Carlos Moedas, Member of the EC in charge of Research, Science and Innovation, received Carlo Rizzuto, Director General of the Extreme Light Infrastructure Delivery Consortium International Association (ELI-DC), Catalin Miron, Deputy Director General of ELI-DC and the managing directors of the three ELI-pillars.
The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) Directors met in Prague. The discussions were related to the future of the Extreme Light Infrastructure, to the preparation and the way to undertake the back-transformation from three legally independent national construction projects.
Femtosecond lasers are a vital precursor to generating even shorter attosecond pulses. Andy Extance investigates what's involved, and whether these most fleeting flashes could be exploited commercially.
It is with great sadness that the ELI-ALPS management has to announce the premature and sudden death of a dear colleague and friend, Prof. Wolfgang Sandner, Director General of ELI-DC who passed away on December 5th, 2015, at the age of 66.
On October 9th in Rome, a symposium was held with the aim to present to the italian scientific community and to the industries the opportunities offered by the three Pillars of the “Extreme Light Infrastructure” (ELI) and the involvement of the major italian research institutions in the ELI implementation.
ELETTRA SINCROTRONE and ELI-ALPS made a comprehensive partnership on 23th July that will enable both organisations to deliver high quality scientific outcomes.
Leaders of the Extreme Light Infrastructure Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) facility planned for the city of Szeged recently signed contracts totaling €1.4 million for development of four secondary light sources.
The Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) announced that Fastlite has been award the contract to develop the project's mid-infrared laser system.
Budapest Business Journal
France's Amplitude Technologies has won a tender to build a HUF 5.9 bln laser system at a superlaser center in Szeged (southeastern Hungary), ELI-HU, the center's operator, announced today.
The European Commission recently approved € 111 million (about $150 million) to build an attosecond laser research complex in Hungary.