscape of Research Infrastructures: Neutron scattering facilities in Europe - Present status and future perspectives 

 ESFRI Scripta series will publish documents born out of special studies mandated by ESFRI to high level expert groups, when of general interest. This first volume reproduces the concluding report of an adhoc group mandated in 2014 by the Physical Science and Engineering Strategy Work Group (PSE SWG) of ESFRI, to develop a thorough analysis of the European Landscape of Research Infrastructures devoted to Neutron Scattering and Spectroscopy, and its evolution in the next decades..
 
 
 

ESFRI - Inspiring Excellence - Research Infrastructures and the Europe 2020 Strategy 

The ESFRI vision seeks to extend capability of Research Infrastructures to all research fields, driving innovation. It envisions all EU Member States working coherently and jointly together on RIs, to overcome existing limits. This vision for 2020 is ESFRI's contribution to building the European Research and Innovation Area.

 

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