The ESFRI 2018 Roadmap update process was launched at ICRI2016

At ICRI2016, Giorgio Rossi, ESFRI Chair, launched the process for the Roadmap 2018 update. In a highly attended event which took place on October 3rd, side-by-side with the launch of the first South-African Roadmap, the ESFRI Chair announced that the process for the submission of new proposals will be open until August, 31st. The submission form will be online in January 2017 and guides for the submission process will be published before that. ...


Towards the Roadmap 2018 Update

On October 4th 2016, ESFRI launches its Roadmap 2018 update to identify new Research Infrastructures of pan-European strategic value for the long-term needs of the European science and innovation communities in all areas of research. The ESFRI Roadmap is a collective and on-going process, mandated by the Council of the European Union, depending on a continuous commitment from the European research communities. The Roadmap 2018 will be the fifth European Roadmap for Research Infrastructures....



From 3rd to 5th October 2016,  the International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI 2016) will take place in Cape Town, South Africa, hosted by the South African Department of Science and Technology (DST) in collaboration with the European Commission.

During ICRI2016, the international community of research infrastructures will have the opportunity to visit ESFRI’s exhibition booth (booth1), explore its strategic role in the world of...


"Neutron scattering facilities in Europe" ESFRI report now published

The "Neutron scattering facilities in Europe - Present status and future perspectives" report (ESFRI Scripta Vol. 1) has been published. The Volume will be distributed to ESFRI Delegations that will convene in Matera on 23 September 2016 and presented worldwide during the next International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI2016) that will take place in...