Transnational Access to Research Infrastructure (TARI)

INFN - Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati


HadronPhysics3 - Integrating Activity

Contract No. 283286
01/01/2012 - 31/12/2014

TARI is the acronym for Transnational Access to Research Infrastructures. It is one of the three blocks of activities (networking, joint research and transnational access) that make up the Integrating Activity  "Strongly Interacting Matter" (acronym: "HadronPhysics3"), financed by the European Commission and coordinated by INFN.


The objective of TARI is to provide researchers from Member States and Associated Countries with free access supported by the European Commission to the major research infrastructures in Europe.

Founded in 1955, the Frascati National Laboratories are the oldest and largest laboratories of INFN, the Italian agency devoted to fundamental research in nuclear and subnuclear physics. The LNF cover an area of 140000 m2 and are located about 20 km from the centre of Rome. They can be easily reached by car, by plane (two international airports), by bus and by train.


LNF Facilities on the electron-positron machine DAΦNE supported by HadronPhysics3

* Particle and Nuclear Physics
* Beam Test Facility


The EC financial support will serve to provide access "free of charge" to external users, including all the infrastructural, logistical, technological and scientific support (including training courses, travel and subsistence for users).

Information about the Calls for Proposals for Access to LNF within HadronPhysics3, and the modalities for Applications, can be found at the LNF website, in the EU PROGRAMS section.

Webmaster Giuliano Basso - Last updating on 01 January, 2012