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Jacek Karczmarczyk passed away

With deep regret we would like to inform that Jacek Karczmarczyk, our good Colleague and fellow, passed away on August 11, 2016. He was employed as an electronic engineer in IPJ Cosmic Ray Physics Division located in Łódź, then in NCBJ Łódź, recently in Astrophysics Division. Funeral ceremonies will be held on the cemetery at Zakładowa str. in Łódź on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 starting at 2.15 pm. ----

NCBJ-Lanzhou University cooperation in research on materials for 4th generation nuclear reactors

From left to right: Jacek Jagielski, Tieshan Wang, Ewa Rondio, Dariusz Szymański, Łukasz Kurpaska (photo NCBJ)
Professor Tieshan Wang, Director of Institute of Material and Radiation Physics at the Lanzhou University in China has visited Świerk as a NCBJ invited guest. Mr. Dariusz Szymański from Polish Ministry of Energy has also attended the meeting. ----

T2K experiment has presented first results of research on CP symmetry violation

Super-Kamiokande detector
The T2K interantional collaboration has announced new results on neutrino/antineutrino sy­mmetry in neutrino oscillations. The discovery that neutrinos and antineutrinos behave differently should help to understand why matter is dominating in the Universe over antimatter. If laws of physics were identical for both matter and antimatter, the Universe would be filled up only with annihilation radiation. But that’s not the case as we are existing. ----

NCBJ-DESY cooperation agreement prolonged

Ewa Rondio, Maciej Chorowski, Krzysztof Kurek, Helmut Dosch, Zbigniew Gołębiewski
Agreement on prolongation of NCBJ-DESY (Deut­sches Elek­tronen Syn­ch­ro­tron) cooperation was recently signed in Hamburg by Dr. Krzysz­tof Ku­rek, NCBJ Director General. Polish delegation led by Prof. Ma­ciej Cho­row­ski, Director of National Centre for Research & Development (who represented also during that visit Polish Mi­ni­stry of Science and Higher Education) witnessed also the delivery of a next batch of elements manufactured in Poland as “in-kind” contribution to development of European Free Electron Laser (XFEL). ----

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