The Analytical Research Infrastructures in Europe (ARIEs) provide unique windows into the workings of the world around us. They include powerful photon sources, such as synchrotrons, laser systems and free-electron lasers; sources of neutrons, ions and other particle beams; and facilities dedicated to advanced electron-microscopy and high magnetic fields.
They are centres of scientific and technological excellence, delivering services, data and know-how to a growing and diverse user community of more than 40,000 researchers in academia and industry, across a range of domains: the physical sciences, energy, engineering, the environment and the earth sciences, as well as medicine, health, food and cultural heritage.
The insights into materials and living matter made possible by their collective tools underpin the advanced research necessary for the success of the Horizon Europe Missions. The ARIEs provide free access to the scientific user community based upon scientific excellence and open data.
Rafal Dunin-Borkowski, Forschungszentrum Jülich – e-DREAM
Joachim Wosnitza, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf – EMFL (ARIE Spokesperson)
Karen Kirkby, University of Manchester – INSPIRE
Jens Biegert, ICFO – Laserlab Europe AISBL
Leonid Rivkin, Paul Scherrer Institute – LEAPS
Etienne Snoeck, CEMES-CNRS – e-DREAM
Charles Simon, LNCMI-CNRS – EMFL
Michael Merchant, University of Manchester – INSPIRE
Claes-Göran Wahlström, Lund University – Laserlab Europe AISBL
Gastón García López, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid – RADIATE
Markus Schmitz, Forschungszentrum Jülich – e-DREAM
Hannes Kühne, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf – EMFL
Helena Kondryn, University of Manchester – INSPIRE
Daniela Stozno, Max-Born-Institut – Laserlab Europe AISBL
Alejandro Sánchez, ALBA Synchrotron – LEAPS
Miriam Förster, ILL – LENS
Barbara Schramm, Helmholtz Center Dresden-Rossendorf – RADIATE