EUDET: Detector R&D towards the International Linear Collider
EUDET is a project supported by the European Union in the 6th Framework Programme structuring the European Research Area. The project comprises 31 European partner institutes from 12 different countries working in the field of High Energy Physics. In addition, 29 associated institutes will contribute to and exploit the EUDET research infrastructure which the aim to support the detector R&D in Europe for the next large particle project, the International Linear Collider.
This web is an integral part of the EUDET project for the internal exchange of information as well as for the presentation of the consortium and its results to the outside world.
The EUDET project was officially closed on 31st December 2010.
After five years of running time, during which a remarkable progress in establishing common European infrastructure for the research on advanced detector technologies for the ILC had been made, EUDET has come to a successful end.
On 2.05.2011 we sent out our last deliverable, the Final Report and with this, all EUDET activities have been accomplished. All EUDET achievements have been documented and could be found under documents .
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your efforts and this excellent cooperation during the whole period of EUDET, and we hope that this long-term partnership will continue to live in frame of the AIDA project .
EUDET comprises the following Scientific Activities: