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Committee for collaboration of Czech Republic

with Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna Login
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STUDENT PROGRAMME
The agreement between plenipotentiary of CR and director of JINR has been signed in 2010 (see Documents). The agreement allows to send up to 15 PhD. and diploma students into JINR. The study programme is organized by czech universities. The purpose of the student stay is to participate on interesting research for thesis. The stay is limited for 3 years (Ph.D. students) and 2 years (diploma students). Students are supported by special salary and by additional grant (12000 USD/year) to support their research activities in JINR (including participation in conferences). The results of students are regularly checked by the Committee. More detailed information can be obtained from secretariat of the Committee.
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HOW TO GET THERE
Tram 3, 10, 24 - Bulovka stop
Bus 201 - Vychovatelna stop
Bus 166 - Nemocnice Bulovka gynekologie stop

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Lednický Richard promovaný fyzik DrSc. dr. h. c.
Janout Zdeněk prof. Ing. CSc.
Jakůbek Martin Ing.
Šretrová Pavla Mgr.
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The XXI International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists (AYSS-2017)
21st International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists of JINR (AYSS-2017) was held from 2 October to 6 October 2017 at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research Dubna. Active role in organisation of conference played from Czech Republ
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Theoretical models of radiation damage on molecular level
Project is devoted to theoretical models of radiation damage on molecular level.
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High p(T) direct photon and pi(0) triggered azimuthal jet correlations and measurement of k(T) for isolated direct photons in p plus p collisions at root s=200 GeV
Correlations of charged hadrons of 1< p(T) < 10 Gev/c with high pT direct photons and pi(0) mesons in the range 5< p(T) < 15 Gev/c are used to study jet fragmentation in the gamma + jet and dijet channels, respectively. The magnitude of the partonic trans