UC activities

Calendar of events


Start of the application procedure for the online student programme INTEREST


Start of foreign language courses at the JINR University Centre


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


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

On 13 – 14 April 2019, on the platform of the JINR Cultural Centre “Mir”, the scientific festival for children and adults “Days of Physics” was held for the 6th time. This year, the festival was dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements.

On 29 March 2019, the largest Russian scientific festival “PRONauka” (lit. “PROScience”) was held in Kazan. It is one of the largest social projects in the fields of science popularization that included an extensive range of educational intensive courses, lectures and discussion sites in which professors from the Kazan Federal University and JINR scientists took part.

On 24 March, a big event for school and university students and graduates took place in the Cultural Centre “Oktyabr” in Dubna. For the third time, the Forum #ProfessionsoftheFuture gathered experts in various professions to speak about the skills and competencies that will be relevant in the near future. The event was marked by traditional participation of JINR.

On 30 March 2019, students of the Physics and Mathematics Open Classroom of the JINR University Centre visited the Head Office of Yandex in Moscow.

On 25 March, 2019, a group of high-school students from Lyceum No. 1 of the Krasnoarmeysky district of Volgograd arrived at JINR. The visit programme included a tour of the Institute Part of the city, an excursion to the Laboratory of Nuclear Problems, the Laboratory of Information Technology, and the Museum of the History of Science and Technology of JINR.

On 21 March, 2019, the final-year students of the French Lyceum “A. Dumas” (Moscow) accompanied by their teachers and science cooperation officers of the French Embassy in Moscow visited the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research.