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.
The facility will help upgrade natural science studies in Hungary and across the international research community.
Implemented as a distributed infrastructure in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania, ELI will be the first infrastructure identified...
A laser powerful enough to tear apart the fabric of space is planned as part of a new scientific project that aims to answer some of the most fundamental questions about our universe.