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FLNR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL COUNCIL MEETINGS AND SCIENTIFIC SEMINARS


May 2018



24.05.2018 - FLNR CAP Scientific Seminar "Mechanical stresses in Al2O3:Cr monocrystals irradiated with high-energy xenon ions", 15-20, Flerov Lab Conference Hall.

Speaker: Komarova D.A., ESNT NRTPU. (On Master thesis)



24.05.2018 - FLNR CAP Scientific Seminar "Formation of hydrophobic and superhydrophobic coats on track membrane surfaces by methods of HF-magnetron sputtering and electron beam dispersion of polymer in vacuum.", 15-00, Flerov Lab Conference Hall.

Speaker: Kravets L.I.



21.05.2018 - FLNR Scientific Seminar "Electron and positron scattering in Coulomb field", 15-30, Flerov Lab Conference Hall.

Speaker: V.P.Neznamov, RFNC ARSRIEP (Sarov, Russia)



18.05.2018 - FLNR Scientific Seminar "Applications and societal benefits of nuclear physics", 11-00, Flerov Lab Conference Hall.

Speaker: Sylvie Leray, CEA Saclay, IRFU, France

The Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee (NuPECC) has recently published its Long Range Plan 2017, for which a review of the applications and societal benefits derived from basic Nuclear Physics Research in Europe has been done. I will present the different domains of applications, such as nuclear energy, health, security, space, environment and materials science, with a focus on recent achievements.



11.05.2018 - FLNP Scientific Seminar "Neutrons in exotic nuclei", 11-00, FLNP Conference Hall (second floor).

Speaker: Yu.E.Penionzhkevich, (FLNR JINR)

The problems related to the effect of neutron clusters on the structure of neutron-rich nuclei near neutron stability boundaries are discussed. The results of measurements of delayed neutrons emitted after the beta-decay of exotic nuclei and the manifestation of various resonances in nuclei as a result of this process are presented. Dynamic neutron shell effects in the interaction of neutron-rich nuclei with target nuclei in various energy regions (from subbarrier to 50 AMeV) are described. The prospects of research on neutron-rich nuclei beams of radioactive-beam factories, including those of the DRIBs accelerator complex, are discussed.




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