19 October 2022
Brno Observatory and Planetarium
Europe/Prague timezone

Europe’s Laser Landscape 

ELI ERIC and Laserlab-Europe Dinner

19 October 2022

Brno Observatory and Planetarium
Kraví hora 522/2, 616 00 Brno
Czech Republic

The Extreme Light Infrastructure ERIC and Laserlab-Europe cordially invite you to an evening in celebration of European Laser Science and Technology on the evening of 19 October 2022 from 19:00-23:00 at the Brno Observatory. The evening is organised as a side event to ICRI 2022.

The evening programme features dinner and entertainment including a preview of the forthcoming European Laser Science and Technology Landscape Report developed in collaboration between ELI ERIC and Laserlab-Europe. The aim of the report is to offer a vision for future alignment, complementarity of the community and effective use of European laser facilities. The report is funded and developed within the framework of the Horizon 2020 projects IMPULSE and Laserlab-Europe. The programme will also update the European and international community about the core mission and recent achievements of ELI ERIC and Laserlab-Europe.

Please find the programme and registration available now. More detailed information will be shared about transportation to and from the venue from the city centre.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Brno!

 

Allen Weeks                                          Sylvie Jacquemot

ELI ERIC Director General                  Laserlab-Europe Project Coordinator
IMPULSE Project Coordinator

 


 

The Extreme Light Infrastructure ERIC (ELI ERIC) 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. IMPULSE has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 871161.

Laserlab-Europe brings together 45 leading organisations in laser-based inter-disciplinary research from 22 countries. Its main objectives are to maintain a sustainable inter-disciplinary network of European national laboratories, strengthen the European leading role in laser science and offer access to state-of-the-art laser research facilities for cutting-edge experiments in a large variety of inter-disciplinary research. Laserlab-Europe has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 871124.

 

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Europe/Prague
Brno Observatory and Planetarium
Kraví hora 522/2, 616 00 Brno, Czech Republic
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