Croatia new member of CERIC-ERIC
27th October 2017, Krakow - Poland

Croatia has officially become full member of CERIC-ERIC, with the approval of the General Assembly of CERIC.

The Ruđer Bošković Institute in Zagreb has been appointed as the Representing Entity of Croatia in CERIC-ERIC, and the RBI Accelerator Laboratory as Croatian Partner Facility.

The Institute, which had been favourably evaluated by the International Scientific and Technical Committee (ISTAC) of CERIC, has successfully participated in the scientific activities of the Consortium since its set-up in 2014, by offering its ion beam techniques for materials' modification and characterization to the CERIC users' community, in complementarity with the other techniques available in the other CERIC Partner Facilities.

The Croatian Ministry of Science and Education has designated Dr. Tome Antičić, State Secretary, and Dr. Milko Jakšić, Head of the Department of Experimental Physics at the RBI, as the Croatian delegates to the CERIC-ERIC General Assembly.

Carlo Rizzuto – Chair of the CERIC General Assembly, Jana Kolar – CERIC Executive Director, and the other CERIC governing bodies welcomed with great enthusiasm this new entry to the distributed research infrastructure and expressed their best wishes for long and fruitful cooperation.

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