19. 09. 2022
NPI of the CAS joined the European research infrastructure project ReMade@ARI (REcyclable MAterials DEvelopment at Analytical Research Infrastructures), launched on September 1, 2022.
01. 08. 2022
The newly accredited doctoral study program at the Jan Evangelista Purkinje University, Faculty of Science will start its activities in the coming academic year. ...
26. 07. 2022
On July 26, 2022, ten years have passed since the death of prof. Ing. Čestmír Šimáně, DrSc., founder and first director of the Nuclear Physics Institute of the CAS (originally forming a unit within former ČSAV with today's ÚJV a. s.).
27. 06. 2022
The 14th International Conference on Hypernuclear and the Strange Particles Physics, HYP2022, is co-organized by NPI of the CAS, in cooperation with FNSPE CTU in Prague in OREA Hotel Pyramida from June 27 to July 1, 2022.

It organizes the running of NPI. It includes scientific secretary, Safety and radiation protection unit, Information technology unit, International relations unit, International collaborations unit, Structural funds projects unit, Labour, wages and personal agenda unit.

Theoretical research in nuclear, particle and mathematical physics (the last one as a part of Doppler Institute for Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics), organization of the international conferences, giving lectures at Czech universities.

It examines the properties of nuclear matter under extreme conditions, studies relativistic and ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions, works on neutrino mass determination, studies weak interaction in b-decay and develops nuclear analytical methods, especially neutron activation analysis.

Performs fundamental research in nuclear astrophysics and physics of exotic nuclei, fundamental and applied research with fast neutron generators and activation with charged particles. It collaborates with SPIRAL2/Ganil and other international infrastructures.

It carries out fundamental and applied research with thermal neutrons at the horizontal channels of LVR-15 reactor and develops nuclear analytical methods with charged particles at the Tandetron 4130 MC. accelerator. Neutron Physics Laboratory (NPL) is part of the CANAM infrastructure.

Ensuring the operation of accelerators - cyclotrons U-120M and TR-24, and Mikrotron MT-25. Development and design of target systems for different types of experiments. Simulation of dynamic parameters of the beams during acceleration and extraction processes.

Research on the effects of low radiation doses, characterization of ionizing radiation transmission at molecular and cellular level, research on cosmic radiation on Earth, on board of aircrafts and spacecrafts, study of anthropogenic effects in nature, radiocarbon dating.

It develops novel medical radionuclides and studies cyclotron production of 99mTc, labeling of monoclonal antibodies and their fragments, development of microfluidic systems for automated labelling and measurement of excitation functions of nuclear reactions on cyclotron U-120M.

It organizes the economical and technical running of NPI. It includes Finance, budget and technical evidence unit, Logistic unit, Technical and operational unit.

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