Danish Stakeholder MoU Signing & Strategy Group Meeting

On the occasion of the Danish ESS Strategy Group meeting, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will be signed between the Danish Agency for Science & Higher Education (DAFSHE), six Danish universities and the European Spallation Source (ESS). 

The MoU creates a framework to further support and develop the strategic partnership between ESS, the signing Danish Universities and DAFSHE with the aim of realising the full potential of ESS as the world-leading premier source for neutron scattering by supporting knowledge and competence building and scientific excellence in Denmark in order to take full advantage of the unique possibilities that will be offered by ESS.

The visit will include a welcome from ESS Director General John Womersley and a tour of the construction site. In addition to the MoU signing ceremony, a meeting of the Danish ESS Strategy Group will be held at the site.

The intention of the MoU is to support and develop the cooperation between ESS and the Danish universities during both the construction and operations phases of the project. The universities are: 

  1. Aarhus University

  2. Aalborg University

  3. Roskilde University

  4. Technical University of Denmark

  5. University of Copenhagen

  6. University of Southern Denmark


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