Heavy Ion Laboratory at the University of Warsaw

ICARE is the charged particles detector system used for their identification and energy measurements. Built in the IReS (Strasbourg) is presently installed at HIL

Heavy Ion Laboratory at the University of Warsaw

The EAGLE array (central European Array for Gamma Levels Evaluations) is designed as a multi-configuration detector setup adjustable to the needs of several research groups, dealing with different branches of nuclear physics,

Heavy Ion Laboratory at the University of Warsaw

(Polish acronym ŚLCJ) is the only nuclear physics facility in Poland operating a heavy ion accelerator U-200P for experimental studies in the domain of nuclear spectroscopy and reactions.

Heavy Ion Laboratory at the University of Warsaw

created Radiopharmaceuticals Research and Productions Centre (Polish acronym OPBR) equipped with the GE PETtrace cyclotron for radiopharmaceutical production. The centre is conducting research on new types of radiopharmaceuticals.
  • New Paper of the Warsaw team

    At July 28th 2022 in Physical Review C was published extensive paper of the Warsaw team on detailes of our magnetic moment measurement of the...
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    The Ministry of Education and Science has once again assessed the potential of research units in Poland. The University of Warsaw was awarded the highest...
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  • Prof. Zbigniew Moroz passed away

    On July 22, 2022, prof. Zbigniew Moroz passed away- an outstanding physicist with great scientific achievements, specialist in the field of nuclear reactions using polarised...
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