European High-Performance Infrastructures in Turbulence

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The workshop at the Barrel of Ilmenau has been finished very successful

Scientists, students and alumni came together for a scientific workshop at the Research Infrastructure “Barrel of Ilmenau” on 15th and 16th February 2017. The organizers invited in particular all those people to this meeting, whoever did own experimental work at the facility in the past.

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What is EuHIT?

EuHIT is an international scientific mobility programme for researchers engaged in the turbulence research which provides free transnational access to cutting-edge European facilities and scientific support of 21 partners representing both academia and industry.

It's primary goal is to significantly advance the competitiveness of the European turbulence research with special focus on providing the knowledge for technological innovation and for addressing grand societal challenges.

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Who can participate?

EuHIT offers free access to the participating research infrastructures and grants for travel and subsistence costs. It is addressed either to individual researchers of all levels or teams of researchers having one Leader responsible for the implementation of the project.

The Leader and the majority of the team members must be affiliated at one of the research institutions of the European Union member or associated states.

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  • Gain access to the top-notch turbulence research facilities in Europe

  • Be part of a transnational research community, make new contacts and share your research experience

  • Help us to provide the knowledge for technological innovation facing new grand societal challenges

Project funded by the European Community Framework Programme 7, grant agreement no. 312778