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At meetings of the PAC. An adjustment of plans

The 38th meeting of the JINR Programme Advisory Committee for Nuclear Physics chaired by Professor W. Greiner was held on 20-21 June 2013.  A report of S.N. Dmitriev “Results of three years of work accomplished at FLNR under the Seven-Year Plan for the Development of JINR 2010–2016 (Status of the DRIBs-III project)” was the one of the milestones of the PAC meeting together with topics reports and proposals on new topics. A.G. Olshevski spoke about the neutrino programme at JINR.

The following scientific reports were presented at the meeting: M.V. Frontasyeva "State of the art in neutron activation analysis at the IBR-2 reactor" and W. Furman "Research of accelerator-driven systems at JINR and their development prospects".

Participants of the meeting visited the A.N. Sissakian Educational Center in the University “Dubna” (at the photo) on 21 June 2013. They were welcomed by Rector of the University “Dubna” D.V. Fursaev and Professor Yu.A. Panebrattsev who leads the company "InterGraphics" which implements the project on visualization of natural-science education along with his scientific and educational activity at JINR.

JINR Vice-Director Professor M.G. Itkis gave his comments on the milestones of the PAC meeting:
– Summing up the results of the three PAC meetings, and the PAC for Nuclear Physics were the concluding PAC, we can say that this was a final rehearsal of a report on the implementation status of projects of the JINR Seven-Year Development Plan for 2010-2016 before the September session of the JINR Scientific Council and the session of the Committee of Plenipotentiaries of the Governments of the JINR Member States. We have to make the final adjustment of our plans up to 2016, even considering 2017–2018.

You can read the entire comment of Professor M.G. Itkis here (in Russian).
Evgeny Molchanov