25) Ruder Boskovic Institute

25) Ruder Boskovic Institute

The Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Zagreb Croatia (RBI) performs joint research activities with University of Tuzla, Tuzla, Bosnia Herzegovina (UTU). RBI is the oldest Croatian national institute for basic research in natural sciences, and consists of 15 independent units for basic and applied research in physics, chemistry, biology, biomedicine and information sciences. The heavy ions research laboratory of RBI is collaborating with various groups at GSI, KVI, LNL, and LNS. The RBI group is involved in R&D and construction of modern time-of-flight detectors within the FOPI/GSI and CBM/FAIR collaborations. The group has acquired expertise in mechanical and electrical design of RPC counters and in large scale production procedures. The RBI-NMR group has experience, knowledge and infrastructure available in/of: high precision continuous wave NMR and is involved in experiments at MAMI (Crystal Ball).

RBI has specific roles in JRA5-GPD-ACT, JRA7-HaSP and JRA10-CryPTA.

EC funds in JRA5-GPD-ACT, JRA7-HaSP and JRA10-CryPTA.



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  This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824093
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