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DITANET – Novel Diagnostic Techniques for Future Particle Accelerators

A Marie Curie Initial Training NETwork





In this frame, several major research centers, leading universities, and partners from industry developed beyond-state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques for future accelerator facilities and jointly train students and young researchers within a unique European structure. It was part of Marie Curie Initial Training NETwork.



Basic data about DITANET research project:

  • Coordinator: University of Liverpool, UK
  • Duration: 2008–2012
  • Role of Instrumentation Technologies: Associated Partner
  • Website:



Funded by:

FP7 people MarieCurie


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