Visit to Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste by Austrian Minister of Education, Science and Research Martin Polaschek on Invitation from CERIC Consortium


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Today, May 13th, the Austrian Minister of Education, Science and Research, Martin Polaschek, accompanied by a high-level delegation from the ministry and the Technical University of Graz, visited some of the beamlines at the international research center Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste upon the invitation of the Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium (CERIC). The visit was brief, during which the Minister and the delegation explored the opportunities offered by the international network of CERIC and the synchrotron light lines SAXS and DXRL at Elettra, developed jointly by Austria and Italy for research on materials and biomaterials at the nanoscale and the manufacturing of micro-devices.

After a welcome in the experimental hall's exhibition area, the President and CEO of Elettra, Prof. Alfonso Franciosi, briefly introduced Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste and the opportunities of the Elettra 2.0 upgrade project, focusing on the benefits of international collaborations. He continued, along with Chief Scientific Officer Giorgio Paolucci and the Head of Time-Resolved Experimental Techniques Claudio Masciovecchio, with a stop at the TwinMic experimental station and a visit to the FERMI free electron laser.

The meeting, conducted in an informal setting, aimed to strengthen the collaboration between Austria, the CERIC Consortium, and the Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste research infrastructure, hoping for further joint research and innovations in the future
 
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2024 12:31