17. 02. 2020
The fifth annual meeting of the Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) of the FAIR-CZ large research infrastructure took place on February 12, 2020 in Prague's Villa Lanna, facility of the Czech Academy of Sciences. ...
27. 08. 2019
Nature Physics magazine, the most important periodical publication in physics with 5-year impact factor 21.8, has published an article Probing dense baryon-rich matter with virtual photons, in its July issue. ...
25. 03. 2019
The European large research infrastructure FAIR GmbH and the Nuclear Physics Institute (NPI) of the Czech Academy of Sciences signed the Agreement about Aspirant Partnership of the Czech Republic in the FAIR. ...
25. 01. 2019
The fourth annual meeting of the Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) of the large research infrastructure FAIR-CZ was held in the building of the Czech Technical University (CTU), Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering (FNSPE) at ...
11. 12. 2018
FAIR Council, the Shareholders´ Assembly of the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research, GmbH (FAIR), has unanimously approved the proposal to accept Nuclear Physics Institute of the CAS as an Aspirant Partner in FAIR at its regular meeting on ...
23. 02. 2018
Video promoting the FAIR with subtitles.
13. 02. 2018
The third annual meeting of the Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) of the large research infrastructure FAIR-CZ was held in the Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics conference center House of Professed at Malo-stranské Square ...
31. 01. 2018
These are publications from: GSI Report, The European Physical Journal, Physical Review, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, IEEE SCINT 2017 etc.
18. 10. 2017
Support construction for the ECAL detector has been delivered and installed as a part of the HADES spectrometer in FAIR project, Darmstadt, Germany, at the end of August 2017.
10. 11. 2016
Electromagnetic calorimeter ECAL will operate in about 3 Gauss magnetic field. Used photomultipliers are very sensitive to magnetic field of even less than 1 Gauss and thus magnetic shielding is a needed component of the detector.