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Nicolae-Victor Zamfir new Nuclear Physics Division chair

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Nicolae-Victor Zamfir is the new chair of the European Physical Society’s Nuclear Physics Division. Zamfir, from Bucharest, took up the role on the 1 January this year.

“I am sure with his scientific reputation and management experience, Victor [will be] an excellent chairman for the next two years,” said Zsolt Fulop, the outgoing chair.

Zamfir, who is the Director General of the National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering in Bucharest, has worked at the Brookhaven National Laboratory and Yale University. He has a long history of representing Romania to the outside world: being not only the chair of the Romanian Physical Society but also a member of the Romanian Academy and the Romanian representative at CERN.

For more information, please visit the Nuclear Physics Division website.









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