Seminarium zewnętrzne

Multiscale approach to predict the mechanical properties of nuclear materials - application to irradiation effects

Irradiation induces the formation of small point defect clusters in RPV steels. These clusters act as obstacles for the movement of dislocations and can therefore harden the material. It is of primary importance to be able to simulate quantitatively the cluster distributions in order to predict the mechanical properties of irradiated materials.

Mathematically Enhanced Atomistic Simulation of Advanced Energy Materials

Development of efficient strategies for the rational design of materials involved in the production and storage of renewable energy is essential for accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy. To contribute to this goal, we propose a novel workflow for assessment and optimization of battery materials. The approach effectively combines quantum and atomistic modelling/simulations, enhanced by efficient sampling, Bayesian parameterization and experimental information. It is implemented to study prospective materials for lithium and sodium batteries.

Seminarium KlastER: Modele Biznesowe Energetyki Rozproszonej i Obywatelskiej

W imieniu organizatorów zapraszamy do udziału w „Seminarium KlastER: Modele Biznesowe Energetyki Rozproszonej i Obywatelskiej”, które odbędzie się 7 listopada br. w Warszawie, w Centrum Zarządzania Innowacjami i Transferem Technologii na ul. Rektorskiej 4, Piętro: IV, Sala: 4.01. Seminarium organizowane jest przez zespół Interdisciplinary Division For Energy Analyses (IDEA) będący zakładem Narodowego Centrum Badań Jądrowych.

Development of HTGR technology for cogeneration and heat applications


Seminarium Japan Atomic Energy Agency
i Narodowego Centrum Badań Jądrowych we współpracy
z Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (JP)
i Ministerstwem Energii (PL)



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Laser Spectroscopy of Muonic Atoms

In muonic atoms, the atomic electrons are replaced by a single muon. Due to the large muon mass and correspondingly small Bohr orbit, nuclear structure effects on atomic energy levels are vastly enhanced.

We have performed laser spectroscopy on muonic hydrogen, deuterium, and helium-3 and -4 ions, with surprising results. Our value of the proton and deuteron charge radii are, for example, 5-6 standard deviations smaller than the corresponding world averages from regular atoms and electron scattering.