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PROVISION OF COOPERATION BETWEEN CZECH INSTITUTIONS AND JINR
Provision of the contacts with JINR is organized by secretariat of the Committee. The great advantage of contact with JINR is precisely tuned mechanism of cooperation and full membership of the Czech Republic. Approval of czech scientists interested to long-term stay in JINR is performed by the MEYS. There are different types of working stays, from short (up to 3 months) to long-term (from 3 months - several years). Due to the difference in incomes between the Russian Federation and Czech Republic our scientists receive special compensation, depending on the achievement of scientific and educational level.
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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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Suchopár Martin Ing. Ph.D.
Slunečka Miloš Ing.
Kohout Pavel Mgr., Ph.D.
Lokajíček Tomáš Ing. CSc.
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Seminar meeting: Czechoslovak nuclear and particle physics: between JINR and CERN
Seminar meeting: Czechoslovak nuclear and particle physics: between JINR and CERN, or looking back at the beginnings of the Czech and Slovak collaboration with the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna and European Organisation for Nuclear Research
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Forms of planned visits in JINR and Czech Republic
Formulář tříměsíčních a dlouhodobých pobytů v SÚJV 2019 (форма ОК)
Documents of MF CR about JINR
Founding Treaty of the JINR Dubna (1956)
Documents for student`s programme
Agreement - JINR students in CR (2016)
Grants, Projects
Výzva Granty 2016
Presentation
Book F. Lehar, E.A. Strokovsky, C. Lehar
Others
L. N. Sedlakova - CV
CR Days in JINR - Companies
CR Days in JINR 2016
CR Days in JINR - photo 2
Heavy Machinery 2018
Photo 2
Velvyslanec v SÚJV 2018
Photo 1
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The GRID infrastructure for the physics experiments
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Observation of the antimatter helium-4 nucleus
High-energy nuclear collisions create an energy density similar to that of the Universe microseconds after the Big Bang(1); in both cases, matter and antimatter are formed with comparable abundance. However, the relatively short-lived expansion in nuclear