We are pleased to present you an interactive multimedia exhibition dedicated to the activities of our institute. Exhibition is located on an area of 350 m2.
The exhibition presents 7 stands dedicated to JINR laboratories. With the help of modern computer graphics and virtual reality tools, we give our visitor the opportunity to get inside a scientific experiment, visit laboratories and even Lake Baikal.
Exhibition is free of charge, but due to coronavirus restrictions, it is necessary to book a visit time at the exhibition website. To enroll school groups, you must fill out the Contact organizer form, indicating the desired time, school number, class and number of people.
The Joint Institute for Nuclear Research is an intergovernmental organization dating back to 1956 and currently has 24 Member states. JINR has enormous scientific potential in the field of nuclear physics and is home to an unfathomable wealth of knowledge in numerous fields with many famous scientists bolstering the ranks of over 5000 employees.
It's time to open this knowledge to everyone!
Welcome to the new educational portal of JINR! In this short video you will be introduced to some of the main topics covered in the form of short lectures and be given instructions on how to use this portal.
A series of in-depth lectures based on the mega science project NICA, which is currently under construction in the Veksler and Baldin Laboratory of High Energy Physics at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, as presented by the Deputy chief of the Accelerator Department, Anatoly Sidorin.
This series of lectures deals with the production and use of superconducting cables and superconducting magnets, including its testing and final measurements. Presented by the Doctor of Sciences, Sergey Kostromin, the Chief of the Superconducting Factory at the Veksler and Baldin Laboratory of High Energy Physics at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research.
This course consists of 5 lectures and talks about the nature of the origin of radiation, about the mechanisms of its biological effects and ways to protect against it. The lecture is delivered by the Deputy Director for Research, Laboratory of Radiation Biology, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (LRB, JINR) Timoshenko Gennady Nikolaevich.
A course by Vladimir Gerdt, the head of the research group on Algebraic and quantum computation at the Laboratory of Information Technologies at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR).
This course is presented by a Professor and Doctor of Sciences, Vladimir Nikitin, Chief Researcher of the Veksler and Baldin Laboratory of High Energy Physics at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research.
This course is presented by Vladimir Nikitin, a Professor and Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences in the position of Chief Researcher of the Veksler and Baldin Laboratory of High Energy Physics at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research.
This course consists of three lectures presented by Professor Yuri Penionzhkevich, the Head of sector and a Doctor of Sciences from the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions (FLNR) at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR).
The course is taught by employees of the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP). A.I. Alikhanova of the National Research Center "Kurchatov Institute" Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Lattice Gauge Theories Victor Braguta and candidate of physical and mathematical sciences, Researcher at the Laboratory of Lattice Gauge Theories Andrei Kotov.