Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)
Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis

Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a research laboratory at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Niš, Serbia, that connects the conventionally considered "engineering" and "pure physics" disciplines. Since the interests of both engineering and pure physics cover fields that overlap, a definitive dividing line cannot be drawn between them. Situated at Faculty of Electronic Engineering, APL has been naturally oriented to conduct the research in the applied physics field.

APL researchers have achieved world-class research results, with over 100 publications in peer reviewed international scientific journals and numerous international and national conference presentations. For more than 35 years continuously, the researchers from APL have been the coordinators of national research projects financed by the Serbian Ministry of Science.

In period 2008-20012, APL realized the FP7 - EU Center of Excellence project. Please visit “RADDOS project” and “News” sections of the web site to learn more about this project and its instrumental role in enhancing the human and technical potential of the APL.

FP7

News:
From October 23 to 26, 2012, Goran Ristic visited the University of Granada

From September 12 to 14, 2012, Goran Ristic participated at the 9th Conference of the Society of Physicists of Macedonia 2012...

From April 25 to 27, 2012, APL organized very successful conference RAD 2012

From 28 to 30 March 2012, Goran Ristić and Jugoslava Kramarković from APL, and Aleksandar Jaksic from Tyndall Institute visited ESA-ESTEC ...

From 28 February to 2 March 2011, Nikola Vasović, Miomir Todorović, Uglješa Jovanović, Jugoslav Karamarković and Goran Ristić from APL visited Josef Stefan Institute ...

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