The Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee (NuPECC) is an Expert Committee of the European Science Foundation.

Activities of the Committee are:

  1. Provide advice and make strategic recommendations to funding agencies and decision-making bodies;
  2. Define a network of complementary facilities within Europe and encourage optimisation of their usage;
  3. Provide a forum for the discussion of the provision of future facilities and instrumentation;
  4. Contribute to public education and awareness
Develop the strategy for European Collaboration in nuclear science by supporting collaborative ventures between research groups within Europe and promote nuclear physics and its trans-disciplinary use in applications for societal benefit.
Collaboration with ESCAPE: 
ESCAPE will collaborate in the Dark Matter initiative launched jointly by NuPECC, APPEC and ECFA, which brings together high energy physics, astroparticle physics and nuclear physics communities
Expected Impact: 
ESCAPE will deliver a Test Science Project to support the Dark Matter Initiative. aiming at being a test bench for building a common FAIR-data open research environment.