The scope of work carried out by DAI and ON1 staff

The AMICI is a project formed to join the European Technological Facilities that are used for the construction of the science-based accelerators and large SC magnets. The AMICI is aimed at the new, efficient and sustainable collaboration model in the network of the European Technological Facilities. This distributed network is called the Technology Infrastructure. The collaboration model within the Technology Infrastructure can be established across laboratories with a long-term vision for the technological needs of future Research Infrastructures, providing a common strategy and stronger collaborative relationships.

By establishing an open Technology Infrastructure with European industry and SMEs, research laboratories would enhance the competence of their industrial partners by training personnel and sharing know-how to increase the impact of industry for the construction of future Research Infrastructures.

The AMICI is supported by 10 Research Laboratories (CEA, CERN, DESY, INFN, IFJ PAN, CNRS, STFC, UU, PSI, KIT) who have contributed and are presently contributing to the construction of Research Infrastructures in Europe and overseas. Sharing the above vision, they recognize the long-term objective as a strategic undertaking for supporting their future development within the evolution and progress of European accelerator and SC magnet based science, and for the benefit and progress of society through accelerator and SC magnet technology.

IFJ PAN was involeved in work of the following Work Packages

•WP1 Management, Coordination and Dissemination
WP 1.4 Communication and outreach activities

•WP2 Strategy
WP2.1 Key Technological Areas

•WP3 Cooperation
WP 3.2 Networking and coordination model

•WP4 Innovation
WP 4.3 Identify existing good practises, and barriers to effective engagement, between Industry and the Technological Infrastructures

•WP5 Industrialization
WP 5.2 Harmonization- Material and Component Reference

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Project management at DAI

D.Bocian, M.Duda, K.Kasprzak