As a satellite event to ICRI 2022, ELI ERIC offers visits to the ELI Beamlines in collaboration with the neighboring HiLASE Centre facilities located in Dolní Břežany near Prague for all in-person participants of ICRI 2022. The offer of the visit includes a bus transfer from ELI Beamlines to Brno.
Monday - October 17, 2022 / 14:00 - 16:00
Friday - October 21, 2022 / 14:00 - 16:00
14:00 - 16:00
- Small refreshment
- ELI Beamlines & HilASE Centre Overviews (Conference Hall ELI Beamlines)
- Guided site tours (Visitor´s Gallery)
17.10.2022 - Bus transfer to Brno to the ICRI2022 conference venue (Passage hotel) - at 16:00
21.10.2022 - Bus transfer from the Passage hotel in Brno to ELI Beamlines - at 12:30
21.10.2022 - Bus transfer to the Prague downtown & Prague airport - at 16:00
Register for a visit on Monday - October 17, 2022.
Register for a visit on Friday - October 21, 2022.
Romana Kočová / email@example.com
The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) is the world’s largest and most advanced high-power laser research infrastructure. As an international user facility dedicated to multi-disciplinary science and research applications of ultra-intense and ultra-short laser pulses, ELI provides access to world-class high-power, high- repetition-rate laser systems and enables cutting-edge research in physical, chemical, materials, and medical sciences, as well as breakthrough technological innovations. The ELI ERIC operates as a single multi-site organisation with two complementary facilities specialised in different fields of research with extreme light: ELI Beamlines in Dolní Břežany (Czech Republic) and ELI ALPS in Szeged (Hungary).
ELI Beamlines located in Dolní Břežany (near Prague), Czech Republic, focuses on the development of short-pulse secondary sources of radiation and particles, and on their multidisciplinary applications in molecular, biomedical and materials sciences, physics of dense plasmas, warm dense matter, and laboratory astrophysics. In addition, the facility will utilise its high-power, high-repetition-rate lasers for high-field physics experiments investigating exotic plasma physics, and nonlinear Quantum Electrodynamic effects.
In addition to basic research and development in the field of lasers, ELI Beamlines deals with research in materials sciences, electronics, and engineering.
- Material Science
- Biomolecular Applications
- X-ray Sources Driven by Ultrashort Laser Pulses
- Plasma and High-field Physics
- Particle Acceleration
Currently, several of the main laser beamlines are operational and are being expanded and upgraded to reach their full performance and maximum availability. Other laser beamlines are in commissioning and new cutting-edge laser sources are in the design and development phase. The ELI Beamlines Facility builds on 350 researchers, engineers, and other professionals from more than 38 countries.
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