Dr Nicholas Sammut, deputy dean the University of Malta’s Faculty of ICT, was elected chairman of the governing board of the Accelerator Research and Innovation for European Science and Society (Aries).

Aries brings together the major European laboratories, infrastructures, universities and industries in the field of accelerator technology. The initiative’s main aim is to avoid duplication of effort and to coordinate development of new concepts to improve accelerator technologies. It will provide access to top-class accelerator re­search and test infrastructures to European researchers and industry.

It aims to further integrate the European accelerator community and to develop a joint strategy towards sustainable accelerator science and technology. Aries is co-funded by the partners and the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Programme.

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