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the proposal, documentation, and e-Infrastructure around the world

This ‘FuSE: Fundamental Sciences E-infrastructure’ proposal brings together Nikhef, the Dutch institute for subatomic physics and ASTRON, the Netherlands Institute for Radio-Astronomy, with SURF, the national e-Infrastructure provider, to build and operate a nationwide e-Infrastructure. This e-Infrastructure will serve the most data-intensive and demanding Research Infrastructures on the National Roadmap: the LHC experiments ATLAS, LHCb, and ALICE at CERN (high-energy physics), the Square Kilometre Array (SKA, radio astronomy) and KM3NeT (neutrino astrophysics) and will thereby strengthen the already unique position of The Netherlands in providing joint e- Infrastructure facilities.