Calendar of events
|Start of Stage 4 of the International Student Practice (Egypt)|
|Start of the application procedure for the JINR Summer Student Programme 2020|
|Visit of school students from Zelenograd|
|Doors open day of JINR-based departments of the Dubna University (≈130 participants)|
On Monday, 9 December 2019, the 4th stage of the International Student Practice organized by the JINR University Centre started. 25 students from the Arab Republic of Egypt came to Dubna for participation in the practice together with Prof. Walaa Mohamed Seif Hamouda from the Cairo University and Prof. Medhat Ahmed Abdelkhalek Ibrahim from the National Research Centre.
For 10 years, the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research together with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has been organising international scientific schools for physics teachers from the JINR Member States. During this time, more than 400 teachers from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan participated in the events.
On Monday, 9 September 2019, the third stage of the International Student Practice was launched in the JINR University Centre. 22 students of universities of Belarus, Chile, Cuba, the RSA and Serbia came to Dubna.
On 2 and 3 October 2019, high school students of «Gymnasium named after S.V. Kovalevskaya» from the city of Velikiye Luki (Pskov region) visited JINR. Excursions to the Museum of the History of Science and Technology of JINR, as well as to the Laboratory of Nuclear Problems and the Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions were organised.
On Monday, 9 September 2019, the third stage of the International Student Practice was launched in the JINR University Centre. Senior students and first-years post-graduates of universities of Europe, Africa, and Latin America participate in the event.
On 3 August 2019, the 31st Interregional Computer School named after V. Volokitin and E. Shirkova organized with the support of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research will be launched in the JINR Resort Hotel “Ratmino”.