Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy (IAPS) at
University of Latvia
performs internationally recognised fundamental and
applied research in atomic physics, spectroscopy,
photonics, quantum physics and related areas. New
optical methods and devices for applications in
industry, medicine and environmental monitoring are
being developed, as well.
High quality of the research is assured by a qualified
academic staff total of 47 employees. There are 20
leading researchers, 17 researchers, and 10 scientific
assistants incl. 27 employees with doctor's degree. The
bachelor, master and doctoral students are involved in
the IAPS projects.
The Institute has been supported by European Commission
centre of excellence of fundamental and applied research.
Active international scientific collaboration is
facilitated by International
International Society of Applied Optics
and Latvian Regional Committee of International
Commission for Optics (ICO), all acting under the IAPS