CERIC-ERIC

Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium (CERIC) - ERIC is an integrated multidisciplinary research infrastructure for basic and applied research in the fields of materials, biomaterials and nanotechnology. Located in 9 countries  of Central and South-Eastern Europe (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Poland,  Romania, Serbia and Slovenia), it is open to researchers from all over the world through one single open access point. A peer review evaluation system guarantees an access to nearly 50 multi-probe techniques based on the use of electrons, ions, neutrons and photons.

Access to CERIC is open to researchers from all over the world through two Calls for Proposals per year. It is free of charge for academic and non-proprietary research requiring access to one or more techniques. The condition for free access is the publication of the results of the experiments, with the appropriate references to the facilities and to the local contacts involved. 

Poland has become the member of CERIC-ERIC 1st March 2016. The Polish Partner Facility is SOLARIS synchrotron.  

Below you can find the list of CERIC-ERIC Partner Facilities (except for SOLARIS synchrotron). Detailed information on each entity has been gathered in the publication.

CERIC-ERIC website can be found at www.ceric-eric.eu.

 

Austria Graz University of Technology - Institute of Inorganic Chemistry
Croatia Ion Beam Accelerators - Ruđer Bošković Institute
Czechia Surface Physics Group, Charles University
Hungary Budapest Neutron Centre
Italy Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste
Romania Laboratory of Atomic Structures and Defects in Advanced Materials, National Institute of Material Physics
Slovenia Slovenian NMR Centre, National Institute of Chemistry

 

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