SOLARNET brings together and integrates the major European research infrastructures in the field of high-resolution solar physics, in order to promote their coordinated use and development. This network involves all pertinent European research institutions, infrastructures, and data repositories. Together, these represent first-class facilities. The additional participation by private companies and non-European research institutions maximizes the impact on the world-wide scale.
Networking activities, access to first-class infrastructures and joint research and development activities will be covered under SOLARNET to improve, in quantity and quality, the service provided by this European community.
In summary, SOLARNET involves:
More than 500 solar physics researchers.
32 partners from 16 countries: 24 EU research institutions; 6 EU private companies; 2 USA research institutions.
SOLARNET Project achievements will be of paramount relevance to contribute towards the realisation of the 4m European Solar Telescope (EST).
- July 15, 2015. SOLARNET Announcement of Oportunity: Mobility of Young Researchers. DEADLINE: September 15, 2015.
- July 7, 2015. New record of visitors during the Open Doors Days of the Teide Observatory.
- July 2, 2015. Teide Observatory Open Doors Days: 3rd and 4th July, 2015.
- June 19, 2015. SolarLab: more than 80 000 Canary students have had the opportunity of observing the Sun…