The Extreme Light Infrastructure ERIC

Technology World

On 7 and 8 December 2010, the ELI Beamlines and HiLASE projects will be represented in London in the Technology World Exhibition, one of the most prestigious technological fairs in Europe. Jointly organised by the UK Trade and Investment Agency and UK NanoForum, this event offers the opportunity to companies and organisations involved in innovative activities to present their products and projects to a wide international audience.

Along with other large-scale research projects and organisations, including the HiPER project and CERN, ELI Beamlines and HiLASE have been invited and will be represented in the exhibition area of the ExCel Convention Centre, in the stand 163.

It will be the occasion for the representatives of the Institute of Physics of Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic to present the scientific and technological challenges of those two projects and discuss with potential suppliers or co-developers the business and innovation opportunities they bring along.

ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) is the international project which aims to build and run the unique laser infrastructure that will use high laser technology to generate the most intense pulses of light, ever in the world created. HiLASE will focus on the technological development of the new generation of high-repetition high-powers lasers with industrial characteristics.

Read more information about the projects ELI Beamlines and HiLASE and about Technology World in London.