Users: Who are they?
‘Users’ of Research Infrastructures can be individuals, teams and institutions from academia, business, industry and public services. They are engaged in the conception or creation of new knowledge, products, processes, methods and systems and also in the management of projects. Teams can include researchers, doctoral candidates, technical staff and students participating in research in the framework of their studies.European Commission
Users meeting: an opportunity to improve science
Users Meetings are events organized within IPERION CH with the aim to share and discuss the results raising from the Transnational Access experience. The meetings between IPERION CH scientists and users (that are researchers using the infrastructure facilities) are focussed on promoting exchange of experience, discussing results and integrating users within the existing scientific community.
The program of the meetings usually includes oral presentations and sessions for discussion.
2016 – 1st users meeting
2017 – 2nd users meeting
2019 – 3rd users meeting (12 February).