Slovenia in FAIR



The Republic of Slovenia signed the FAIR convention on 4 October 2010 in Wiesbaden, Germany, and declared its contribution to the FAIR construction to be 12 M Euro. Slovenia holds 1.2 percent of the current FAIR GmbH shares.

Slovene research organisations and Slovene high-tech companies, which are strongly linked with each other, possess a wide and in many segments unique knowledge of the techniques around accelerator construction. With FAIR, Slovenia aims to participate in a European and world-wide rapidly developing field of research and technology. The participation will enable Slovenian science to equally participate in the phase of FAIR operation, and during the construction of FAIR existing international research collaborations will be strengthened and new research groups will be formed.

Slovenian researchers will be especially engaged in developing and producing beam diagnostics and control systems for the accelerators.

Slovene representatives to FAIR:

Dr. Albin Kralj, Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport
- Delegate to FAIR Council
- Delegate to Administrative and Finance Committee (AFC)

Petra Tramte, Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport
- Delegate to FAIR Council
- Delegate to Administrative and Finance Committee (AFC)

Dr. Matej Lipoglavšek, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana
- Delegate to FAIR In-Kind Review Board (IKRB)

Rok Uršič, Chief Executive Officer, Instrumentation Technologies, Tehnodrom d.o.o.

Mark Plesko, Cosylab (Control System Laboratory), Tehnodrom d.o.o.

Contact:

Dr. Albin Kralj
Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport
Masarykova 16,
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
Phone: +386 1 478 4637
E-Mail: albin.kralj(at)gov.si


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