Within the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, the European Union continues to promote, via support for travel and subsistence costs, the access to important European research infrastructures for researchers from countries of the European Union, next to selected other countries. As a participant of the pan-European STRONG-2020-Collaboration and its predecessors, the research infrastructure MAMI has offered Transnational Access support since 2004, with the current funding period being 07/01/2019 to 06/30/2023.
The Transnational Access to MAMI addresses research teams and researchers who are interested in the main focus of experimental research at MAMI, namely hadron physics and nuclear physics with the electromagnetic probe, detector physics, accelerator physics and physics with coherent X-rays. Detailed information, e.g. running and planned experimental programs, offers for diploma- and PhD-theses and contact addresses, can be found at the web pages of the Nuclear Physics Institute/MAMI, the major experimental collaborations A1 (electron scattering), A2 (photon scattering), X1 (coherent X-rays), the accelerator group and the polarised electrons group as well as the planned accelerator MESA.