V.V. Voronov. 111 st Session of the JINR Scientific Council February 16-17, Dubna, 2012. BLTP’s Scientific Policy Development of research in Theoretical Physics on the basis of Advanced Mathematics;
111st Session of the JINR Scientific Council
February 16-17, Dubna, 2012
Development of research in Theoretical Physics
on the basis of Advanced Mathematics;
Support of the JINR Experimental Programme;
Strengthening of the efficiency of scientific staff through
the interplay of Research and Education.
– Theory of Elementary Particles and Fields
– Nuclear Theory, Nuclear Structure and Dynamics
– Theory of Condensed Matter and New Materials
– Modern Mathematical Physics
– Research and Education Project
“Dubna International School of Theoretical Physics” (DIAS-TH)
Activities in 2007-2011
Publications: Monographs & Textbooks ~11, Journals ~1260, Total ~2240
International co-authors ~ 60%
More than200 lecture coursesfor
the students and PhD students of
DIAS-TH, JINR UC, Moscow Uni. ,
Dubna Uni., MPTI, etc.
Total - 67
DIAS-TH and Helmholtz Schools - 16
Defence of Scientific Degrees
Doctor - 11, PhD - 25
Russia - 29
Member states, other countries -7
RFBR, Dinasty, etc ~ 90
Grant of the RF President for young sc. - 4
BLTP fellowships for young sc. - 48
JINR grants for young sc. - 18
BLTP-APCTP, South Korea (since’07)
BLTP-ITP CAS, China (since VII '10)
BLTP and IP VAST, Vietnam (since VIII '11)
JINR – Ukraine (since III’11)
Bogoliubov Program on Theoretical Physics
methods of theoretical research is needed
to support the JINR experimental programs.
Enhancement of coordination of different
theoretical groups participating in this
business is desirable.
in astrophysics and cosmology. This requires
new conceptual ideas and development
of new methods.
Important components:Development of cooperation with the Member States and other countries.Organization of international schools, conferences, and workshops .Training and lecturing for students, PhD students and young scientists.Enhancement of the theory groups by young scientists in order to guarantee the theory development in future. Progress of available computational capacities to support considerable computational power for numerical calculations.