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The National Institute for Laser, Plasma & Radiation Physics (INFLPR) is an independent, national importance research institution established by the Government of Romania. INFLPR was founded in 1977, with the mission to advance the knowledge in several strategic areas of the sciences and technologies related to laser, plasma, and radiation physics. In 1996 INFLPR was reorganized to include the Institute of Space Sciences (ISS).

The institute employs 447 researchers and administrative staff to conduct frontier research ranging from basic photonic materials and high power lasers, nanomaterials and nanotechnologies, quantum dots and information technologies, plasma physics and X-ray microtomography to industrial photonics, biophotonics and plasma coatings. ISS branch conducts research on astrophysics, space engineering and gravitation.

INFLPR is pursuing advanced scientific research funded by national and international agencies, private institutions and enterprises.

INFLPR is currently a member of the EURATOM association, a partner in the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI), partner in LASERLAB EUROPE, ALICE, and a leader in many projects funded by the EU, NATO, and other international organizations.

INFLPR's governing body is the Board of Trustees, which is assisted by the INFLPR Director and Board of Directors, and by a Scientific Advisory Board.

The Institute currently consists of six large research departments, the Center for Science Education and Training and ISS branch.

CEEC-TAC5 & Medicta2019

Central and Eastern European Committee for Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (CEEC-TAC), the Italian Association for Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis (AICAT) and the Interdivisional Group of Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis of the Italian Society of Chemistry (GICAT) invite you to participate at the joint 5th Central and Eastern European Conference on Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (CEEC-TAC5) and 14th Mediterranean Conference on Calorimetry and Thermal Analysis (Medicta2019) which will be held between 27th and 30th of August 2019 in Roma/Rome, Italy.

XVIIIth International Conference on Plasma Physics and Applications

We are pleased to invite you to the International Conference on Plasma Physics and Applications - CPPA 2019, which will take place on 20th–22nd of June 2019 in Iași, Romania. The International Conference on Plasma Physics and Applications, traditionally organized by the Romanian plasma community, reached its 18th edition. It is organized by the National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Bucharest (NILPRP) and Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași (UAIC).

University of Bucharest, Best Doctoral Thesis Award, Exact Sciences and Engineering

The University of Bucharest awarded authors of the most valuable PhD theses of the academic community in December 2018, at the second edition of the Senate Awards of the University of Bucharest.

The "Best Doctoral Thesis Award for Exact Sciences and Engineering" was awarded to the study "Studies on the behavior of fluids in the field of laser radiation", author Mihai Boni from Laser Department of the National Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics, having as scientific coordinator Prof. Univ. Dr. Mihail-Lucian Pascu, Faculty of Physics of the University of Bucharest, CS 1 at the National Institute for Laser Physics, Plasma and Radiation Physics.

University of Lille, France - Prix de these "Recherche Internationale"

On 21st November 2018 the University of Lille, France awarded during the STARTDOC 2018 conference, the Prix de these "Recherche Internationale" to Ștefan Andrei Irimiciuc. The prize was awarded by Jean-Louis Debré, former minster of foreign affairs and president of the Constitutional Court. Through this award, the thesis was recognized as the best PhD thesis within the Science and Technology domain, from the Consortium of Doctoral Schools from North of France.

Dr. Voicu LUPEI – Member of the Romanian Academy


Dr. Voicu LUPEI, Head (1972-2007) of the Solid-State Quantum Electronics Laboratory at the National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics became, starting with November 21, a member of the Romanian Academy, Physical Sciences Section.

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