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JINR FLNP and LIT Deputy Directors vacancies

THE CALL FOR GRANTS AND JOINT PROJECT PROPOSALS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION BETWEEN ROMANIA AND IUCN IN 2018, WAS LAUNCHED.

20 December 2017

Forms:

The deadline for submitting the applications for grants and projects is January 31, 2018.

Proposals for grants and projects can be submitted in electronic format to jinr@ifa-mg.ro or by post to the Institute of Atomic Physics address: Atomistilor, 407, Magurele, Ilfov county, 077125.

Additional information can be obtained by e-mail at: jinr@ifa-mg.ro.


General presentation - IUCN-Dubna

JINR – Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Moscow region, Russian Federation (http://www.jinr.ru/main-en/) is an international intergovernmental scientific organization, founded in 1956. At present, JINR has 18 member states, including Romania which was one of the founder states of the JINR since 26 March 1956. JINR enjoys wide international recognition due to the remarkable scientific results achieved over time. JINR mainly carries out basic (theoretical and experimental) research in the fields of particle physics, nuclear physics and physics of condensed matter using nuclear methods. The experimental basis of the JINR provides excellent opportunities for applied research in various areas of great interest. JINR has also a rich educational program, specifically dedicated to students, with a view to preparing them for the research areas of the institute, that are of interest to the Member States.

Romania's participation in JINR is regulated by Law no. 49/1994 ratifying the Statute of the Unified Nuclear Research Institute. The JINR supreme body is the Committee of Plenipotentiaries of the Governments of the JINR Member States alongside the Scientific Council and the Financial Committee. The management of Romania's current co-operation with JINR is ensured by the Plenipotentiary Representative, with the support of Romania-JINR Committee, consultative body of the Ministry of Research and Innovation.

The scientific cooperation between Romania and IUCN is mainly carried out through: long-term planned visits to JINR (minimum 90 days, with employment); work visits (maximum 30 days); grants and joint projects (between Romanian institutions and JINR laboratories) funded from Romania's contribution to JINR, according to the directions foreseen in the JINR Thematic Plan for International Research and Cooperation (http://wwwinfo.jinr.ru/plan/ptp-2018/title_a8.htm). The management of JINR grants and projects is provided by the Institute of Atomic Physics (IFA) with the support of the Romania-JINR Committee.

The economic cooperation between Romania and JINR can be achieved through contracts funded from Romania's contribution to JINR, based on requests made by IUCN laboratories /subunits and on agreements with Romanian organizations and enterprises, with the agreement of the JINR Directorate and of the Plenipotentiary Representative of the Romanian Government to JINR.


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