The XXI International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists (AYSS-2017)

Europe/Moscow
Description

The XXI International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists (AYSS-2017) will be held on 2 - 6 October 2017. The Conference is held annually and attended by students, young scientists and specialists from scientific centers over the world. The proceedings will be published in special issues of refereed journal. Participation in the Conference will be confirmed by a certificate.
 

TOPICS 

Within the framework of the Conference leading scientists will give lectures on the recent theoretical, experimental and applied investigations conducted in JINR with emphasis on the major results obtained at JINR. All participants are encouraged to submit abstracts on the following topics:

  • Theoretical Physics
  • Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
  • High Energy Physics
  • Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
  • Experimental Nuclear Physics
  • Applied Research
  • Information Technology
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Life Science

PARTICIPANTS

Students, young scientists and specialists under 35 years from all over the world are invited to participate in the Conference with oral or/and poster presentations. The registration will be open until July 23, 2017. Right after the registration you will receive a confirmation about your participation from the Organizing Committee. The abstracts of presentations will be accepted until July 23, 2017.


SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD:
 
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
 
Oleg Belov (LRB JINR) Co-chairman: Alexey Aparin
Alexey Guskov (DLNP JINR) Co-chairman: Vratislav Chudoba
Michal Hnatič (BLTP JINR) Olga Belova
Alexander Karpov (FLNR JINR) Olga Derenovskaya
Otilia Culicov (FLNP JINR)  Alexandra Friesen
Branko Matovic (VINS, Belgrade) Svetlana Gertsenberger
Sergey Merts (VLHEP JINR) Dmitry Klimansky
Dmitry Podgainy (LIT JINR Krystian Roslon
Grigory D. Shirkov (JINR) Anna Rybakova
Ivan Štekl (CTU, Prague) Azat Slyamov
  Alexander Verkheev


THE WORKING LANGUAGE of the Conference is English.

REGISTRATION FEE is 4000 RUB.
Registration fee covers organizing expenses, coffee breaks and social programme.

SECTIONS


During the conference, the participants will present their reports in nine topical sections.


    • 08:00 09:00
      Registration

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    • 09:00 09:30
      Opening Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 09:30 10:30
      Plenary session: Hnatič Michal: "Quantum Field Theory Methods in Complex Classical Systems" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break/Photo 30m
    • 11:00 12:00
      Plenary session: Sidorin Anatoly "Project NICA" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 12:00 13:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 13:30 15:15
      Falling Wall Lab
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: Applied Research: Section 1, Part 1 Room 406, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 406, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        The environmental benefits of the implementation of first Polish nuclear power plant 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maciej Cholewinski (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, The Chair of Energy Technologies, Turbines and Modelling of Thermal and Fluid Flow Processes)
      • 13:45
        Ferromagnetic nanotubes as carriers for targeted delivery of drug and protein 15m
        Speaker: Ms Alena Shumskaya («Scientific-Practical Materials Research Center NAS of Belarus»)
      • 14:00
        Preparation the map of concentration alpha-radiation radon gas in building of Warsaw University of Technology. 15m
        Speaker: Mr Karol Bolek (Warsaw University of Technology)
      • 14:15
        Determination of 238,239+240Pu, 241Am, 244Cm, 90Sr and 137Cs activities collected on dust masks during visiting Pripyat city using sequential radiochemical procedure 15m
        Speaker: Mr Tomasz Mróz (Pedagogical University in Cracow)
      • 14:30
        The neutron imaging study of cultural heritage items from Tver treasure 15m
        Speaker: Kuanysh Nazarov (JINR)
      • 14:45
        Simulating security hazards in the process of methanol storage 15m
        Speaker: Mr Krzysztof Ksiądzyna (The General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military Academy of Land Forces in Wrocław)
      • 15:00
        Influence of Model Parameters on Magnetic Moment Reversal in SFS Structure 15m
        Speaker: Ms Margarita Mikhailova (Dubna State University)
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: Condensed Matter Physics: Section 1, Part 1 Room 407, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 407, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Crystal structure and physicochemical properties of Diisopropyloammonium Iodide 15m
        Speaker: Ms Klaudia Mencel (Faculty of Chemistry, University of Wroclaw)
      • 13:45
        Preparation of antimicrobial gold-cobalt ferrite nanocomposites 15m
        Speaker: Dr Sonja Jovanović (Laboratory of Physics, Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
      • 14:00
        Fe/Me bimetallic nanostructures: synthesis and magnetic properties 15m
        Speaker: Dr Zhazgul Kelgenbaeva (Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic)
      • 14:15
        Crystal structure and physicochemical properties of a new ferroelectric material 15m
        Speaker: Ms Martyna Wojciechowska (University of Wroclaw)
      • 14:30
        Molecular dynamics simulation of TiO2 nanoparticles using DFTB+ code 15m
        Speaker: Mr Mulatedzi Gandamipfa (University of Limpopo)
      • 14:45
        Neutron diffraction study of nanocrystalline nonstoichiometric niobium carbide powders 15m
        Speaker: Mr Vitalii Kuznetsov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 15:00
        Electrode preparation for operando diffraction investigations in FLNP JINR 15m
        Speaker: Dr Olga Ivanshina (JINR)
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: Theoretical Physics: Section 1, Part 1 Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Magnetization reversal by superconducting current in superconductor/ferromagnetic/superconductor Josephson junctions 15m
        Speaker: Dr Ilhom Rahmonov (BLTP, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 13:45
        Effective quantum dynamics in a weakly anharmonic interaction in the vicinity of a focusing point 15m
        Speaker: Dr Marko Ćosić (Vinca institute of nuclear sciencies)
      • 14:00
        Electromagnetic and strong anomalies in two-photon decays of pseudoscalar mesons 15m
        Speaker: Yaroslav Klopot (BLTP JINR)
      • 14:15
        False vacuum decay in quantum mechanics and scalar field theory 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maxim Bezuglov (JINR)
      • 14:30
        Tunneling of Two Bosonic Atoms From a One-Dimensional Anharmonic Trap 15m
        Speaker: Mr Ilyas Ishmukhamedov (Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 14:45
        Neon three - atomic clusters within Faddeev approach 15m
        Speaker: Mr Artem Korobitsin (Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 15:00
        Some application of holography to study strongly correlated system 15m
        Speaker: Ms Neha Bhatnagar (Banaras Hindu University)
    • 15:15 15:45
      Coffee break 30m
    • 15:45 17:15
      Falling Wall Lab
    • 15:45 17:15
      Oral session: Applied Research: Section 1, Part 2 Room 406, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 406, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        Two-section HTS electromagnet in laboratory reaserch 15m
        Speaker: Krzysztof Malinowski (Lublin University of Technology)
      • 16:00
        Investigation of the cold process pipe rupture mechanism 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maciej Dziewiecki (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology)
      • 16:15
        The new Safirinium P and Q derivatives for improved detection by mass spectrometry 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Magdalena Wierzbicka (student)
      • 16:30
        Preliminary result of investigation of the metal composition of coins from Phanagoria's treasure by method of neutron resonance capture analysis 15m
        Speaker: Mr Almat Yergashov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 16:45
        Effect of nanostructured carbon additives on the functional characteristics of electrodes of lithium-ion batteries 15m
        Speaker: Meir Yerdauletov (jinr)
      • 17:00
        Synthesis and characterization of spider silk coated with maghemite nanoparticles 15m
        Speaker: Ms Svetlana Dmitrovic (VINCA Institute of nuclear sciences Material science laboratory P.O. Box 522, 11001 Belgrade, Serbia)
    • 15:45 17:30
      Oral session: Condensed Matter Physics: Section 1, Part 2 Room 407, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 407, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        Surface and structural properties of potassium-doped glassy carbon irradiated with swift heavy ions 15m
        Speaker: Dr Zoran JOVANOVIĆ
      • 16:00
        Nonequilibrium and spintronics effects in superconducting structures 15m
        Speaker: Mr majed abdel salam nashaat abdel ghani (lecture assistant- faculty of Science - Cairo university)
      • 16:15
        Special aspects of structure of complex nanostructured oxides of iron and manganese under high pressure 15m
        Speaker: Ms Nadezhda Belozerova (FLNP)
      • 16:30
        Synthesis of gold coated iron oxide nanoparticles. 15m
        Speaker: Ms Dinara Tulebayeva (L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University)
      • 16:45
        TAGGED NEUTRONS AS A TOOL FOR STUDYING INELASTIC SCATTERING OF NEUTRONS ON NUCLEI 15m
        Investigation of neutron-induced nuclear reactions is very important for fundamental and applied nuclear physics. In particular, the reaction of inelastic scattering of 14 MeV neutrons on nuclei is used for detection of illegal and dangerous substances with the help of the tagged neutron method. Accurate data on the cross sections and angular distributions of the reaction products are needed both, for improvement of the accuracy of the method, and for developing the comprehensive theoretical model of the inelastic scattering process. In the framework of the “TANGRA” (Tagged Neutrons & Gamma Rays) project inelastic scattering of 14.1 MeV neutrons is explored using the tagged neutrons method, which helps to reduce the background and increase tge accuracy of experimental data. Recently the “TANGRA” setup was upgraded and new data on the distribution of the gamma-radiation emitted by the inelastic scattering of 14.1 MeV neutrons on a number of light nuclei was obtained.
        Speaker: Mr Nikita Fedorov (JINR; SINP MSU)
      • 17:00
        The effect of ACID on the structural properties of nanoparticles based on Fe304 iron oxide 15m
        Speaker: Ms Assel Yermekova (Yermekovna)
      • 17:15
        Synthesis, properties and potential applications of Fe / Ni-based nanostructures 15m
        Speaker: Мадина Уразаева (Алмазовна)
    • 15:45 18:00
      Oral session: Theoretical Physics: Section 1, Part 2 Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        SU(4) Polyakov linear-sigma model: Quark-hadron phase structure of QCD matter in finite temperature and density 15m
        Speaker: Mr ABDEL MAGIED ABDEL AAL DIAB (Egyptian Center for Theoretical Physics (ECTP ), Modern University for Technology and Information (MTI ), 11571 Cairo, Egypt)
      • 16:00
        Color Confinement, Chiral symmetry breaking and Phase transition at finite temperature using Field Decomposition Formalism 15m
        Speaker: Ms Garima Punetha (kumaun University)
      • 16:15
        Spectral Triples in Particle Physics 15m
        The classical description of the Standard Model of Particle Physics is rather complicated and it is not so easy to see hidden fundamental structures behind such description. On the other hand we know that theories like the General Relativity can be simply described using geometrical objects. It is a natural question if it is possible to find some purely geometric description of other gauge-like theories, especially the Standard Model. It turns out that it is possible, but instead of classical notion of geometry we need to extend it to the case of so-called Noncommutative Geometries. This generalization, based on the ideas of Gelfand and Naimark, leads to the notion of Connes' spectral triples as basic objects which are used to define the geometry. The main ideas how to apply it to the description of the Standard Model will be presented. Moreover, the problems within this approach and open questions will be formulated. Possible applications to find physical restrictions of minimal extensions of the Standard Model will be presented.
        Speaker: Mr Arkadiusz Bochniak (Jagiellonian University)
      • 16:30
        Gluing operation and form factors of local operators in N=4 SYM 15m
        The gluing operation is an effective way to get form factors of both local and non-local operators starting from different representations of on-shell scattering amplitudes. In this talk we show how it works on the example of form factors of operators from stress-tensor operator supermultiplet in Grassmannian and spinor helicity representations.
        Speaker: Mr Artem Bolshov (JINR)
      • 16:45
        Magnetoelectric Effect in Lorentz-violating Extensions of the Standard Model 15m
        Speaker: Dr Oleg Kharlanov (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
      • 17:00
        Particle production and Freezeout Parametrs including excluded volume corrections at NICA energies 15m
        Speaker: Mr Mahmoud Nasar (Assistant Lecturer)
      • 17:15
        Investigation of exotic states in light nuclei 15m
        Speaker: Mr Daniyar Janseitov (BLTP)
      • 17:30
        Production of ρη meson pair in electron-positron annihilation 15m
        Speaker: Mr Kanat Nurlan (JINR)
      • 17:45
        Phase diagram of hadronic matter in effective QCD models 15m
        Speaker: Ms Alexandra Friesen (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
        Slides
    • 08:30 09:30
      Plenary session: Olshevsky Aleksander: "JINR neutrino program, part 1" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 09:30 10:30
      Plenary session: Kolesnikov Vadim "NICA: status of the project and prospects for the study of strongly interacting matter in A+A collisions at JINR" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 09:30
        Coffee break 30m
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break 30m
    • 11:00 11:30
      Plenary session: Dr. Roman PASECHNIK (Lund University) On the way towards a phenomenologically consistent GUT Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 11:30 13:30
      Lunch 2h
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: Applied Research: Section 2 Room 406, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 406, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Anti-oxidant activity of commonly used food products (clove and Honey) to mitigate the deleterious effect of oxidative stress and liver injury induced by CCl4 15m
        Speaker: Mr Mohamad Taha Abdelrahman (Nuclear research center - Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority)
      • 13:45
        Combined detector model for the purpose of nuclear density measurement 15m
        Speaker: Dr Seyedmohammad Golgoun (Radiation Application Research School, Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute)
      • 14:00
        New experimental research stand svicka neutron field analysis using neutron activation detector technique 15m
        Speaker: Mr Jan Varmuza (Brno University of Technology)
      • 14:15
        Simulation of 10in SB-LOCA in typical PWR using MELCOR code 15m
        Speaker: Mr Mateusz MALICKI
      • 14:30
        Application of Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy for Structural Defect Studies 15m
        Speaker: Dr Krzysztof Siemek (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research,)
      • 14:45
        Preliminary result of investigation of the isotope composition of fibula from Podbolotyevsky burial ground (10th century AD) by method of neutron spectroscopy 15m
        Speaker: Nina Bazhazhina (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 15:00
        Research of catalytic properties of metallic nanotubes 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Milana Ibragimova (L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Satpaev str., 5, 010008 Astana, Kazakhstan)
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: Condensed Matter Physics: Section 2 Room 407, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 407, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Structural changes of fullerene clusters in polar / non-polar solvents 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Tetiana Nagorna (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 13:45
        Impact of poly (ethylene glycol) on the structure and interaction parameters of anionic surfactants micellar systems 15m
        Speaker: Oleksandr Artykulnyi (joint institute for nuclear research)
      • 14:00
        Kinetics of fullerene aggregation in polar liquids and their mixtures with water 15m
        Speaker: Timur Tropin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 14:15
        Study of MUPIX Sensor Performance Using TCAD Simulation 15m
        Speaker: Ms Annie Meneses Gonzalez (Master's Student)
      • 14:30
        DFT-based modeling of the structure of Co,Al-doped LiNiO2 cathode during delithiation 15m
        Speaker: Dr Roman Eremin (Samara Center for Theoretical Materials Science, Samara University)
      • 14:45
        Description of the NCA cathode materisl configurational space and elucidation of the dopants role in a structural stabilization 15m
        Speaker: Mr Pavel Zolotarev (SCTMS)
      • 15:00
        Optimization of Shielding-Collimator parameters for ING-27 neutron generator, ROMASHA setup, TANGRA project using MCNP5 15m
        Speaker: Ms Aya Hamdy Hegazy (University of Alexandria, Faculty of Engineering, Nuclear and Radiation department)
    • 13:30 15:45
      Oral session: High energy physics: Section 1 Conference hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Test bench for measurements of the NOvA scintillator properties at JINR 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Daria VELIKANOVA
      • 13:45
        Slow magnetic monopoles search in NOνA 15m
        Speaker: Mr Alexander Antoshkin (JINR)
        Slides
      • 14:00
        MC study of strange particle production in the NOvA Near Detector 15m
        Speaker: Mr Vladimir Allakhverdian (Russian Federation)
      • 14:15
        GERDA: latest results of the neutrino-less double beta decay search 15m
        Speaker: Mr Krzysztof Panas (Jagiellonian University)
      • 14:30
        The impact of the carbon-14 contamination in liquid scintillator on the sensitivity to the neutrino mass hierarchy determination in the JUNO experiment with Global Neutrino Analysis framework 15m
        Speaker: Konstantin Treskov (JINR)
      • 14:45
        The prototype of the optical module of the LAr TPC for the DUNE experiment. 15m
        Speaker: Mr Sergey Sokolov (Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics Russian Academy of Sciences)
      • 15:00
        East-West cosmic muon flux asymmetry 15m
        Speaker: Ms Olga Petrova (JINR)
        Slides
      • 15:15
        20-inch PMT photocathode surface uniformity testing for Juno experiment: methodology, apparatus, first results. 15m
        Speaker: Mr Denis Korablev (DLNP JINR)
      • 15:30
        Semileptonic decays of B_c mesons into charmonium states 15m
        Speaker: Dr Aidos Issadykov (Jinr)
        Slides
    • 16:30 18:20
      Poster session 2-nd and 3-rd floor (International conference hall)

      2-nd and 3-rd floor

      International conference hall

      • 16:30
        Analysis of performance of numerical simulation of physical processes in the system of long Josephson junctions at the HybriLIT cluster 1h 50m
        Investigation of a system of coupled Josephson junctions by mathematical modeling methods leads to the need of numerical solution of respective system of large number of nonlinear partial differential equations. An actual problem is to decrease the numerical simulation time, which can be done by the using of modern parallel programming technologies. We have calculated the IV-characteristics of the system of long Josephson junctions in parallel mode using the MPI technology. Analysis of the effect of numerical parameters on the computational time is carried out.
        Speaker: Mrs Adiba Rahmonova (Dubna state Univesity)
      • 16:30
        ANTIMATTER EXPERIMENTS: FACILITIES AND RESULTS 1h 50m
        In 1928 Paul Dirac creates an equation that combined quantum theory and special relativity to describe the behavior of an electron moving at a relativistic speed. Dirac’s equation posed a problem – it had a two possible solutions, one for an electron with positive energy and one for an electron with negative energy. Classical physics impose that the energy of a particle must always be a positive number. As an explanation of the problem Dirac suggested that for every particle there exist a corresponding antiparticle, exactly matching the particle but with opposite charge. This has been confirmed in 1932 by Carl Anderson who observed positron (antielectron) for the first time. Since that time many scientists have dealt with subject of antimatter, asking more and more questions about its nature, properties and possible applications. To make an answers possible it is necessary to have an appropriate research apparatus and conduct proper and reliable tests. The first big-scale installation allowing deepening knowledge in antimatter was “Bevatron” - with its use the existence of the antiproton was confirmed. In the later years, many studies were carried out, building larger and more complex installations like SPEAR, SPS, LEP, LEAR etc. Presently the most advanced research are carried out at CERN, with the present or future use of the Antiproton Decelerator, ACE, AEGIS, ATRAP, ALPHA, ASACUSA and ELENA facilities. Presentation includes principles of antimatter studies, description of historical, present and planned research facilities with the results obtained so far. It will also be shown how these research results can be used in various fields of science, technology and medicine.
        Speaker: Mr Maciej Dziewiecki (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology)
      • 16:30
        Channel effect in isomeric ratio of 137m,gCe produced in different nuclear reactions 1h 50m
        This report presents the experimental study of the isomeric ratio of 137mCe to 137gCe produced in 138Ce(γ, n)137m,gCe photonuclear reaction, 136Ce(n, γ)137m,gCe neutron capture reaction and in the two simultaneous 138Ce(γ, n)137m,gCe and 136Ce(n, γ)137m,gCe reactions in the mixed photon – neutron field by the activation method. The investigated samples were irradiated at the bremsstrahlung photon beam, thermal and epithermal neutron flux and in the mixed photon-neutron field constructed at the electron accelerator Microtron MT-25 of the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reaction, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia. The results were analyzed, discussed and compared with those of other authors to examine the role of the channel effect in the nuclear reaction and to provide the nuclear data for theoretical model interpretation of nuclear reactions.
        Speaker: Ms MINH HUE BUI (Institute of Physics, VAST, Vietnam)
      • 16:30
        Commissioning of the ACCULINNA-2 fragment separator and its first day experiments 1h 50m
        Radioactive ion beams (RIBs) were obtained recently from the new ACCULINNA-2 in-flight fragment separator which was installed in 2016 at the primary beam line of the U-400M cyclotron [1]. The design parameters of this facility were experimentally confirmed. The RIB intensities obtained at the final focal plane of the separator, the secondary beam purities and transverse profiles of RIBs hitting the physics target were studied. The intensities obtained in the fragmentation reaction 15N (49.7 AMeV) + Be (2 mm) for the RIBs of 14B, 12Be, 9,11Li, 6,8He etc, were on average 25 times higher in comparison with the RIBs supplied by the ACCULINNA-1 separator operating in FLNR since 1996. The new ACCULINNA-2 separator will be a basis at the FLNR for research made in the fields of light exotic nuclei near the nucleon stability borders. The first-priority experimental program with RIBs for the new facility will be presented. In particular, 6He, 7H, 12Be, 13Li, 17Ne, 26S nuclides and their possible decay schemes proceeding via the 2p, 2n and even 4n emission are in the sphere of interests.
        Speaker: Mr Bakytbek Mauyey (Joint Institute of Nuclear Research)
      • 16:30
        Correction of the indication of the albedo dosimeter of neutrons DVGN-01 by various methods behind the protection of impulse reactors 1h 50m
        The results of readout correction for albedo dosimeters DVGN-01 with using two methods are presented. The correlation coefficients were calculated using measured values of neutron spectra in two places behind the shield of IBR-2M. The second method of readout correction for albedo dosimeters was carried out by using a spherical albedo system in the same places. A good agreement was obtained between the values of the correction coefficients determined by these methods. This indicates the reliability of the results obtained and the relevancy of using the spherical albedo system to find the values of the correction coefficients behind the shield of IBR-2M. On the base of present results the correction coefficient was obtained and recommended for individual radiation control at FLNP.
        Speaker: Гулназым Сейлханова (ОИЯИ, ЛНФ, ОЯФ, СИНЯВ)
      • 16:30
        Formation of QGP droplets using a quasi particle model 1h 50m
        We study a quasi particle model which deals with the formation of QGP droplets in the hadronic medium. The new results provide the significant contribution in the field of high energy heavy ion collisions.
        Speaker: Dr Yogesh Kumar (University of Delhi)
      • 16:30
        Ground State Multiplet in N~Z nuclei 1h 50m
        Pairing correlations in even-even and odd-odd N~Z nuclei are studied within the approximation of modified surface delta interaction (MSDI). Mass relations are used to determine the value of pairing energy of identical nucleons in even-even isotopes. This value is treated as an input parameter for MSDI approximation, which can be applied in order to reproduce the ground state multiplet (GSM) in the low-energy part of nuclear spectra. Pairing of neutrons and protons in odd-odd nuclei leads to formation of GSM composed of isovector (T = 1) and isoscalar (T = 0) parts. Through comparison of neighboring even-even and odd-odd isobars, the isovector part of GSM is extracted in experimental spectra of odd-odd isotopes and used to check the predictions given by the MSDI model. An attempt on reproduction of the isoscalar states is made.
        Speaker: Mr Semyon Sidorov (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
      • 16:30
        Influence of External Radiation upon the Second Hysteresis Zone 1h 50m
        Josephson junctions characteristics can be easily manipulated by their control parameters, which is of high importance for their applications. Such parameters include the dissipation parameter, which can be controlled by the temperature variation, and the coupling parameter, which is dependent on the structure of the junction. It was found that for some values of dissipation and coupling parameters appears an additional hysteresis zone[1]. The manifestation of second hysteresis zone was found to have a connection with the c-axis charge traveling wave [1,2]. In the present work, we investigate the range of coupling and dissipation parameters at which occurs the second hysteresis zone, along with the effect of the monochromatic radiation upon the phase dynamics of that system. The additional superconducting current is produced by external radiation. As a consequence appear the Shapiro steps, along with their subharmonics on the current-voltage characteristic. Are studied in detail the current-voltage characteristics of the system, and the temporal dependences of charge oscillations with corresponding Fast Fourier Transfers. Possible applications of the found phenomena are discussed. Acknoledgments. This work was partially supported by the Romanian Ministry of National Education by the contract PN 16 47 0101 with UEFISCDI and project 2016 / 25.of JINR-Romania collaboration. [1] A. Zubarev, M.Cuzminschi, Yu. M. Shukrinov; Influence of dissipation and coupling on collective behavior in systems of Josephson Junctions, international symposium “Nanophysics & Nanoelectronics” ,Nizhny Novgorod, Rusia March, 13-16, 2017; t 1, p 19 [2] Shukrinov, Yu M., and M. Hamdipour. "The c-axis charge traveling wave in a coupled system of Josephson junctions." JETP letters 95.6 (2012): 307-313.
        Speaker: Mr Alexei Zubarev (INFLPR, Romania / Univesity of Bucharest)
      • 16:30
        Influence of Radiation on the Chaos in a Coupled System of Josephson Junctions with Large Dissipation 1h 50m
        The arrays of Josephson junctions are an intensively studied topic with a large range of applications in metrology, detectors and radiation emission, and have promising application in quantum computing. The main way to study arrays of Josephson junctions is to investigate their current voltage characteristics and generation of charge oscillations of the Josephson plasma. In previous work [1] was shown the existence of the second hysteresis zone on the I-V characteristic for large values of coupling and dissipation parameters in arrays of Josephson junctions (JJs). Furthermore, was observed the chaotic phenomena at transition to the collective state for corresponding values of coupling and dissipation parameters [2]. In this work was studied the possibility of suppression of chaotic phenomena in stacks of Josephson junctions. Were realized numerical simulations using CCJJ+DC of exposed to radiation chaotic states of the system. Were varied frequencies and amplitudes of the radiation. Was studied the optimal way for chaos suppression and discussed the possible applications of the discovered phenomena. Acknoledgments. This work was partially supported by the Romanian Ministry of National Education by the contract PN 16 47 0101 with UEFISCDI and project 2016 / 25.of JINR-Romania collaboration. [1] A. Zubarev, M.Cuzminschi, Yu. M. Shukrinov; Influence of dissipation and coupling on collective behavior in systems of Josephson Junctions, international symposium “Nanophysics & Nanoelectronics” ,Nizhny Novgorod, Rusia March, 13-16, 2017; t 1, p 19 [2] M.Cuzminschi ,A. Zubarev, Yu. M. Shukrinov Influence of Radiation on the Chaos in a Coupled System of Josephson Junctions with Large Dissipation, international symposium “Nanophysics & Nanoelectronics” ,Nizhny Novgorod, Rusia March, 13-16, 2017; t 1, p 9
        Speaker: Ms Marina Cuzminschi (University of Bucharest)
      • 16:30
        Influence of the isospin effects on the dacay of Ξ hypernuclei 1h 50m
        This work is devoted to the investigation of the isospin structure and decays of Ξ hypernucleus. Since Ξ hyperon has two charge states the existence of Ξ hypernuclei with mixing charge of Ξ hyperons is possible. In the case of strong mixing states with pure isospin can occur, however generally isospin states are also mixed. The main purpose of this work is studying of charge and isospin mixing effects on the example of p-shell Ξ hypernuclei and dependence of these effects from characteristics of ΞN interaction.
        Speaker: Mr Mishel Khirk (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)
      • 16:30
        INVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF GAMMA-RADIATION ON ELECTRICAL AND PHOTOELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF Pb1-XMnXSe EPITAXIAL FILM 1h 50m
        Semiconductors AIVBVI are of great scientific and practical interest in connection with the possibility of their use in the field of infrared technology and also as thermoelectric converters.. The presence of elements of heavy metals in the crystal lattice of these semiconductors provides a high radiation and thermal stability of devices manufactured on their basis. These semiconductors and compounds derived from them are widely used in infrared (IR) technology in the spectral range of 3-5 μm. Studying of the effect of ionizing radiation on electrical properties of these materials has great scientific and applied significance. Pb1–xMnxSe epitaxial films were prepared on (111) BaF2 substrates by molecular beam condensation (at a pressure of 10–4 Pa) using a UVN71-P3 standard vacuum system. For study the properties of the epitaxial film on the basis of the Pb1-xMnxSe compound on a glass substrate, a silver paste was used as the contact material. The thickness of the obtained epitaxial film was 3 μm, the distance between the contacts was 0.6 mm. After applying the silver paste, the contacts were dried at room temperature for 24 hours. It was determined that the contacts are ohmic. İn order to study the influence of gamma radiation on electrical properties the sample was exposed to a dose of Dγ = 10 kGy using an MRX γ-25 setup with a Co60 isotope source (E = 1.25 MeV) after studying electrical and photoelectric properties of the initial sample. It was determined that, the volt-ampere characteristics of the sample obtained at a temperature of 300 K after irradiation with a gamma-ray to a dose of 10 kGy slightly differs from the volt-ampere characteristics of the initial (unirradiated) samples at the same temperature. It is interesting that, in this case the value of the current strength to a voltage of 1.2 V is less than its value in the initial (unirradiated) state, then in the irradiated sample the current becomes larger than the current in the sample in the initial state at the same voltages, and with increasing voltage the difference between the current strength for the initial and irradiated samples at the same voltage increases.
        Speaker: Ms Rakshana Mamishova (Azerbaijan)
      • 16:30
        Investigations on photoelectrical properties of GaS Single Crystals Exposed to Irradiation by Hydrogen with 70 keV energy 1h 50m
        By the methods of Raman Light Scattering and Rutherford backscattering (RBS) it has been studied the rate of structural disorder of layered GaS crystals before and after hydrogen implantation (H2+) with energy 70 keV. The investigated p-GaS single crystals were grown by the Bridgman method in the Institute of Radiation Problems of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. When grown GaS were used excess sulfur (1.5%) in order to determine the possibility of filling vacancies with sulfur atoms. Electrical resistivity of the samples obtained along and perpendicular to C-axis at room temperature were 3х10E10 and 1х10E10 Ohm∙cm, respectively. GaS samples of size 10х10х0.5 mm were used. It is shown that distribution of crystal components on depth uniformly and observed stoichiometric composition of the components of the compound up to dose 5x10E15 cm-2.
        Speakers: Mr Murad Jahangirov (RPI ANAS) , Mr Ramil Akberov (JINR)
      • 16:30
        ISOPOLYMOLYBDATE- AND ISOPOLYVANADATE ANIONS IN AQUEOUS DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE MEDIUM AND IN SALTS 1h 50m
        According to the data of pH-potentiometric titration, the complexation processes in Na2MoO4 – HCl – NaCl – C3H7ON – H2O and Na3VO4 – HCl – NaCl – C3H7ON (10-40 vol.%) – H2O (Cv = 0.01 - 0.1 mol/L; μ = 0.5 mol/L) and the concentration formation constants of isopolymolybdate- and isopolyvanadate-anions were calculated according to the CLINP 2.1 program; the diagrams of isopolyanion distribution are plotted as a function of acidity and concentration, and schemes for their transformation in aqueous dimethylformamide medium are proposed. The pH (acidity) zones of the dominance of isopolymolybdates and isopolyvanadates are established as a function of the concentration of MoO42 , and VO43-- ions; the C3H7ON and H2O ratios in the systems. According to the results of mathematical modeling in aqueous media at a concentration of molybdenum С£0,05 M in the acidity range Z = 0,5-2,5 the tetraiones of the two compositions Mo4O132- and Mo4O144- dominate in the solution, and the protonated hexamolybdates HMo6O215- and H2Mo6O214- are in minor amounts. In the dimethylformamide medium the effect of increasing the concentration of organic solvent on the composition and distribution of isopolymolybdate-anions is shown, namely: protonated hepta- and octa-ions are formed in dilute solutions, unlike aqueous systems, and octa- and tetramolybdate-anions dominate in decimolar solutions with negligible the content of the other ions Мо2О72-, Мо6О216-, Мo4O144-, НМо7О245-. To confirm the stabilizing effect of dimethylformamide (DMF) on the formation of tetra-, hexa- and octa- molybdate-anions, the synthesis of salts with tetraethylammonium cation in decimolar systems and 25% DMF content was carried out. The composition of crystalline products was determined by chemical, X-ray phase analysis and IR spectroscopy and showed that in the acidity range Z = 1,14 – 1,80 white crystals of octamolybdate [N(C2H5)4]4Mo8O26·nC3H7ON·mH2O precipitate after the separation of white crystals of tetramolybdate [N(C2H5)4]2Mo4O13·nC3H7ON·mH2O at Z = 1.50 and yellow hexamolybdate crystals [N(C2H5)4]2Mo6O19·nC3H7ON·mH2O at Z = 1.80. Salts with hexa-, tetra- and octamolybdate anion, which do not precipitate from water solutions, were obtained from the medium with DMF by precipitation with a cation of the inorganic nature – barium. In the system with vanadium in the aqueous organic medium, as well as in the aqueous medium, it was possible to detect the existence of three-(V3O93-) and tetrametavanadates (HV4O123-) in a narrow range of concentrations (0,01-0,1 mol/L). The decavanadate anion V10O286- is fixed at Z = 2,50, which is marked by an inflection point on the potentiometric titration curve. There are no tetravanadates of composition V4O124- and V4O136-. In the decimolar solution of sodium orthovanadate such polyoxoanions dominate: V4O124-, HV4O135- and V10O286- with an insignificant amount of protonated decavanadate H3V10O283- and V3O93- . With an increase in the DMF concentration of up to 25% by volume, the formation of the unprotonated form of decavanadate anion is stabilized in the system, with the formation of aprotic three- and tetravanadates in larger amounts at Z> 2,5. Crystals of composition: [N(C4H9)4]5V3O10·4H2O·C3H7ON, [N(C4H9)4]4V4O12·4H2O·2C3H7ON, [N(C4H9)4]6V10O28·4H2O·4C3H7ON; In4(V4O12)3·7H2O·3C3H7ON; In2V10O28·5H2O·5C3H7ON were obtained.
        Speaker: Ms Violetta Kravchenko (Donetsk National University)
      • 16:30
        Isospin splitting of GDR and photoproton reactions on isotopes of tin 1h 50m
        This work is devoted to the experimental and theoretical study of photodisintegration of tin isotopes. Yields of different photonuclear reactions for stable isotopes were determined by the gamma activation technique [1]. Activation analysis method was used to identify the ratio between different photonuclear reactions during the transition from one isotope to another. Experiment was made on bremsstrahlung γ-beam of a racetrack microtron RM-55 accelerating an electron beam to an energy of 55.6 MeV. Tungsten bremmstrahlung target 2.1 mm thick was bombarded with electron beam. Formed photons hit target behind the bremmstrahlung target which was the plate of a natural mixture of tin isotopes with a surface density of 1.827 g/cm2. Two copper monitors with surface density of 0.097 g/cm2 located in front and behind the target were used for monitoring irradiation parameters. The duration of irradiation of the target was 10 minutes. After irradiation the target was moved to a low-background room. Measurement of the residual activity in the irradiated target was conducted using high-purity germanium spectrometer Canberra GC3019. The total duration of the measurement of the spectra was about 780 hours. Isotopes formed as a result of photonuclear reactions were identified by γ-quanta energy and half-life time. Obtained yields of photoproton and photoneutron reactions were compared with theoretical calculations using TALYS [2], CMPR [3] and results from other experimental researches. The influence of isospin splitting of giant-dipole resonance on yields of photoproton reactions was shown. Also it was shown that experimental and theoretical cross-sections were overestimated by 2-3 times in comparison with the results of our experiment. Literature. [1] Belyshev S. S., Ermakov A. N., Ishkhanov B. S. et al. // Nucl. Instrum. Methods A 745, 133 (2014); [2] Konig A.J., Hilaire S., Duijvestijn M.C. // Proceedings of the International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology. April, 22–27, 2007 / edited by Bersillon O. et al. EDP Sciences (Nice, France, 2008). P. 211; [3] Ishkhanov B.S., Orlin V.N. // Nuclear physics. 2015. 78. № 7–8. С. 601.
        Speaker: Ms Iuliia Buvina (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
      • 16:30
        MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AND SPECIAL MONITORING TECHNIQUES FOR AIR POLLUTION CHARACTERISATION IN LARGE INDUSTRIAL REGION 1h 50m
        Moravia-Silesian region on the Czech-Polish border is one of the most polluted areas in Europe. This region is suffering from long-term increased values of air pollution concentrations. Air pollution has negative consequences to human healthy, ecosystem and economy. The mathematical air pollution dispersion modelling provides information about distribution of air pollution and influence of individual pollution sources. The mathematical models are supplemented by moss survey biomonitoring and airborne measurements. The first moss survey was focused on determination of the air pollutants sources. It was done during October 2015. Samples were collected on 41 sites. Area of interest was based on the first results and subsequently was extended in next year. There was collected another 44 samples sites. Samples were analysed by neutron activation analysis and other chemical methods. Since 2014, the survey of ground layer of atmosphere is performed using unmanned airship with equipment for the continual sampling of concentrations. The survey results are processed using the GIS technology to characterisation spatial and statistical properties.
        Speaker: Mr Vladislav Svozilík (JINR)
      • 16:30
        Methods for increasing the efficiency of registration K0L→π0νν decay in the E391 experiment. 1h 50m
        The E391 experiment (KEK, Japan) was the first dedicated experiment in the world devoted to the definition of the upper limit of Br (K0L → π0νν), which can be considered as ideal process for measurement the effect of CP violation in the Standard Model. K0L → π0νν decay is characterized by a low value of the branching ratio, which in SM predictions equals to 2.8x10-11. Therefore the most important task of the E391 experiment was to achieve the maximum sensitivity of the detector to the decay registration. We developed two new methods for E391 experiment data analysis: 1) method of angle measurement of gamma-quanta registered by the CsI-calorimeter with using neural network, 2) automatic cut optimization technique based on the application of genetic algorithms. Usage of these methods in analysis provides deeper suppression of the background sources and selection of the signal events - candidates of the searched K0L→π0νν decay. This allows obtaining a significant increase in the efficiency of registration of decay in the experiment. The results of reprocessing the data of the E391experiment using the developed methods are presented.
        Speaker: Mr Yury Stepanenko (JINR)
      • 16:30
        NEW RING DETECTOR FOR SMALL-ANGLE SCATTERING OF THERMAL NEUTRONS FOR REAL-TIME DIFFRACTOMETER (RTD). 1h 50m
        The development of the detector is based on the design and experience of working with a one-dimensional coordinate-sensitive ring thermal neutron detector, protected by copyright certificate, which allows measurements of the spatial distribution of thermal neutrons scattering from samples in 8 discrete coaxial rings. The new ring detector is designed for measure small-angle scattering of thermal neutrons at the IBR-2 reactor, DN-2 diffractometer (channel № 6a). Structurally the detector is divided into 9 independent equidistant coaxial rings. The cathodes of each of the rings are divided into 16 independent sectors, the same for each ring. Registration signals are taken from the anode wires (common to every single ring) and with each of the 16 cathodes - 153 independent detectors. The cathodes are located with inner side of rings and have a rectangular shape, their length being a function of the radius of the corresponding ring. Thus, each separate cathode segment takes position ~ 1/16 of the total angle 2π of any ring counter. This innovation made it possible to introduce a new coordinate as a measurement parameter. The analog electronics is mounted inside the volume of the detector on an accessible place for maintenance. Due to its feature in design, the detector is a suitable tool for any researches in which angular or axial anisotropy of the scattering of slow neutrons can be observed.
        Speaker: Dr Vasil Milkov (JINR)
      • 16:30
        Nucleosynthesis at magnetorotational instabilities in supernova explosion 1h 50m
        Synthesis of chemical elements is investigated at conditions of magnetorotational instabilities in astrophysical plasma at supernova explosion. Respective strong magnetic fields are considered as noticeable pressure component for explosion mechanism. At such fields, magnetic modification of nuclear structure is shown to shift the nuclear magic numbers in the iron region towards smaller mass numbers approaching titanium. Consequently, maximum of nucleosynthesis products is modified with an enhancement of titanium yield. The results are corroborated with an excess of 44Ti revealed from the INTEGRAL mission data for yang supernova remnants at a field strength of teratesla. Such magnetic impact on nucleosynthesis in galactic chemical evolution is discussed
        Speaker: Ms Ayazhan Zhomartova (MEPHI National Research Nuclear University)
      • 16:30
        Organization of the services for the experiment data storage for the instruments of the IBR-2 reactor 1h 50m
        The presentation is devoted to realization of the PyChannel package. This package is designed to automate backup of measurements results to the FLNP fault-tolerant data storage with automatic registration of appropriate reference information.
        Speaker: Ivan Morkovnikov (FLNP JINR)
      • 16:30
        Parametric study on (Th, Pu)O2 fuel for CANDU reactors 1h 50m
        The reactor-grade plutonium existing in spent nuclear fuel as well as stocked weapon-grade plutonium may be treated as a significant source of energy, if properly burned in dedicated nuclear reactors. In addition, incineration of plutonium in combination with fertile thorium is profitable from the non-proliferation point of view because the secondary plutonium is not formed and produced fissile U233 is contaminated with easily traceable U232. The CANDU reactors can operate in flexible fuel-cycle because of good neutron economy, possibility of on-power refueling and simple fuel bundle design. Hence, they may serve as burners of global plutonium stockpiles, especially if mixed with thorium. The paper presents application of The Monte Carlo Continuous Energy Burn-up Code - MCB to the numerical modeling of the CANDU-6 reactor fuel channel. The three-dimensional numerical model consists of twelve fuel bundles and theirs surroundings. Each fuel bundle was divided in two fuel zones – the inner zone composed of seven rods and outer zone composed of 30 rods. The content of fissile and fertile material in zones was varied in order to achieve different neutronic characteristics i.e. burnup, criticality, spent fuel composition and activity. The system was irradiated on average power of 5.4 MWth. Finally, the comparative analysis between different fuel vectors was performed and hints for further calculations were shown. The supercomputer PROMETHEUS available at the Academic Computer Center Cyfronet of the AGH University, Krakow, Poland was applied for all numerical simulations.
        Speaker: Dr Mikołaj Oettingen (AGH University of Science and Technology)
      • 16:30
        Possibility of fast neutron detection with position sensitive pixel detector Timepix 1h 50m
        This paper presents a position-sensitive detection method for fast neutrons by proton recoil in a plastic scintillator. The detector consists of a plastic scintillator with silicon photomultiplier readout and pixel detector Timepix. As a known plastic scintillators are hydrogen-rich materials adopted as neutron to proton convertors by elastic (n, p) scattering. Silicon pixel detector Timepix is used for position-sensitive detection of recoil protons which exit the plastic scintillator. Scintillation light is read out using micropixel avalanche photodiode of type MAPD-3NK from Zecotek Photonics Inc. MAPD-3NK allows to measure the energy loss by protons in the plastic scintillator and to trigger Timepix detector. Timepix detector is a silicon based hybrid pixel detector which allows obtaining information from each pixel. The detector consists of 256*256 square pixels (55 µm) with pitch size of 55 µm. The active area and thickness of the detector is about 1.96 mm2 and 300 µm, respectively. Micropixel avalanche photodiode of type MAPD-3NK is one of silicon based alternatives to common vacuum photomultipliers. MAPD-3NK consists of deeply burned pixels connected in parallel and operating in the Geiger mode. MAPD-3NK has a total photosensitive area of 3.7*3.7 mm2 and 10000 pixels per mm2. Operating voltage is about 90 V for this photodiode. Experiments have been carried out with 239Pu-Be radioisotopic neutron source and monoenergetic neutrons from the reaction D(d, n)3He on the EG-5 Van de Graaff accelerator, FLNP, JINR.
        Speaker: Igor Chuprakov (JINR,FLNP)
      • 16:30
        RADIORESISTANCE OF TUMOR STEM AND NON-STEM CELLS AFTER GAMMA RADIATION 1h 50m
        A stem cell-like subpopulation known as “cancer stem cells” (CSCs) has been found in various types of malignant tumors. Although lacking consensus, some cell surface markers, such as CD44 and CD133, have been popularly used for the identification of CSCs. These CSCs have been demonstrated to be therapeutic resistance and play critical roles in the recurrence and metastasis of cancer. By isolating CD133+ /CD44+ CSCs from parental cells, we To quantify the increase in radioresistance of stem cells, a comparison of the radiosensitivity of two generations of stem and non-stem cells has been studied. The HCT8 human colorectal cancer cell line was used for experiments. Cells were maintained in RPMI 1640 medium (Wako, Japan) with 10% fetal bovine serum and 1% penicillin/streptomycin (Gibco, UK). Cells were cultured at 37°C in a humidified atmosphere of 5% CO2 and 95% air. To verify the purity of the isolated CD133+ /CD44+ CSCs, cells were stained according to the supplied antibody protocols. Cells in culture dishes were exposed to 0, 1, 3, 5 and 7 Gy (137Cs source in a PS-3100SB γ-ray irradiation system; 1 Gy/min; Pony Industry Co., Ltd. Osaka, Japan). Then we received the next generation of cells after irradiation with different doses. After that cell grow up to 50% confluence and we irradiated the second cell generation. To evaluate the colony-forming ability after irradiation, we seeded cells into 6-well plates at a density of 100 cells/well. And further the number of surviving cells was calculated after 10 days by colony counting method. According to our experiments, increased radioresistance in the second generation of irradiated HCT8 stem cells (CD44+/CD133+) was demonstrated, which is more clearly manifested in the region of large doses. On the contrary, in parental cancer cells (HCT8 lines) radiosensitivity was increased in the second generation after irradiation with various doses.
        Speaker: Ms Ekaterina Evstratova (Russia)
      • 16:30
        Resonance-like coherent production of a pion pair in the reaction pd → pdππ in the GeV region 1h 50m
        Recently, after the discovery of the d∗(2380) two-baryon resonance(D03), a candidate for the true dibaryon, it has been found that the puzzling ABC effect is associated with its excitation. Therefore this phenomenon has attracted a particular attention. Here we present the observation of the ABC effect and D03 excitation in pd→pdππ reaction via meson exchange in coherent kinematics. An experimental study of the double pion production at the 0.8–2.0 GeV proton energies in the process p+d→p+d+(ππ)0 has been performed. A distribution of the events over the dππ invariant mass revealed a clear peak at the 2.36 GeV/c2 mass with 104 MeV/c2 width. The parameters of the peak are close to those observed earlier WASA experiment at CELSIUS COSY, taking into account its possible broadening due to the meson exchange and the I = 1 contamination in the (ππ)0 pairs.
        Speaker: Mrs Айнур Кунсафина (Галымгазыкызы)
      • 16:30
        Self-organized gold, silver and copper nanostructures for SERS 1h 50m
        Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy is widely recognized as a high-sensitive method for applications in analytical chemistry, ecology, biomedicine and food industry. The noble metal surfaces with nanoscale roughness, so-called SERS-active substrates nessesary to use for optical signal enhancement. For SERS-substrates creation, it is very interesting and challenging to understand the mechanism of silver, copper and gold self-organization in limited volumes (pores) for formation of plasmonic nanostructures arrays with complex, but adjustable shapes. Swift heavy ion track technology has been applied to the pre-patterning of porous surfaces. Wet-chemical methods of the deposition of noble metals and their combinations in the pores have been applied for self-organization of nanoscaled metal structures. The characterization of plasmonic structures were carried out by surface analytic methods like SEM, EDX, EBSD, TEM, etc., which are combined with theoretical modeling of growth processes and plasmonic properties supporting the optimization process of the surface.
        Speaker: Dr Egor Kaniukov (Scientific-Practical Materials Research Centre NAS of Belarus)
      • 16:30
        Strong form factor of delta(1232)-isobar 1h 50m
        We investigate strong decay of the Delta(1232)-isobar as three-quark system in the covariant quark model. We analytically, based on Fiertz transformation, prove that the three-quark current of baryon with quantum numbers J_P = 3/2^+ have the one possible form. The width of decay is calculated by fitting of the model's free parameter. Also we numerically computed strong form factor G_(Delta p pi) (Q2) of the Delta(1232)-isobar, which determined for the space-like transfer momenta.
        Speaker: Жомарт Тюлемисов (ОИЯИ)
      • 16:30
        Study of crystal and magnetic structures of the complex cobalt oxide La0.5Ba0.5CoO3 at high pressures 1h 50m
        The crystal and magnetic structures of the compound La0.5Ba0.5CoO3 were investigated by neutron diffraction at high pressures. It was found that the magnetic phase of this compound is resistant to pressure at pressures up to 4.6 GPa.
        Speaker: Mr Anton Rutkauskas (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 16:30
        STUDY OF DEGRADATION PROCESSES OF FeNi NANOSTRUCTURES 1h 50m
        The paper presents results of various media influence on the degradation processes of FeNi nanostructures obtained by electrochemical synthesis. The dependence of the change in the degradation degree on acidity and residence time in the medium has been found. Using X-ray diffraction and energy dispersion analysis, it has been determined that the change in the parameters of the crystal structure can be explained by the appearance of FeO oxide phases, as well as the formation of disorder areas appearing as a result of oxidation processes and subsequent degradation.
        Speaker: Artem Kozlovskiy (The Institute of Nuclear Physics)
      • 16:30
        Study of NOS-inhibitors effectiveness in therapy of combined radiation injuries 1h 50m
        In case that the ionizing radiation is an inherent part of human life, there is the risk of radiation accidents, accompanied by explosions, fires and radionuclide emissions. This is dangerous not only due to radiation exposure, but also thermal burns, mechanical and chemical influences. Each of these component significantly burdens manifestations of acute radiation sickness, and increases the likelihood of fatalities. Our medical research center, A. Tsyb MRRC, has extensive experience research in the province of searching tools therapy of combined radiation-thermal injuries (CRTI). Recently, we have obtained our own data about the high efficiency of NOS-inhibitors from the class of N, S-of substituted derivatives of isothiourea, both as radioprotectors, and as radiomitigators, that suggests its high perspective in the treatment of combined radiation, in particular radiation-thermal injuries. The investigations have been done in male mice F1 [CBA×C57BL6j], 12 animals per group. Mice exposed to lethal doses of 6 Gy and 10 Gy γ-radiation of 60Co at a dose rate of 0.4 - 0.8 Gy/min. Combined injury included total body γ - irradiation at a dose of 7 Gy and III B degree thermal burn of 10 % body surface with the aid of powerful flash light. Mice of experimental groups were injected with NOS inhibitors at dose of 1/8 LD16. The effectiveness of NOS inhibitors were studied using 30-day survival test and survival of endogenous colony-forming cells in the bone marrow. Research results of radioprotective properties of NOS inhibitors have shown its high efficiency (60-75% survival) in relatively low doses (1/8 LD16). Moreover, the use of NOS inhibitors before the radiative forcing 3-3,5 times increased the survival of hematopoietic colony-forming cells in the bone marrow. On the model of combined radiation-thermal injuries we demonstrate that the use of NOS inhibitors after 5 minutes and 4 hours after the combined injury increased the survival of animals to 90-100%, whereas in the control group the survival rate was only 20%. These studies have shown high promise NOS inhibitors as radioprotective tools and treatments of combined radiation-thermal injuries. This work was in part supported by Russian Fund of Fundamental Investigations and Kaluga Region (Grant № 16-16-40010а(р)).
        Speaker: Mrs Ekaterina Chesnakova (A. Tsyb MRRC - branch of the National Medical Research Radiological Centre of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation)
      • 16:30
        Study of the Coulomb breakup of halo nuclei in quantum mechanical approach 1h 50m
        The aim of the work is a theoretical study of Coulomb breakup of halo nuclei in the framework of a non-stationary quantum-mechanical approach.The Coulomb breakup of halo nuclei is one of the main tools in studying the properties of halo nuclei and provides useful information about the halo structure [1]. A theoretical study of exotic nuclei by quantum-mechanical approach is relevant in connection with the planned experiments aimed to investigate the properties of light nuclei on radioactive beams. Among the halo nuclei, the 11Be nucleus is of particular importance, since the relative simplicity of its structure allows more accurate theoretical studies [2]. In fact, the bound states of 11Be nucleus can be described quite well as 10Be nucleus and a weakly bound neutron. With a good approximation, the decay can be regarded as a transition from a two-particle bound state to a continuum due to a varying Coulomb field [2]. The influence of magnetic field on the breakup of the 11Be nucleus is studied by numerical methods, in particular numerically solving the non-stationary Schrödinger equation on a radial mesh [1]. The energy levels of the 11Be nucleus for the Woods-Saxon potential and the level shifts due to the external magnetic field are calculated. Numerical results are compared with a previous calculations [2] and as an analytical method the perturbation theory [3] is applied.
        Speaker: Mr Dinara Valiolda (BLTP/KAZNU)
      • 16:30
        Synthesis of carborane-containing nucleosides for BNCT 1h 50m
        Despite the success of radiation and chemotherapy of cancer, the problem of patient treatment with various forms of malignant neoplasms (multiform glioblastomas of the brain, gliomas, melanomas, their metastases and etc.) is still far from being solved, since all these types of treatment, as a rule, can damage sound as well as tumor tissues. One of the most perspective methods of selective damage of cancer cells is neutron capture therapy of cancer (NCT). This treatment mode of cancer involves selective accumulation inside the cancer cells and irradiation by neutrons, resulting in collide and cause atomic fission, producing α-Ray radiation. Ideally, it is destroyed only tumor cells, including any amount of small metastases, without affection on a sound tissue. Among chemical elements with wide thermal-neutron capture cross-section, 10В (3838 barn) [1-3] and 157Gd (255000 barn) [4-5] are the most suitable due to their physical properties. Among the variety of potentially suitable boron compounds for the BNCT and actively investigated in many research centers, a special place belongs to biochemical derivatives of carboranes, such as nucleoside bases [6-8]. In this work, carboarane containing nucleoside (deoxyadenosine, deoxyguanosine, deoxythymidine, deoxyuridine, deoxycytidine derivatives) were synthesized with potential converting these compounds into nucleotides and phosphorylation for success penitration inside the cancer cells, or incorporation into the nuclear of cancer cells DNA. 1. R. Barth, A. Soloway, R. Ferchild Bor neutron capture therapy of cancer, Science world,— 1990, 12, М: publishers “Mir”, p. 56–61 2. A. H. Soloway, R. F. Barth, R. A. Gahbauer, Т. Е. Blue, J. H. Goodman. The rational and requirements for the development of boron neutron capture therapy of brain tumors // Journal of Neuro-Oncology, 1997,33, pp. 9–18 3. R. V. Dorn. Boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT): A radiation oncology perspective //International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics.— 1994, 28, pp. 1189–1201. 4. T. Matsumoto. Transport calculations of depth-dose distributions for gadolinium neutron capture therapy //Physics in Medicine and Biology.— 1992, 37 (1), pp. 155–162. 5. B. J. Allen, B.J. McGregor, R. F. Martin. Neutron capture therapy with Gadolinium-157 // Strahlentherapie und Onkologie.— 1989, February/ March, Volume 165, No. 2/3, p. 156–158. 6. Feng-Guang Rong, Albert H. Soloway, Seiichiro Ikeda and David H. Ives. Synthesis and biochemical activity of hydrophilic carborane-containing pyrimidine nucleosides as potential agents for DNA incorporation and BNCT // NUCLEOSIDES & NUCLEOTIDES, 16(4), 379-401 (1997) 7. Michał Matuszewski, Agnieszka Kiliszek, Wojciech Rypniewski, Zbigniew J. Lesnikowski and Agnieszka B. Olejniczak. Nucleoside bearing boron clusters and their phosphoramidites – building blocks for modified oligonucleotide synthesis. // New J. Chem., 2015, 39, p.1202 - 1221 8. Hitesh K. Agarwal, Ahmed Khalil, Keisuke Ishita, Weilian Yang, Robin J. Nakkula, Lai-Chu Wu, Tehane Ali, Rohit Tiwari, Youngjoo Byun, Rolf F. Barth, Werner Tjarks. Synthesis and evaluation of thymidine kinase 1-targeting carboranyl pyrimidine nucleoside analogs for boron neutron capture therapy of cancer.// European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 100 (2015) 197 - 209
        Speaker: Mr Yevgeniy Gorin (Institute of Nuclear Physic Republic of Kazakhstan)
      • 16:30
        Synthesis of radiation-resistant thin-film coatings 1h 50m
        This paper considers the technology of synthesizing thin-film coatings based on compounds with different elemental compositions by the electrochemical deposition. The structural features of the obtained coatings were analyzed using SEM and X-ray diffraction methods, and their chemical composition was studied by the EDS. There was the dependence of the physicochemical characteristics of samples on the synthesis conditions. The possibilities of using these thin-film coatings as radiation-resistant protective screens for the aerospace industry were discussed.
        Speaker: Mr Malik Kalyekperov (The L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Satpaev str., 5, 010008 Astana, Kazakhstan)
      • 16:30
        SYNTHESIS, STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF NEW BARIUM DECATUNGSTATE 1h 50m
        A new material with fascinating properties was obtained. For the first time crystalline decatungstate with barium cation (+2) Ba(H2O)2C3H7NO3]2[W10O32]∙2C3H7NO was synthesized from aqueous dimethylformamide medium. The composition was confirmed by chemical analysis, IR- and Raman spectroscopy, electron absorption spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy. The first barium decatungstate was characterized X-ray diffraction analysis. The centrosymmetric W10O32 anion in the composition has a typical structure (two "square pyramids", which consist of five distorted WO6octahedra, connected by "bases" through the common vertices of the four octahedra). The coordination polyhedron of the barium is a monocapped square antiprism. The main crystallographic characteristics of the structure of barium decatungstate: triclinic, P-1space group, a = 11.899 (3), b = 12.1313 (11), c = 13.341 (2) Å, α = 70.417 (11), β = 64.254 (18), γ = 87.185 (12) °, V = 1623.7 (5) Å3 at T = 293K, Z=1, ρ = 3.356 g/cm3. It was determined that thermal decomposition of the salt occurs in four stages of successive loss of solvent molecules with heat absorption and final crystallization of BaWO4 and WO3. The reversible photochromic propertiy of the synthesized barium decatungstate has been discovered – the substance turns blue under the influence of daylight or a UV-irradiation and returns white color when the excitation source is eliminated.
        Speaker: Ms Elena Kretova (Donetsk National University)
      • 16:30
        Technology of obtaining of fine powders of silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite 1h 50m
        A new technology of obtaining bioactive and bioresorbable ceramics was developed. Investigations of the influence of the initial components, the order of mixing of solutions, pH, synthesis temperature and the heat treatment of precipitates isolated from solutions by the method of co-precipitation are carried out. Optimum conditions are revealed and the technologies of obtaining of single-phase of fine powders of silicon-substituted hydroxyapatite Si-HA powders (1.4 ÷ 4.3 wt.% Si) are developed. The use of sodium silicate solution (method-I) as a source of silicon makes it possible to obtain materials with a particle size of 100 ÷ 200 nm. The use of tetraethoxysilane leads to a decrease in the dispersion to 40 ÷ 100 nm, which is an advantage of method-II. The uniform distribution of the elements (P, Ca, Si, O) over the surface, observed on the microphotographs made in the X-ray emission, and the absence of segregations confirm the single-phase Si-HA of the products obtained at t=900°C, regardless of the deposition method. Chemical, X-ray phase analysis and IR-spectroscopy of samples calcined at 900°C indicate the formation of single-phase crystalline products with apatite structure that correspond to the formula Ca10[(PO4)6-x(SiO4)x](OH)2-x, where x = 0.5; 1.0 and 1.5 (1.4 ÷ 4.3% by weight of Si). The powders obtained are thermally stable in the temperature range 400 ÷ 1000°C. An increase in the silicon content in the composition of Si-HA to 4.3 wt. % Si reduces its stability tо t = 1000°C.
        Speaker: Ms Anna Medved (Donetsk National University)
      • 16:30
        The evolution of magic numbers in silicon and sulfur isotopes 1h 50m
        The evolution of single particle states and the related tendencies occurring for the classic magic numbers N=20 and N=28 were investigated for the even-even silicon (Z=14) and sulfur (Z=16) isotopes. In order to define the single particle energies for the stable isotopes of Si the set of pickup and stripping reactions data was analyzed [1, 2]. The single particle energies for the exotic isotopes were evaluated using the excited state spectra of the adjacent odd isotopes and the experimental data on the occupancies of the stable nuclei [3]. As long as Z, N=14, 16 tend to reveal the properties of the classic magic numbers in the Si and S isotopic chains, the corresponding features of these numbers rising from the obtained single particle energies were investigated as well. [1] A. Bohr, B. R. Mottelson /Nuclear structure , World Scientific Publishing Co, Vol.1, P. 420 (1998) [2] G. Mairle, et al/ Phys. Rev. C ,Vol. 47, P. 2113 (1993) [3] M. L. Markova, T.Yu. Tretyakova, N. A. Fedorov/ Moscow University Physics Bulletin, to be published (2017)
        Speaker: Ms Maria Markova (Moscow State University, Faculty of physics)
      • 16:30
        The Fermi-surface reconstruction in the t-J model 1h 50m
        The pseudogap (PG) state in underdoped cuprates remains the key mystery for the understanding of those compounds. A number of recent experiments have highlighted a remarkable transformation of a large cuprate Fermi surface into small pockets in the underdoped region signalling a breakdown of a conventional Fermi liquid theory in the PG phase. A few phenomenological models have been recently put forward to account for this transformation. However, none of those models have been derived microscopically nor are totally compatible with experimental data. In the present Letter we show that the observed Fermi-surface reconstruction can be accounted for directly within a standard microscopic t-J model of correlated electrons, provided strong electron correlations are properly taken into account.
        Speaker: Mr Ilya Ivantsov (BLTP JINR.)
      • 16:30
        The influence of geometry of the template on the crystal structure of Ni based nanotubes 1h 50m
        Currently, intensive development of science and technology related to the manufacture of nanostructured materials. High interest in this area and its demand associated with unique properties that exhibit material on the nanometer scale. It was determined that ultra-small elementary material particles possess unique mechanical, optical, magnetic and electronic properties compared with the material of the same chemical composition but coarser structures. In this paper the synthesis of template used for the porous materials, in particular - track membranes, as a template, the surface pores which are deposited various metal nanostructures. Electrochemical deposition of the electrolyte solutions was performed using track membranes based on the type Hostaphan® polyethyleneterephthalate manufactured by «Mitsubishi Polyester Film» (Germany) with a pore density of 4.0E + 07, 12 microns depth and a range of diameters from 180 to 380 nm. Irradiation of PET film produced on the DC-60 accelerator, krypton ions with energies 1,75MeV/nucleon. Electrodeposition in the tracks of the membrane was carried out at a voltage of 1.5V in potentiostatic mode. Electrolyte solution: NiSO4 × 6H2O (100,14 g/l), H3BO3 (45 g/l), С6H8O6 (1.5 g/l). In this work, consider getting ordered arrays of nickel-based method of electrochemical deposition, the study of the structural features and electrical properties depending on the diameter of sample matrices far. To study the characteristics of the obtained Ni nanotubes were used methods of scanning electron microscope (SEM), transmission electron microscope (TEM), EDS, XRD. Analysis of the scanning electron microscope (SEM) - images showed that the height of the nanotubes is equal to the thickness of 12 microns and diameters of the template pipe diameters are the patterned matrices. X-ray-defractometric study was conducted to identify the crystal structure of Ni nanotubes, which showed that the resulting single-phase samples have face-centered cubic structure with a lattice parameter different from the reference value. The radiometric data of the samples shows the results of calculations of average crystallite size by the Scherrer equation. EDS analysis of the spectra showed that the nanotubes are composed of 99.5% nickel, 0.5% of an impurity consistent with gold, which is used as a conductive layer, deposited on the matrix template before electrochemical deposition. X-ray-defractometric study showed that the resulting single-phase samples have face-centered cubic structure with a lattice parameter different from the reference value.
        Speaker: Mrs Kamila Yegizbek (Bakhtzhankyzy)
      • 16:30
        The influence of NOS inhibitor on severity of acute radiation skin reactions 1h 50m
        Introduction. The emergence and treatment of radiation injuries is an extremely difficult problem despite the improvement of methods and technologies of radiotherapy. A few available drugs do not provide a satisfactory solution of this problem due to its high toxicity and low tolerance for oncological patients. In this regard, absolutely new approaches to the development of effective prevention of radiation therapy complications are very relevant. One of the perspective ways to reduce the disability of cancer patients can be the usage of drugs that selectively protect normal tissues in radiotherapy. It is known that such properties are possessed by new original isothiourea derivatives (ITU), synthesized in the laboratory of radiation pharmacology of A. Tsyb MRRC. These compounds can inhibit nitric oxide synthases (NOS) and act as hypoxic radioprotectors. The purpose of this work was the development of models and schemes of local radiotherapy of tumors using the NO-synthase inhibitor as a radioprotector for the prevention of acute radiation injuries. Materials and methods. The investigations have been done in female mice weighing 22-26 g. The animals were irradiated by γ-rays at a dose of 30 Gy. INOS1 was administrated at a dose of 75 mg / kg 30 min before exposure. Ehrlich carcinoma was used as a tumor model. Assessment of the severity of acute radiation reactions of the skin was carried out according to the classification of RTOG / EORTC-95. Results. We obtained experimental model of acute radiation injuries of the skin in mice. The ability of the NOS inhibitor to influence the degree of the radiation response to γ-radiation at various doses was evaluated. The anti-radiation effect of NOS inhibitor was shown on the model of Ehrlich carcinoma. Administration of INOS1 in optimal radioprotective dose (¼ LD16) before irradiation at a dose of 30 Gy didn't reduce the antitumor efficacy of radiation exposure, but significantly limited the degree of radiation alteration of the deep layers of the skin and underlying tissues. Obtained results indicate the perspectivity of the chosen approach to the prevention of post-radiation complications in oncology and continuation of studies. This work was in part supported by Russian Fund of Fundamental Investigations and Kaluga Region (Grant N16-44-400256 p_a)
        Speaker: Alina Samsonova (Russian)
      • 16:30
        The operational concept for Tricity metropolitan area district heating system supplied by first Polish nuclear power plant 1h 50m
        In this paper the idea of the cooperation between Tricity district heating system and first Polish nuclear power plant is presented and discussed. NCHP (eng. Nuclear Combined Heat and Power) system, mainly due to the presence of the relatively large centres of population (Gdansk-Gdynia-Sopot area, Slupsk), seems to be applicable in the close vicinity of the forthcoming first nuclear power plant in Poland located in Pomerania region. However, when operated, it is vital to select economically and technically justified power demands and introduce, in a proper way, heat extraction from the heat loop. To identify crucial aspects of the abovementioned NCHP initiative, simplified feasibility study was prepared. The possibilities of a heat extraction from the loop coupled with PWR-type reactor were presented. In order to identify the electric and heat power of a modified NPP, the correction coefficients of the electricity generation were calculated. Moreover, the future heat demand in the area of Tricity was assessed as well as the route of the main pipeline. Finally, to guarantee the high efficiency of the heat transport, thermal input of nuclear power plant was analysed. The environmental benefits (due to i.e. the replacement of a professional coal-fired CHP units in Gdansk and Gdynia) of the implementation of NCHP in Tricity region were indicated too. All results were presented in a synthetic way and briefly commented.
        Speaker: Mr Maciej Cholewinski (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, The Faculty of Mechanical and Power Engineering, The Chair of Energy Technologies, Turbines and Modelling of Thermal and Fluid Flow Processes)
      • 16:30
        TPC assembly tolling and procedure 1h 50m
        The Multi-Purpose Detector (MPD) is designed to study heavy-ion collisions at the Nuclotron-based heavy Ion Collider fAcility (NICA) at JINR. Theory predicts that at the energy density above 1 GeV/fm³ the nuclear matter undergoes a phase transition to the state of deconned quark and gluons - Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP). Such energy densities are released in head-on collisions of heavy ions at energies (√s) of several GeV. However, the region of the QCD phase diagram of non-zero baryon densities is mostly unexplored up to now. The Time-Projection Chamber (TPC) is the main tracking detector and used for charge particles identification. The multi wire proportional chamber (MWPС) with cathode pads is used for readout. The TPC being a large but conceptually simple detector must be constructed with very high precision to reduce nonlinear systematic effects. High stability of the mechanical structure, uniformity of the drift electric field, stability of the temperature, purity of the gas mixture and the gas gain uniformity are needed to provide precise track reconstruction and particle energy-loss measurements. TPC assembly tooling is designed and manufactured. Procedure of TPC assembly is presented.
        Speakers: Mr Aleksey Bazhazhin (JINR, LHPE, sector #1, branch #3 NICA-MPD) , Mr Vladislav Chepurnov (JINR, LHPE, sector #1, branch #3 NICA-MPD)
      • 16:30
        Triple graphite cointercalation compounds – promising source of carbon nanomaterials 1h 50m
        Obtaining of nanoscrolls and few-layer graphenes by sonication of triple graphite nitrate cointercalation compounds (GNCC) in liquid media was investigated. Graphite nitrates sequentially cointercalated with ethyl formate and acetic acid as well as ethyl formate and ethyl acetate were used as source of carbon nanoparticles. Spontaneous bloating of particles for these compounds has been observed in their drying process at 20 0C. The microstructure of obtained carbon nanoparticles was investigated by transmission electron microscopy. GNCC sonication in liquid media does not lead to complete exfoliation of graphite matrix. In addition to planes with a thickness of several atomic layers with scrolled edges there were particles with bloated carbon layers. It was due to evaporation of the intercalant between adjacent carbon planes under vacuum and electron beam conditions. Defects formation on the surface of such particles was observed. Further particles destruction and growing of defects goes in drying process at room temperature. As a result nanoscrolls were formed. Large graphene-like particles without visible signs of surface defects can be produced by the method as well. The presented results revealed graphite nitrate cointercalation compounds to be a promising source of carbon nanomaterials.
        Speaker: Ms Yuliya Berestneva (Public institution "L.M.Litvinenko Institute of physical organic and coal chemistry")
      • 16:30
        Zeeman effect at explosive nucleosynthesis 1h 50m
        Nuclear structure and composition in ultra-strong magnetic fields relevant for heavy-ion collisions, supernovae and magnetar crusts are analyzed. For field intensities exceeding 0.1 {\it teratesla} (TT) nuclear magnetic response is represented as combined reactivity of valent outer shell nucleons, exhibits linear regime up to a strength of 10~TT and exceeds significantly nuclear $g-$factor. The Zeeman effect leads to an increase of binding energies for open shell nuclei and a decrease for closed shell nuclei. Noticeable enhancement and suppression in a yield of corresponding explosive nucleosynthesis products with anti-magic and magic numbers corroborate with observational results.
        Speaker: Mrs Ulkhanym Nurtayeva (student)
      • 16:30
        СУПЕРИОННАЯПРОВОДИМОСТЬВКРИСТАЛЛАХTlSИTlSeИНДУЦИРОВАННАЯγ–ОБЛУЧЕНИЕМ 1h 50m
        В спектральной области 25÷106 Гц методом импедансной спектроскопии измерены частотные зависимости компонент полного комплексного импеданса и исследованы релаксационные процессы в кристаллахTlSи TlS до, и после гамма облучения дозой в 25 Мрад. Показано, что после γ – облучения в кристаллахTlSи TlSeвозникает фазовый переход с переходом системы в суперионное состояние при температуре 300 К. При этом на этих же образцах не подвергнутых радиационному воздействию, переход в суперионное состояние происходит при температуре выше 400 К.
        Speaker: Ms Nurana Aliyeva (Institute of Radiation Problems ANAS)
      • 16:30
        Эффективное использование геотермальных вод Азербайджана 1h 50m
        Эффективное использование геотермальных вод Азербайджана 1В.М. Аббасов, 2А.Дж. Микаилова, 2Ф.Ю. Гумбатов, 3С.М. Нуруев 1Институт Нефтехимических Процессов имени академика Юсифа Мамедалиева НАНА, пр. Ходжалы 3, AZ 1025, Баку, Азербайджан 2Институт Радиационных Проблем НАНА, Б.Вахабзаде 9, AZ 1143, Баку, Азербайджан 3Обеденный Институт Ядерных Исследования, ул. Жолио-Кюри, 6 г. Дубна, Московская обл., Россия, 141980 E-mail: mikayilova.a.c@gmail.com Во многих развитых странах мира проводят научные и практические исследования в связи с решением проблем использования нетрадиционной энергии - солнечной, ветряной и энергии подземных термальных вод. Термальные воды имея особенности подземного аккумулятора тепловой энергии и высокой ёмкости характеризуются как особо важные носители энергии в ряде нетрадиционных энергетических источников. Территория Азербайджанской Республики богата термальными водами. Они охватывают обширные территории, состоящие из Большого и Малого Кавказа, Абшеронского полуострова, склоны Талышских гор, Куринской впадины и Прикаспийско-Губинской области. Находящиеся в республике термальные источники вод, имеют высокую температуру (94 °C) и носят богатый минеральный состав, которые имеют особые значение. Термальные воды по своей температуре в Азербайджане распространены по следующим категориям. Субтермальный - 20-37°C, термальный - 37-42°C, очень горячий - 42-100°C и >100 °C (редко встречается). Подземные термальные воды являются экологически чистым источником энергии. Наряду с другими видами топлива (особенно нефть, газ) подземные термальные воды являются экологически чистым источником энергии, имеют большое значение комплексно изучение и его выдача для службы народа. Известно, что термальные воды имеют широкую область применения и для плодотворного использования этих вод надо разработать технологию эффективного использования. Эффективного использования термальных вод зависит от солевого состава. Поэтому перед использованием необходимо определит минеральный и солевой состав водных образцов. Взятые образцы термальных вод были измерены радионуклидный состав и радиоактивность. Полученные результаты для радиоактивности находятся в области допустимого придела. Литература 1. Проблемы энергетики. “Национальная Академия Наук Азербайджана, Перспективы развития использования альтернативных источников энергии в Азербайджане” № 1 • 2004 2. Мухтаров А.Ш., Хаммедов А.М “Геотермальные ресурсы Азербайджана” Проблемы развития геотермальной энергии в странах СНГ и деятельность международного Геофонда, At ЭНИН им. Г.М. Кржижановского. Москва, ноябрь 2003. 3. И.И. Тагиев, И.Ш. Ибрагимов, А.М. Бабаев “Ресурсы Минеральных и Термальных Вод Азербайджана” 167 ст. Баку (2001)
        Speakers: Mrs Amina Mikayilova (Institute of Radiation Problems of ANAS) , Mr Сабухи Нуруев (Обеденный Институт Ядерных Исследования)
    • 08:30 09:30
      Plenary session: Shvetsov Valery: "Nuclear planetology" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

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    • 09:30 10:30
      Plenary session: Olshevsky Aleksander: "JINR neutrino program, part 2" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

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    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break 30m
    • 11:00 12:00
      Plenary session: Petrosyan Artem Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

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    • 12:00 13:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: High energy physics: Section 2, Part 1 Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

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      • 13:30
        Tests of CBM@FAIR and MPD@NICA tracking systems prototype detector modules 15m
        Speaker: Mr Petr Kharlamov (SINP MSU)
      • 13:45
        GEM tracking system of the BM@N experiment 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Anna Maksymchuk (JINR)
      • 14:00
        EMC-effect in Drell-Yan process 15m
        Speaker: Mr Евгений Митрофанов (Олегович)
      • 14:15
        Measurement of multiplicities of charged hadrons, pions and kaons in DIS at COMPASS 15m
        Speaker: Николай Митрофанов (Олегович)
      • 14:30
        Analyzing power of Inverse Diproton Photodisintegration at Intermediate Energies 15m
        Speaker: Zhanibek Kurmanaliyev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Reserch)
      • 14:45
        Studying the strong interaction with baryon-(anti)baryon femtoscopy in Pb-Pb collisions measured by ALICE 15m
        Speaker: Mr Jeremi Niedziela (Warsaw University of Technology, CERN)
        Slides
      • 15:00
        Panda Muon System Prototype 15m
        Speaker: Dr Alexander Verkheev (JINR)
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: Information Technology: Section 1, Part 1 Room 406, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

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      • 13:30
        DataForge: modular platform for data storage and analysis 15m
        Speaker: Dr Alexander Nozik (INR RAS, MIPT)
      • 13:45
        Remote access to the Slow Control System of Nica-MPD Project 15m
        Speaker: Mr Jan Wójcik (Warsaw University of Technology)
      • 14:00
        Analysis of experimental physics data using distributed systems. 15m
        Speaker: Mr Mateusz Zaborski (WUT)
      • 14:15
        In the world of information technology – AntConc as an automatic data processing tool 15m
        Speaker: Ms Martyna Sabała (The University of Warsaw)
      • 14:30
        The Unified Database as offline storage of the BM@N/NICA experiment 15m
        Speaker: Dr Konstantin Gertsenberger (JINR)
        Slides
      • 14:45
        Integrated cloud infrastructure of the LIT JINR, PE "NULITS" and INP's Astana branch. 15m
        Speaker: Ms Yelena Mazhitova (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 15:00
        Geometric modelling in particle physics community 15m
        Speaker: Mr Egor Ovcharenko (JINR)
    • 13:30 15:15
      Oral session: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics: Section 2, Part 1 Room 407, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

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      • 13:30
        Using neural networks to calculate integrals 15m
        Speaker: Mr Dmitrii Melnitskii (SPBU)
      • 13:45
        Electron identification with Transition Radiation Detector in the CBM experiment 15m
        Speaker: Dr Olga Derenovskaya (LIT JINR)
        Slides
      • 14:00
        Numerical Investigation of the Emergency Release of a Crogenic Gas into a Confined Space 15m
        Speaker: Mr Cameron Sinclair (Wrocław University of Science & Technology)
      • 14:15
        The statistical regularization of Turchin 15m
        Speaker: Mr Mikhail Zelenyi (INR RAS)
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      • 14:30
        Studies of the Silicon Strip Detector properties of the EXPERT project 15m
        Presentation is devoted to the studying of the time characteristics of silicon strip detector and multi-channel front-end electronics TAMEX2. Such detector will be one of the EXPERT and Super-FRS setup modules in experiments at FAIR for investigation the properties of exotic nuclei.
        Speaker: Mr Ivan Muzalevsky (JINR)
      • 14:45
        Fission of U-238 and Pu-239 production in subcritical assembly 15m
        Speaker: Ms Magdalena Grab (Grab)
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        Spatially Oscillating Potential 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Madalina Mihaela Miloi (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research , University of Bucharest-Faculty of Physics)
    • 15:15 15:45
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      Oral session: High energy physics: Section 2, Part 2 Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technoogies)

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      Laboratory of Information Technoogies

      • 15:45
        The study of the associated production of the Higgs boson with the W boson and decay into a pair of b-quarks 15m
        Speaker: Mr Faig Ahmadov (JINR)
      • 16:00
        Sensitivity studies of color reconnection in top UE measurements 15m
        Speaker: Mr Arturo Rodríguez (Instituto Superior de Tecnologías y Ciencias Aplicadas)
      • 16:15
        Determination of the phase phi_s at LHCb 15m
        Speaker: Ms Varvara Batozskaya (Nation Centre for Nuclear Research)
        Slides
      • 16:30
        The search for sterile neutrinos in Troitsk nu-mass experiment 15m
        Speaker: Dr Alexander Nozik (INR RAS, MIPT)
      • 16:45
        Measurement of Forward-Backward Asymmetry in Drell-Yan processes of Dimuon Production in Proton-Proton collisions with the CMS experiment at the LHC 15m
        Speaker: Vladislav Shalaev (JINR, Dubna State University)
      • 17:00
        Search for narrow heavy resonances in dimuon channel in proton collisions at the CMS experiment 15m
        Speaker: Mr Ilia Zhizhin (JINR)
      • 17:15
        Design, fabrication and tests of IACT telescope for the TAIGA experiment. 15m
        Speaker: Mr Yaroslav Sagan (JINR)
    • 15:45 17:00
      Oral session: Information Technology: Section 1, Part 2 Room 406, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 406, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        Architecture of distributed picture archiving and communication systems for storing and processing high resolution medical images 15m
        Speaker: Ms Victoria Tokareva (JINR)
        Slides
      • 16:00
        Software for Low-Energy Beam Simulation by Particle-in-Cell Algorithm 15m
        Speaker: Mr Alexey Boytsov (JINR LHEP)
      • 16:15
        Computer methods in dosimetry 15m
        Speaker: Mr Bartłomiej Kliś (Warsaw University of Technology)
      • 16:30
        MPI IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FITTING PROCEDURE IN THE SFF ANALYSIS OF POLYDISPERSED VESICULAR SYSTEMS STRUCTURE 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maksim Bashashin (Laboratory of Information Technologies, JINR)
      • 16:45
        HLITVD_ASP - a service for shared applied software packages 15m
        HLITVD_ASP - a service for shared applied software packages
        Speaker: Ms Shushanik Torosyan (LIT)
    • 15:45 17:15
      Oral session: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics: Section 2, Part 2 Room 407, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

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      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        The trajectory folding-period method in transmutation analysis 15m
        Speaker: Mr Przemyslaw Stanisz (AGH University of Science and Technology)
      • 16:00
        Molecular Dynamic Simulation of AuCu I under uniaxial tensile treatment 15m
        Speaker: Dr Mohammed Aish (Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Menoufia University, Menoufia, Egypt)
      • 16:15
        Algorithm for Solving the Optimization Problem for Reaching a Required Periodical Temperature Regime on the Surface of a Multilayer Cylinder 15m
        Speaker: Mr Alexander Ayriyan (Laboratory of Information Technologies, JINR)
      • 16:30
        Algorithm and Program for Grigorian construction of mixed phase in cold and dense nuclear matter 15m
        Speaker: Ms Olga Korneeva (Vladimir State University)
      • 16:45
        The impact of the covariance matrix on the accuracy of unfolding process using Bayesian inference 15m
        Speaker: Mr Michal ORLINSKI
      • 17:00
        INVESTIGATION OF THE COLD PROCESS PIPE RUPTURE MECHANISM 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maciej Dziewiecki (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology)
    • 08:30 09:30
      Plenary session: Bednyakov Alexander "Particle Physics and Recent LHC Results" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 09:30 10:30
      Plenary session: Karpov Alexander "Overview of superheavy elements research: Achievements and Perspectives" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break 30m
    • 11:00 12:00
      Plenary session: Kucherka Norbert "Neutron Scattering for Hard and Soft Condensed Matter Studies" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 12:00 13:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 13:30 15:15
      Experimental Nuclear Physics: Section 1, Part 1 Conference Hall, 5th floor (Labolatory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Labolatory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Decay studies of n-deficient nuclei at ACCULINNA: case of 27S and 26P 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Natalia Sokolowska (AGH University od Science and Technology)
      • 13:45
        Controlling system for experimental setups of MASHA at cyclotron DC280 15m
        Speaker: Mr Antonin Opichal (Palacky University Olomouc)
      • 14:00
        New particle position determination modules for Double Side Silicon Strip Detector at DGFRS 15m
        Speaker: Mr Leo Schlattauer (Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic)
        Slides
      • 14:15
        Testing and modeling of the HpGe detector with anti-Compton shield 15m
        Speaker: Нурбек Турсунбаев (ОИЯИ, ЛНФ, ОЯФ, СИНЯВ)
      • 14:30
        Neutron-removal reaction cross sections of light neutron-rich nuclei produced from Combas fragment separator 15m
        Speaker: Talgat Issatayev (------)
      • 14:45
        Prediction of band head spin of triaxial SD band using VMI model 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Poonam Jain (Amity university)
      • 15:00
        Possibility to increase efficiency of the energy transfer to neutrons due to diffraction by a moving grating. 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maxim Zakharov (MIPT, FLNP)
    • 13:30 15:15
      Life Science: Section 1, Part 1 Room 407, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 407, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Induction and repair of DNA double-strand breaks in hippocampal neurons of mise of different age after exposure to 60CO γ-rays in vivo and in vitro 15m
        Speaker: Ms Regina Kozhina (Alekseevna)
      • 13:45
        DNA double-strand break repair in rat cerebellum Purkinje neurons after proton and 60CO γ-ray exposure 15m
        Speaker: Ms Tatyana Bulanova (associate scientist, Joint Instituite for Nuclear Research, LRB)
      • 14:00
        Visualization of clustered DNA damage along accelerated ions tracks 15m
        Speaker: Ms Elena Kruglyakova (LRB)
      • 14:15
        Radiobiological evaluation of dose rate effect on Leksell Gamma Knife Perfexion 15m
        Speaker: Ms Veronika Pastykova (Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, CTU Prague)
      • 14:30
        Assessment of anti-oxidant activity of ginger, thyme and cinnamon extracts using DPPH and CCl4-induced liver injury rat model. 15m
        Speaker: Mr Mohamad Taha Abdelrahman (Nuclear research center - Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority)
      • 14:45
        Measurement of reactive oxygen species formation in V79 cells 15m
        Speaker: Mr Lukáš Ondrák (Czech Technical University in Prague)
      • 15:00
        Biodosimetry: current and future approaches 15m
        Speaker: Ms Marcela Jeličová (Czech)
    • 13:30 15:15
      Particle accelerators and nuclear reactors: Section 1 Part 1 Room 406, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 406, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 13:30
        Modelling of a superconducting Nuclotron-type cable for the application at SIS100 particle accelerator 15m
        Speaker: Mr Łukasz Tomków (Politechnika Wrocławska)
      • 14:00
        Magnetic Field Errors Tolerance of Nuclotron Booster 15m
        Speaker: Olha Kazinova (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 14:15
        ESIS ions injection, holding and extraction control system 15m
        Speaker: Mr Dmitriy Ponkin (JINR)
        Slides
      • 14:30
        Ultracold neutrons 15m
        Speaker: Dias Kereibay (Kereibay)
      • 14:45
        Heat inflows to cold elements of cryogenic installation in a case of sudden vacuum loss 15m
        Speaker: Mr Aleksander Kopczynski (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology)
      • 15:00
        Compact 2.45 GHz ECR Ion Source for generation singly-charged ions 15m
        Speaker: Mr Riyaz Fatkullin (ITEP, JINR)
    • 15:15 15:45
      Coffee break 30m
    • 15:45 18:15
      Experimental Nuclear Physics: Section 1 Part 2 Conference Hall, 5th floor (Labolatory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Labolatory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        Search of rare reaction channels with proton evaporation 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Mereigul Tezekbayeva (FLNP, JINR)
      • 16:00
        The impact of the tensor interaction on the β-delayed neutron emission of the neutron-rich Ni isotopes 15m
        Speaker: Mr Evgenii Sushenok (International University Dubna)
      • 16:15
        Advanced time-delayed β-γ-γ(t) method as a powerful tool to study neutron-rich nuclei 15m
        Speaker: Ms Ewa Adamska (Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw)
      • 16:30
        Study of neutron-rich 133Sn and 134Sn nuclei via beta-decay 15m
        Speaker: Ms Monika Piersa (Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw)
      • 16:45
        Structure of B-10 and C-11,12 nuclei in relativistic dissociation 15m
        Speaker: Mr Andrew Zaitsev (JINR, LHE)
      • 17:00
        Nucleon pairing manifestation in systematics of low-lying spectra in isotopes near 208Pb 15m
        Speaker: Ms Liliya Imasheva (Lomonosov Moscow State University)
      • 17:15
        Photonuclear reactions on Strontium and Molybdenum isotopes. 15m
        Speaker: Maria Popova (Faculty of Physics, MSU)
      • 17:30
        Combined mass method for study of exotic nuclei 15m
        Speaker: Mr Pavel Sharov (JINR)
      • 17:45
        Electronic catalogue of muonic X-rays 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Daniya Zinatulina (Russian)
      • 18:00
        First radioactive beams at ACCULINNA-2 facility and first proposed experiment 15m
        Speaker: Andrey Bezbakh (FLNR JINR)
    • 15:45 16:45
      Life Science: Section 1, Part 2 Room 407, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 407, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        Multi-Layer Description Model for Radon Concentration in Soil 15m
        Speaker: Dr Momen Orabi (Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza 12613, Egypt)
      • 16:00
        Reflections on biomonitoring of air pollution 15m
        Speaker: Mrs Aneta Krakovska (doctoral student)
      • 16:15
        COMPARISON OF MATHEMATICAL MODELLING RESULTS WITH RESULTS OF SPECIAL AIR POLLUTION MONITORING 15m
        Speaker: Mr Vladislav Svozilík (JINR)
      • 16:30
        Synthesis of carborane containing compounds as promising agents for boron neutron capture therapy of cancer 15m
        Speaker: Dr Ilya Korolkov (Institute of nuclear physics of Kazakhstan)
    • 15:45 17:00
      Particle accelerators and nuclear reactors: Section 1 Part 2 Room 406, 4th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Room 406, 4th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

      • 15:45
        Automatic frequency control device for a two-gap quarter-wave kaoxial buncher 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maksim Trushin (Sergeevich)
      • 16:00
        Towards optimized production of Sc-43 at the Bern Medical Cyclotron Laboratory 15m
        Speaker: Mr Tommaso Carzaniga (University of Bern)
      • 16:15
        Coherent Pion Production in the NOvA Near Detector 15m
        Speaker: Mr Christopher Kullenberg (JINR)
      • 16:30
        Time domain analysis of the stochastic cooling process for Nuclotron and NICA collider 15m
        Speaker: Valeriya Khomutova
      • 16:45
        INVESTIGATION OF THE COLD PROCESS PIPE RUPTURE MECHANISM 15m
        Speaker: Mr Maciej Dziewiecki (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology)
    • 18:30 22:00
      Banquet
    • 08:30 09:30
      Plenary session: Naumov Dmitry "Neutrino oscillations in vacuum and in matter" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 09:30 10:30
      Plenary session: Chudoba Vratislav "Exotic nuclei in everyday life" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies

    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break 30m
    • 11:00 12:00
      Plenary session: Lednický Richard "Correlation measurement of particle strong interaction" Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technoloogies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technoloogies

    • 12:00 13:00
      Closing Conference Hall, 5th floor (Laboratory of Information Technologies)

      Conference Hall, 5th floor

      Laboratory of Information Technologies