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JINR and Belgium

Collaboration of JINR with research centres and Universities in Belgium embraces various aspects of nuclear, elementary particle and solid-state physics.

Dubna, 1979. Participants of the international Symposium "Fundarnental Problems in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics".
In the photograph: J. Devreese and his wife (Belgium), N.N. Bogolyubov Jr. (Russia), N.N. Bogolyubov (JINR), V.A. Ambartsumyan (Armenia), A.A. Logunov (Russia), R. De Groot (the Netherlands).

Involved in the co-operation with JINR scientists are Belgian colleagues from UIA (Antwerp), ISIPC, ULB, VUB (Brussels), IRMM (Geel) RUG (Gent), KUL (Leuven) IBAA (Louvain-la-Neuve) and the University of Mons.

JINR, 1994. One of the installations at the Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions.
Left to right: Yu.A. Lazarev (JINR), F. Hanappe (Belgium), B. Vignon (France), J. Rigol (Cuba), Yu.V. Lobanov (JINR).

JINR, 1996. At a session of the JINR Scientific Council. JINR Director V.G. Kadyshevsky (left) presents G. Deutsch (Belgium) with the Honorary Diploma of JINR in recognition of his contribution to the Joint institute.

Long-range fruitful scientific collaboration connects the Joint Institute with the International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry.

Brussels, 2000. Seminar on the results of the EU-Russia collaboration in the field of complex systems studies.

In the photograph: ISTC Director, Nobel Prize winner I.R. Prigogine (centre), and Deputy Director I. Antoniou (first on the right) among a group of physicists from research centres of Russia, Brazil, Greece and JINR.


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