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Vice-Director of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research

Richard Lednický, Doctor of Physics and Mathe matics.

Date and place of birth:

14 October 1945, Vitkovice (Ostrava), Czechoslovakia


1968 Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, Charles University, Prague
1973 Candidate of Science (Phys. and Math.) («Pair Resonance Production in π+ p Interactions»)
1990 Doctor of Science (Phys. and Math.) («Multiple Particle and Resonance Production, Spin Correlations»)

Professional career:

1969–1990 Junior Scientist, Scientist, Researcher, Senior and Leading Scientist (Laboratory of High Energies (LHE), JINR)
Since 1975 Researcher, Senior Scientist (Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences)
1987–1988 Research at CERN
1990–1992 Leading Scientist (Laboratory of Particle Physics (LPP), JINR)
2001–2005 Deputy Director, LPP, JINR
2005 Acting Director, LPP, JINR
Since 2006 JINR Vice-Director
2007–2008 Acting Director, LPP, JINR

Scientific-organizational activities:

1988–1992, 2007 Member of the Scientific-Technical Council, LHE, JINR
1989–1992 Member of the Scientific-Coordinating Council on high energy physics, JINR
1991–1992 Member of the Scientific Council of Czech staff members at JINR
Since 1996 Member of the Executive Committee, DIRAC collaboration
2001–2008 Member of the Scientific-Technical Council, LPP, JINR
Since 2003 Member of the Scientific-Technical Council, JINR
Since 2006 Member of the Executive Committee of the STAR project (BNL, USA) and co-leader of the STAR group at JINR
Since 2007 Member of the Executive Committee of the NICA/MPD project at JINR
Since 2008 Member of the Scientific-Coordinating Council of VBLHEP, JINR

Educational activities:

Supervision of graduation and other theses

Research interests:

Experimental and theoretical particle physics, chiral symmetry, gauge theories, QCD analysis of structure functions, studies of spin effects, particle interferometry, polarization effects, measuring life-time of pionium

Scientific publications:

Author of more than 400 papers and reviews on high energy physics, including multiple production and correlation femtoscopy
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