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.

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.
  • The first experiment after the COVID-19 lockdown.

    On July 10 and 13, 2020, samples were irradiated with an internal alpha beam. It was the first part of the HIL091 project "Cross-section measurements...
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  • Prof. Adam Strzałkowski passed away

    With a great regret, we pay our last respect to prof. Adam Strzałkowski. We remember him as an outstanding nuclear physicist, professor at the Jagiellonian University, a...
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  • Polish Physical Society lecture

    We invite to the lecture organised on-line by Polish Physical Society  on the 23rd of July, 2020 at 16.00. prof.  Tadeusz Lesiak from Instytut Fizyki Jądrowej im....
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