The end of the EU project RADIATE (and how the network continues)

The RADIATE project is ending today – on the 30th of June 2023. After 4 1/2 years and an estimated 17 411 hours of transnational access (exact numbers yet to be determined!), it is time to say good bye for now. The RADIATE consortium met for the final meeting in mid-June in Split, Croatia, to wrap up the project, discuss last things, and listen to selected Transnational Access user presentations.

The RADIATE network continues working together in the EU projects ReMade@ARI and RIANA. Furthermore, the consortium decided to continue meeting regularly as RADIATE at conferences and will continue working together for periodic newsletters and on topics like quality control.

We thank the members of the External Advisory Board, as well as the members of the User Selection Panel for their valuable work over the years. Likewise, we want to express our sincere gratitude to our users. Without your enthusiasm, feedback, and active participation, the RADIATE project would not have succeeded!

The website will remain online and will continue posting news from the ion beam community. If you have any news to share, please let us know at

Group photo of the RADIATE consortium
The RADIATE consortium with members of the External Advisory Board and TA users at the final meeting in Split, Croatia © S. Facsko

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