INFLPR, through the following groups PPAM from the Laser Department, LaMP from the CETAL Department and PPMS from the Low Temperature Plasma Department, together with the JKU Universities from Austria, RWTH from Germany, FORTH Institutes from Greece, BAM from Germany, as well as the company ELMARCO from Italy, form a consortium for the technical processing and handling of nanofibers.

PhD. Nicolaie Pavel - Senior Member of OSA


We are pleased to announce that Mr Nicolaie Pavel is a Senior Member of OSA.

Information about OSA Senior members accepted in 2021 are available at:

The most recent success stories from European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation


Success Stories

INFLPR research on the Cover of Plasma Processes and Polymers


The article entitled "Investigation of laser‐produced plasma multistructuring by floating probe measurements and optical emission spectroscopy" by Stefan A. Irimiciuc, Sergii Chertopalov, Valentin Craciun, Michal Novotný, Jan Lancok is featured on the Front Cover of Plasma Processes and Polymers, 17 (11), 2020.

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2020

2020 Nobel Prize in Physics

The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded with one half to Roger Penrose "for discovering that the formation of black holes is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity" and the other half jointly to Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez “for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the centre of our galaxy”.

Collaborative project led by INFLPR is featured in a testimonial by Manunet Magazine


The project entitled "Textile materials with electromagnetic shielding and flame retardant properties are highly demanded", financed by FINPIEMONTE S.p.A in Italy and UEFISCDI in Romania is featured in a testimonial by Manunet Magazine.

INFLPR research is featured on Main Page of "Coatings"


The review article entitled "Biomimetic Coatings Obtained by Combinatorial Laser Technologies", published in Coatings" by Emanuel Axente et al., is featured on the Main Page (online) of the Journal.

INFLPR research is with top downloaded scientific articles


The article “Laser ignition - Spark plug development and application in reciprocating engines” is with the most downloaded articles from Progress in Quantum Electronics in the last 90 days.
Volume 58, March 2018, Pages 1-32;

INFLPR forensic science in Caracal case


INFLPR laboratories carried out morphological (microtomography) and elemental (microXRF) analysis which have contributed as forensic science tools for instrumentation of famous Caracal case, revealed in press release by Romanian Antiterrorism Agency, DIICOT!

Laser ignition in automotive gasoline engines is with Laser Focus World’s top 20 photonics technology picks for 2019!


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