INTEGRATED EUROPEAN LASER LABORATORIES
2015 to 2018
Laserlab-Europe, the Integrated Initiative of European Laser Research Infrastructures, understands itself as the central place in Europe where new developments in laser research take place in a flexible and co-ordinated fashion beyond the potential of a national scale. The Consortium currently brings together 35 leading organisations in laser-based inter-disciplinary research from 18 countries.
Its main objectives are to maintain a sustainable inter-disciplinary network of European national laboratories; to strengthen the European leading role in laser research through Joint Research Activities; and to offer access to state-of-the-art laser research facilities to researchers from all fields of science and from any laboratory in order to perform world-class research.
IESL – FORTH participating with “The Ultraviolet Laser Facility (ULF-FORTH)” wish is a multi-disciplinary laboratory dedicated to laser-based science. It is the major laser research facility in Greece. ULF-FORTH combines state-of-the-art experimental facilities with a rich spectrum of research activities and expertise including Atomic and Optical physics, Molecular physics and Chemical dynamics, laser-materials interactions, laser applications and techniques in Biomedicine and in Cultural Heritage.
“Integrated European Laser Laboratories”, H2020-INFRAIA-2014-15, Research and Innovation Action, Grant agreement No: 654148, Team Involvement: D. Anglos, P. Pouli, V. Tornari, G. Tserevelakis, K. Hatzigiannaki)
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