8 November 2021
The Extreme Light Infrastructure – Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI ALPS) is organizing its eighth Users Workshop on 8 and 9 November 2021, in Szeged, Hungary. The event will be held in the building of ELI ALPS in Szeged.
20 January 2021
IMPULSE, an ambitious project financed under Horizon 2020 to support organisational development, sustainability and excellent science at ELI, was kicked off on 16 December 2020 with participation of representatives of 15 Consortium partners from 10 European countries.
27 November 2020
We are happy to announce the opening of the ELI–ALPS Commissioning User Call 2020.
15 September 2020
State Secretary for Higher Education, Innovation and Vocational Training József Bódis and the Czech Republic’s Deputy Minister for the European Union and European Structural and Investment Funds Václav Velčovský held a meeting in Budapest to discuss tasks relating to the establishment of the European Research and Infrastructure Consor.
2 September 2020
You will remain in our hearts forever. May you rest in peace.
31 August 2020
Prof. David Neely, member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of ELI-ALPS, has unexpectedly passed away.
28 August 2020
The course organized by ELI-ALPS Research Institute between 26 and 28 August aimed to provide researchers and students with a comprehensive overview of high-intensity laser pulses and laser-driven particle and radiation sources.
25 June 2020
This year's ELISS is organized by ELI-ALPS, Szeged, Hungary, and will be held online on 26-28 August 2020.
15 May 2020
It is an important milestone for the ELI project that the application for the establishment of ELI-ERIC has been submitted in Brussels.
14 May 2020
Győző Farkas, Széchenyi Prize laureate physicist, Doctor of physical sciences, Professor Emeritus at the Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, Wigner Research Centre for Physics, has passed away at the age of 86.
28 April 2020
Prof. Dr. Gábor Szabó, managing director of ELI-ALPS, offered two halls of the building complex to Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center, in case the epidemiological situation would require the care of infected patients there.
25 February 2020
The first working laser was demonstrated by Theodore Harold Maiman on May 16, 1960, and now we are celebrating it as the International Day of Light.
15 May 2019
On 15 May, we held a ceremonial event where we inaugurated the SYLOS 2A laser system. Designed by the Lithuanian companies EKSPLA and Light Conversion and developed in collaboration with ELI-ALPS personnel in two phases, the laser system will provide research opportunities in various fields of scientific and industrial applications.
11 April 2019
Statement of ELI-DC Director General Allen Weeks regarding ELI-ALPS research institute.
27 March 2019
On 27 March we ceremonially inaugurated the plaque comemorating the Construction Industry Award for Excellence Prize awarded for the building complex of our research institute.
5 February 2019
Accompanied by University of Szeged former Rector Gábor Szabó and Bishop of the Szeged-Csanád Diocese László Kiss-Rigó, MOL Group Chairman and CEO Zsolt Hernádi and Slovnaft Chairman and CEO Oszkár Világi visited our research institute to discuss future cooperation opportunities.
19 January 2019
This year, our research institute also took part in the Physics Works event series organized by the University of Szeged. Besides many exciting programs, the participants had the opportunity to visit ELI-ALPS in the afternoon of 19 January and get to know the work of the researchers here.
9 January 2019
The International Committee of the Attosecond Science and Technology Conference is pleased to announce that the 7th International Conference (ATTO2019) will take place in Szeged, Hungary from July 1 to 5 2019.
10 December 2018
Initiator of the ELI project Gérard Mourou, laureate of the Nobel Prize in Physics received his Nobel Prize yesterday in Stockholm from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.
15 November 2018
We ceremonially inaugurated the new timeline element on the promenade at the entrance of the building complex of the French physicist, Gérard Mourou, Professor at École Polytechnique, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics this year.