Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) represents the largest investment ever made
in scientific research in Romania. It is worth more than 320M Euro and is co-financed by the European Commission
and the Romanian Government from Structural Funds via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Due to its unique characteristics this infrastructure will provide new opportunities for the study of fundamental
processes occurring in light-matter interaction and will focus on laser-based nuclear physics. ELI-NP
will provide state of the art laboratories addressing a broad range of scientific research area from frontier
fundamental physics, new nuclear physics and astrophysics to applications in nuclear material and radioactive
waste management, material science and life sciences that will actively promote its benefits for the society.
Saturday Morning Physics - Lectures program on research topics Download
To help young people and high school students increase their understanding and
appreciation of scientific activity and interest in pursuing careers in science or technology.
People willing to learn and know the current problems of science and scientific research.
The program is open for any person with high school mathematics and physics knowledges, to any science
enthusiast, high school students, students in science or technology with basic STEM
(Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) knowledges, eager to learn and understand current
scientific research issues directly from specialists involved in the field.
There may also participate parents and teachers involved in STEM education for young people.
By filling in the registration form online
Requires a unique email address for the participant.
Participants will be registered between 10 January - 10 March (for the spring session: 15 March - 15 June).
Lectures are held on Saturday mornings from 10:00 to 13:00 and last for two hours, with a 10-minute break, for twelve consecutive weeks.
Sessions during the 2019-20 academic year will begin on 15 Sept. 2019 and 15 March 2020.
Each twelve-week session covers the same general topics.
Students who attend and complete classes of the twelve-week course will be awarded a Certificate of Accomplishment.
The certificate is handed over at a closing ceremony.
The certificate can not be used as a professional attestation document, but some faculties may grant credits to program graduates.