The ultrashort and ultra-intense pulses of light and the particles generated from interaction with solid state and gas target materials will allow a broad spectrum of projects in fundamental and applied research in chemistry, biology, medical technologies, development of new materials, and other areas.
The development, research and engineering activities within the ELI-Beamlines project are structured into six Research Programs.
The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences together with the ELI Beamlines laser facility have finished this year 2016 very successfully. Both of their research projects ELIBIO and HIFI are approved by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and are funded from the Call „Support to Excellent Research Teams“ within the Operational Programme Research, Development and Education EU. Additionally, both of projects will have really excellent scientists with many years of experience in major international scientific institutions, who may be aspirants for the Nobel Prize.
The High Field Initiative (HiFI) project is established to be the leading project in the high field science. It emphases the synergy between the theory and experiments and building a strong theoretical group to develop new ideas for experiments. In parallel conduct extensive computer simulations.
From 1st January 2018, the project of the ELI Beamlines research centre ADONIS has been launched. The name is an abbreviation derived from the title Advanced research using high intensity laser produced photons and particles. The project will run until the end of October 2022 and is funded by the Operational Program Research, Development and Education from the Excellence Research Challenge.
The ELI Beamlines research center aspires to install and run the world's most intense laser system. With ultra-high peak powers of 10 PW (petawatt) and focused intensities up to 1024 W/cm2 we will offer unique sources of radiation and particle beams to our users. These beamlines will enable groundbreaking research not only in the fields of physics and material science, but also in biomedical research and laboratory astrophysics.