European Spallation Source ERIC (ESS)
Founded when ESS Council was formed. Decision to build ESS in Lund (Sweden), 28 May 2009. Construction on site began 2 Sep 2014. Since 1 Oct 2015, a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC). The project entered Initial Operations in 2019, and expects to be fully operational in 2027.
Become a multi-scientific facility for advanced research and industrial development using neutrons by operating the world's most powerful spallation source.
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