Articles and Interviews
Industrial demonstrators developed in the project AiD

Presentation of the demonstrators developed in the draft AiD:

  • SWAN – Hazardous Materials Detection System
  • CANIS – Radiography X system
Medical demonstrators developed in the project AiD

Presentation of the demonstrators developed in the draft AiD:

  • Coline 6 – advanced linear accelerator for modern radiotherapy
  • INLINE PN50 – Electronic X-Ray Source for Brachytherapy of Breast Cancer in Conservative Treatment
Business and science i.e. about the AiD project in a PIN Radio broadcast

During the “Scientific Thursday” PIN Radio broadcast emitted on April 18, 2013 Dr. Jacek Rzadkiewicz, Accelerators & Detectors (AiD) Project Leader, and Dr. Agnieszka Syntfeld-Każuch, NCBJ Nuclear Techniques & Equipment Department Director talked about benefits that might be brought about by ionizing radiation applied in medicine and industry.

Multi-leaf collimator successfully tested

Multi-leaf collimator developed within the AiD project framework successfully passed 3-day long tests commenced on November 14, 2012 at the TERAGAM cobalt radiotherapy facility operated in Sternberk (Czech Republic) by the UJP Praha a.s. company. The tests confirmed that the collimator may cooperate with the TERAGAM device.

A spot on Coline 6 accelerator

film2See 3-D visualization of the Coline 6 accelerator and short presentation of its features and target applications.

AiD in the TVP Info channel’s “Era of inventions” programme (in Polish)

film1 See 9th episode of the 3rd year of the “Era of inventions” cyclic programme (in Polish) aired by TVP Info channel in mid 2012. The reporters have visited our labs and recorded interviews with some AiD employees.

„The Warsaw Voice” magazine article on the AiD project

kolagetwv-80x53aAn extensive interview with Dr. Agnieszka Syntfeld-Każuch, Director of the NCBJ Nuclear Techniques & Equipment Department, came out in the “The Polish Science Voice” supplement to the May issue of the “The Warsaw Voice” magazine. Innovative equipment currently under development in NCBJ within the AiD project was the interview main subject. The equipment includes accelerators for medical radiotherapy and devices developed to scan hazardous materials at border checkpoints.


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