At Legnaro (Italy), the 16 MV Tandem has been boosted by a superconducting LINAC providing heavy-ions with energies up to 20 MeV/u and masses up to A=100.
The new ``Vivitron''-tandem at Strasbourg (France) presently feeds a broad spectroscopy programme based on up to 20 MV operation. In the longer term, the Vivitron design is aimed at operation with voltages around 25 MV.
The K=130 cyclotron at Jyväskylä (Finland) delivers intense and also rare isotopic beams ranging from protons to heavy-ions (A<100) at energies above the Coulomb barrier.
The superconducting (K=600) AGOR cyclotron built by a joint Dutch-French group at Orsay (France) has been installed at the KVI Groningen (Netherlands), where the experimental programme is based on up to 200 MeV protons and 95 MeV/u heavy-ions, including polarized light ion beams.
Moreover, several regional accelerator facilities are in operation, which are concentrated -- with the exception of the cyclotron in Warsaw (Poland) -- mainly in western Europe. They provide beam time for various smaller scale nuclear structure programmes and the opportunity for extensive technological R&D as well as the basis for the training of students in experimental nuclear physics.
It is strongly recommended to maintain and improve this network of stable beam facilities.