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A network co-ordinated by the University, will further understanding in the field of beam instrumentation for accelerators.
The â‚¬4.16 million development of the ‘Diagnostic Techniques for future particle Accelerators is the goal of the European Network’ (DITANET) is installed within the Marie Curie Initial Training Network scheme and will benefit PhD students and Postdocs within the School of Physical Sciences.
The DITANET consists of higher education and industry partners working together to train the students and consists of ten members including CERN and the University of Stockholm.
In addition to research projects, a wide training programme is offered, consisting of both local and network-wide training in beam diagnostics. The networks next international school will be held on 7-11 March in Stockholm.
Visit the website for further information on the network and current projects.
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