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TOPICAL PLAN
FOR JINR RESEARCH
AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
IN 20072009

 

Dubna 2006


  01 02 03 04 05

Theoretical Physics


01-3-1028-99/2008 Fields and Particles D.I. Kazakov
O.V. Teryaev
01-3-1029-99/2008 Nuclear Theory V.V. Voronov
01-3-1030-99/2008 Theory of Condensed Matter V.B. Priezzhev
N.M. Plakida
01-3-1047-2003/2007 Modern Mathematical Physics A.S. Sorin
A.P. Isaev
A.T. Filippov
01-3-1053-2003/2007 Dubna International Advanced School of Theoretical Physics
(DIAS-TH)
A.S. Sorin
V.V. Voronov

  01 03 04 05

Elementary Particle Physics and Relativistic Nuclear Physics


02-0-1062-2006/2008 Study of e+e- Interactions, Linear Collider Physics and Detector A.G. Olshevski
02-2-1042-2002/2009 Study of Rare Processes A.S. Kurilin
02-2-1043-2002/2008 Lifetime measurement of pi +pi - and pi ± K mpatoms
to test low-energy QCD predictions
L.G. Afanasyev
L.L. Nemenov
02-0-1007-94/2008 ATLAS   
General-purpose pp Experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider
N.A. Russakovich
02-0-1022-97/2008 JINR's Participation in the Physics Research Programme
at the Upgraded Fermilab Tevatron ((Projects D\O, CDF)
G.D. Alexeev
V.V. Glagolev
J.A Budagov
02-2-1055-2004/2009 Study of Neutrino Oscillations and Determination of Oscillation Parameters Yu.A. Gornushkin
G.A. Chelkov
02-0-1059-2004/2007 Investigations at the GSI Accelerator Complex A.N. Sissakian
02-0-1067-2007/2009 International Linear Collider: Accelerator Physics and Engineering A.N. Sissakian
G.D. Shirkov
02-7-1016-96/2009 Charmed and Strange Quarks in Hadronic Reactions (OSCAR) V.D. Kekelidze
02-0-1006-94/2008 CMS - Compact Muon Solenoid A.V. Zarubin
I.A. Golutvin
02-7-0003-2003/2007 The LHC Transverse Damping System
(JINR's participation in the "LHCDamper")
V.M. Zhabitsky
02-0-1025-98/2008 Study of the Hadron Structure in the Experiments with the COMPASS
(NA58) and HERMES (DESY) Spectrometers
A.P. Nagatsev
I.A. Savin
02-7-1044-2002/2007 Search for Effects of Polarized Hidden Strangeness in Nucleons
(Project NIS)
E.A. Strokovsky
A.G. Litvinenko
02-0-1065-2007/2009 Development of the JINR Basic Facility for Generation of Intense Heavy Ion and Polarized Nuclear Beams Aimed at Searching for the Mixed Phase of Nuclear Matter and Investigation of Polarization Phenomena at the Collision Energies up to √sNN = 9 GeV A.N. Sissakian
A.S. Sorin
A.D. Kovalenko
02-0-0941-91/2009 Search for Non-Nucleon Degrees of Freedom and Spin
Effects in Few-Nucleon Systems
N.M. Piskunov
G. Martinska
02-1-0983-92/2007 Study of Multiple Production in 4pi  - geometry. Experiments at the Nuclotron A.I. Malakhov
02-1-1020-95/2008 High-Acceptance Toroidal Spectrometer HADES
R&D of New Particle Detectors
A.I. Malakhov
02-0-1066-2007/2009 Investigation of the Properties of Nuclear Matter and Particle Structure
at the Collider of Relativistic Nuclei and Polarized Protons
(Project STAR at RHIC)
R. Lednicki
Yu.A. Panebratsev
02-1-0001-2000/2008 ALICE: A Large Ion Collider Experiment at CERN's LHC A.S. Vodopianov
02-1-1010-95/2009 Investigation of Relativistic Multiparticle Interactions A.A. Baldin
02-0-1061-2006/2007 Development of Radiotherapy Methods with a Proton
and Heavy Ion Beams of the Nuclotron of JINR
N.N. Agapov
E.A. Krasavin
G.V Mytsin
J. Ruzicka

  01 02 04 05

Nuclear Physics

03-0-0002-2000/2009 Development and Construction of an Accelerator Complex
for Producing Radioactive Ion Beams (Project DRIBS)
G.G. Gulbekyan
Yu.Ts. Oganessian
03-5-1004-94/2009 Synthesis of New Nuclei and Study of Nuclear Properties
and Heavy-Ion Reaction Mechanisms
M.G. Itkis
Yu.Ts. Oganessian
03-5-1014-96/2009 Development of the FLNR Cyclotron Complex for Producing Intense Beams
of Accelerated Ions of Stable and Radioactive Isotopes
G.G. Gulbekyan
03-2-1039-2001/2009 Investigation of Fundamental Interactions in Nuclei at Low Energies V.B. Brudanin
A. Kovalik
03-2-1040-2001/2009 Nucleus and Particle Interactions at Intermediate Energies D.A. Mzhavia
03-2-1038-2001/2009 Improvement and Development of the JINR Phasotron for
Fundamental and Applied Research
M.Yu. Kazarinov
G.A. Karamysheva
L.M. Onischenko
03-4-0993-94/2007 Construction of the IREN Facility (Project IREN) V.N. Shvetsov
V.G. Pyataev
03-4-1036-2001/2007 Nuclear Physics with Neutrons  Fundamental and Applied Investigations V.N. Shvetsov
Yu.N. Kopatch

  01 02 03 05

Condensed Matter Physics, Radiation and Radiobiological Research


04-4-1031-99/2008 Neutron Investigations of the Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter V.L. Aksenov
A.M. Balagurov
04-4-0851-87/2007 Upgrade of the IBR-2 Complex A.V. Vinogradov
04-4-1052-2004/2008 Development and Creation of Elements of Neutron Spectrometers
for Condensed Matter Investigations
A.V. Belushkin
V.I. Prikhodko
04-5-1013-96/2008 Radiation Effects and Modification of Materials, Radioanalytical
and Radioisotopic Investigations at the FLNR Accelerators
S.N. Dmitriev
P.Yu. Apel
04-9-1015-96/2008 Radiation and Radiobiological Investigations at the JINR Basic Facilities
and in the Environment
E.A. Krasavin
G.N. Timoshenko

  01 02 03 04

Networking, Computing, Computational Physics


05-6-1048-2003/2007 Information, Computer and Network Support of JINRs Activity V.V. Ivanov
V.V. Korenkov
P.V. Zrelov
05-6-1060-2003/2007 Mathematical Support of Experimental
and Theoretical Studies Conducted by JINR
V.V. Ivanov
Gh. Adam
P.V. Zrelov

 

 

 

Prepared by

N.A. Boklagova
L.K. Ivanova

WWW-version of the JINR Topical Plan In 20072009
has been prepared at LIT

JOINT INSTITUTE FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH
Dubna 2006

 


  01 02 03 04 05
Theoretical Physics

 

01-3-1028-99/2008     Fields and Particles
 
Leaders:         D.I. Kazakov
O.V. Teryaev

Further development of the quantum field theory approach in the framework of the Standard Model of fundamental interactions and its extensions. Detailed investigation of astrophysical constraints for new physics. Elaboration of multiloop calculations in QCD, Electroweak theory and Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model. Theoretical predictions concerning the experimental observation of supersymmetry, the Higgs boson, investigation of the spin structure of the nucleon, T-odd spin effects, jet handedness, heavy flavor physics, vacuum structure in QCD, and hadron properties in dense and hot media. Elaboration of new phenomenological models to describe the hadron dynamics in the framework of general principles of quantum field theory incorporating basic experimental patterns. Theoretical support of current and future experiments at JINR, IHEP, CERN, GSI, DESY, and other physics centers.

01-3-1029-99/2008     Nuclear Theory
 
Leader:         V.V. Voronov

The main goals are to investigate properties of atomic nuclei at the limits of their stability and development of new theoretical methods to predict their properties; to study dynamics of nuclear reactions and mechanisms of production of exotic nuclides; to investigate fundamental characteristics of exotic few-body nuclear, atomic and molecular systems; to study the behaviour of nuclear matter and its phase transitions at high temperature and density; further development of relativistic nuclear physics methods and application them to analyze subnuclear and spin effects in few-nucleon systems. Theoretical support of current and future experiments at JINR and GSI.

01-3-1030-99/2008     Theory of Condensed Matter
 
Leader:         V.B. Priezzhev
Scientific leader:   N.M. Plakida

Multiparticle models of solids taking into consideration strong electron correlations, electron-lattice, and spin interactions to describe spectra of quasiparticle excitations, phase transitions and kinetic phenomena in solids. The main subjects of the study are integrable systems, equilibrium systems of the statistical mechanics, and dissipative systems far from the thermodynamic equilibrium. The aim of these investigations is to reveal common properties of the multiparticle systems associated with the ideas of self-similarity and universality. The electronic spectrum of carbon materials, fullerenes and nanotubes, will be examined within the field-theory model adapted to account for nontrivial geometry of these nanostructures. Theoretical support of experimental investigations of condensed matter at the JINR.

01-3-1047-2003/2007     Modern Mathematical Physics
 
Leaders:         A.S. Sorin
A.P. Isaev
Scientific leader:   A.T. Filippov

Superstring Theory is the most serious and worldwide pursued candidate for a unified theory of all fundamental interactions including Quantum Gravity and thus it is the principal source of the problems which are the subject of modern mathematical physics. The development of the theory involves the study of its surprisingly wide spectrum of possible regimes, vacua and exact classical and quantum solutions. Furthermore, the theory has applications in many directions including the nonperturbative regime of supersymmetric gauge theories, the mechanics and thermodynamics of black holes and cosmological models of the universe expansion. These are unique laboratories to check general ideas from unified theories. In particular, in order to accommodate and develop the new ideas in these sectors inspired by String Theory, it is crucial to use the powerful mathematical methods provided by the theory of Integrable Systems, Quantum Groups and Non-Commutative Geometry. The goals of the present new theme precisely belong to the bridging between these fields and further development of suitable schemes to be applied in this context.

01-3-1053-2004/2008     Dubna International Advanced School of Theoretical Physics (DIAS-TH)
 
Leaders:         A.S. Sorin
V.V. Voronov

DIAS-TH organizes and supervises all educational programs for students, postgraduates, and young scientists at BLTP. It should function continuously and the standard short schools (about 3-4 a year) should be organized coherently. Support of the JINR experimental programs by organizing lecture courses and review lectures on new trends in modern physics. Other educational programs in Dubna such as the JINR University Center may also correlate with DIAS-TH (common programs on modern theoretical physics, workshops for students and young scientists, etc.).

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  01 02 03 04 05

 

 

 

 

Elementary Particle Physics
and Relativistic Nuclear Physics

 

 

 

02-0-1062-2006/2008

 

 

Study of e+e- Interactions, Linear Collider Physics and Detector
Leader: A.G. Olshevski

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS; Shumen, Univ.), CERN (Geneva), Czech Republic (Prague, CU), France (Paris, Univ. VI, PCC-CF; Strasbourg, IReS), Georgia (Tbilisi, IP GAS), Germany (Hamburg, DESY; Zeuthen, DESY; Munich, MPI-P), Japan (Tsukuba, KEK), Italy (Turin, Univ.), Poland (Cracow, JU), Russia (Moscow, ITEP; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS; St. Petersburg, PNPI RAS; Troitsk, INR RAS), Switzerland (Villigen, PSI), Ukraine (Kharkov, ISC NASU), United Kingdom (Oxford, Univ.), USA (Gainesville, UF).

      

Physics of e+e- interactions. Test of the Standard Model (SM) and search for effects beyond SM. Optimization of existing detectors and construction of new detectors for investigation of e+e- interactions. Development of physical program for LC, performing of calculations, creation of algorithms and codes, data development.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. LNP
105.5
105.5
105.5
1.1 SANC project accurate calculations of complex processes
20.0
   
  Simulations and application the SANC to physical data analysis  
20.0
 
  Development of SANC theoretical basis for further SM verification    
20.0
1.2 Development of technique for beam energy determination
20.0
   
  Construction of pilot items of detector and participation in their testing  
31.0
31.0
1.3 Calorimetry including near-beam measurements. Search for and testing of new materials
14.5
   
  Pilot detector construction and testing. Optimization of the detector
10.0
24.5
24.5
1.4 Development of technology of production and test of new photo-detectors.
21.0
   
  Parameter optimization and presentation of fields of applications  
10.0
10.0
1.5 Simulation study of possible techniques for physical analysis aimed at verification of SM and searching for phenomena beyond SM
10.0
10.0
10.0

Data analysis from +- interactions at LEP and BEPC
10.0
10.0
10.0
2. VBLHE
1.5
10.0
10.0
  Development of read-out electronics for hadronic calorimetry
1.5
5.0
 
  Preparation of the equipment and test runs with detectors  
5.0
10.0
3. LPP
3.0
5.0
3.0
  Simulation of ILC detector. Development of simulation and forward track reconstruction tools
3.0
3.0
 
  Optimization of structure for inner silicon detector  
2.0
3.0
Total :
110.0
120.5
118.5
Total in 2007  2009:
349.0

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02-2-1042-2002/2009

 

Study of Rare Processes

Leader: A.S. Kurilin

Belarus (Gomel, GSU; Minsk, NC PHEP BSU), Czech Republic (Prague, CU), France (Saclay, SPhN CEA DAPNIA), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU), Germany (Mainz, JGU), Japan (Ibaraki, Ibaraki Univ.; Kyoto, Kyoto Univ.; Osaka, Osaka Univ., RCNP, Saga, Saga Univ.; Tsukuba, KEK; Yamagata, Yamagata Univ.), JINR (Dubna, BLTP, LPP, LIT), Poland (Cracow, JU), Republic of Korea (Pusan, PNU), Russia (Moscow, NIKIET, GPI RAS, VNIIHT, NIKIET, SINP MSU; Protvino, IHEP; Troitsk, INR RAS), Slovak Republic (Kosice, IEP SAS), Ukraine (Kharkov, KFTI NASU), USA (Chicago, UChicago; Tempe, ASU), Taiwan (Taipei, NTU).

      Test of Standard Model predictions. Investigation of rare decays of K-mesons. Measurement of the branching ratio for the decay K 0L pi 0 nu with direct CP-parity violation in experiment E391a at KEK. Search for the K 0L pi 0 pi 0+ decay.
A study of polarization-dependent reaction with participation of nucleon and nuclei constitutes. The indispensable part of this program is the double polarization experiments using polarized beam and target techniques.
Study of 3N interactions with a polarized neutron beam and a polarized deuteron target at an energy about 16 MeV. Measurement of L and T in the nd-scattering.
Experimental verification of the Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn (GDH) sum rule. Measurement of spin-dependent asymmetry p - a using the new polarized deuteron target and Crystal Ball detector at polarized photon energies up to 1.5 GeV.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Data analysis of 1st and 2nd runs
19.0
   
  Data analysis of 2nd and 3rd runs  
19.0
 
  Final data analysis to obtain the final physical result    
19.0
  R&D and creation of the beam of the long-living neutral Kaons
14.0
14.0
19.0
  Creation of pilot apparatus
5.0
5.0
15.0
2. Measurements of nd-scattering
5.0
5.0
 
3. Performing experiments with polarized target at Mainz
10.0
10.0
 
Total :
53.0
53.0
53.0
Total in 2007  2009:
159.0

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02-2-1043-2002/2008

Lifetime measurement of pi +pi - and pi ± K mp atoms
to test low-energy QCD predictions

Leader: L.G. Afanasyev
Scientific leader: L.L. Nemenov

CERN (Geneva), Czech Republic (Prague, CTU, IP ASCR), Italy (Frascatti, INFN LNF; Messina, Univ.; Trieste, INFN), Japan (Kyoto, KSU; Fukuoka, Kyushu Univ.; Tsukuba, KEK; Tokyo, TMU), Romania (Bucharest, IAP), Russia (Moscow, SINP MSU; Protvino, IHEP), Spain (Santiago de Compostela, USC), Switzerland (Bern, Univ.; Basel, Uni Basel; Zurich, Univ.).

      The experiment aims to measure simultaneously the lifetime of pi +pi - atoms (A2pi ), to observe pi ± K mp atoms (ApiK) and to measure their lifetime using the 24 GeV proton beam of PS CERN. The precise measurement of these quantities will enable us to determine the combination of s-wave pion-pion |a0 - a2| and pion-kaon |a1/2 -a3/2| scattering lengths (with isospin 0, 2 and 1/2, 3/2, respectively) in a model-independent way. The precision of A2pi lifetime measurement will be better than 6% and the difference |a0 - a2| will be determined within 3% or better. The accuracy of ApiK lifetime measurement will be at the level of 20% and the difference |a1/2 -a3/2| will be determined at the level of 10%. Low energy QCD predicts these values with accuracy about 2% for the pipi scattering lengths and about 10% for the piK scattering lengths. These results have been obtained assuming a strong condensation of quark-antiquark pairs in vacuum. The pion-pion and pion-kaon scattering lengths have never been verified with experimental data with the same level of precision. For this reason the proposed measurements will be a crucial check of the low-energy QCD predictions and our understanding of the nature of the QCD vacuum

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Data taking runs at PS CERN
48.0
48.0
48.0
1.1 for observation of ApiK      
1.2 for the lifetime measurement of ApiK      
1.3 for improvement of the accuracy in the A2pi lifetime measurement      
2. Data processing and analysis:
10.0
10.0
10.0
2.1 for publication of the A2pi lifetime with the statistical accuracy of 10% based on the data collected in 20002003.      
2.2 for the observation of ApiK      
  for the ApiK lifetime measurement with accuracy of 20%      
  for the A2pi lifetime measurement with accuracy of 6%      
Total :
58.0
58.0
58.0
Total in 2007  2009:
174.0

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02-0-1007-94/2008

ATLAS
General-purpose pp Experiment at CERN's
Large Hadron Collider

Leader: N.A. Russakovich

 

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Azerbaijan (Baku, IP ANAS), Belarus (Minsk, IP NASB, BSU, NC PHEP BSU, ISSP NASB, INP BSU; Gomel, GSTU), Canada (Vancouver, TRIUMF, Montreal, UdeM), CERN (Geneva), Czech Republic (Prague, CU), France (Clermont-Ferrand, LPC-CF; Orsay, LAL), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU), Germany (Munich, MPI-P), Greece (Athens, Univ.), Israel (Rehovot, WIS), Italy (Pisa, Univ.), Netherlands (Amsterdam, NIKHEF), Russia (Moscow, LPI RAS, MEPhI, ITEP, CC RAS, MSU; Protvino, IHEP), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CU, IP SAS), Spain (Barcelona, IFAE), USA (Argonne, ANL), Uzbekistan (Samarkand, SSU).

      ATLAS is a particle physics experiment that will explore the fundamental nature of matter and the basic forces in our universe. The ATLAS detector will allow one to reveal the mysterious problems of modern particle physics (Higgs mechanism, CP-violation, Dark matter, etc) and to search for new discoveries in collisions of protons of extraordinarily high energy of LHC. JINR participation in the construction of the ATLAS detector and development of the ATLAS physical program is aimed at successful solutions of the above-mentioned problems.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts
2007
2008
2009
1. Completion of production of outer muon chamber supporting constructions.
60.0
   
2. Commissioning of detector in the pit.
100.0
   
3. Creation of software:
44.0
25.0
 
3.1 Calibration of calorimetry systems. Creation of calibration data bases.
25.0
25.0
 
3.2 Creation at JINR of prototype system for remote data quality control.
19.0
   
4. Physical investigations:
30.0
50.0
70.0
4.1 Investigation of top quark properties and the Standard Model physics.
10.0
20.0
 
4.2 Study of Drell-Yan processes and physics beyond the Standard Model.
10.0
10.0
15.0
4.3 Search for and study of Higgs bosons.  
10.0
30.0
4.4 Search for and study of SUSY.
10.0
10.0
25.0
5. Support of the detector operation during preparation and the data taking periods, including contribution into M&O
150.0
300.0
370.0
6. Creation and support (at JINR) of the data developing node on the basis of Tier-2, with including in it of remote node for data quality monitoring
20.0
80.0
120.0
7. Preparation for the ATLAS setup upgrade for higher LHC luminosity
10.0
20.0
30.0
Total :
414.0
475.0
590.0
Total in 2007  2009:
1479.0

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02-0-1022-97/2008

JINR's Participation in the Physics Research Programme
at the Upgraded Fermilab Tevatron
(Projects D\O, CDF)

Leaders: G.D Alexeev
V.V. Glagolev
Scientific leader: J.A. Budagov

Belarus (Minsk, ISEU, NC PHEP BSU), Italy (Pisa, Univ., INFN, Udine, Univ.), Greece (Athens, Univ.), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, IP SAS, CU), USA (Argonne, IL, ANL; Batavia, IL, Fermilab; Boston, MA, NU; Gainesville, FL, UF; Madison, WI, UW-Madison; New York, NY, SUNY; Stanford, CA, SLAC; Urbana, IL, UIUC), Ukraine (Kharkov, ISC NASU), Uzbekistan (Samarkand, SSU).

      The CDF II upgrade for high luminosity running to study collisions at 2 TeV FNAL TEVATRON. R&D, production, commissioning and running of the enlarged acceptance central muon scintillation counter trigger, preshower, time-of-flight and new Si-strip detector based triggers. Data collection, processing; physics analysis.
       Maintenance and upgrade of the DØ experiment muon system at the level adequate to the luminosity ~1032 sm-2 s-1. Development of the software for the apparatus. Participation in data acquisition and its analysis, creation and development of the physics analysis programs. Obtaining the results on basic activities of the JINR group in the DØ experiment: measuring of the proton structure functions (QCD physics), search for cascade b-hyperons, measuring of their masses and lifetimes (b physics).

Schedule and cost estimation of the project

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Production, commissioning and running of the enlarged acceptance central muon scintillation counter trigger for c,b,t - study. Maintenance of the CDF muon trigger detectors. Development and maintenance SLOW CONTROL system for these detectors.
12.0
12.0
12.0
2. Participation in CDF data taking. Provide of the effective work for JINR created hard and software.
12.0
12.0
12.0
3. Data analysis, participation in conferences and workshops      
3.1 Top quark mass measurement in l+jets and dilepton modes at ≥ 1 fb -1 integrated luminosity, search for "tt" resonances.
12.0
12.0
12.0
3.2 Very High Multiplicity studies.      
Total CDF:
36.0
36.0
36.0
1. Physics research:      
1.1 QCD physics measurement of structure functions.
18.0
18.0
18.0
  The result to be gained with the 1 inverse fb statistics.      
  The result to be gained with the 3 inverse fb statistics.      
1.2 B physics searching and studying of the cascade b-hyperons
18.0
18.0
18.0
Total D0:
36.0
36.0
36.0
Total in 2007  2009:
216.0

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02-2-1055-2004/2009

 

Study of Neutrino Oscillations and Determination
of Oscillation Parameters

Leader: Yu.A. Gornushkin
Deputy: G.A. Chelkov

Belgium (Brussels, ULB, VUB; Leuven, K.U.Leuven), CERN (Geneva), Bulgaria (Sofia, SU), Croatia (Zagreb, RBI), France (Annecy-le-Vieux, LAPP; Lyon IPN Lyon; Orsay, LAL; Paris, Univ. VI; Strasbourg, IReS), Germany (Dortmund, Univ.), Japan (Nagoya, Nagoya Univ.), Italy (Bari, Univ.; INFN; Naples, INFN; Legnaro, INFN LNL, Milan, Unimi, INFN; Padua, Univ.; Rome, INFN; Trieste, Univ., INFN), Russia (Moscow, ITEP: Obninsk, IPPE; Protvino, IHEP; Troitsk, INR RAS), Switzerland (Bern, Univ.; Neuchatel, UniNe; Geneva, UniGe), Ukraine (Kharkov, ISC NASU).

      Long base-line neutrino oscillations search and study of oscillation parameters with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam (CERN-Gran Sasso). Accomplishment of data analysis of previous neutrino experiments. Preparation of new neutrino oscillation studies

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Direct experimental confirmation of the mechanism responsible for oscillation observed in atmospheric neutrinos, measurement of oscillation parameters      
1.1 Participation in OPERA experiment on direct registration of tau-neutrinos at the CNGS neutrino beam
70.0
70.0
70.0
  Creation of the emulsion scanning station, beginning of the experiment      
  Data analysis, development of programmes and algorithms      
1.2 Accomplishment of the data analysis of the previous experiments
20.0
20.0
20.0
1.3 Preparation of the new neutrino oscillation experiments and R&D on new detectors
20.0
20.0
20.0
  Equipment and material purchase, detector tests      
Total :
110.0
110.0
110.0
Total in 2007  2009:
330.0

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02-0-1059-2004/2007

Investigations at the GSI Accelerator Complex

Leader: A.N. Sissakian
Deputies: A.G. Olshevski
A.I. Malakhov
V.V. Ivanov

Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS, TU-Sofia, ISSP BAS), Czech Republic (Prague, VP, IMMC ASCR; Rez, NRI), Georgia (Tbilisi, TSU), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI; Erlangen, FAU; Frankfurt/Main, GU; Giessen, JLU), Heidelberg, Univ., KIP; Julich, IKP FZJ; Munich, TUM; Rossendorf, FZR), Italy (Ferrara, INFN; Frascatti, INFN LNF, Turin), Russia (Moscow, ITEP, Geliymash, MEPhI, Dubna, BSINP MSU; Kazan, Kazancompressormach; Protvino, IHEP; Troitsk, INR RAS), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, SAS, IP SAS), Ukraine (Kiev, BITP NASU).

      Problem elaboration, methodological investigations, and subsequent preparation of proposals for participation of JINR in future physics research at the GSI accelerator complex

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Development of the GSI accelerator complex
32.0*
40.0*
40.0*
1.1 Calculations and test of materials      
1.2 Construction of the prototype magnet      
2. CBM experiment
65.0*
75.0*
75.0*
2.1 R&D for detector element      
2.2 Construction of the prototypes of chosen versions      
3. PANDA experiment
88.0*
97.0*
100.0*
3.1 R&D for detector element      
3.2 Construction of the prototypes of chosen versions      
4. PAX experiment, submission of the project
32.0*
   
Total :
217.0*
212.0*
215.0*
Total in 2007  2009:
644.0*

*Including funding under the JINR-BMBF Agreement

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02-0-1067-2007/2009

International Linear Collider:
Accelerator Physics and Engineering
      
Leaders: A.N. Sissakian
G.D.  Shirkov
Deputies: E.M. Syresin
G.V. Trubnikov

 

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhi), Belarus (Minsk, INP BSU), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS), United Kingdom (Swansea Univ.), Germany (Bochum, RUB, Hamburg, DESY, Zeuthen, DESY, Darmstadt, GSI, Dresden, TUD, Frankfurt/Main, GU, Julich, FZJ), Greece (Athenes, SU), India (Indore, CAT), Italy (Catania, INFN LNS, Pisa, INFN, Frascatti, INFN LNF), Poland (Warsaw, IEP WU), Russia (Moscow: ITEP, MSU, RRC KI, LPI RAS; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS, Sarov, VNIIEF, Nizhny Novgorod, IAP RAS, Troitsk, INR RAS), USA (Upton, BNL), CERN (Geneva), Japan (Chiba, NIRS, Kyoto, Kyoto Univ., Tsukuba, KEK)

      R&D works in particle accelerator physics and engineering, construction of the free electron laser and research facilities of submillimeter range with the aim to prepare proposals for the project of JINR participation in international collaboration on construction of the International Linear Collider (ILC).

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1.  Development of metrological laser complex
15.0*
30.0*
30.0*
2.  Calculation of electrical and magnetic fields in accelerating elements, systems of transportation and of e-/e+ beams formation
13.0*
13.0*
13.0*
3.  Preparation of reasonable proposals of the ILC location in the area of Dubna.
10.0+
10.0*
10.0+
80.0*
10.0+
70.0*
4.  Calculation of parameters of electromagnetic elements of the ILC damping rings and construction of prototypes
10.0*
26.0*
55.0*
5.  Elaboration of the photoinjector prototype
23.0+
139.0*
28.0+
299.0*
28.0+
329.0*
6.  Elaboration of the LINAC-800 based test-bench with e- beam
60.0*
300.0*
327.0*
7.  Participation in development and design of cryogenic modules of the 4th generation. Preparation of technical documentation for cryogenic production basis
105.0*
271.0*
317.0*
8.  Theoretical and experimental investigation of the methods of ion beam generation
10.0
10.0
10.0
9.  Development of the cooling methods for charged particle beams
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.  Completion of the LEPTA construction
5.0
5.0
5.0
11.  Project FLASH
73.0**
73.0**
73.0**
12.  Project CLIC
14.0
21.0
21.0
Total budgetary resources:

Total non - budgetary resources:
145.0**
157.0**
157.0**
352.0
1019.0
1141.0
Total :
497.0
1176.0
1298.0
Total in 2007  2009:
2971.0 (240.0+2512.0*+219.0**)
*Non - budgetary resources
**
Including funding under the JINR-BMBF Agreement

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02-7-1016-96/2009

Charmed and Strange Quarks in Hadronic Reactions
(OSCAR)
Leader: V.D. Kekelidze
Deputy: Yu.K. Potrebenikov

Austria (Vienna, HEPHY), Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU), Bulgaria (Sofia, SU, INRNE BAS; Plovdiv, PU), CERN (Geneva), France (Saclay, SPhN CEA DAPNIA), Georgia (Tbilisi, IP GAS), Germany (Mainz, JGU; Siegen, Univ; Hamburg, DESY), Italy (Florence, INFN; Ferrara, INFN; Perugia, INFN; Pisa, INFN; Turin, INFN), JINR (Dubna, LIT), Kazakhstan (Almaty, PTI MS-NAS RK), Poland (Warsaw, SINS), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH), Russia (Protvino, IHEP; Troitsk, INR RAS), United Kingdom (Cambridge, Univ.; Edinburgh, Univ.), USA (Chicago, UChicago; Evanston, NU).

      Completion of the NA48 and OKAPI (NA48/3) projects will allow making a significant advance in the understanding of the problem of the CP violation, and defining more accurately many parameters of rare decays of neutral and charged kaons and hyperons. In the framework of the H1 project, the processes of deep inelastic ep-scattering will be studied in a wide kinematical range of the squared momentum transfer Q2 and the Bjorken variable x, which will allow testing the Standard Model predictions in electroweak and QCD sectors.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. NA48
65.0
55.0
30.0
1.1 Obtaining the final results of the measurement of the charge asymmetry in charged kaon decays into three pions. Finalization and presentation of the obtained results      
1.2 Precise measurement of the matrix elements of the three-pion decays of the charged kaons. Finalization and presentation of the obtained results      
1.3 Study of the final state pion rescattering effects in kaon decays. Finalization and presentation of the obtained results      
1.4 Study of rare kaon decays, and search for new kaon decays. Finalization and presentation of the obtained results      
1.5 Precision measurement of form factors and partial widths of the K± pi± e+e- and K± pi± µ+µ- . Finalization and presentation of the obtained results      
1.6 Software support and experimental data processing: reprocessing and filtering of the data, carrying out simulations to solve the above problems      
2. OKAPI (NA48/3)
40.0
55.0
80.0
2.1 Design and creation of a straw detector prototype, its tests with cosmic rays and with a beam of charged particles      
2.2 Design and building of the mechanical constructions of the detector, manufacturing of the straw tubes      
2.3 Mass production of the detector modules, its delivery to CERN and assembling in the framework of the experimental setup      
3. H1
10.0
20.0
20.0
3.1 Modernization and maintenance of the FPS spectrometer, BPC and PLUG calorimeter      
3.2 Study of characteristics of deep inelastic scattering with the data accumulated in the H1 experiment using the FPS spectrometer, BPC and PLUG calorimeter      
Total :
115.0
130.0
130.0
Total in 2007  2009:
375.0
*) the works that can be fully accomplished with sufficient off-budget funding and marked with italic.

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02-0-1006-94/2008

CMS - Compact Muon Solenoid

Leader: A.V. Zarubin
Scientific leader: I.A. Golutvin

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Austria (Vienna, HEPHY), Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU, BSU, INP BSU, RIAPP BSU, JIPNR-Sosny NASB; Gomel, GSU, GSTU), Belgium (Louvain-la-Neuve, UCL; Mons, UMH; Brussels, ULB, VUB; Antwerp, UA), Bulgaria (Sofia, SU, INRNE BAS), CERN (Geneva), China (Hefei, USTC; Beijing, IHEP CAS, PKU), Croatia (Split, TUS, Univ.), Cyprus (Nicosia, UCY), Estonia (Tallinn, NICPB), Finland (Helsinki, UH, HUT, HIP; Jyvaskyla, UJ; Tampere, TUT; Oulu, UO), France (Annecy-le-Vieux, LAPP; Saclay, SPhN CEA DAPNIA; Strasbourg, ULP; Lyon, IPN Lyon), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU, IP GAS), Germany (Berlin, HUB; Karlsruhe, Univ; Aachen, RWTH PI, RWTH PI A, RWTH PI B), Greece (Attikis, NCSR ``Demokritos''; Athens, Univ; Ioannina, UI), Hungary (Budapest, KFKI RMKI; Debrecen, Atomki, Univ), India (Mumbai, BARC, TIFR EHEP, TIFR HECR; Bhubaneswar, IP; Chandigarh, PU), Iran (Tehran, IPM), Italy (Bari, INFN; Bologna, INFN; Catania, INFN LNS; Florence, INFN; Genoa, INFN; Padua, INFN; Pavia, INFN; Perugia, INFN; Pisa, INFN; Rome, INFN; Turin, INFN), Pakistan (Islamabad, QAU), Poland (Warsaw, IEP WU, SINS), Republic of Korea (Kwangju, CNU; Naju, DU; Namwon, SU; Seoul, KU, Konkuk Univ, SNUE; Chongju, CBNU; Pohang, POSTECH), Russia (Moscow, ITEP, LPI RAS, SINP MSU, NIKIET; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Protvino, IHEP; Snezhinsk, VNIITF; St. Petersburg, Electron; Troitsk, NR RAS; Zhukovsky, MDB), Serbia (Belgrade, INS ``VINCA''), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, SUT), Spain (Madrid, CIEMAT, UAM; Oviedo, Uniovi; Santander, IFCA), Switzerland (Zurich, ETH, Univ; Villigen, PSI; Basel, Uni Basel}), Turkey (Adana, CU; Ancara, METU), Ukraine (Kharkov, KFTI NASU, ISC NASU, KNU), United Kingdom (London, Imperial College; Didcot, RAL; Bristol, Univ.), USA (Ames, ISU; Baltimore, JHU; Blacksburg, Virginia Tech; Boston, BU, NU; Batavia, Fermilab; Davis, UCDavis; Cambridge, MIT; Chicago, UIC; College Park, UM; Columbus, OSU; Gainesville, UF; Evanston, NU; Houston, Rice Univ. ;Iowa City, UI; Lincoln, UNL; Livermore, LLNL; Los Alamos, LANL; Los Angeles, UCLA; Lubbock, TTU; Madison, UW-Madison; Minneapolis, UofM; Notre Dame, ND; Oxford, UM; Pasadena, CALTECH; Pittsburgh, Univ; Piscataway, RutgersPrinceton, PU; Riverside, UCR; Rochester, UR; Tallahassee, FSU; Tuscaloosa, UA), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, INP UAS).

      Construction of the CMS experimental complex, development and realization of a research program at the LHC aiming for study of the phenomena within and beyond the Standard Model, including precise measurements of production of muon (and hadronic jet) pairs in the region of large invariant masses, search for signature of extra dimensions physics with gravitation at a TeV scale, extended gauge models, and other new phenomena in the channels with pairs of muons (or hadronic jets).

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
  Study of the phenomena within and beyond the Standard Model at the CMS experimental complex
320.0
325.0
310.0
1. Construction and commissioning of the CMS detectors in the LHC experimental hall      
  Conduction of a magnet test with cosmic muons, and the corresponding data processing      
  Commissioning of the setup and performing a test run      
  Data processing. Creation and updating of the detector calibration database      
2. Maintenance of efficient performance of the CMS detectors during the LHC data taking      
3. Participation in data taking shifts.      
4. Participation in development and testing of the software for distributed data processing and analysis based on the GRID technology. Providing the data transfer between CERN and JINR      
5. Development of reconstruction algorithms, processing and analysis of CMS data      
  Calibration of the hadronic calorimeter using physical processes      
  Development of the algorithms of reconstruction of high energy muons, working out the algorithms of jet reconstruction      
  Obtaining the first results of the measurement of cross sections of muon (and hadronic jet) pair production in the region of large invariant masses, angular characteristics of these processes, and forward-backward asymmetries      
  Obtaining the limits for the possibility of existence of new physics phenomena, including extra dimensions and new heavy gauge bosons      
Total :
320.0
325.0
310.0
Total in 2007  2009:
955.0

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02-7-0003-2003/2007



The LHC Transverse Damping System
(JINR's participation in the LHC Damper)

Project leader: V.M. Zhabitsky
Deputy: N.I. Lebedev

Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI), Russia (Yekaterinburg, USTU-UPI; Lesnoy, Elektrokhimpribor), CERN (Geneva).

      The LHC Transverse Damping System (ADT) is constructed in the framework of the LHC project at CERN. The system will be used for preventing transverse coupled bunch instabilities, for damping the transverse injection errors, and for excitation of transverse oscillations for beam measurements. The broadband power amplifiers and the deflectors for the LHC ADT were designed and are being constructed at the LPP (JINR) in collaboration with AB-RF (CERN). The JINR team will participate in the hardware tests and the beam commissioning of the LHC ADT as well as in the investigations of transverse beam dynamics with the aim of obtaining the ultimate beam parameters at the LHC. Results of research studies and spin-off from design work will be used for R&D studies and construction of the transverse feedback systems and the power electronics at the accelerators of the JINR and other scientific centres.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Hardware tests and beam commissioning of the LHC ADT
30.0
15.0
 
1.1 JINRs participation in the hardware tests and in the beam commissioning      
1.2 Completion of construction of the spare units      
1.3 The LHC ADT studies aimed for obtaining the design beam parameters      
2. Transverse beam dynamics in synchrotrons    
40.0
2.1 Transverse beam dynamics studies and regimes of the LHC ADT aimed for obtaining the ultimate beam parameters in the LHC      
2.2 Investigations of non-linear regimes of the transverse feedback systems      
2.3 R&D studies of the transverse feedback system at the JINRs nuclotron      
2.4 Beam dynamics and noise issues      
Total :
30.0
40.0
40.0
Total in 2007  2009:
110.0

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02-0-1025-98/2008

 

Study of the Hadron Structure in the Experiments with the COMPASS
(NA58) and HERMES (DESY) Spectrometers
Leader: A.P. Nagatsev
Scientific leader: I.A. Savin

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU), Belgium (Mons, UMH; Brussels, ULB), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS, SU), Canada (Vancouver, TRIUMF; Edmonton, U of A), CERN (Geneva), Czech Republic (Prague, CTU), Finland (Helsinki, UH), France (Saclay, SPhN CEA DAPNIA), Georgia (Tbilisi, TSU), Germany (Bielefeld, Univ.; Bochum, RUB; Bonn, UniBonn; Freiburg, Univ.; Hamburg, DESY; Heidelberg, MPI-K; Munich, LMU, TUM; Mainz, JGU; Erlangen, FAU), Israel (Tel Aviv, TAU), Italy (Turin, INFN; Trieste, INFN; Frascatti, INFN LNF), Japan (Chiba, Toho Univ.; Nagoya, Nagoya Univ.; Osaka, OCU; Sendai, Tohoku Univ.; Tsukuba, KEK; Yamagata, Yamagata Univ.), JINR (Dubna, DLNP, BLTP, LPP, LIT, CAR), Netherlands (Amsterdam (NIKHEF), Poland (Warsaw, WU), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH), Russia (Moscow, SINP MSU, LPI RAS; Protvino, HEP; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Troitsk, NR RAS), Switzerland (Zurich, Univ.), United Kingdom (Liverpool, Univ.), USA (Argonne, ANL; Cambridge, MIT; Boulder, CU; Pasadena, CALTECH).

      Studies of inclusive and semi-inclusive processes in deep inelastic scattering of muons and electrons at polarized and non-polarized targets in adjacent and partially overlapping kinematical regions are being carried out. They include a measurement of gluon polarization, estimates of quark and gluon orbital momentum contributions to the nucleon spin, a search for effects of polarization of the strange sea of nucleons and gluons in L hyperon production, a study of the Gerasimov-Drell-Hern sum rule, a measurement of structure functions and the DVCS, a study of mechanisms of exclusive production of pions and r mesons in lepton DIS, a study of Primakov reactions and diffractive processes, a study of hadron structure, and spectroscopy of light quark systems and glueballs in hadronic beams.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. COMPASS.
135.0
140.0
125.0
1.1 Preparation and carrying out the data taking runs
110.0
130.0
115.0
1.2 Participation in data processing
25.0
5.0
5.0
  Measurement of g1 structure functions with partons and deuterons. Joining the results with the ones obtained earlier      
  QCD analysis of the world data on g1, including the newly obtained data.      
  Study of effects due to quark transversal polarization. Transversity at longitudinally and transversally polarized p and d targets      
  Measurements of the gluon contribution to the nucleon spin using the channels with charmed particles and pairs of hadrons      
  Measurement of spin transfer of lambda hyperons. Joining, finalization and presentation of the results      
  Measurement of polarization of u-, d- and s-quarks. Joining, finalization and presentation of the results      
  Measurement of spin density matrix of rho mesons      
  Study of Primakov reactions      
1.3 Preparation of a new project of an experiment dedicated to study of generalized structure functions of nucleons (GPD). Simulation and design of the detectors  
5.0
5.0
2. HERMES
10.0
5.0
5.0
2.1 Maintenance of the DVC mini drift chambers
5.0
   
2.2 Measurement of polarization of u-, d- and s-quarks in NLO QCD
5.0
5.0
5.0
Total :
145.0
145.0
130.0
Total in 2007  2009:
420.0

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02-7-1044-2002/2007

 

Search for Effects of Polarized Hidden Strangeness in Nucleons
(Project NIS)

Leaders: E.A. Strokovsky
A.G. Litvinenko

Germany (Munich, LMU), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU), Poland (Cracow, JU), Ukraine (Kiev, BITP NASU).

      The main goals of the project are 1) search for manifestations of polarized hidden strangeness of nucleons in production of f and w mesons in proton-proton and neutron-proton interactions; 2) search for production of exotic pentaquark baryons, including the ones with positive strangeness, in nucleon-nucleon interactions at intermediate energies. For that reason, a multipurpose magnetic spectrometer NIS with a time-of-flight particle identification system is being constructed, which will be capable of providing an exclusive registration of high multiplicity events. It is being assembled in a beam line of the JINR Nuclotron; the beginning of the measurement is planned for 2007. Staff from several JINR laboratories, member states, and other foreign centers takes part in the project.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Commissioning and calibration of the spectrometer
27.0
   
1.1 Commissioning of the time-of-flight and trigger systems and data acquisition system, finalization of the electronic instrumentation. Production of a part of electronics for MDK-1      
1.2 Complex commissioning of the spectrometer, calibration at the Nuclotron beam in binary reactions, start of the measurement of the p(p,f pp) reaction      
2. Measurement of f meson production cross section; start of the search form 5q-baryon  
35.0
 
2.1 Commissioning of the MDK-1 and its readout electronics      
2.2 Production of MDK-2 and its readout electronics      
2.3 Data taking of the p(p,f pp) reaction, and analysis of the results      
3. Measurement of f and w production cross sections. A search of pentaquark signals    
62.0
3.1 Commissioning of the MDK-2 and its readout electronics      
3.2 Extension of the time-of-flight and trigger systems in order to increase the detector acceptance      
3.3 Production and commissioning of MDK-3 and its readout electronics.      
3.4 Continuation of data taking devoted to f and w production, continuation of the searches for pentaquark signals. Data analysis and the first publications      
4.0 VBLHE      
Total :
27.0
35.0
62.0
Total in 2007  2009:
124.0

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02-0-1065-2007/2009

 

Development of the JINR Basic Facility for Generation of Intense Heavy
Ion and Polarized Nuclear Beams Aimed at Searching for the Mixed Phase of
Nuclear Matter and Investigation of Polarization Phenomena at the Collision
Energies up to √sNN = 9 GeV

Leaders: A.N. Sissakian
A.S. Sorin
A.D. Kovalenko

Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS, ISSP BAS), Czech Republic (Liberec, TUL; Prague, CU; Turnov, "COMPAS"), Finland (Turku, UT), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI; Frankfurt/Main, GU; Erlangen, FAU), Japan (Nagoya, Nagoya Univ.), JINR (Dubna, LIT, LRB), Kazakhstan (Almaty, PTI MS-NAS RK), Moldova (Kishinev, SUM); Poland (Warsaw, ETI; Wroclaw, ILTSR PAS; Otwock-Swierk, IAE), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH, INOE2000, INCDIE ICPE-CA), Russia (Kazan, Compressormach; Moscow, IPP RAS, LPI RAS, MRTI RAS, Cryogenmash, Geliymash, RRC KI, VNIINM, IBMP RAS; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS; Tomsk, NPI TPU; Troitsk, INR RAS; Protvino, IHEP), South Africa (Cape Town, UCT), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, IMS SAS), Sweden (Stockholm, SU), Ukraine (Kiev, BITP NASU); USA (Upton, BNL).

      Investigation of the mixed phase formation problem in strongly interacting nuclear matter at extremely high nuclear densities and polarization phenomena in few-body nucleon systems. Development of theoretical models of the processes and theoretical support of the experiments. Development of the Nuclotron as the basis for study of relativistic nuclear collisions over atomic mass range A = 1-238. Preparation of the project of the nuclear collider and multipurpose particle detector at heavy ion colliding beams (NICA/MPD) and staged realization. Experiments at the Nuclotron nuclear and polarized deuteron beams.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$ 1)
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Development of the Nuclotron accelerator complex aimed at generation of heavy ion and intense polarized deuteron beams
790.0*)
1016.0*)
1330.0*)
1.1 Upgrade of highly charged heavy ion source KRION
75.0
150.0
20.0
1.2 Works on the construction of heavy ion pre-accelerator, including injection and extraction lines
100.0
250.0
450.0
1.3 Upgrade of vacuum system of the Nuclotron ring
250.0
50.0
50.0
1.4 Modernization of quench detection and energy damp systems of structural magnets
70.0
40.0
80.0
1.5. Upgrade of the electronics and beam RF capture system
10.0
40.0
30.0
1.6. Partial reconstruction of beam extraction line for transportation heavy ion beams at maximum energies
10.0
41.0
20.0
1.7 Extraction system for beams of heavy nuclei at maximum energies
35.0
55.0
55.0
1.8 Power supplies of injection line, slow extraction and magnetic elements placed at building 205
10.0
5.0
30.0
1.9 Upgrade of automated control, diagnostics and monitoring system of beam parameters and accelerator complex
80.0
125.0
85.0
1.10 Improvement of radiation shield along beam extraction line
20.0
70.0
50.0
1.11 Closed circuit of liquid nitrogen cooling system for the Nuclotron magnet cryostat system
50.0
70.0
30.0
1.12 Experiments at the Nuclotron on investigation of the beam dynamics, minimization of particle loss at all stages of the cycle
25.0
25.0
25.0
1.13 Commissioning and test works during the Nuclotron runs
15.0
25.0
25.0
1.14 Acceleration and extraction beams of heavy ion beams at Nuclotron    
300.0
1.15 Design, construction and put into operation of high intensity polarized deuteron source, development of polarization technologies
40.0
70.0
70.0
2. Theoretical investigations on the specified problems **)
100.0
100.0
100.0
2.1 Development of the models for description of the properties of excited nuclear media under high temperatures and compression, dynamics of nuclear interactions at extreme dense baryon matter      
2.2 Analysis of possible signals of phase transitions and, in particular, study of polarization for hyperons and dileptons as an order parameter in the mixed phase of nuclear matter      
3. Preparation of the project of heavy ion collider (NICA) and its staged realization **)
150.0
190.0
500.0
3.1 R&D work, optimization of the collider scheme aimed at reaching √ sNN = 4÷ 9 Gev and averaged luminosity of 11027 -2-1 for heavy ions
50.0
100.0
100.0
3.2 Preparation of the Technical design Report
10.0
10.0
 
3.3 R&D work and construction of model pulsed superconducting magnets with the field up to 6 T
50.0
50.0
100.0
3.4 Engineering design, staged production of the collider system elements  
30.0
300.0
4. Preparation of the project of detector (MPD) and its staged realization **)
85.0
170.0
330.0
4.1 Modeling of the specified processes
60.0
30.0
30.0
4.2 R&D work, optimization of the detector scheme
25.0
40.0
 
4.3 Engineering design, staged production of the detector system elements  
100.0
300.0
5. Obtaining of the experimental data at the Nuclotron nuclear and polarized deuteron beams, important for the MPD design and construction
100.0
100.0
100.0
:
1140.0
1576.0
2360.0
2007  2009 .:
5076.0

The Nuclotron operation cost is not included.
*) including additional budgetary financial contribution for the Nuclotron development of 500 k$ in 2007,
625 k$ - in 2008 and 780 k$ - in 2009.
**) advanced financial support of R&D work and engineering design of NICA/MPD system, including non-budgetary contribution.

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02-0-0941-91/2009

Search for Non-Nucleon Degrees of Freedom and Spin
Effects in Few-Nucleon Systems
Leaders: N.M. Piskunov
G. Martinska

Belarus (Minsk, INP BSU), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS, UCTM), Czech Republic (Prague, CU, CTU; Rez, NPI ASCR), France (Saclay, SPhN CEA DAPNIA), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU), Germany (Dresden, TUD; Julich, FZJ), Italy (Trieste, INFN), Japan (Hiroshima, Hiroshima Univ.; Osaka, RCNP), JINR (Dubna, LIT, BLTP, DLNP, LPP), Poland (Lodz, FPCh UL; Otwock-Swierk, SINS), Russia (Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Moscow, LPI RAS, RRC KI; Troitsk, INR RAS), Slovak Republic (Kosice, IEP SAS, UPJS), Sweden (Uppsala, UU), Switzerland (Geneva, UniGe; Villigen, PSI), Ukraine (Kharkov, KFTI NASU; Kiev, BITP NASU), USA (Newport News, JLab; Norfol, NSU; Williamsburg, W\&M), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, INP UAS, Assoc.`P.-S.'' PTI).

      Study of charge-exchange processes in dp interactions. Study of polarization characteristics of different reactions with polarized and nonpolarized deuterons and nucleons in inclusive, exclusive and correlation experiments (PPM, DELTA-SIGMA). Study of highly excited nuclear matter and collectivity effects in nuclear medium; delta and other nucleonic resonance excitations on protons and nuclei. Study of spin-spin correlations in pp elastic scattering. Study of the threshold production and rare decays of light mesons. Modernization of the polarized proton target to study polarization characteristics of NN and dN interactions. Detector development for relativistic nuclei and polarization experiments at the Nuclotron (DELTA-SIGMA), PSI, CEBAF (Hall A), COSY.
First measurements of complete set of the np spin observables at 0 o - L(np), T(np), A00kk(np), A00nn(np) and Rdp (the total np cross section differences and spin-correlation parameters), using longitudinal (L) and transverse (T) polarized and unpolarized targets as well as quasimonochromatic relativistic 1-6 GeV neutron beams. Data on energy dependences of these observables allow to determine the forward scattering NN amplitudes, for the first time over this energy region. Comparison of the obtained data with QCD motivated calculations.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. STRELA
14.0
14.0
19.0
1.1 Upgrade of the setup      
1.2 Data taking      
1.3 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences.      
2. DELTA-SIGMA
10.0
10.0
10.0
2.1 Upgrade of the setup (Electronics).      
2.2 Data taking      
2.3 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences.      
3. ALPOM      
3.1 Testing POMME polarimeter.      
3.2 Data taking      
3.3 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences.      
4. MPT
10.0
10.0
10.0
4.1 Modernization of the polarized proton target.      
4.2 Operation, participation in runs.      
Total :
34.0
34.0
39.0
Total in 2007  2009:
107.0

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02-1-0983-92/2007

Study of Multiple Production in 4pi  - geometry. Experiments at the Nuclotron

Leader: A.I. Malakhov

Deputy: E.B. Plekhanov

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI, YSU), Australia (Sydney, Univ.), Azerbaijan (Baku, IP ANAS), Belarus (Minsk, IP NASB), Bulgaria (Sofia, SU, INRNE BAS, RAC BAS, UCTM), CERN (Geneva), China (Beijing, IHEP CAS, CIAE; Wuhan, HZNU), Czech Republic (Prague, CU, CTU; Plzen, ``Skoda``; Rez, NPI ASCR, NRI), Democratic People's Republic of Korea (Pyongyang, INE SCNR), Egypt (Cairo, NRC AEA; Giza, CU), France (Strasbourg, CRN), Georgia (Tbilisi, TSU, IHEPI TSU, IP GAS), Germany (Darmstadt, TUD; Karlsruhe, Univ.; Marburg, Univ.; Siegen, Univ.; Julich, FZJ), Greece (Thessaloniki, AUTH), Japan (Osaka, RCNP; Tsukuba, Univ.; Tokyo, UT), JINR (Dubna, DLNP, LPP, LIT, BLTP, FLNP, LRB, SOD), India (Shillong, NEHU; Jaipur, Univ.), Italy (Catania, Univ., INFN LNS; Turin, INFN), Kazakhstan (Almaty, PTI MS-NAS RK, INP NNC RK), Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, IPT MAS), Montenegro (Podgorica, Univ.), Poland (Cracow, NINP PAS; Lodz, UL; Lublin, IP MCSU; Otwock-Swierk, SINS, IAE; Warsaw, SINS, WU, ETI, FP WUT, IRE WUT, IEP WU), Romania (Bucharest, UB, IFIN-HH, INCDIE ICPE-CA, ISS), Russia (Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Dimitrovgrad, RIAR; Dubna, ``Dubna'' Univ.; Moscow, SINP MSU, MSU, LPI RAS, ITEP, MEPhI, RRC KI, VNIINM, VNIIAM, KIAM RAS, Rusatom; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS; Obninsk, IPPE; Ozersk, ``Mayak Plant''; Protvino, IHEP; St. Petersburg, BSTU ``VOENMECH'', KRI; Sarov, VNIIEF; Tomsk, NPI TPU; Troitsk, INR RAS; Vladivostok, FENU), Serbia (Belgrade, Univ.), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CU, IP SAS; Kosice, UPJS), Spain (Barcelona, UB), Sweden (Lund, LU; Stockholm, KTH), Tajikistan (Dushanbe, TGNU, PTI TAS), Ukraine (Kharkov, KFTI NASU, KNU, ISC NASU; Kiev, BITP NASU, INR NASU), USA (Berkeley, Berkeley Lab; Iowa City, UI; Los Alamos, LANL; Upton, BNL), Uzbekistan (Samarkand, SSU; Tashkent, INP UAS, Assoc.``P.-S.'' PTI), Vietnam (Hanoi, IP NCST).

      Experiments on cumulative particle production and correlated phenomena. Search for manifestation of quark-gluon degrees of freedom in collisions of relativistic nuclei and phase transitions in nuclei and exotic Experiments on cumulative particle production and correlated phenomena. Search for manifestation of quark-gluon degrees of freedom in collisions of relativistic nuclei and phase transitions in nuclei and exotic resonances. Study of nuclear multifragmentation processes and hyper- and -nuclei production. Cumulative particle production by tenzor polarized deuterons. Asymptotics in nuclear collisions and nucleon clusters. Development of the data base of the bubble chamber data. Detector development for relativistic heavy-ion experiments. Investigation of the 3He spin structure. Study of fragmentation of light stable and radioactive nuclei in emulsions including irradiation of emulsion stacks with beams of secondary nuclei.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. GIBS
15.0
20.0
30.0
1.1 Upgrade of the setup (Electronics)      
1.2 Data processing and analysis      
1.3 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
2. DELTA-2
25.0
30.0
30.0
2.1 Upgrade of experimental installation under the program of the project      
2.2 Preparation and the beginning of researches on studying properties strong interaction matters      
2.3 Data taking (2.1 & 2.2)      
2.4 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
3. NA49
25.0
30.0
30.0
3.1 Data taking      
3.2 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
4. LNS
10.0
10.0
10.0
4.1 Upgrade of the setup (Electronics)      
4.2 Data taking      
4.3 Development of programs of processing and modeling      
4.4 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
5. pHe3
10.0
10.0
20.0
5.1 Upgrade of the setup (Electronics)      
5.2 Data taking      
5.3 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
5.4 Preparation new project      
6. PHENIX
25.0
30.0
30.0
6.1 Upgrade of the setup      
6.2 Data processing and analysis      
7. eta  - nuclei
10.0
10.0
10.0
7.1 Upgrade of the setup (Electronics)      
7.2 Construction and production of neutron detector      
7.3 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
8. BECQUEREL
15.0
15.0
 
8.1 Upgrade of the setup      
8.2 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
Total :
135.0
155.0
175.0
Total in 2007  2009:
465.0

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02-1-1020-95/2008

High-Acceptance Toroidal Spectrometer HADES
R&D of New Particle Detectors

Leader: A.I. Malakhov

Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU), Czech Republic (Prague, IMMC ASCR; Rez, NRI), Cyprus (Nicosia, UCY), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI; Frankfurt/Main, GU; Giessen, JLUHeidelberg, Univ.; Munich, TUM; Rossendorf, FZR), Italy (Catania, INFN LNS; Milan, Unimi), Hungary (Debrecen, DE), JINR (Dubna, BLTP, FLNP, LIT), Poland, (Cracow, JU). Portugal (Coimbra Univ.), Russia (Moscow, ITEP, IC RAS, MEPhI; Chernogolovka, ISMAN; Troitsk, INR RAS), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, SAS), Spain (Santiago de Compostela, USC; Valencia, IFIC), USA (Williamsburg,, W\&M; Norfol,, NSU).

      A high-acceptance high-resolution spectrometer for electron pair detection in heavy-ion collisions is under construction at SIS (Darmstadt). The physics motivation includes the investigation of in-medium modification of light vector mesons (ρ, ω, f ) as well as the study of the dilepton continium below the ρ/ω -region in hot dense hadronic matter. The main detector components include a ring-imaging Cherenkov detector (RICH) for electron identification, a superconducting magnet with toroidal geometry, a drift chamber system for tracking before and behind the field region and an electron trigger array with time-of-flight measurement and shower detection. The spectrometer has the geometric acceptance of almost 50% for the electron pair and a mass resolution of 1.0% in the ρ/ω -region. Special attention will be paid to the investigation of different aspects of dilepton and photon radiation from a hot and dense nuclear medium, dilepton sources in nuclear interactions, asymmetry and anisotropy of dielectrons and photons. High-resolution low-mass multilayer drift chambers for the central part of the HADES spectrometer were constructed at VBLHE JINR. The analogue readout electronics with high density of integration and low power dissipation was developed at VBLHE; mass production of this electronics was carried out for the drift chamber system of the spectrometer. The track-finding software in the drift chamber system and data analysis are in progress. Research and development of new Position Sensitive Detectors with high spatial resolution.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. HADES
35.0
35.0
35.0
1.1 Participation in further development and application of the track-finding and track-fitting software for the drift chamber system, participation in the experimental p/p (2.5-3.5 GeV) program and data analysis      
1.2 Participation in drift chambers, FEE and trigger upgrade of HADES spectrometer, participation in experimental program (p/p and light nuclei)      
1.3 Participation in HADES upgrade for experiments on SIS-100, participation in experimental program with heavy nuclei      
1.4 R&D on fast gas detector based on 2 and 3 stage GEM      
1.5 Development of FEE, readout electronics and software      
1.6 Testing of Detectors in a laboratory and on the beam      
Total :
35.0
35.0
35.0
Total in 2007  2009:
115.0

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02-0-1066-2007/2009

Investigation of the Properties of Nuclear Matter and Particle Structure
at the Collider of Relativistic Nuclei and Polarized Protons
(Project STAR at RHIC)

Leaders: R. Lednicky
Yu.A. Panebratsev
Deputy: D.A. Arkhipkin

 

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Azerbaijan (Baku, ANAS, IP ANAS), Brazil (San Paulo, USP), CERN (Geneva), Czech Republic (Prague, CU; Liberec, TU; Rez, NRI; Turnov, COMPAS''), Germany (Heidelberg, Univ., MPI-K), Israel (Rehovot, WIS), France (Nantes, SUBATECH), India (Jaipur, Univ.), JINR (Dubna, LIT, BLTP), Kazakhstan (Almaty, PTI MS-NAS RK), Montenegro (Podgorica, Univ.), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH), Russia (Moscow, MEPhI; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS; ITEP; Protvino, IHEP; St. Petersburg, SPbSU), Serbia (Belgrade, INS ``VINCA''), Slovak Republic (Kosice, UPJS), USA (Argonne, ANL; Bloomington, IU; Berkeley, Berkeley Lab; Detroit, MI, WSU; New Haven, Yale Univ.; Upton, BNL; University Park, Penn State; Seattle, UW).

      Investigation of the properties of nuclear matter with extremely high density and temperature, search for the signs of the quark deconfinement and possible phase transitions at the collisions of heavy nuclei at the energies of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC). Measurement of spin dependent structure functions of nucleons and nuclei using polarized RHIC beams.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Data taking on heavy ion and polarized proton collisions in the STAR experiment at RHIC
20.0
25.0
25.0
2. Study of the photon spectrum in AuAu and dAu collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV in order to estimate the temperature of the produced fireball
20.0
33.0
 
2.1 Measurement of the ratio of the inclusive photon spectra in AuAu and dAu in collisions      
2.2 Measurement of the photon yields in the energy range 40 160 MeV      
3.0 Study of the heavy quark production in AuAu, dAu and pp collisions in the energy range √sNN = 65 - 200 GeV    
35.0
4.0 Study of event structure, collective variables, correlation characteristics, femtosopic correlation functions and high pt processes
22.0
17.0
17.0
5.0 Measurement of spin dependent structure functions of nucleons and nuclei.
10.0
20.0
10.0
6. Energy scan program to search for the QCD critical point    
15.0
Total :
72.0
95.0
102.0
Total in 2007  2009:
269.0

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02-1-0001-2000/2008


ALICE: A Large Ion Collider Experiment at CERN's LHC

Project leader: A.S. Vodopianov

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Bulgaria(Sofia, SU), CERN (Geneva), China (Beijing, CIAE; Wuhan, HZNU), Croatia (Zagreb, RBI), Czech Republic (Prague, IP ASCR; Rez, NPI ASCR), Denmark (Copenhagen, NBI), France (Clermont-Ferrand, LPC-CF; Orsay, IPN Orsay; Lyon, UCBL; Nantes, SUBATECH; Strasbourg, CRN; Saclay, SPhN CEA DAPNIA), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU, IP GAS), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI; Heidelberg, Univ.; Frankfurt/Main, GU; Marburg, Univ.; Munster, Univ.), Greece (Athens, Univ.), Hungary (Budapest, KFKI RMKI), JINR (Dubna, BLTP), India (Aligarh, AMU; Bhubaneswar, IP; Calcutta, VECC; SINP; Chandigarh, PU; Jammu, Univ.), Italy (Alessandria, Univ.; Bari, INFN; Bologna, INFN; Cagliari, INFN; Catania, Univ., INFN LNS; Legnaro, INFN LNL; Padua, INFN; Rome, INFN; Salerno, INFN; Turin, INFN), Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, IPT MAS), Netherlands (Amsterdam, NIKHEF; Utrecht, RU), Norway (Bergen, UiB; Oslo, UiO), Poland (Cracow, NINP PAS; Warsaw, ETI, SINS), Republic of Korea (Kangnung, KNU), Romania (Bucharest, ISS), Russia (Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS; Moscow, ITEP, MEPhI, RRC KI; Troitsk, INR RAS; Protvino, IHEP; St. Petersburg, SPbSU; Sarov, VNIIEF), Slovak Republic(Bratislava, CU; Kosice, UPJS), South Africa (Cape Town, UCT), Sweden (Lund, LU), Switzerland (Lausanne, EPFL), United Kingdom (Birmingham, Univ.), Ukraine (Kharkov, KFTI NASU; Kiev, BITP NASU), USA (Columbus, OSU; Oak Ridge, ORNL).

      Experimental research of heavy ions interactions at relativistic and ultrarelativistic energy.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. ALICE
60.0
60.0
60.0
1.1 Participation in the development and manufacture of detectors for the ALICE setup      
1.2 Preparation of the physics research programme for LHC      
2. TRD/ALICE      
2.1 Constructing and testing at JINR of 24 TRD chambers, transportation to Germany and testing      
2.2 Participation in assembling and testing of TRD Super Modules, integration to ALICE setup, testing on the beam      
2.3 Participation in experimental data taking at CERN and data analysis      
Total :
60.0
60.0
60.0
Total in 2007  2009:
180.0

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02-1-1010-95/2009

Investigation of Relativistic Multiparticle Interactions

Leader: A.A. Baldin

Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS), Czech Republic (Rez, NRI), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI; Frankfurt/Main, GU), Georgia (Tbilisi, IP GAS), JINR (Dubna, LIT, DLNP, BLTP, LPP), Romania (Bucharest, UB; Constanta, UOC), Russia (Moscow, ITEP; St. Petersburg, FIP; Troitsk, INR RAS; Protvino, IHEP), Ukraine (Kiev, INR NASU).

      Development of the MARUSYA setup and experiments with extracted beams of Nuclotron. Investigation of rare subthreshold and cumulative processes of hadronic production, antimatter production. Investigation of spin phenomena in the transition regime and single spin asymmetries. Analysis of the obtained experimental data on the production of very low energy fragments.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Marusya
21.0
30.0
50.0
1.1 Modernization of the setup (Electronics)      
  Upgrade of system of taking and data processing      
  Analysis of the methodical result of the magnet-optical spectrometer operation on the basis of the measured maps of magnetic fields and experimental investigations      
  Development of the new TOF system, upgrade of the data collection and processing system      
1.2 Preparation and the beginning of researches on studying properties strong interaction matters      
1.3 Data taking      
1.4 Data processing and analysis. Participation in conferences      
1.5 Preparation new project      
1.6 Creation of base of experimental data on subthreshold and cumulative processes      
Total :
21.0
30.0
50.0
Total in 2007  2009:
101.0

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02-0-1061-2006/2007

Development of Radiotherapy Methods with a Proton
and Heavy Ion Beams of the Nuclotron of JINR

Leaders: N.N. Agapov
E.A. Krasavin
G.V. Mytsin
J. Ruzicka

Australia (Sydney, Univ.), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS), Belarus (Minsk, JIPNR-Sosny NASB), Czech Republic (Prague, NRI), Greece (Thessaloniki, AUTH), JINR (Dubna, LIT, DLNP, FLNR, LRB, UC), Poland (Warsaw, FP WUT; Cracow, NINP PAS; Otwock-Swierk, IAE), Russia (Obninsk, MRRC RAMS; Dubna, RDH-9, BSINP MSU; Tomsk, TPU), Romania (Bucharest, ISS, U.M.F.``Carol Davila'', INCDIE ICPE-CA), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, UNMS SR, CU), USA (Dallas, UT; Libertyville, STERIS Corporation).

      The main goal of the theme is creation of Biomedical technical complex on the base of accelerator of protons and ions of VBLHE and carrying out research program on the field of medical biology and oncology therapy. On the first stage it is considered development of new equipment for ion beam shaping and monitoring.
Research programme on the field of molecular biology besides other topics includes studying of the changes in the structure of genes of both animal and human under heavy ion irradiation with a wide range of linear transfer of energy.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Med - Nuclotron      
1.1 Medico-biological research      
1.2 Upgrade of the Setup      
Total :      
Total in 2007  2009:  

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Nuclear Physics

 

03-0-0002-2000/2009

Development and Construction of an Accelerator Complex
for Producing Radioactive Ion Beams
(Project DRIBS)
Project leader: G.G. Gulbekyan
Project scientific leader: Yu.Ts. Oganessian

Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS, RAC BAS), Czech Republic (Prague, VP, CU; Rez, NPI ASCR), France (Orsay, IPN Orsay; Caen, GANIL), JINR (Dubna, DLNP, LIT), Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, NRC NUM), Romania (Bucharest, N&V), Russia (Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Sarov, VNIIEF), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, SUT; Nova Dubnica, EEPI), Uzbekistan (Samarkand, SSU).

      Producing of beams of exotic light neutron-deficient and neutron-rich nuclei in reactions with light ions, producing of uranium photofission fragments, isotope separation, development of ion sources and charge breeders, design of beam transportation systems.
Acceleration of radioactive ions on the FLNR cyclotron U400 and producing of monochromatic beams of light =4 ÷ 30 radioactive ions with energy =1 ÷ 18 MeV/A.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Development of ion sources
150.0
425.0
555.0
2. Optimization of beam transportation to experimental set-ups
280.0
320.0
409.0
3. R&D of a target and separator for producing photofission fragments, study of yields of photofission fragments at the MT25 microtron
70.0
114.8
150.0
4. Development of beam control and diagnostic systems
86.3
136.0
171.0
Total :
586.3
995.8
1285.0
Total in 2007  2009:
2867.1

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03-5-1004-94/2009

Synthesis of New Nuclei and Study of Nuclear Properties
and Heavy-Ion Reaction Mechanisms

Leader: M.G. Itkis
Scientific leader: Yu.Ts. Oganessian

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Belarus(Minsk, JIPNR-Sosny NASB), Belgium (Brussels, ULB), Bulgaria (Plovdiv, PU; Sofia, INRNE BAS, ISSP BAS, RAC BAS), China (Lanzhou, IMP CAS), Czech Republic (Prague, VP; Rez, NPI ASCR), Finland (Jyvaskyla, UJ), France (Caen, GANIL; Grenoble, ILL; Orsay, CSNSM; Saclay, SPhN CEA DAPNIA, Strasbourg, CRN), Germany (Berlin, HMI; Darmstadt, GSI; Frankfurt/Main, GU; Mainz, JGU; Munich, TUM; Tubingen, Univ.), Italy (Catania, INFN LNS; Legnaro, INFN LNL; Messina, Univ.; Milan, Unimi; Padua, INFN), Japan (Kobe, Kobe Univ.; Tokyo, TM CAE; Wako, RIKEN), JINR (Dubna, LIT,BLTP, DLNP), Kazakhstan (Almaty, INP NNC RK, KNU), Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, NUM), Poland (Cracow, NINP PAS; Poznan, IP AMU, PUT; Warsaw, HIL WU, IEP WU, INChT, SINS), Republic of Korea (Seoul, Konkuk Univ.), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH, UB), Russia, (Cheboksary, CSU; Dimitrovgrad, RIAR; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Novosibirsk, IAE SB RAS; Moscow, GEOKHI RAS, MEPhI, MUCTR, RRC KI, SINP MSU, VNIINM; Obninsk, IPPE; Omsk, OmSU; Sarov, VNIIEF, St. Petersburg, KRI, SPbSU; Troitsk, INR RAS, ISAN; Voronezh, VSU), Serbia (Belgrade, INS VINCA), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CU, IP SAS), Slovenia (Ljubljana, UL), Switzerland (Villigen, PSI), Ukraine(Kiev, BITP NASU, INR NASU), United Kingdom (Birmingham, Univ.; Manchester, Univ.), USA (Berkeley, Berkeley Lab.; College Station, Texas A\&M; Dallas, SMU; Idaho-Falls, INEEL; Livermore, LLNL; Nashville, VU), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, INP UAS), Vietnam (Hanoi, IPE VAST).

      Synthesis and investigation of nuclear and chemical properties of new elements. Investigation of nuclei close to the nucleon drip line. Study of nuclear reactions using radioactive nuclei beams. Investigation of the dynamics of spontaneous and induced fission. Nuclear and laser spectroscopy studies of heavy isotopes. Experimental and theoretical study of the mechanism of nuclear interactions and of the decay of heavy compound nuclei.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Experiments on the synthesis of new elements with Z > 118 using the Dubna gas filled separator with the sensitivity 0.5 pb
105.0
170.2
217.0
2. Investigation of chemical properties of superheavy elements. Experiments on chemical isolation and identification of the new elements with Z=112 and 114 produced in 48Ca + 244Pu reactions
103.0
158.0
203.0
3. Study of energy, mass and angular distributions of fission and quasifission fragments in coincidence with γ-quanta and neutrons in 50Ti, 54Cr, 58Fe, 64Ni + (actinide targets) reactions using the CORSET+DEMON set-up
120.0
185.0
230.0
4. α-, β- γ-spectroscopy of transfermium isotopes produced in heavy ion induced reactions at the VASSILISSA+GABRIELA set-up.
R&D and construction of a separator at the beam of U400MR for spectroscopic investigations of heavy isotopes
110.0
185.0
240.0
5. Study of the manifestation of shell effects in the entrance channel of symmetric reactions like 86Kr + 136Xe, 136Xe + 136Xe using physical and radiochemical methods
20.0
25.0
26.8
6. Investigation of yields and properties of neutron rich isotopes and production of radioactive ion beams at the COMBAS separator
40.0
60.0
80.0
7. Investigation of reactions with light radioactive nuclei, investigation of proton halos in neutron pure nuclides, investigation of resonance states of 10 in using the high resolution beam line ACCULINNA
110.0
175.0
220.0
8. Investigation of exotic spontaneous and induced fission modes of heavy nuclei using the upgraded FOBOS set-up
25.0
50.0
55.0
9. Experiments on the study of subbarrier fusion and transfer reactions of 6He and 8He using multidetector systems. Study of elastic and inelastic scattering of 6,8He using γ-quanta and neutron detectors
55.0
90.0
110.0
10. Charge radii measurements of heavy isotopes using laser spectroscopy
25.0
35.0
40.0
11. Experiments on the mass measurement of heavy Db isotopes produced in 48Ca + 243Am using the MASHA set-up. Launching of the separator in on-line mode at the beams of U400MR
30.0
35.0
45.0
12. Experiments on the search for superheavy elements in osmium samples using neutron multiplicity detectors in the Modane (France) underground laboratory
31.5
36.5
41.5
13. Theoretical study of mechanisms of heavy ion induced reactions.
Developing, filling and supporting the nuclear physics knowledge base allocated in the Web
16.1
20.0
25.0
Total :
790.6
1224.7
1533.3
Total in 2007  2009:
3548.6

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03-5-1014-96/2009

Development of the FLNR Cyclotron Complex for Producing Intense Beams
of Accelerated Ions of Stable and Radioactive Isotopes

Leader: G.G. Gulbekyan

Belgium (Leuven, K.U.Leuven; Louvain-la-Neuve, IBA), Bulgaria (Sofia, RAC BAS); China (Lanzhou, IMP AS), Czech Republic (Prague, CU, VP; Rez, NPI ASCR); Egypt (Cairo, AASTMT), France (Caen, GANIL; Grenoble, ISN), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI), Italy (Catania, INFN LNS), JINR (Dubna, DLNP, LIT, LPP, VBLHE, LRB), Kazakhstan (Almaty, INP NNC RK), Poland (Cracow, NINP; Warsaw, HIL WU), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH), Russia (Vladimir, ELMAG; Moscow, ITEP, GPI RAS; Nizhny Novgorod, IAP RAS; St. Petersburg, KPI, NIIEFA); Serbia (Belgrade, INS VINCA), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, IMS SAS; Nova Dubnica, EEPI), Ukraine (Kiev, INR NASU).

      Development of the FLNR cyclotron complex U400M - U400M for producing intensive beams of accelerated ions with energies up to 100 MeV/n.
       Upgrade of the U400M cyclotron  the realization of the mode for acceleration of ions with energy 6 ÷ 15 MeV/A. Upgrade of the U400 cyclotron  improvement of the beam quality, reducing of the power consumption.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Development of accelerator complex U400 U400M
597.2
1010.0
1354.5
2. R&D of high-performance ion sources
100.0
138.6
204.7
Total :
697.2
1203.1
1559.2
Total in 2007  2009:
3459.5

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03-2-1039-2001/2009



Investigation of Fundamental Interactions in Nuclei at Low Energies

Leaders: V.B. Brudanin
A. Kovalik

Armenia (Yerevan, YSU), Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU), Belgium (Leuven, K.U.Leuven), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS, SU; Plovdiv, PU), Czech Republic (Prague, CTU; Rez, NRI), Finland (Helsinki, SEFT; Jyvaskyla, UJ), France (Orsay, CSNSM, LAL), Germany (Halle, MLU; Heidelberg, MPI-K; Mainz, JGU; Tubingen, Univ.), Hungary (Budapest, KFKI RMKI), Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, NRC NUM), Poland (Cracow, NINP PAS, IP JU, FPNT AGH; Lublin, IP MCSU; Warsaw, SINS), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN  HH, UB), Russia (Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Voronezh, VSU; Moscow, RRC KI, MEPhI, PFUR, ITEP, SINP MSU, MSU, INTRA; Troitsk, INR RAS; St. Petersburg, KRI, SPbSU, IPTI RAS; Sarov, VNIIEF; Tomsk, NPI TPU, IHCE SB RAS; Yekaterinburg, IEP UB RAS), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CU), Spain(Valencia, UV), Sweden (Uppsala, UU), Ukraine (Kiev, INR NASU), USA (Durham, NC, Duke, Gainesville, FL, UF; Irvine, CA, UCIrvine, Livermore, CA, LLNL), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, INP UAS, IAP NUU, NUU; Samarkand, SSU).

      Investigation of fundamental interactions in nuclei at low energies. Investigation of phenomenology of supersymmetry and other theories in the neutrino mass problem, rare decays and dark matter problem. Study of weak and electromagnetic properties of neutrinos. Investigations of 2β-decays in nuclei. Study of processes with light nuclei at very low energies with plasma accelerators. Development of technique for diagnostic of creation of the dense plasma flows. Spectroscopy of nuclei far from band of beta-stability. Development of new techniques for detection of neutral and charged particles.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Search for 2b 0n decay and study of 2b 2n decays (TGV, NEMO, G&M)
103.0
87.0
110.0
1.1 Research and development of muon veto for GERDA spectrometer
41.0
16.0
 
1.2 Development and construction of scintillator calorimeter BiPo for measurements of very low-level contaminations in construction materials.
25.0
34.0
 
  Measurement of pollution of constructional of spectrometers NEMO, GERDA, SuperNEMO.    
50.0
1.3 Study of 2β processes in decays of 100Mo, 106Cd, 82Se, 76Ge. Data taking and data development from spectrometers TGV, NEMO
37.0
37.0
60.0
2. Search for dark matter (DM-GTF and EDELWEISS projects)
49.0
49.0
25.0
2.1 Completion of data taking and data analysis in DM-GTF
4.0
   
2.2 Development and construction of a high-sensitivity Radon detector
12.0
16.0
 
2.3 Development and construction of a low background neutron detector
14.0
15.0
 
2.4 Creation of doped beta sources for calibrations
3.0
6.0
 
2.5 Dark matter search. Data taking and data analysis
16.0
12.0
25.0
3. Measurement of neutrino magnetic moment (GEMMA)
33.0
49.0
50.0
3.1 Upgrade of spectrometer GEMMA
16.0
12.0
 
3.2 Development and construction of neutrino monitor for reactor at KAPP
12.0
20.0
15.0
3.3 Measurement of antineutrino magnetic moment. Data taking and development
5.0
17.0
35.0
4. Study of processes with light nuclei at very low energies (LESI)
20.0
20.0
20.0
4.1 Upgrade of high-current Halls ion accelerator
8.0
8
 
4.2 Creation of multi-parameter system for diagnostics of development of intense flows of plasma
4.0
4.0
 
4.3 Development and construction of charged particle detectors
4.0
5.0
4.0
4.4 Measurements of astrophysics S-factors and effective cross sections of dd-,pd- and d3He reactions at ultra-low energies (~keV)
4.0
4.0
16.0
Total :
205.0
205.0
205.0
Total in 2007  2009:
615.0

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03-2-1040-2001/2009

Nucleus and Particle Interactions at Intermediate Energies
Leader: D.A. Mzhavia

Azerbaijan (Baku, IP ANAS), Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU, INP BSU), Bulgaria (Sofia, SU), Croatia (Zagreb, RBI), Canada (Vancouver, TRIUMF), Georgia (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU), Germany (Aachen, RWTH; Heidelberg, Univ.; Julich, FZJ; Cologne, Univ.; Munster, Univ.; Rossendorf, FZR IKH; Stuttgart, MPI-MF), Italy (Frascatti, INFN LNF; Rome, Univ. I; Turin, INFN), JINR (Dubna, BLTP, FLNR, LIT), Netherlands (Delft, TUDelft), Poland (Otwock-Swierk, SINS), Russia (Alexandrov, VNIISIMS; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Moscow, ITEP, GPI RAS, MSU, SINP MSU, RRC KI; Sarov, VNIIEF; Troitsk, INR RAS), Switzerland (Zurich, Univ., ETH; Villigen, PSI), USA (Charlottesville, UVa; Pittsburgh, Univ.; Tucson, UA).

      The project comprises study of various pion and muon decays, study of spin-dependent reactions of light meson production in proton-proton and proton-deuteron collisions, study of short-range interaction dynamics in NN-system, preparation of the PAX experiment at GSI on measurement of the transverse quark distribution in transverse polarized proton, study of interaction of slow pions with lightest nuclei, search for meson decays forbidden by the Standard Model, study of interactions of muon in medium.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Precise study of rare pion and muon decays
38.2
38.2
38.2
1.1 Construction, assembly and beam tests of the electromagnetic calorimeter and tracking detector for the MEG experiment
38.2
 
19.1
1.2 Upgrade of the PEN spectrometer, data taking for π+→e+ν decay and analysis.  
38.2
19.1
2. Spin physics at storage rings
38.2
38.2
38.2
2.1 Study of processes with high momentum transfer at COSY with polarized proton and deuteron beams
20.2
20.2
15.2
2.2 Preparation and carrying out the experiment on test of the method to polarize the beam proposed in the PAX project
10.0
10.0
15.0
2.3 Data handling, publication of the results
8.0
8.0
8.0
3. Study of the muon properties and the muon interactions with matter
38.2
16.8
9.1
3.1 Upgrade of the MUSPIN setup. Study of the property of magnetic nano-particles
28.0
9.8
 
3.2 Measurement of the g-factor of the negative muon bounded in atom
10.2
   
3.3 Study of the interaction of the accepter centers in semiconductors with diamond crystal structure by polarized negative muon  
7.0
9.1
4. Study of interactions of pions with light nuclei
15.2
22.9
22.9
4.1 Detector renewal
12.2
5.9
5.9
4.2 Data taking and analysis
3.0
17.0
17.0
5. Study of the nuclear fusion reactions in muonic deuterium and tritium
38.2
51.9
59.6
5.1 Detector (TRITON with γ-detector) assembly, study radiative capture rate in deuterium muonic molecule
38.2
11.9
 
5.2 Upgrade of the TRITON setup and study of the mechanism of meso-molecule formation in solid deuterium  
20.0
9.6
5.3 Construction a deuterium-tritium target for study of muon catalysis at super-high pressures and super high temperatures  
20.0
50.0
Total :
168.0
168.0
168.0
Total in 2007  2009:
504.0

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03-2-1038-2001/2009

Improvement and Development of the JINR Phasotron for
Fundamental and Applied Research

Leaders: M.Yu. Kazarinov
G.A. Karamysheva
Scientific leader: L.M. Onischenko

Belgium (Louvain-la-Neuve, IBA), Japan (Wako, RIKEN), Poland (Cracow, NINP), Serbia (Belgrade, INS VINCA), USA (Los Alamos, LANL), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, INP UAS).

      Physics experiments are carried out with extracted beams. Design and development of the beam channel for electronuclear investigation (SAD project) are planed. Variants of the beam channel for the eyes tumor treatment will be under investigation. Projects of the cyclotrons for radiological medicine: hadron therapy and PET isotope production are developing. Works on modernization of cyclotrons in Russia and abroad are planed.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Improvement of the JINR Phasotron and beam channels
70.0
70.0
70.0
1.1 Maintenance of the Phasotron and its beam channels for the scientific and applied researches
40.0
40.0
40.0
1.2 Modernization of the power equipment of the Phasotron
7.0
17.0
 
1.3 Modernization of the Phasotron beam channels control system
20.0
10.0
 
1.4 Development and construction of the proton beam channels
3.0
3.0
30.0
2. Research and development of the cyclotrons for medical applications
15.0
15.0
15.0
2.1 Conceptual design of the cyclotron for Proton Therapy C220.      
2.2 Design and manufacture of the prototype of the PET cyclotron
15.0
15.0
15.0
2.3 Parameters improvement of the Cyclotron AIC-144 (Krakow, Poland). Increasing of the extraction energy to 62-63 MeV
2.5*
   
2.4. Design of the superconducting Carbon/Proton therapy cyclotron 400 (IBA, Belgium).
20.0*
   
2.5 Modernization of Tver Cyclotron to remove the reasons of the beam intensity losses.
6,0*
   
3. Research and development of the cyclotrons for scientific researches
15.0
15.0
15.0
3.1 Customs cyclotron design
19.0*
   
3.2 Participation in starting up experiments on INS ``VINCA'' cyclotron.
5.0*
   
3.3 Theoretical investigation and computer modeling for RIKEN/CNS AVF cyclotron (Japan).
10.0*
   
3.4 Computer modeling of the systems for external injection into Phasotron
15.0
15.0
15.0
Total :
100.0
100.0
100.0
Total in 2007  2009:
300.0

*- Financial support from outside sources

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03-4-0993-94/2007

 


Construction of the IREN Facility
(Project IREN)

Leaders: V.N. Shvetsov
V.G. Pyataev

Bulgaria (Sofia, RAC BAS), Czech Republic (Prague, VP), Italy (Rome, ENEA), Republic of Korea (Taejon, KAERI), Russia (Moscow, MEPhI, RRC KI, SSDI, VNIINM; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS), Ukraine (Kharkov, KFTI NASU), USA (Washington, DOE).

      Development of the project and construction of a new basic facility in JINR  IREN (Intense Resonance Neutron Source).
      Completion of construction of the IREN complex with nonmultiplying target.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Design and construction of nonmultiplying target and test bench for applied research
30.0
   
2. Revision of geodetic network of accelerator and reactor halls in bldg.43
2.2
   
3. Design and creation of communication, fire alarm and fire extinguishing systems
19.0
   
4. Manufacturing of accelerator equipment
37.0
   
5. Equipping with component parts and assembling of main control panel and automated control system
40.0
73.2
 
6. Design, equipping with component parts and assembling of automated radiation control system of the 1st stage
40.0
   
7. Equipping with component parts and assembling of water-cooling and thermostabilisation systems
30.5
   
8. Equipping with component parts and assembling of power supply system
20.0
   
9. Assembling of accelerator equipment
3.0
   
10. Testing and starting of accelerator equipment components
3.0
   
11. Commissioning of accelerator  
5.0
 
12. Repair of the IBR-30 reactor hall  
41.5
 
13. Equipping with component parts and assembling of automated radiation control system of the 2st stage  
70.0
 
14. Assembling of nonmultiplying target and test bench for applied research  
5.0
 
15. Modernization of collimators and shutters in the wall of the reactor hall  
20.0
29.7
16. Design and creation of gamma bremsstrahlung beam at the IREN facility  
10.0
195.0
Total :
224.7
224.7
224.7
Total in 2007  2009:
674.1

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03-4-1036-2001/2007

Nuclear Physics with Neutrons  Fundamental and Applied Investigations

Leaders: V.N. Shvetsov
Yu.N. Kopatch

Australia (Parkville, Univ.), Austria (Innsbruck, UI; Vienna, IAEA), Belarus (Minsk, JISSSP NASB), Belgium (Brussels, ULB; Geel, IRMM), Bulgaria (Plovdiv, PU; Sofia, INRNE BAS, RAC BAS), CERN (Geneva), China (Beijing, IHEP CAS, PTNNC), Czech Republic (Prague, CEI, CTU), Egypt (Cairo, AEA), Finland (Jyvaskyla, UJ), France (Cadarache CEC CEA; Grenobl, IBS, ILL; Saclay, LLB, SPhN CEA DAPNIA; Strasbourg, IReS), Georgia (Tbilisi, IP GAS), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI; TUD; Karlsruhe, FZK; Munich, TUM; Rossendorf, FZR; Tubingen, Univ.), Greece (Athens, AUA; Kalamata, N.AG.RE.F.), Italy (Rome, ENEA), Japan (Kyoto, KSU; Tsukuba, KEK), JINR (BLTP, DLNP, LIT, LRB, SPC Aspect), Latvia (Riga, FI LU), Macedonia (Skopje, UKM), Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, NRC NUM), Netherlands (Delft, TUDelft), Norway (Trondheim, NTNU), Poland (Cracow, NINP PAS; Gdansk, GUT; Lodz, UL; Lublin, IP MCSU; Poznan, AMU; Warsaw, INChT), Republic of Korea (Pohang, PAL; Taejon, KAERI), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH, UB; Constanta, INCDM, UOC; Iasi, UAIC; Oradea, UO; Pitesti, SCN; Rm. Valcea, ICSI, Targovice, UVT), Russia (Borok, IBIW RAS; Dubna, Univ. Dubna; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Irkutsk, LI SB RAS; Izhevsk, UdSU; Magnitogorsk, MagTU; Moscow, GIN RAS, IKI RAS, ITEP, MEPhI, MSU, RRC KI, SINP MSU; Obninsk, IPPE; Ozersk, Mayak Plant; Sarov, VNIIEF; Snezhinsk, VNIITF; St. Peterburg, FIP, KRI, Hermitage; Troitsk, INR RAS; Voronezh, VSU; Yekaterinburg, USTU-UPI), Serbia (Novi Sad, UNS), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CU, IEE SAS, IP SAS; Zvolen, FRIS), South Africa (Pretoria, UNISA), Switzerland (Villigen, PSI), Turkey (Istanbul, BU), Ukraine (Kiev, BG NASU, INR NASU, NTSU), United Kingdom (London, CARE; NHM), USA (Durham, Duke; Los-Alamos, LANL; Oak-Ridge, ORNL), Vietnam (Hanoi, INEP HUT; INST; IPE VAST).

      Use of UCN, cold, thermal, resonance and fast neutrons to study the fundamental properties of neutrons and atomic nuclei. Application of neutron physics methods in other fields of science and technology, development and creation of neutron and gamma-detectors.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Obtaining of new experimental data on characteristics of the neutron as an elementary particle
38.0
42.0
47.0
1.1. Carrying out of the first in the world experiment on direct measurement of n,n-scattering length at the JAGUAR reactor, Snezhinsk
8.0
10.0
12.0
1.2. Experiments with ultracold neutrons at ILL. Experimental verification of equivalence principle for the neutron. Investigation of interactions of neutrons with nanoparticles
20.0
22.0
25.0
1.3. Measurement of n-e scattering length bne and determination of mean-square charge neutron radius. Search for neutron-mirror neutron oscillations
10.0
10.0
10.0
2. Investigations of violations of fundamental symmetries in neutron-nucleus interactions
19.0
21.0
25.0
2.1. Experiment to verify time invariance in interactions of polarized neutrons with aligned nuclei at the source JSNS (Japan)
10.0
10.0
12.0
2.2. Measurement of P-odd effect in total cross-section in interaction of cold polarized neutrons with natural lead and asymmetry of gamma-quanta from the reaction 10B(n,) 7Li * gamma 7Li in ILL.
9.0
11.0
13.0
3. Investigations of properties of atomic nuclei
14.0
18.0
20.0
3.1 Search for rare modes of nuclear fission. Experiments to study ternary and quadruple fission. Search for ternary collinear decay (in cooperation with FLNR). Preparation of experiment to search for quinary decay
10.0
12.0
20.0
3.2. Mesurements of neutron fission fragment angular correlations in fission of 252Cf
4.0
6.0
 
4. Preparation of experiments at IREN
38.0
44.0
51.0
4.1. Precision measurements of total neutron cross-section on nuclei with rare resonances to obtain new information on hypothetical long-range potential in the neutron-nucleus system
3.0
4.0
5.0
4.2. Search for negative p-wave resonances of lead isotopes and their relation with parity violation effects in interactions of polarized neutrons with lead
4.0
5.0
6.0
4.3. Investigation of dynamics of superfluid-normal transition in heated nuclei using precision gamma-spectroscopy to analyze two-quantum cascades of radiative decay of fissionable nuclei induced by thermal and resonance neutrons
3.0
4.0
6.0
4.4. Investigation of interference effects in reactions 35Cl(n,p)35S 14N(n,p)14C in the resonance neutron energy range
3.0
4.0
5.0
4.5. Measurement of neutron cross-sections for purposes of reactor engineering, transmutation of nuclear wastes and nuclear astrophysics.
13.0
13.0
13.0
4.6. Creation of test bench for applied research at IREN
12.0
14.0
16.0
5. Applied research
10.0
12.0
15.0
5.1. Development of nuclear-physical techniques for element analysis of solids on accelerated particle beams of the electrostatic generator EG-5      
5.2. Modeling and calibration of neutron detectors for space vehicles Mars Science Laboratory 2009 and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter 2008      
5.3. Project REGATA
10.0
12.0
15.0
Total:
119.0
137.0
158.0
Total in 2007  2009:
414.0

Projects/stages of projects, which can be carried out in full only on condition of additional financing beyond the frames of the budget of the Laboratory, are italicized.

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Condensed Matter Physics,
Radiation and Radiobiological Research

 

 

04-4-1031-99/2008

Neutron Investigations of the Structure and Dynamics of Condensed Matter

Leaders: V.L. Aksenov
A.M. Balagurov

Belarus (Minsk, BSU, INP BSU, JISSSP NASB, NC PHEP BSU, PMI NASB, RIPChP BSU), Bulgaria (Sofia, IMS BAS, INRNE BAS, ISSP BAS), Czech Republic (Prague, CTU, GPI ASCS, IG ASCR, IMMC ASCR; Rez, NPI ASCR), Finland (Espoo, TRC), France (Grenoble, IBS, ILL; Orsay, LAL; Saclay, LLB), Germany (Bayreuth, Univ.; Berlin, HMI; Bochum, RUB; Darmstadt, TUD; Dortmund, Univ.; Dresden, IZFP; Freiburg, Univ.; Hamburg, DESY; Julich, FZJ; Kiel, CAU; Leipzig, Univ.; Potsdam, GFZ; Saarbrucken, IZFP; Werdohl, Krupp VDM), Hungary (Budapest, KFKI RMKI), Japan (Tsukuba, NIRIM), JINR (BLTP, LPP, DLNP), Latvia (Riga, CFI LU, FEI LAS), Poland (Cracow, IP JU, NINP PAS; Kielce, IP PA, Lublin, IP MCSU, Poznan, IP AMU; Szczecin, IP SUT, SUT; Warsaw, INChT, Unipress; Wroclaw, IPTCH WUT, WU), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH, INFM, ISS; Cluj-Napoca, I.N.C.D.T.I.M.), Russia (Alexandrov, VNIISIMS; Chernogolovka, ISSP RAS; Dimitrovgrad, RIAR; Gatchina PNPI RAS; Krasnoyarsk, IP SB RAS; Moscow, GC RAS, IC RAS, IGIC RAS, IMET RAS, IPCE RAS, ITEP, MEPhI, MITHT, MSU, NIKIET, PFUR, RRC KI, SINP MSU, VNIINM; Nizhny Novgorod, NNSU; Obninsk, IPPE; Podolsk, GIDROPRESS; Rostov-on-Don, RIP RSU; St. Petersburg, IPTI RAS; Sterlitamak, SSPU; Tomsk, NPI TPU; Troitsk, INR RAS, HPPI RAS; Tula, TSU; Yekaterinburg, IMP UB RAS), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CU, IEE SAS), Switzerland (Villigen, PSI; Zurich, ETH), Ukraine (Kiev, IPMS NASU, NTSU; Sumy, IAP NASU), United Kingdom (Didcot, RAL), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, INP UAS).

      Carrying out of scientific investigations at the spectrometers of the IBR-2 reactor and in other neutron centers to study the structure and dynamics of condensed matter by neutron physics methods, providing for effective operation of the IBR-2 spectrometers, development of the available spectrometers and experimental techniques, creation of new modern spectrometers to operate in new up-to-date directions of investigations of condensed matter.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. High-resolution Fourier diffractometer HRFD
30.0
55.0
45.0
1.1. Creation of new back-scattering ZnS(Ag)-based detectors
30.0
40.0
20.0
1.2. Creation of new correlation analysis electronics  
15.0
25.0
2. Fourier stress diffractometer FSD
30.0
30.0
20.0
2.1. Equipping of ASTRA detectors with component parts  
30.0
 
2.2. Purchase and adjusting of radial collimator
30.0
   
2.3. Development of correlation analysis electronics    
20.0
3. Multipurpose diffractometer DN-2
20.0
30.0
40.0
3.1. Manufacturing of neutron chopper.
10.0
   
3.2. Creation of annular detectors for small and back-scattering angles
5.0
10.0
20.0
3.3. Design and manufacturing of vacuum housing
5.0
   
3.4. Manufacturing of neutron guide  
20.0
20.0
4. Diffractometer for microsamples DN-6
30.0
60.0
60.0
4.1. Manufacturing and assembling of neutron chopper
10.0
   
4.2. Design and manufacturing of vacuum housing
20.0
   
4.3. Manufacturing and assembling of reflector neutron guide  
20.0
30.0
4.4. Design and manufacturing of diffractometer DN-6  
20.0
 
4.5. Design and manufacturing of detector system for DN-6  
10.0
20.0
4.6. Design and manufacturing of measuring module for DN-6  
10.0
10.0
5. Texture diffractometer SKAT
15.0
10.0
 
5.1. Purchase of uniaxial compression chamber
15.0
   
5.2. Design of the second detector ring  
10.0
 
6. Small-angle scattering spectrometer YuMO
45.0
25.0
55.0
6.1. Design and manufacturing of detector case
20.0
10.0
 
6.2. Manufacturing of detector frames
5.0
5.0
2.0
6.3. Purchase of electronic blocks and component parts
20.0
 
25.0
6.4. Design and manufacturing of branching junction in annular corridor  
2.0
2.0
6.5. Manufacturing of detector entrance window  
5.0
5.0
6.6. Design and manufacturing of devices for positioning and moving detectors  
3.0
8.0
6.7. Purchase of He3    
8.0
6.8. Design and manufacturing of vacuum-gas branching junction for HV    
5.0
7. Polarized neutron spectrometer REMUR
40.0
30.0
60.0
7.1. Manufacturing of collimator, purchase of non-magnetic goniometer for cryostat
24.0
   
7.2. Purchase of materials for shielding detectors and neutron polarization analyzer
24.8
   
7.3. Manufacturing of detector shielding, purchase of chopper power supply unit  
30.0
 
7.4. Design and manufacturing of new polarization equipment for the IBR-2 reactor     60.0
8. Inverted geometry spectrometer NERA
5.0
 
5.0
8.1. Repair of gas compressor (UNIPRESS Warsaw)
5.0
   
8.2. Adjustment of high-pressure system at the NERA spectrometer    
5.0
9. Direct geometry spectrometer DIN
10.0
   
9.1. Purchase of component parts for TS-3000
10.0
   
Total:
233.8
240.0
275.0
Total in 2007  2009:
748.8

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04-4-0851-87/2007

Upgrade of the IBR-2 Complex


Leader: A.V. Vinogradov

Czech Republic (Prague, NRI), Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (Pyongyang, IFR SCNR), Germany (Dresden, Steuersystem; Rossendorf, FZR), Hungary (Budapest, BME), Japan (Ibaraki, KEK; Kyoto, KURRI), JINR (LIT, LRB), Poland (Cracow, AGH-UST, IP JU), Republic of Korea (Seoul, KEMCO), Russia (Moscow, VNIINM, RSC KI, NIKIET; Gatchina PNPI RAS), Spain (Valencia, UPV), USA (Argonne, ANL),

      Modernization of the IBR-2 reactor to enhance efficiency of experimental investigations in the fields of nuclear physics and condensed matter, and to improve basic characteristics, service reliability and safety of the reactor.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)*
2007
2008
2009
1. Manufacturing of stationary reflectors, rolling shieldings and water moderators
200.0
140.0
-
2. Design and manufacturing of safety control system (SCS)
280.0/400.0
205.0/400.0
-/400.0
3. Dismantling of the equipment being replaced
155.0
20.0
100.0
4. Assembling of the IBR-2M equipment
-
80.0
100.0
5. Design, manufacturing and assembling of the IBR-2M cryogenic moderators complex
165.0/100.0
255.0/100.0
350.0
Total :
800.0/500.0
700.0/500.0
550.0/400.0
Total in 2007  2009:
2050.0/1400.0

*Note: JINR budgetary funds are specified in the numerator and planned extra-budgetary funds from ROSATOM  in the denominator.

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04-4-1052-2004/2008

Development and Creation of Elements of Neutron Spectrometers
for Condensed Matter Investigations

Leaders: A.V. Belushkin
V.I. Prikhodko

Belarus (Minsk, BSU, ISEU), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS), China (Mianyang, INPC CAEP), France (Grenobl, ILL; Saclay, LLB), Germany (Berlin, HMI; Heidelberg, Univ.; Julich, ESS FZJ, IFF FZJ; Magdeburg, OvGU; Munich, TUM; Zeuthen, DESY), Hungary (Budapest, KFKI RMKI), Latvia (Riga, CFI LU), JINR (VBLHE, LIT), Romania (Bucharest, INCDIE ICPE-CA), Russia (Gatchina PNPI RAS; Moscow, RRC KI, MEPhI; Nizhny Novgorod IPM RAS; Troitsk, INR RAS; Yekaterinburg, IMP UD RAS), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, IMS SAS), United Kingdom (Didcot, RAL).

      Development of promising gas and scintillation neutron detectors, of new generation of data acquisition systems, information and computing infrastructure, cryostats and cryomagnetic systems, neutron beam-forming systems and sample environment systems for condensed matter investigations at the IBR-2 reactor in accordance with the strategic development plan for JINR and the development program of the IBR-2M spectrometers complex.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Gas and scintillation neutron detectors
99.0
120.0
51.0
1.1. PSD based on multi-wire proportional chamber with individual readout from each wire      
  Design and manufacturing of the detector case and electrodes
6.0
   
  Purchase of analog electronics (NIM crate, high-voltage power supply and connectors)
7.0
   
  Purchase of equipment and materials for a clean room
8.0
5.0
 
  Design of ASIC read-out electronics in the University of Krakow
20.0
15.0
 
  Design of data acquisition electronics
5.0
   
  Detector assembling  
5.0
 
  Manufacturing of read-out electronics and data acquisition electronics  
20.0
 
  Testing of the detector with a source and on neutron beams at PNPI and SSC RRC KI    
3.0
1.2. Bent position-sensitive X-ray detector (in cooperation with INRNE BAS, Sofia)      
  Design and manufacturing of the detector case and electrodes
8.0
   
  Purchase of analog electronics (NIM crate, high-voltage power supply and connectors)
7.0
   
  Design and manufacturing of data acquisition electronics  
20.0
 
  Assembling and testing of the detector  
5.0
3.0
1.3. Module scintillation detector on the basis of matrix photomultipliers      
  Design of the detector, purchase of photomultipliers, electronic and optical components
10.0
10.0
10.0
  Design of the case
4.0
   
  Manufacturing of case elements and design of data accumulation scheme
10.0
   
  Programming of data acquisition system and purchase of computing techniques
6.0
   
  Manufacturing of 6 sections of the ASTRA detector for the FSD diffractometer
12.0
15.0
15.0
1.4. 2D PSD 200´ 200 based on multiwire proportional chambers with delay lines      
  Design and manufacturing of the detector case and electrodes  
25.0
 
  Design and manufacturing of data acquisition electronics    
20.0
2. Development and creation of new generation of data acquisition systems for IBR-2M spectrometers
40.0
37.0
41.0
2.1. Design, manufacturing and testing of electronic blocks (multicounter systems, data accumulation blocks for PSD, Fourier-analyzers, real time blocks, histogram memories, optical interfaces, etc.)
11.0
12.0
12.0
2.2. Development of the Sonix+ software package for remote control over experiments as well as on-line and off-line visualization programs (purchase and support of license software)
9.0
9.0
9.0
2.3. Modernization and support of infrastructure of engineer and programmer work places      
  Purchase of control instrumentation (oscilloscopes, generator, multimeters, PC upgrading, software CAD, CAE systems, general-purpose software)
20.0
16.0
20.0
3. Creation of new architecture of the FLNP local area network and change-over to gigabit rates
13.0
11.0
27.0
3.1. Creation of cable infrastructure of network segment of IBR-2 experimental halls (Gigabit Ethernet). Purchase of optical cable, payment for cable laying and assembling
6.0
3.0
3.0
3.2. Support of the FLNP information and computing infrastructure (purchase of software and expendable materials)
7,0
8,0
8,0
3.3. Purchase and installation of gigabit network switches    
16,0
4. Cryostats and cryomagnetic systems.
28.0
35.0
50.0
4.1. Purchase of cryocooler PT403
28.0
   
4.2. Assembling of vacuum test bench      
4.3. Design, purchase of equipment and manufacturing of cryogenic test bench  
15.0
 
4.4. Design, purchase of equipment and manufacturing of cryostat to work with superconducting magnets  
20.0
50.0
5. Neutron beam-forming systems and sample environment systems
65.0
97.0
131.0
5.1. Calculations and modeling of neutron guide, manufacturing of a set of vacuum housings and mechanical constructions of neutron guide
50.0
80.0
100.0
5.2. Development of CAN of control block of actuating mechanisms
3.0
   
5.3. Purchase of C+ 1 software for controller M167-1
2.0
   
5.4. Manufacturing of SMC-32-CAN blocks
5.0
5.0
7.0
5.5. Adjusting of blocks and debugging of software      
5.6. Replacement of electric drives of IBR-2M choppers  
5.0
15.0
5.7. Manufacturing of controllers for electric drives of choppers  
2.0
4.0
5.8. Support of machining facilities and purchase of instruments
5.0
5.0
5.0
Total:
245.0
300.0
300.0
Total in 2007  2009:
845.0

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04-5-1013-96/2008

Radiation Effects and Modification of Materials, Radioanalytical
and Radioisotopic Investigations at the FLNR Accelerators

Leaders: S.N. Dmitriev
P.Yu. Apel

Belarus (Gomel, GSU, MPRI NASB; Minsk, BSU, NC PHEP BSU, PMI NASB, RIAPP BSU), Bulgaria (Plovdiv, PU; Sofia, INRNE BAS, ISSP BAS, RAC BAS), China (Beijing, Beijing Fert Co; Shanghai, SINAP CAS), Czech Republic (Prague, VP; Rez, NPI ASCR), Egypt (Cairo, TIMS), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI; Dresden, HWM, TUD; Quealinburg, ISI, SDK-Technik), Hungary (Budapest, ELTE, KFKI RMKI), Japan (Takasaki, JAERI), JINR (Dubna, DLNP, FLNP, LIT, LRB, VBLHE), Kazakhstan (Almaty, INP NNC RK, PTI MS-NAS RK), Mongolia, (Ulaanbaatar, NRC NUM), Poland (Lublin, LUT, MCSU; Otwock-Swierk, IAE; Warsaw, INChT, WU), Russia (Moscow, CCS, IBP, IC RAS, IMET RAS, ISPM RAS, ITEP, LPI RAS, MATI, MEPhI, MIEM, MUCTR, SSDI, Tehnomedexport, Trackpore Technology; Novosibirsk, ISP SB RAS; Obninsk, IPPE; St. Petersburg, NIIEFA, IPTI RAS Troits, ISAN; Yekaterinburg, IEP UB RAS, Zarechn, IRM), Romania (Bucharest, INFLPR), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CC SR, CU), Switzerland (Geneva, HUG), Tajikistan (Hodjent, HSU), Ukraine (Zaporozhye, ZSU), United Kingdom (London, Middlesex Univ.),USA (Atlanta, Analytics, Inc.; Glasgow, Graver Tech.).

      Studies on the radiation damage physics of alloys, monocrystals and polymers at their bombardment with 0.5-100 MeV/A heavy ions. Production of ultra-pure isotopes. Design and creation of accelerator complexes of heavy ions and protons and matching technologies for condensed matter investigations and production of radionuclides for nuclear medicine and radio therapy.

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Investigations of radiation effects in condensed media
9.0
12.0
15.0
2. Investigation of materials with low energy ions using ECR ion source
9.0
11.0
15.0
3. Production of ultra-pure isotopes
9.0
11.0
12.0
4. Radioanalytical methods for environmental studies
8.7
11.0
12.0
5. Design of accelerator complexes for condensed matter investigations and production of radionuclides
Financing from nonbudgety money
Total :
35.7
45.0
54.0
Total in 2007  2009:
134.7

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04-9-1015-96/2008

 

Radiation and Radiobiological Investigations at the JINR Basic Facilities and in
the Environment

Leaders: E.A. Krasavin
G.N. Timoshenko

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI), Belarus (Minsk, BSU, IRB NASB), Bolgaria (Sofia, IE BAS, INRNE BAS, NCRRP), Czech Republic (Brno, IBP ASCR, IRG ASCR; Rez, NPI ASCR, NRI), Germany (Darmstadt, GSI), JINR (Dubna, VBLHE, DLNP, LIT, LPP, FLNP, UC), Poland (Cracow, NINP PAS; Otwock-Swierk, IAE; Warsaw, INChT), Russia (Moscow, IBMP RAS, MMA, MSU, RCRC RAMS; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Protvino, IHEP; Puschino, ITEB RAS), Romania (Bucharest, U.M.F. "Carol Davila"), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CU, IPCM, SIM; Kosice, IAP SAS), Ukraine (Kiev, ICBGE NASU), Vietnam (Hanoi, IPE VAST).

      The fundamental research of the mechanisms of the mutagenic damages produced by heavy charged particles with different energies at the JINR basic facilities. The study of the biological effects of the ionizing radiation with various LET values. The mathematical modeling of the radiation-induced effects in biological substance. The calculation of radiation transport in matter and radiation situation behind the shields.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Radiobiological research at the JINR basic facilities
23.0
34.0
49.0
1.1. Acquisition of the reagents for the molecular and citogenetic analysis of the eukaryote cells
5.0
5.0
5.0
1.2. Acquisition of the modern equipments for molecular and citogenetic analysis of the biological patterns
10.0
12.0
 
1.3. Acquisition of the retail materials for work with different types cells
5.0
5.0
5.0
1.4. Acquisition of the modern biological boxes for work with cell cultures
3.0
 
3.0
1.5. Acquisition of the device for the DNA damages visualization (scanning microscope, D-camera, soft)  
12.0
6.0
1.6. Acquisition of the fluorescence spectrometer and other instruments for the photoradiobiological investigation    
20.0
1.7. Development, production and acquisition of the necessary components for the design of the installation for single cells and micro objects irradiation    
10.0
2. Radiation research
6.0
8.0
10.0
2.1. Development of the methods for wide-energy neutron spectrometry
2.0
1.5
 
2.2. Design and creation of the devices for the irradiation of the biological patters by the heavy ion beams  
4.0
4.0
2.3. Acquisition of the activation detectors and standard gamma-sources
1,0
 
2.0
2.4. Acquisition of the electronic units for the radiation spectrometers  
2.5
2.0
2.5. Development of the computing base for the calculation of the radiation effects in matter
3.0
 
2.0
3. ISTC
30.0
30.0
30.0
Total :
59.0
72.0
89.0
Total in 2007  2009:
220.0

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Networking, Computing, Computational Physics

 

 

05-6-1048-2003/2007

Information, Computer and Network Support of JINRs Activity

Leaders: V.V. Ivanov
V.V. Korenkov
P.V. Zrelov

Armenia(Yerevan, YerPhI, YSU), Azerbaijan (Baku, IP ANAS), Belarus (Minsk, NC PHEP BSU, UIIP NASB), Bulgaria (Sofia, INRNE BAS, SU), CERN (Geneva), Czech Republic, (Prague, IP ASCR; Rez, NPI ASCR), Georgia, (Tbilisi, IHEPI TSU), Germany, (Berlin, HMI; Hamburg, DESY; Heidelberg, CERTON, KIP; Karlsruhe, FZK; Rossendorf, FZR; Zeuthen, DESY), JINR (Dubna, BLTP, DLNP, LRB, FLNP, FLNR, LPP, VBLHE, SCAR, STL, Publ. Dep.), Moldova (Kishinev, ASM, IAP ASM), Poland (Cracow, CYFRONET; Poznan, IP AMU), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH) Russia (Moscow, CC RAS, IMAMOD RAS, IOC RAS, IPI RAN, ISP RAS, ITEP, JSCC RAS, KIAM RAS, KM, MIET, MSU, RCC MSU, RIPN, RRC KI, RSCC, SINP MSU; Cherkessk, KCSTA; Chernogolovka, SCC IPCP RAS; Dubna, Adm. of Dubna, BSINP MSU, Dedal, Dubna Univ., Raduga, SCC Dubna; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Nizhniy Arkhyz, SAO RAS; Novosibirsk, BINP SB RAS; Pereslavl-Zalesskiy, PSI RAS; Protvino, IHEP; Puschino, IMPB RAS; St. Petersburg, IHPCDB; Troitsk, INR RAS), Slovak Republic (Bratislava, CC SAS; Kosice, UPJS), South Africa (Cape Town, UCT), Sweden (Lund, LU), Ukraine (Kharkov, KFTI NASU), USA (Chicago, UChicago; Pasadena, CALTECH), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, IAP NUU, II UAS).

      Provision of theoretical and experimental research conducted by the JINR Member State institutes at JINR and other scientific centers with modern telecommunication, network and information resources. In order to fulfill the task, it is necessary: to provide JINR and its Member States with high-speed telecommunication data links; to create a high-speed, reliable and protected local area network of JINR; to create and provide a maintenance of the distributed high-performance computing infrastructure and mass storage resources; to provide information, algorithmic and software support of programming environment of the research-and-production activity of the Institute; to develop a Grid-segment of JINR and to provide its introduction in the European and global Grid-structures.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Information, computer and network support of JINR's activity      
1.1. Research work.
138.0
170.4
209.6
1.2. Development and maintenance of the JINR informational - computational
infrastructure (networks, external data links and computers)
102.2
125.7
154.6
Total :
240.7
296.1
364.2
Total in 2007  2009:
901.0

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05-6-1060-2003/2007

Mathematical Support of Experimental and Theoretical Studies Conducted by
JINR

Leaders: V.V. Ivanov
Gh. Adam
P.V. Zrelov

Armenia (Yerevan, YerPhI, YSU), Austria (Linz, RISC),Bangladesh (Gazipur, BOU), Belarus (Minsk, IM NASB), Belgium (Brussels, ULB; Leuven, K.U.Leuven; Liege, ULg), Brazil (San Paulo, USP), Bulgaria (Sofia, IMech BAS, IMI BAS, INRNE BAS, IPP BAS, SU, TU-Sofia; Rousse, RU), Canada (Calgary, UofC; London, UWO; Toronto, IBM Lab), CERN (Geneva), Czech Republic (Prague, CTU, CU; Liberec, TUL; Rez, NPI ASCR), Egypt (Cairo, AEA, CU), Georgia (Tbilisi, IC GAS, RMI GAS, TSU), Germany (Berlin, FUB, HUB; Aachen, RWTH; Cottbus, BTU; Darmstadt, GSI; Dresden, IFW, MPI-PkS; Essen, Univ.; Giessen, JLU; Hamburg, DESY; Heidelberg, KIP, MPI-K; Julich, IKP FZJ; Kaiserslautern, TU; Karlsruhe, FZK, Univ.; Kassel, UNIK; Leipzig, Univ.; Munich, TUM; Potsdam, AIP; Rostock, Univ.; Stuttgart, Univ.; Tubingen, Univ.; Weingarten, FH), Greece (Athens, Univ.; Thessaloniki, AUTH; Volos, UT), Hungary (Budapest, KFKI RMKI), ICTP (Trieste), Italy (Catania, Univ.; Pisa, Univ.; Turin, INFN), Japan (Hakodate, FUN; Osaka, Kansai Univ.; Tsukuba, Univ.), France (Strasbourg, IReS), JINR (Dubna, BLTP, DLNP, FLNP, FLNR, LPP, VBLHE, LRB, UC, SCAR), Kazakhstan (Almaty, INP NNC RK, PTI MS-NAS RK), Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar, SMCS NUM), Norway (Bergen, UiB), Poland (Warsaw, FP WUT, SINS; Cracow, AGH-UST, IP JU, NINP PAS; Lodz, SINS; Otwock-Swierk, IAE, SINS; Poznan, AMU), Portugal (Coimbra, Univ.), Romania (Bucharest, IFIN-HH, ISS), Russia (Moscow, CC RAS, IKI RAS, IMAMOD RAS, IPP RAS, MEPhI, MIREA, MGTU, MSU, PFUR, RCC MSU, RRC KI, SINP MSU; Belgorod, BSU; Gatchina, PNPI RAS; Kazan, ZPhTI RAS; Kostroma, KSU; Perm, PSU; Protvino, IHEP; Puschino, IMPB RAS, ITEB RAS; Saratov, SSU; St. Petersburg, FIP, PDMI, SPbSU; Tver, TvSU), Slovak Republic (Kosice, IEP SAS, TU), South Africa (Cape Town, UCT), Sweden (Uppsala, UU; Stockholm, KTH, SU; Lund, LU), Taiwan (Chung-Li, NCU; Taipei, AS), Tajikistan (Dushanbe, TGNU; Hodjent, HSU), Ukraine (Kiev, BITP NASU, IC NASU, IM NASU; Kharkov, ILTPE NASU, IME NASU, KFTI NASU, STEPC NASU), United Kingdom (Belfast, Univ.; Manchester, Univ.), USA (Boston, UMass; Los Angeles, UCLA), Uzbekistan (Tashkent, Assoc.P.-S. PTI, INP UAS), Vietnam (Hanoi, VNU).

      Performance of top research in computational mathematics and computational physics, aimed at solving specific problems arising in experimental and theoretical research carried out with the direct participation of JINR. The basic part of this activity covers: the mathematical description and algorithmic reformulation of the physical models such as to meet the requirement of computing solution in polynomial time; development of methods and algorithms, capable to extract physically insightful information from experimental data; simulation of physical processes within experimental installations; algorithm implementation into efficient and reliable hardware adapted programs. The successful realization of such interdisciplinary research efforts assumes: development of mathematical methods and tools for modeling physical processes and experimental data analysis; creation of methods and numerical algorithms for modeling magnetic systems and charged particle beams transportation; development of software and computer complexes for experimental data processing; elaboration of numerical algorithms and software for simulation of complex physical systems; development of methods, algorithms and software of computer algebra; development of computing tools of a new generation.

Schedule and cost estimation of the project:

Activity
Funding in k$
(materials, visits, contracts)
2007
2008
2009
1. Mathematical support of experimental and theoretical studies conducted by JINR      
1.1. Methods and tools for simulation of physical processes and analysis of experimental data. Software and computer complexes for experimental data processing
30.1
37.0
45.5
1.2. Numerical methods, algorithms and software for simulation of complex physical systems. Methods and numerical algorithms for modelling magnetic systems
25.0
30.8
37.9
1.3. Methods, algorithms and software of computer algebra. New computing paradigms
11.1
13.6
16.7
Total :
66.2
81.4
100.1
Total in 2007  2009:
247.7

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