Partenaires

Organismes partenaires de CLIO

Infranalytics et EU-FTICR permettent un financement des projets nationaux ou internationaux.

https://infranalytics.cnrs.fr

Infranalytics résulte de l’association de trois infrastructures de recherche françaises dédiées à la caractérisation et à l’analyse chimique. Grâce à une collaboration étroite entre ces infrastructures en réseaux, Infranalytics propose aux acteurs académiques et industriels un accès à des outils analytiques de pointe, complémentaires, ainsi qu’une expertise scientifique et un support technique au meilleur niveau pour la réalisation d’une large gamme d’expériences dans les domaines de la santé, de l’environnement, de l’énergie, des matériaux ou de l’agro-alimentaire.

http://eu-fticr-ms.eu

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731077.http://eu-fticr-ms.eu
EU FT-ICR MS proposal aims to establish a European network of FT-ICR (Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance) mass spectrometry (MS) centers in association with a manufacturer and a SME software company. Mass spectrometry (MS) has become the most ubiquitous analytical techniques in use today, providing more information on the composition and the structure of a substance from a smaller amount of sample than any other techniques.

https://www.fels-of-europe.eu

FELS OF EUROPE is a collaboration of all free electron laser (FEL) facilities in Europe, with the goal to meet the technological and scientific challenges of these novel and rapidly developing technologies and to provide a worldwide unique, pan-European research infrastructure that enables exploiting the full scientific potential of these unique accelerator based short-pulse light sources. The collaboration is an initiative of the ESFRI projects EuroFEL and European XFEL and includes 15 facilities in 11 countries

https://www.esuo.eu

The European Synchrotron and Free Electron Laser User Organisation offers to represent all users of synchrotron and free electron-laser facilities in Europe. Such state-of-the-art facilities enable various kinds of experiments in fields ranging from physics through life sciences to cultural heritage to be conducted. At present, users from 30 European member states and European associated countries are represented by ESUO national delegates / representatives.