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A project to develop free electron laser in Poland. ----

The CERAD project


EuroHPC PL - National Supercomputing Infrastructure for EuroHPC

The main aim of the EuroHPC PL project is the deployment of the specialized computing infrastructure. The platform will provide access to hybrid resources such as supercomputers, quantum and neuromorphic accelerators, and dedicated services. The EuroHPC project includes studies of the innovations and solutions to adapt scientific problems and the scientific-oriented software to exascale supercomputers and modern computing architectures. ----


European XFEL (European X-ray Free Electron Laser), czyli Europejski Rentgenowski Laser na Swobodnych Elektronach
European X-ray Free Electron Laser (European XFEL) ----



The PRISMAP project

Logo projektu PRISMAP
  PRISMAP -  The Euro­pean medi­cal iso­tope pro­gramme: Pro­duc­tion of high purity iso­to­pes by mass sepa­ra­tion. ----

Higher-twist corrections to nucleon tomography

At present the GPD phenomenology avoids higher-twist corrections with a rejection of kinematic domains where some corrections may be significant. In practice, it means that a fraction of experimental data is not analyzed and interpreted to access a valuable information about the nucleon structure. This kind of suppression of data, somehow arbitrary, could be avoided with higher-twist corrections taken into account. To address this problem, we present a work plan consisting of three main tasks. ----

Technical - economic assessment of the High Temperature Reactors (HTR) - Small Modular Reactors (SMR) concepts for industrial and municipal power and heat supplies. A case of Poland.

The IAEA - commissioned research project will focus on the assessment of projected energy and heat generation needs in several country/region economic development scenarios with different decarbonization / degassing restrictions. Models of cooperation with local communities on public acceptance of nuclear energy systems will also be the subject of research.    ----


Logo projektu SINFONIA
The main objectives of the four-year SINFONIA project is to develop novel methodologies and tools that will provide a comprehensive risk appraisal for detrimental effects of radiation exposure on patients, workers, carers and comforters, the public and the environment during the management of patients suspected or diagnosed with lymphoma and brain tumours. ----