This is the course on experimental nuclear physics for the university students and young specialists. It briefly reviews the basics of nuclear physics (physics of nuclear reactions, the interaction of radiation with matter etc.) and describes different types of radiation detectors, their principles of operation and application.
Laboratory of Nuclear Fission involves students into the virtual experiments which aimed to study nuclear fission
Laboratory of Gamma Spectrometry allows students to take part into the virtual experiments at different gamma spectrometers aimed to solve various scientific problems.
In the virtual ROOT environment students can pass different exercises and make their own research works using libraries of experimental data.
The set of practicums aimed to study different types of radiation detectors and nuclear electronics.
The Interactive Environment for Nuclear Experiment Modeling (or “Setup Builder”) is the interactive software with libraries of physical equipment and materials necessary for physical experiment in nuclear physics.