Visit at ELI-ALPs, beneficiary of EU funds
Through a virtual visit at the Extreme Light Infrastructure Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) in Szegad, Hungary, we testified how cohesion policy promotes the development of research infrastructures needed to study the most elementary and fastest processes through long-term investments in three different countries – Hungary, Romania, and Csech Republic.
According to Professor Gábor Szabó, Managing Director of ELI-ALPS, European cohesion policy and ELI-ALPS project will lead to the construction of a Science Park around the infrastructure developed by the University of Szeged, which will create 57 000 high value-added jobs. To hear more about the Professor Gábor Szabó, have a look at his interview in this video:
And watch this short documentary about ELI-ALPS project:
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