7 Andrzeja Sołtana str., Otwock-Świerk
Świerk Research Centre is located about 30 km south-east of Warsaw (about 5 km east of Otwock) on a land plot of an area of 44 ha. The terrain is fenced off, guarded, and equipped with some dedicated infrastructure including three independent power service lines and a proprietary water intake. That area is National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) main premises.
National road No. 17 (the so-called Lublin road) is a convenient access route to Świerk.
Caution. Some older maps show wrong location of the Sołtana street in Otwock-Świder.
NCBJ provides regular bus transport for its employees and guests visiting Świerk. The bus lines connect Świerk with Warsaw, Otwock and several other locations in the neighbourhood.
69 Hoża str., Warszawa
The Warsaw branch of NCBJ is located at 69 Hoża str. in Warsaw in a two-storey pavilion situated on a property used jointly with Warsaw University Physics Faculty. It comprises the following NCBJ units:Nuclear Physics Division (BP1), Theoretical Physics Division (BP2), High Energy Physics Division (BP3). Van de Graaff „LECH” electrostatic accelerator located in a separate lab next to the Physics Faculty building (at the opposite side of the property) is one of the Nuclear Physics Division research facilities.
5 Uniwersytecka str., Łódź
The Lodz branch of NCBJ is located at 5 Uniwersytecka str. in Lodz. It comprises NCBJ Cosmic Ray Physics Division (BP4) . A hodoscope array of detectors (the so-called “Lodz hodoscope”) built to register Extensive Air Showers induced by cosmic ray particles is operated close to the Department premises.