The ELI-NP finalized successfully the commissioning of the High-Power Laser System (HPLS), the most powerful laser in the world. The ELI-NP HPLS is now delivering the 2 x 10 PW @ 1 shot per minute, 2 x 1 PW @ 1 Hz and the 2 x 100 TW @ 10 Hz pulses and the first commissioning experiments are under implementation ELI NP hosts the most powerful laser in the world with a power of 10 PW. The ELI project itself was initiated by Nobel Laureate Gérard Mourou and funded by the host nations as well as the European Regional Development Fund. Magurele is located on the outskirts of Bucharest, the capital of the Central European state of Romania The ELI project was started in the mid-2000s by French scientist and Gérard Mourou, the 2018 Nobel prize winner for his work on high-energy laser pulses, and was initially funded by the European Commission to build the world's largest lasers in Romania, Hungary, and the Czech Republic A decade after it was approved, the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) — a network of high-powered laser laboratories in Hungary, Romania and Czech Republic — is now nearly ready to open to.
The ELI - NP facility in Măgurele, near Bucharest, Romania, has recently took over the crown for the most powerful laser in Europe. The first tests clocked i.. . In Măgurele, Romania, the ELI Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) facility is focusing on laser-based nuclear physics. The.
Laseriștii din Europa îl numiseră ELI. Era visul lor. Un laser de 1000 de ori mai puternic decât orice laser din lume. În 2007, Comisia Europeană decide să-l finanțeze și cere detalii, cum va fi, unde se va construi, de către cine, la ce va folosi. 14 țări, printre care și România, participă la elaborarea acestui proiect, acestui plan de lucru. În 2009 se ia decizia ca. . Romania este singura care a ridicat obiecții. neluat in seama la nici o competitie interna de proiecte de cercetare si nici la concursuri interne de. It also includes Italy, a supporter of ELI since the Preparatory Phase, and Lithuania, a leading country in laser physics. Germany and Bulgaria are Founding Observers, with ambitions toward future membership. Romania hosts the ELI-NP facility, an important scientific pillar, and intends to join ELI ERIC soon following its establishment The largest research infrastructure in central and eastern Europe, Romania's Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics (ELI - NP) is to get a US-built gamma beam, after terminating a €67 million contract with the European consortium EuroGammaS, saying it failed to deliver
Related: The Extreme Light Infrastructure takes off. With €820 million initial funding, three sites were chosen and separate institutes built in the Czech Republic (ELI BL Beamlines in Dolní Břežany near Prague), Hungary (ELI ALPS Attosecond Light Pulse Source in Szeged), and Romania (ELI NP Nuclear Physics in Magurele near Bucharest) ELI Beamlines is part of the European ELI laser centre, the world's first international laser facility. ELI Beamlines is open to an international and interdisciplinary user community from academia and industry. Mandated by the international scientific laser community and implemented in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania, the ELI drive. Extreme Light Infrastructure Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) is part of a Europe-wide project to build a new generation of research facilities, open to scientists f.. The Extreme Light Infrastucture - Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP)Măgurele, România
ELI-NP now has the world's most powerful laser system. The Extreme Light Infrastructure for Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) project in Romania has recently reached a significant milestone: the ultra-high intensity laser system developed by Thales has successfully generated its first pulses at a peak power level of 10 petawatts (1015 W) In the field of science and technology, Thales in Romania is involved in the European laser research project ELI-NP (Extreme Light Infrastructure-Nuclear Physics), responsible for the turnkey development and supply of a complex scientific instrument. Providing its Romanian partners with a high-power laser system that will deliver the highest. It also includes Italy, a supporter of ELI since the preparatory phase, and Lithuania, a leading country in laser physics. Germany and Bulgaria are Founding Observers, with aims future membership. Romania hosts the ELI-NP facility, an important scientific pillar, and intends to join ELI ERIC soon following its establishment România a fost oficial exclusă din consorţiul european ELI-ERIC, aprobat de Comisia Europeană pe 5 mai 2021. Decizia vine după ce anul trecut partenerii din Ungaria şi Cehia, alături de care în 2012 România a primit finanţare din partea Comisiei Europene pentru a demara proiectul paneuropean de cercetare Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI), au cerut alcătuirea acestui consorţiu. The nuclear physics facility of the European Union's proposed Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) laser will be built in Romania. Romania currently has 1,400 MW of nuclear power capacity by means of one active nuclear power plant (Cernavodă) with 2 reactors, which constitutes around 18% of the national power generation capacity of the country
.ro. Potrivit sursei citate, decizia vine dupa ce, anul trecut, partenerii din Ungaria si Cehia au cerut alcatuirea acestui consortiu fara laserul de. In addition to the three sites in Romania, Hungary, and Czechia, ELI is planning a fourth facility and laser, with its location to be determined. That one is expected to be an order of magnitude.
Laserul de la Magurele este cel mai mare proiect stiintific din Romania, in valoare totala de 356 de milioane de euro. Finantat de Comisia Europeana, proiectul (denumit Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics ELI-NP) va gazdui cel mai puternic laser din lume - de 10PetaWatts - si are data de pornire 2019 Laserul de la Măgurele, exclus din proiectul paneuropean de cercetare ELI-ERIC. Laserul de la Măgurele nu a fost inclus în noul program privind infrastructura de cercetare, denumit ELI-ERIC. Comisia Europeană a anunțat că din proiect vor face parte doar Ungaria și Cehia, nu și România. În mai 2020, Cehia și Ungaria, care din 2012 au. The IMPULSE project. IMPULSE (Integrated Management and Reliable Operations for User-based Laser Scientific Excellence) is a 42-month EU-funded project supporting the transition of ELI to sustainable operations. As ELI enters a crucial phase with the establishment of the ELI European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ELI ERIC) and the gradual opening of the ELI Facilities to users, IMPULSE. Nearly six years after the start of construction, the Extreme Light Infrastructure for Nuclear Physics facility at Magurele, Romania, has hit a milestone figure in the output of its ultra-high intensity laser system.. The source has been developed by Thales, which commenced delivery and installation of what is said to be the world's most powerful laser system in late 2016
Romania, as a member, and ELI-NP, as a strategic facility, to fully participate in ELI ERIC must consider the following: 1. The governance and membership in the ELI ERIC must come from the Romanian Government - The ELI-NP/IFIN-HH management can not be the Member of ELI ERIC. This is consistent with the other ELI Facilities The €950 million Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI), taking shape in the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania, will give scientists some of the most powerful lasers on the planet, potentially leading to breakthroughs in everything from cancer therapy to the treatment of nuclear waste—while boosting research in some of Europe's poorer regions MAGURELE, Romania, Oct. 20, 2020 — Engineers of the dual-arm, 10-PW laser system housed in the Extreme Light Infrastructure—Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) facility in Magurele, Romania, reported an operational milestone when an amplified pulse of 230 J passed through its final pulse compression stage The High Power Laser System (HPLS) and the Laser Beam Transport System LBTS are key components of the ELI-NP facility. These systems together allow the creation and delivery of the required laser pulses to the experimental areas where the experiments take place. Ilfov, Romania (077125) +40(0)37.467.6355 +40(0)31.103.8885. E-mail. Links.
ELI-NP is building a team of dedicated, talented people willing to contribute to the operation and to perform laser-matter interaction experiments with the most powerful LASER in the world. If you are interested in working in an innovative, dynamic environment and share our passion for pushing the limits, we would be thrilled to work with you (Photo: Magurele Laser ELI NP Facebook Page) firstname.lastname@example.org. Read next. Newsroom. Submitted by Newsroom on Wed, 03/13/2019 - 12:03. 13 March 2019. Social
Laser Gamma Experiments Department. Laser Gamma Experiments Department at ELI-NP proposes experimental setups in the E7 and E4 experimental areas to tackle problems of fundamental physics, taking advantage of the unique configuration and characteristics of the new research infrastructure to be constructed in Măgurele, Romania In the field of science and technology, Thales is supporting Romania's contribution to the European laser research project ELI-NP (Extreme Light Infrastructure-Nuclear Physics). The company is providing Romania's nuclear physics institute (IFIN-HH) with an ultra high-power laser system delivering 2x10 petawatts (20 million billion watts) of. Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) este un proiect european ESFRI (European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures) pentru investigarea interacțiilor lumină-materie la cele mai mari intensități și cele mai scurte scări de timp.El are drept scop găzduirea câtorva dintre cele mai intense lasere din lume, dezvoltarea de noi oportunități de cercetare interdisciplinară cu lumină și. ELI-NP (Extreme Light Infrastructure: Nuclear Physics) is located 10km south of Bucharest in Romania. Its flagship installation is two beams of 10 PW, each providing 230 J output energy at a 23 fs laser pulse width The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) aims to build the most powerful exawatt-class laser in the world near the Romanian capital, Bucharest, which will enable scientists to perform a wide range.
The nuclear physics facility of the European Union's proposed Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) laser will be built in Romania. Romania currently has 1,400 MW of nuclear power capacity by means of one active nuclear power plant ( Cernavodă ) with 2 reactors, which constitutes around 18% of the national power generation capacity of the country The ELI laser in Romania will deliver one shot per minute at 10 PW (10 million billion watts). Lasers at other ELI facilities in the Czech Republic and Hungary will produce 10 pulses per secondcat petawatt and higher rep rates, at lower intensities. Courtesy of Thales Group The E5 experimental area is devoted to laser-driven experiments with two 1 PW laser beams. The research is focused on the study of materials and biological systems in extreme environments using mixed radiation generated by the ultra-intense lasers. office.lded eli-np.ro Reactorului Street, Magurele, Ilfov, Romania (077125) +40(0)37.467.
The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) has hit a speed bump in completing three laboratories designed to delivery the world's most intense ultrashort laser pulses. Nature reports disputes over construction and research funding have broken out in two of the three countries hosting laser pillars of the project. 1 But Roman Hvezda, project manager for the ELI Beamlines facility near Prague in. The world's most powerful laser ever made, installed in Romania as part of a European Union science initiative, has succeeded in producing one of the biggest international scandals in the scientific community, as the two other participating countries involved in the ambitious project - the Czech Republic and Hungary - decided to exclude Romania Azi, Chargé d'Affaires Muniz a vizitat cel mai puternic laser dintr-un proiect de cercetare din lume, la centrul ELI-NP, a anunțat Ambasada Statelor Unite ale Americii în România. Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) este un proiect european ESFRI (European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures) pentru investigarea interacțiilor. Romania, EU launch works on world's most powerful laser European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso (R) and EU commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn talk at the European Parliament.
ELI NP, Magurele, Ilfov, Romania. 2,177 likes · 9 talking about this · 322 were here. ELI-NP is going to be the most advanced research facility in the world focusing on the study of photonuclear.. Pentru că aceasta decizie [din 2012 prin care Executivul european a aprobat construirea celor 3 facilități de cercetare ELI - N.Red.] spune că toți cei 3 pillars [pilonii din România, Cehia și Ungaria care formează proiectul paneuropean de cercetare ELI], la sfârșitul fazei de construcție a infrastructurii, trebui să constituie un. Grasping frontier of physics horizon with 10 PW laser beams at ELI-NP Abstract. After ESFRI (The European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructure) selected a proposal of creating the state of art laser-based institutes in Romania, Hungary and Czech, the construction fund has been received in 2012 and ELI-NP has started the entire construction of the institute since then as one of the three. The European Commission has decided to include only the Czech Republic and Hungary in the new Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) research consortium, while Romania was not accepted even as an. BMW iX față în față cu cel mai puternic LASER din lume. Prezentarea în România a noului BMW iX a avut loc la Institutul ELI-NP de la Măgurele. În sala experimentală respectivă a fost măsurat cel mai puternic impuls laser din lume, cu o putere de 10 PW. BMW iX s-a dezvăluit clienţilor locali printr-un proiect coordonat de agenţia.
Some researchers in Romania are disil-lusioned. George Epurescu, a laser physi-cist at the National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, is critical of Victor Zamfir, former head of ELI-NP. Epurescu accuses him of using the delay with the gamma source as a way to acquire more power over the center and its fi-nances The nuclear physics facility of the European Union's proposed Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) laser will be built in Romania. Romania currently has 1,400 MW of nuclear power capacity by means of one active nuclear power plant ( Cernavodă ) with 2 reactors, which constitutes around 18% of the national power generation capacity of the country Mourou is also the founder of the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) program, a billion-dollar multinational project to build a series of high-intensity laser research facilities throughout Europe. There are currently three facilities in Czech Republic, Romania and Hungary—designed to produce the most powerful laser pulses ever
Abstract. We are reviewing the high-average and high peak-power fs-laser sources and experimental areas currently in operation and preparation for user operation. This includes the 1 kHz, 15fs, 50mJ, Allegra laser based on OPCPA-technology. Short pulse 5ps-CPA thin disc lasers pump a series of OPCPA crystals ensuring a high contrast output Extreme Light Infrastructure Nuclear Physics is a Big Science facility being built in Magurele, Romania, and is slated to become the most advanced, highly intense laser and gamma beam facility in the world. Cosylab, as a subcontractor for the EuroGammaS Consortium, assumed the responsibility for defining the scope and the delivery of the complete control system for the Gamma Beam System, based. INFLPR, Romania Razvan Dabu, Daniel Ursescu U Pecs, Hungary János Hebling József Fülöp . Outline Vision of ELI Major laser technologies and bottlenecks Implementation of ELI at the three sites Forerunner lasers to ELI . The most powerful ! installations (100-200TW)
ELI-NP, a European research center to study ultra-intense lasers interaction with matter and nuclear science using gamma and laser driven radiation beams is located in Magurele, Romania. The total cost of the facility will be 300 million Euros and commissioning is scheduled to take place in 2018 ELI-NP will host a highly versatile gamma beam system (GBS) able to provide gamma-ray beams with continuously tunable energy in the range from 200 keV to 19.5 MeV. Production of quasi-monochromatic gamma beams is based on the Inverse Compton Scattering (ICS) process of laser light pulses off relativistic electron bunches Ioan Dancus, ELI-NP, Romania . Eric Cormier, University Bordeaux, France . Andreas Maier, University of Hamburg, Germany . The rapid rise of high-power laser facilities opens new challenges for the scientific community on discovering, inventing, and providing new techniques for their characterization 1 ELI-ALPS, ELI-HU Non-Profit Ltd., Dugonics ter 13, Szeged 6720, Hungary 2 National Institute for R&D of Isotopic and Molecular Technologies, Donath 67-103, 400293 Cluj-Napoca, Romania 3 Department of Physics, Lund University, P.O. Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Swede The Extreme Light Infrastructure-Nuclear Physics project is setting up a research and development facility in Romania which will use state-of-the-art laser technologies to undertake research in the field of nuclear physics. EU funding has equipped the facility with a high power laser system and a gamma beam system
4Center for Advanced Laser Technologies (CETAL) - National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics (INFLPR), 409 Atomistilor, Magurele 077125, Romania 5LASERIX (Université Paris-Sud - LUMAT), Orsay, France 6Extreme Light Infrastructure Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH) The newly established international organisation ELI ERIC will act as the governing body responsible for the scientific, technical, financial and operational success of the international laser centres in the Czech Republic, Hungary (and later Romania)
[en] Complete text of publication follows. Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI), the first research facility hosting an exawatt class laser will be built with a joint international effort and form an integrated infrastructure comprised at last three branches: Attosecond Laser Science (in Szeged, Hungary) designed to make temporal investigation at the attosecond scale of electron dynamics in. The ELI-NP facility in Romania has a unique laser system for colliding 10 PW laser pulses. Figure3shows the lay-out of the CPA titanium:sapphire laser system from Thales Optronique, France. The laser system has two identical laser ampliﬁer arms which provide 10 PW laser pulses each. The two 10 PW laser pulses are seeded from the same laser ELI Beamlines is a part of the ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) project, a new pan-European research infrastructure, and part of the European Strategy Forum for Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) plan. The ELI project research infrastructure includes several workplaces and additional facilities located in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania
The most suitable would be ELI-NP (Extreme Light Infrastructure Nuclear Physics), a unique laser facility in Romania, largely funded by the European Union. It has two ultra-powerful lasers that. Several countries competed for the honor of hosting the laser. ELI's most important research laser will find its home in the Czech Republic while the other two will reside in Hungary and Romania. This work aim to prepare a program of studies on nuclear physics and astrophysics, which will be conducted at the new ELI-NP Laser facility, which actually is under construction in Bucharest, Romania. For the arguments treated, such activity has required also a multidisciplinary approach and knowledge in the fields of nuclear physics, astrophysics, laser and plasma physics join with also some. It is part of a Europe-wide plan to build a new generation of research facilities open to scientists from across the world. ELI is spread across three sites in three countries: ELI Beamlines near Prague in the Czech Republic; ELI Attosecond in Szeged, Hungary; and ELI Nuclear Physics in Magurele, Romania. Its total cost is around €900m. The European Commission has taken a long-anticipated decision to establish the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC). The ELI facilities make up the largest, multi-site laser facility in the world. The host countries, the Czech Republic and Hungary, applied in May 2020
Budapest, May 23 (MTI) - The ELI Attosecond laser research centre was inaugurated in Szeged, in southern Hungary, on Tuesday. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said the centre was the largest scientific investment in Hungary in modern history The very High Power Laser System (HPLS) consisted of two 10 PW ultra-short pulsed lasers will enable ELI-NP to tackle a wide range of research topics in fundamental physics, nuclear physics and astrophysics, and also applied research in materials-science, management of nuclear materials and life sciences ELI Extreme Light Infrastructure is a new research infrastructure of pan-European interest and part of the European roadmap (ESFRI). The major scientific laboratories of this infrastructure are under construction in the so-called Pillars - the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania
The contract is part of the Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) programme. As well as the high-intensity laser system, it includes a scientific and technical training agreement between the University Politehnica of Bucharest and Thales University. The laser will be operational in 2017 About IFIN-HH and ELI-NP With a contribution of almost 10% of the Romania scientific output, IFIN-HH is one of the most important public R&D organizations in Romania
Laser Gamma Experiments Department (LGED) at ELI-NP proposes experimental setups in the E7 and E4 experimental areas to tackle problems of fundamental physics, taking advantage of the unique. LIVERMORE, Calif. - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), through Lawrence Livermore National Security LLC (LLNS), has been awarded more than $45 million to develop and deliver a state-of-the-art laser system for the European Union's Extreme Light Infrastructure Beamlines facility ( ELI-Beamlines ), under construction in Dolni Brezany near Prague in the Czech Republic 1 Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI-NP) and Horia Hulubei National Institute for R & D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH), Str. Reactorului No. 30, 077125 Bucharest-Măgurele, Romania; 2 Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21218, USA; a) Author to whom correspondence should be addressed: [email protected
Recently developed short-pulsed laser sources garner high dose-rate beams such as energetic ions and electrons, x rays, and gamma rays. The biological effects of laser-generated ion beams observed in..