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LNL User Board and User Community

 

The LNL User Board (hereafter called LNL-UB) is an advisory committee of the LNL Director.


Its role is to discuss the progress of ongoing programs at the laboratory, including technical, administrative and logistical problems of the user. It acts as an interface between the user community and the direction of the LNL laboratories, monitoring the users’ experiences and recommending possible changes to the LNL direction.


The LNL User Community is composed of all the researchers, accelerator physicists and engineers utilising the ion beams accelerated by the LNL accelerator complex and in general the research infrastructures of the laboratories.


The LNL User Community elects, among its members, a User Board (hereafter called LNL-UB) composed of seven members. Members of the LNL-UB are also the accelerators’ coordinators and the responsible of the User Service of the laboratories. The LNL-UB is elected for three years and can be re-elected only once. The LNL-UB designates, among its members, a Coordinator. The Coordinator calls and convenes the LNL-UB and the User Community meetings.


The LNL User Community will meet in a User Community meeting at least once per year.


The LNL-UB, represented by its Coordinator, has the duty to inform the LNL Users Community about the results of the User Community meetings and about the initiatives of the LNL. To this purpose, a deputy of the LNL-UB, usually the Coordinator, is invited by the Director to attend the LNL council meetings as an observer.

LNL Events


All events


PARIS User meeting
INFN-LNL, 28-29 November 2019

Programma INFN Docenti (PID)
INFN-LNL, 10-14 February 2020


 

LNL Seminars


All seminars


Molecular Imaging for clinical and preclinical researches
by Dr Giorgio Russo (IBFM-CNR)
Thursday, 28 November 2019 from 14:30 to 17:00, Rostagni meeting room


Quantum entanglement in Cooper pair tunneling between superfluid nuclei
by Prof. Ricardo Broglia (Università di Copenhagen)
Wednesday, 11 December 2019 from 11:00 to 13:00, Villi meeting room


Quantum advantage with superconducting quantum circuits: from sensing to computing
by Prof. Martin Weides (University of Glasgow)
Thursday, 12 December 2019 from 11:30 to 13:30, Villi meeting room


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