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Contract notice: Providing windows radio frequency (rf) equipped with aerials for power couplers superconducting cavities of a cryomodule european spallation source (ess).
STOCKHOLM -- Henning Larsen Architects has been selected to design the European Spallation Source research centre.
The Institute brings together research in accelerator science and engineering, from low energy devices in its own laboratories to the highest energy machines at sites around the world, including the Large Hadron Collider in Cern, Switzerland, and the European Spallation Source in Lund, Sweden.
In pursuit of tomorrow's data-handling technology, researchers at the European Spallation Source have unearthed a novel magnetic phenomenon.
STOCKHOLM -- The first international review of the European Spallation Source Project has concluded that the project is in good shape and is now ready to begin Construction work.
STOCKHOLM -- Five international consortia of architect and landscaping companies will compete to make the architectural design of buildings and landscape at the future European Spallation Source research centre.
When built in 2019, the European Spallation Source will be one of Europe's largest science facilities.
This community meets today in Lund, Sweden, at the European Spallation Source for a 2-day workshop co-organised by CERN, ESS and by ERF, the European Association of National Research Facilities.