A workshop gathering authorities engaged on on Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) projects was held in Brussels on 5 and 6 May 2015.
The JASPERS Networking Platform was created to complement JASPERS project advisory operations by implementing knowledge sharing and capacity building activities, as well as fostering dissemination of good practices and exchange of experiences among all EU member states, pre-accession countries and other JASPERS Stakeholders.
The JASPERS Networking Platform is open to relevant authorities from all EU Member States (EU 28), as well as pre-accession Countries.
The purpose of this workshop was to bring together the main stakeholders from the three ELI-pillar countries for a joint event focused on the current status of the ELI project. It created an opportunity for the different national authorities involved to share experience on various topics related to the monitoring and institutional approach on the projects.
For the different ELI pillars it was the occasion to present and exchange information on the progress of the projects, notably on: construction works, procurement, development of research activities, bottlenecks encountered and timeline until end of construction and start of operations.
As a key participant in the workshop, the ELI DC had the opportunity to present the roadmap towards the ELI ERIC, including strategies for common open access policies, technology transfer and organisational activities.
For more information and the final agenda please see the Workshop Description available on this page.
For any further enquiry on the workshop and in general on the activities of the JASPERS Networking Platform please write an email to email@example.com
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The Workshop Description is available for downloading below.
Presentations and other proceedings from the workshop will be made available on this page after the event.