AGATA collaboration is composed of hundreds of researchers from about 40 research institutes and universities of 12 European countries

The AGATA detector system will be used in conjunction with the newly built accelerators with the help of the ENSAR2 project, exploiting the specialities of the large accelerator complexes that open new disciplines in Europe.

ENSAR2 (European Nuclear Science and Applications Research 2) is a project to support basic and applied nuclear physics research in Europe in the framework of the Horizon 2020 (H2020) EU Research and Innovation programme for the period
of 2014-2020.