National Research-Development Institute for Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics - INFLPR
According to its regulation documents, the INFLPR conducts basic and applied research in the field of lasers, interaction of light with matter, plasmas and electron accelerators. INFLPR is involved in a large number of cooperative research projects with research institutions and universities, as well as with industrial partners. Large facilities as electron accelerators, short pulse high intensity lasers and scientific know-how are open to external researchers.
The National Institute of Research and Development for Technical Physics (NIRDTP)
NIRDTP conducts research, development and innovation activities in the field of materials with novel structures and properties, devices, apparatus and equipment based on such materials, new preparation methods and characterisation techniques and non-destructive evaluation, electrical and magnetic separation methods, special materials and devices with applications in engineering, medicine and biotechnology. The Institute owns over 30 patents in the field of magnetic materials and devices and has international collaborations with prestigious institutions and private companies from Austria, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and USA.
National Institute of Materials Physics
The National Institute for Materials Physics ( NIMP) Bucharest area of interest is in fundamental and applied research and development, with particular emphasis in the fields of solid state physics and materials research. NIMP develops as a CENTER OF EXCELLENCE for international cooperation (R&D projects and networks with support for EU, bilateral agreements) and high-level education (PhD, MSc, training courses) and provides a frame for interdisciplinary research in the materials science.
National Research-Development Institute for Isotopic and Molecular Technologies - INCDTIM
INCDTIM Cluj-Napoca, leader in providing the best quality products and services in research, development, innovation and production, in the field of energy and application of stable isotopes, environment, health and quality of life, innovative materials and processes, biotechnology and information technology , to meet the requirements and expectations of our customers.
Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy
The Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy is conducting research activities in the following domains: Astronomy, Astrophysics, Solar Physics, Celestial Mechanics, History of Astronomy. The Institute has three observatories located in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Timişoara that include several scientific research facilities.