We have multiple experimental areas where the users can prepare and can conduct the experiments in parallel.
The shown below are the brief descriptions of the Experimental Areas for the HPLS and VEGA.

Laser Experimental Areas

E1, E6 Chambers

E1 experimental chamber
(laser-solid interaction)

2 beams of 10PW will be available in this chamber.

E6 experimental chamber
(laser-gas interaction)

2 beams of 10PW will be available in this chamber.

E5 experimental chamber (laser-solid and gas interaction)

E5 experimental chamber

E7 experimental chamber (isomer)

E7 experimental chamber

Laser beam parameters

Gamma beam parameters (2023)

E4 experimental chamber (four-wave mixing in vacuum)

Gamma Beam Experimental Areas

Nuclear resonance fluorescence experiments - ELIADE
ELIADE – ELI-NP Array of Detectors

Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence (NRF) technique is an excellent method to probe the nuclear structure by exciting the low lying states (states below the particle separation energy) of a nucleus. The combination of high efficiency germanium detectors with excellent energy resolution with high intensity, easy energy tunable and polarized photon beam is the most effective way to study the low lying dipole (E1, M1) and quadrupole (E2) strength distributions in details and hence the structure of nuclei.

Industrial tomography based on gamma attenuation and on nuclear resonance fluorescence will be used to study the fine internal structure and composition of objects, which is very useful in the development of new technologies and materials and also to analyze complex industrial structures.


The main physics goals of ELIGANT-GN are to study pygmy and giant resonances, in particular the neutron/gamma competition in the decay of these highly collective states.

The main aim of this device is to measure neutron cross-sections with very high precision and efficiency for nuclear industry, nuclear medicine, and nuclear astrophysics.

ELISSA is a silicon-strip detector array that will address topics like astrophysical p-process, Big Bang Nucleosynthesis and supernova explosion.