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Press Coverage - 2024

8 March 2024

hungarytoday.hu

HUN-REN Researchers Test a Revolutionary Idea for Nuclear Fusion Reactor

Domestic researchers are trying to improve the efficiency of nuclear fusion reactions by using nanoscale metal particles. The researchers are carrying out the fusion research at the Nanoplasmonic Laser Fusion Research Laboratory of the HUN-REN Wigner Research Center for Physics. This is a new method that could completely rewrite the future of energy production. Experimental validation of the results achieved so far has...


Press Coverage - 2023

13 October 2023

mta.hu

We offer limitless opportunities to young people – Interview with Nobel Prize winner Ferenc Krausz

Shortly after the news was announced, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist gave an interview to mta.hu. We asked Ferenc Krausz about the research that led to the prize, his donation to the victims of the war in Ukraine, the early detection of cancer, diabetes and other health problems, and why a young researcher would choose the field of attosecond physics.


4 October 2023

mta.hu

Ferenc Krausz is a Nobel laureate

The 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics was and awarded jointly to Ferenc Krausz, Pierre Agostini and Anne L'Huillier “for experimental methods that generate attosecond pulses of light for the study of electron dynamics in matter.”


Press Coverage - 2018

21 March 2018

nkfih.gov.hu

ELI-ALPS workshop in India

Around 30 Indian researchers attended the ELI workshop in New Delhi organised by the National Research, Development and Innovation Office in collaboration with ELI-ALPS and the Embassy of Hungary in New Delhi.


21 February 2018

bbj.hu

Foreign researchers start experiments at Szeged laser center

Swiss and Greek research groups are the first foreign users of the ELI-ALPS laser facility in Szeged where laser equipment is already operational. The first phase of experiments has been successfully concluded, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.


12 February 2018

nkfih.gov.hu

First foreign research groups start experiments in Szeged laser centre

Swiss and Greek research groups are the first foreign users of the laser facility in Szeged where laser equipment is already operational. The experiments may lay the foundations for the development of new applications in medicine, biology and pharmaceutical sciences.


Press Coverage - 2016

24 January 2016

dailynewshungary.com

Pan-European super laser project representatives meet in Brussels

Brussels (MTI) – Hungarian, Czech and Romanian representatives of a pan-European super laser project on Friday met at Hungary’s EU representative office in Brussels to discuss R+D plans, budgets and results pertaining to the project.


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