FELS OF EUROPE is a collaboration of all free electron laser (FEL) facilities in Europe, with the goal to meet the technological and scientific challenges of these novel and rapidly developing technologies and to provide a worldwide unique, pan-European research infrastructure that enables exploiting the full scientific potential of these unique accelerator based short-pulse light sources. The collaboration is an initiative of the ESFRI projects EuroFEL and European XFEL and includes 14 facilities in 10 countries.


25 January 2017

FELs of Europe Whitebook

The present Whitebook is a common document of the FELs of Europe consortium. It presents a science case for the ensemble of European Free Electron Laser (FEL) facilities as a whole, illustrating by ... more »
25 January 2017

DESY and XFEL Photon Science Users’ Meeting 2017

The joint users' meeting of the DESY research light sources and the X-ray laser European XFEL attracted more participants than ever before. Around 1,100 scientists from more than 70 institutions ... more »
01 October 2016

FLASH observes exploding xenon nanoparticles

09 September 2016

Science@FELs conference in Trieste, Italy

Free Electron Laser (FEL) are fourth generation light sources capable of producing high brightness light pulses, ten billion times more intense than those emitted by synchrotrons, and of very short ... more »
30 August 2016

Shape of ‘molecular graphene’ determines electronic properties

Infrared spectroscopic studies reveal electronic differences in polycyclic hydrocarbons with zigzag and armchair edge structures Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) form an important class of ... more »