60th anniversary of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR)

JINR: the initiator of future discoveries

Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, prosp. 60-letiya Oktyabrya 7a, Moscow, 117312, Russian Federation

On 26 March 2016, the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) will mark its 60th anniversary as an internationally known research centre that is a unique example of how fundamental theoretical and experimental studies can be integrated with the development and application of cutting-edge technologies and with university education. JINR member states number 18, of which Hungary, Germany, Egypt, Italy, Serbia and the Republic of South Africa are each under a government-level cooperation agreement with the Institute. Three factors combine to form a solid foundation on which JINR bases its work: commitment to traditions of internationally renowned research schools; unique performance hardware capable of solving problems of current interest in various fields of modern physics; the status of a UN intergovernmental body. Ranked high within the world's scientific community, the Institute has conducted a wide range of research and trained high quality research personnel for its Member States over a period of 60 years since its foundation. In accordance with its Charter, JINR is open to participation by all interested states and ensures equal and mutually beneficial cooperation between them.

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Keywords: JINR, Member States, international cooperation, fundamental properties of the microworld, elementary particles, nuclear physics, condensed matter physics, mega-projects, experimental facilities, nuclear physics research, research staff, nanotechnologies, innovations, educational activities
PACS: 01.52.+r, 01.65.+g (all)
DOI: 10.3367/UFNe.0186.201603a.0225
Citation: Matveev V A "JINR: the initiator of future discoveries" Phys. Usp. 59 217–224 (2016)
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Received: 15th, July 2015, 30th, July 2015

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