The Extreme Light Infrastructure ERIC
Polish Information Day 

8 March 2023 from 10:00 - 16:30


All presentations are uploaded under each of the programme points in the TIMETABLE.

The recording of the entire event is available HERE (Passcode: #Eu0K.xL).

The Henryk Niewodniczański
Institute of Nuclear Physics
Polish Academy of Sciences
ul. Radzikowskiego 152
31-342 Kraków, Poland

The ELI ERIC Polish Information Day, organised in collaboration with the Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, will update the Polish scientific, political and industrial stakeholders about the most recent progress at the respective research facilities and institutes. The event is also an occasion to connect to and interact with the local industrial and scientific communities with the aim to identify potential collaboration opportunities for stakeholders to become involved in ELI ERIC.

The Extreme Light Infrastructure (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.


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IMPULSE (Integrated Management and reliable oPerations for User-based Laser Scientific  Excellence) is a 42-month project supporting the transition of ELI to sustainable operations. As ELI enters a crucial phase with the establishment of ELI ERIC and the gradual opening of the ELI Facilities to users, IMPULSE addresses the key scientific, technical, organisational and management requirements of this transition, building user communities and expanding the ELI member consortium. This project is inclusive and open, and it relies on the collective effort of a wide consortium involving 15 key institutions of the European science community. IMPULSE focuses primarily on ELI, but its results must have impact beyond the ELI Facilities.