RADIATE: Research And Development with Ion beams – Advancing Technology in Europe


Funded by the EU Research and Innovation programme Horizon 2020, 14 partners from public research and 4 SMEs are joining forces in the RADIATE project exchanging experience and best practice examples in order to structure the European Research Area of ion technology application.

Besides further developing ion beam technology and strengthening the cooperation between European ion beam infrastructures, RADIATE is committed to providing easy, flexible and efficient access for researchers from academia and industry to the participating ion beam facilities. About 15800 hours of transnational access in total is going to be offered free of charge to users who have successfully underwent the RADIATE proposal procedure.