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V. Kantser: the mission of the PAC is to develop an effective course

The 38th meeting of the Programme Advisory Committee for Condensed Matter Physics was held on 17-18 June in Dubna. Participants of the meeting were acquainted with the decisions of the last sessions of the JINR Scientific Council and the Committee of Plenipotentiaries of the JINR Member States.

Experts of the PAC knew about the current state of the IBR-2M facility from a report of S.A. Kulikov on the concluding theme: "Development of the IBR-2M Reactor with a Complex of Cryogenic Neutron Moderators" and a report of D.P. Kozlenko “Research in the field of condensed matter physics at the modernized IBR-2 reactor: current state and future prospects”. Planned development of the spectrometer complex of the reactor will be continued: participants of the meeting were informed about status of the DN-6 diffractometer, NERA-PR spectrometer, GRAINS reflectometer.

The following scientific reports were presented at the meeting: V.A. Skuratov "Radiation stability of nanostructured materials irradiated with heavy ions of fission fragment energy", S.A. Kozhevnikov "Neutron sonde microscopy for the investigation of magnetic microstructures", N.M. Plakida "Spin-fluctuation mechanism of high-temperature superconductivity in cuprates".

A visit to the complex «Beta» on the right-side part of the SEZ «Dubna» (at the photo) concluded the first day of the PAC. Young scientists from BLTP participated in the traditional poster session of the PAC.

Chairman of the PAC Academician of the NAS of Moldova V. Kantser gave his comments on the PAC meeting to a correspondent of the JINR weekly newspaper "Dubna: science, community, progress" which you can read at the web site of the newspaper.

Correspondent of the JINR weekly newspaper "Dubna: science, community, progress" Olga Tarantina
Photo by Elena Puzynina