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Professor Tomasz Radoszewski passed away

With great sorrow we inform that Professor Tomasz Radoszewski, scientific staff member of the former Institute of Nuclear Research (IBJ) since its very beginnings in Warszawa, then Institute of Atomic Energy (IEA) in Świerk passed away on July 22, 2015 at the age of 91. ----

Świerk supercomputer among the world’s fastest computing systems

The developed in NCBJ Świerk Computer Centre (CIS) computer cluster has been ranked 155th on the prestigious TOP500 list of the world’s top supercomputers. ----

Scientific Council's board has selected a candidate for the post of NCBJ Director General

Selection Board constituted by NCNJ Scientific Council has concluded evaluation of all runners in the competition to select NCBJ Director General. The Board has decided to recommend Dr. hab. Eng. Krzysztof Kurek as a candidate for that post to the Polish Minster of Economy (NCBJ founding body) .  ----

Modernization of research infrastructure in Świerk

Accelerating Structures Lab (photo Marcin Jakubowski)
New labs and facilities developed within the just coming to the end 4LABy  project have greatly improved NCBJ research infrastructure. Outcomes of the project were presented on a special conference held on June 24. ----

Honours awarded at the Royal Castle in Warsaw

Mrs. Wiesława Krawczyk, Deputy Chairwomen of the Mazovia Voivodeship Regional Council is handing over the Merit for Mazovia honour awarded to NCBJ to Professor Grzegorz Wrochna, NCBJ Director General (photo Marcin Jakubowski)
Bronisław Komorowski, President of Poland, awarded some outstanding Polish nuclear physicists/chemists, some employees of the former Institute of Nuclear Research who were actively supporting democratic processes running in ’80 in  Poland, as well as some most deserving NCBJ/ IChTJ employees with the Polonia Restituta Order Officer’s/Knight’s Crosses and with Golden Crosses of Merit. ----

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