Hungarian participation in the
Extreme Light Infrastructure Preparatory Phase
|Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics RISSPO||University of Szeged||University of Pécs||South-Trans Danubian Cooperative Research Centre||Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics|
|Department of Experimetal Physics|
|Main contractor: RISSPO
Hungarian ELI representative: Aladár Czitrovszky, DSc.
Funding agency: NKTH National Office for Research & Technology
ELI-HU Non-profit Ltd. has been founded for coordination of the Hungarian ELI-pillar investments
Within the framework of the Operational Programmes of New Hungary Development Plan, the preparatory project of the Hungarian ELI-pillar research infrastructure begins with 1 billion Ft European fund. ELI is one of the EU's 44 most outstanding large research infrastructures. Construction works are planned to start in the second half of 2011 in Szeged, the host town of the Hungarian ELI-pillar. This project is a great challenge and a great opportunity for the researchers and for the whole country as well. The ELI-HU Non-profit Ltd shall prepare and coordinate the project.
Szeged, the Prague, Bucarest the first three ELI-pillars!
Launched in November 2007,
the preparatory phase of ELI,
The Executive Board of ELI-PP has been extended.
We are glad to announce that the EB decided on founding a Deputy Project Manager position, and appointed Károly Osvay. Congratulations to our colleague Károly, and best wishes for this inspiring work!
Email from Prof. Gerard Mourou, ELI-coordinator:
De : Gérard Mourou [mailto:email@example.com]
In June the Executive Board had decided to add a position of Deputy Project Manager to the ELI-PP project. After a search process, Karoly Osvay was selected and approved by our last EB on the 3rd of sept.. Because the size of the ELI project, this new position had to be added. I have no doubt that Jean Paul and Karoly will make a winning team and will lead ELI to success.
Thanks Karoly for accepting the position!!