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Research Infrastructure

High Intensity Extreme Wavelength Ultrafast Lasers

Description The aim of the research infrastructure network (RIN) is to provide common access to the complementary individual infrastructures for basic and applied research requiring high-intensity, ultrafast sources at extreme wavelengths. Synergy effects can be more efficently exploited in an RIN than in occasional (mainly bilateral) cooperations. The substantially broader competence of the RIN also effectilvely supports participation in international (European) cooperations. In the RIN the member laboratories will be able to access important new multidisciplinary research fields such as nanotechnology, materials sciences, life and medical sciences. A rapidly increasing number of applications in these fields rely on extreme intensities, wavelengths and ultrashort pulse durations. Furthermore, the RIN will play a major role in training next-generation scientists. Establishing the RIN will strengthen the cooperation between member laboratories and people, which will also be very important for successfully managing the enormous challenges of constructing, running and using ELI in Szeged.
URL http://physics.ttk.pte.hu/HIXL
Status Operational since 2010
Scientific Domains Physical Sciences and Engineering
RI Categorization Intense Light Sources
Location Ifjúság út 6, Pécs, 7624, Hungary
MERIL URL http://portal.meril.eu/meril/view/facilitys/15185