Trans-national Access within CALIPSOplus
The CALIPSOplus Consortium offer Trans-national Access (TA), including travel and subsistence support, to users from EU Member States or Associated States solely based on scientific merit. The Trans-national Access program within CALIPSOplus includes access to a very large number of individual beamlines (several hundreds in total), representing a world-level cutting edge instrumentation park and a unique research network in the world as of level and dimension.
Lightsources integrated in CALIPSOplus
The Trans-national Access program is organised in individual work packages (WP6 to WP21) for each facility/infrastructure. This concept is the most appropriate and efficient organisation for the very large number of individual beamlines (several hundreds in total) distributed over 16 different legal entities having their own rules and procedures.
If you need more information about the funding procedure for Trans-national Access within CALIPSOplus please click of the facility you are interested in on the image* or the table below. Thank you.
The numbered cycles are referenced to the respective Trans-National Access Activity in the CALIPSOplus work packages. An overview and more detailed description of the CALIPSOplus Trans-national Access Activities you can find here.
|Synchrotron||Free electron laser – IR||Free electron laser – X-Ray||Hard X-ray|
|Facilities in operation||ALBA
|Facilities entering into user operation in 2016/2017||SOLARIS
|Facilities expecting to welcome users earliest as of 2019||TARLA|
|Access provided exclusively for industry||ANKA
* European XFEL just opened for user operation September, 1st 2017.
A comprehensive and standardised beamline database, together with an improved standardised route for proposal generation and submission of European lightsources will be offered by means of the portal wayforlight.eu to all users.