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Actinide user laboratory at institute for transuranium elements, karlsruhe

Objective

The Actinide User Laboratory is part of the Institute for Transuranium Elements, a Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, and offers access to performing basic and applied research on actinide materials such as uranium, neptunium, plutonium etc., that are both radioactive and chemically poisonous.

Materials preparation facilities and a suite of instruments, together with expert technical assistance, are available for conducting basic or applied research studies. It addresses a large number of questions related to actinides, both basic and applied and is the only non-classified Laboratory in Europe where research on appreciable quantities of transuranium materials is conducted across a wide range of chemistry and physics offering access to external users.

Application:

Users potentially interested to participate to the programme should contact us at actuslab@itu.fzk.de to be introduced in our contact database and/or visit our website, http://itu.jrc.cec.eu.int/ACTINIDES_USER_LABORATORY/actinides_userlab.html

Funding Scheme

LFC - Access to Research Infrastructures

Coordinator

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
Address
Hermann-von-helmholtz Platz 1
76125 Karlsruhe
Germany