The European Spallation Source has released a “Call for Expressions of Interest” to research institutes and other organisations to participate in the project with in-kind contributions. The call broadly encourages potential partners to contribute in many ways, usually in the form of technical components, or work.
With this call, ESS starts the process of identifying and agreeing with those partners who will participate in the project. Already, a large number of research institutes and laboratories have contributed to the design work and planning of the Pre-Construction work. Many of those partners will continue in the Construction Phase, and many others will join.
“ESS is preparing to moving into Construction,” says Jim Yeck, the ESS CEO. “This is an important step in defining concretely who will contribute to the project and how ESS will be built.”
The call is directed towards research institutes, universities, laboratories, companies, or combinations of these, coming from...