UC activities

Calendar of events

7
September

Start of the application procedure for the online student programme INTEREST

7
September

Start of foreign language courses at the JINR University Centre

21
September

Start of the Nuclear Physics online week at Samara regional site of "NAUKA 0+"

9
October

The beginning of the
XV All-Russian festival
"NAUKA 0+" in Moscow

On 6 — 8 August 2020, JINR will participate in the second stage of the International Geek Picnic Online Festival dedicated to science and advanced technology. The enhanced universe of Geek Picnic Online 2.0 with new stages welcomes its visitors 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm. JINR will participate in this festival as a partner having new speakers and activities.

On 8 July 2020, staff members of the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions and the JINR University Centre held an online meeting with 125 students of the Governor’s School for the Sciences and Engineering (GSSE) of the University of Tennessee (UT), Knoxville, USA. The virtual guests had a video excursion to the FLNR experimental facilities.

28 students completed the first academic year at the Dubna Yandex.Lyceum. Dubna joined the Yandex.Lyceum project in 2019. The start of the programme was preceded by the joint work of Yandex, the Physics and Mathematics Open Classroom of Dubna, Lyceum No.6 and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research.

On 15 July 2020, Vice-Rector and Acting Director of Landau Phystech School of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) A. A. Voronov visited JINR.

The V Summer School “Physics. Mathematics. IT” is coming. It will take place from 25 to 30 July 2020. The Joint Institute for Nuclear Research and the State University “Dubna” annually welcome about 100 high-school students and offer them an extensive popular science programme and project activities.

On 23 April 2020, a staff member of VBLHEP Nikita Sidorov faced a very special online audience to deliver his lecture named “What are colliders?” This fascinating talk was intended for the members of the Virtual Science Camps organised by a Physics teacher in Paris, Michael Gregory.