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E1 Experimental Room E4 Experimental Room E5 Experimental Room E6 Experimental Room E8 Experimental Room E9 Experimental Room Optics Laboratory Target Laboratory Laser Experiments Diagnostics Laboratory Biophysics and Biomedical Applications Laboratory Spectroscopy Laboratory

E1 Experimental Area
E1 Experimental Area

The E1 experimental area is built to host laser-driven experiments with two 10 PW laser beams. The research will be mainly devoted to laser-driven nuclear physics and strong-field QED from laser-solid matter interaction. The extremely intense laser interaction will be able to generate ultra-bright and high energy charged particles, gamma-rays, and neutrons, through processes in which the QED phenomena will start playing a significant role.

E4 Experimental Room
E4 Experimental Room

The E4 experimental area receives 2x100 TW laser beams, ultra-short pulses, 60 mm full aperture diameter and is accommodating a modular vacuum system with 2 chambers (HV + UHV) with CF flanges and differential pumping, 5 turning boxes, 1 extension for loose focus experiments, electron beamdump for LWFA experiments.

Mădălin ROȘU
E5 Experimental Room
E5 Experimental Room

The E5 experimental area is devoted to laser-driven experiments with two 1 PW laser beams. The research is focused on the study of materials and biological systems in extreme environments using mixed radiation generated by the ultra-intense lasers. The modular configuration of the three vacuum chambers that encloses the laser beams will allow the study of laser plasma interactions, shocks generations and studies of X-ray sources for diagnostics and imaging applications

E6 Experimental Area
E6 Experimental Area

E6 experimental area is built to host up to 10 PW laser driven electron acceleration and QED studies, with a strong emphasis on laser wakefield acceleration methods on complex gas targets aimed at obtaining GeV electron beams optimized for charge, energy, and stable operation.

E8 Experimental Area
E8 Experimental Area

E8 experimental hall will accommodate five experimental setups that utilize the high brilliance gamma beam for photonuclear reactions in the field of nuclear resonance fluorescence, nuclear astrophysics, photofission and industrial applications. In addition, there will be several beam diagnostic setups for gamma beam profile and polarization monitoring.

Anukul DHAL
E9 Experimental Area
E9 Experimental Area

The E9 experiemental area will be dedicated to neutron studies following photonuclear reactions, and beam diagnostocs tools. The main physics goals for the ELIGANT - ELI Gamma Above Neutron Threshold setups will be basic nuclear structures of large amplitude collective motion, and cross-section measurements with applications for nuclar astrophysics, nuclear industry, and medicine

Biophysics and Biomedical Applications Laboratory
Target Laboratory

Target Laboratory is dedicated to the development, fabrication, characterization and micro-assembly of targets for experiments with high-power lasers and gamma beams.

Victor LECA
Optics Laboratory [LSD]
Optics Laboratory

The Optics Lab is equipped to provide training for LSD members and users of the HPLS, as well as to test and qualify optical components for use in the HPLS.

Laser Experiments Diagnostics Laboratory
Laser Experiments Diagnostics

The role of the Laser Experiments Diagnostics Laboratory is to facilitate the construction, alignment and testing of optical set-ups that will be used in the experimental areas of the ELI-NP.

Spectroscopy Laboratory
Spectroscopy and Detector Laboratory

Is dedicated to the maintenance/repair and measurements of the main characteristics for a wide range of detectors: High Purity Germanium (HPGe) detectors, scintillator detectors, and silicon strip detectors (SSD).