A Collaborating Center agreement signed between Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste and IAEA

Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste in Italy has been Designated as a New IAEA Collaborating Center

Elettra has worked with the IAEA for more than 15 years. The new agreement will focus on the topic “Advanced Light Sources: Hardware and Development of Multi-Disciplinary Methodologies”, and will support countries in research, development and capacity building in the application of advanced and innovative radiation technologies.

The recent partnership agreements between the IAEA and Elettra have focussed primarily on the XRF beamline, developing new hardware and analytical methods and have supported training and access to that facility. The new collaborating centre agreement has a much broader scope, including design of light sources, beamlines and optics. Elettra will provide assistance to developing countries planning to build or improve their own synchrotron facilities by training scientists and technologists in key areas.

More info: www.iaea.org
Last Updated on Friday, 29 May 2020 16:10