Department of Nuclear Techniques & Equipment (DTJ)

Office
room 136, building 7
NCBJ
05-400 Otwock-Świerk
tel. +48 22 273 14 13
e-mail agata.mikulska@ncbj.gov.pl
address book DTJ
Director of the Department
Dr. Jacek Rzadkiewicz
tel. +48 22 273 14 43
e-mail jacek.rzadkiewicz@ncbj.gov.pl

Department scope of activities

1. R&D works (both cognitive and utilitarian aspect) in the following fields:

  • experimental methods of sub-atomic physics
  • charge particle acceleration techniques and accelerators
  • nuclear electronic equipment/systems
  • radiation detection techniques and detectors
  • applications of experimental methods of sub-atomic physics in medicine, material sciences, environment protection, computer sciences etc.
  • designing/constructing equipment capable to generate/detect ionizing radiation.

2. Scientific/research support and close cooperation with NCBJ Division of Nuclear Equipment.

Department structure

  1. Particle Acceleration Physics & Technology Division
  2. Radiation Detectors Division
  3. Electronics and Detection Systems Division
  4. Plasma Studies Division

Particle Acceleration Physics & Technology Division (TJ1)

Profile:

–   R&D works on:

  • particle acceleration physics and innovative solutions in accelerator technology (accelerating structures, electron beam guidance systems)

  • physics of interaction of ionizing radiation with matter (including nano-structures)

  • ionizing radiation detectors for industry and medicine.

–   Participation in development of various accelerators for research, industry, medicine, nuclear power generation, environment protection in close cooperation with NCBJ Division of Nuclear Equipment.

Radiation Detectors Division (TJ3)

Profile:

  • R&D works on ionizing radiation detection techniques
  • development of radiation detectors for research and applications
  • development of systems based on experimental methods of sub-atomic physics applicable in national security (border control systems) and nuclear medicine

Electronics and Detection Systems Division (TJ4)

R&D works on:

  • sources and detectors of ionizing radiation, in particular X-rays
  • hardware and software for electronic control systems used in experimental physics, national security (border control) systems, nuclear medicine, industry, environment protection.

Plasma Studies Division (TJ5)

R&D works on:

  • plasma physics, in particular plasma diagnostics methods
  • plasma applications in surface engineering
  • thermonuclear fusion
  • development of facilities/equipment for plasma research.