Science Journalists from six European countries visit major sites in Moscow, Dubna and Gatchina
The Innovation Workshop was held on the 10th of October 2017, under the framework of WP8 of the CREMLIN project at DTU campus in Lyngby, a metropolitan area of Copenhagen, Denmark.
On September 26, 2017 Academician Professor Alexander Sergeev – director of the Institute of Applied Physics in Nizhny Novgorod and member of the CREMLIN Consortium Board (CB) was elected as President of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS). The European-Russian CREMLIN community very cordially congratulates Academician Sergeev to this outstanding step in his career, and all CREMLIN consortium wishes him a very successful start as RAS president and good luck.
Workshop on “Key Technological Issues in Construction and Exploitation of 100 PW Class Lasers”organized by the Institute of Applied Physics RAS
The workshop on “Key Technological Issues in Construction and Exploitation of 100 PW Class Lasers” was held from July 22 to July 28, 2017, as part of the International Symposium "Topical Problems of Nonlinear Wave Physics" (NWP-2017) on board the river ship cruising from Moscow to St.Petersburg.
The RACIRI 2017 Summer School took place in Ronneby and Lund, Sweden, from 19-26 August 2017 with over 90 participants. This year’s focus theme was “Grand Challenges and Opportunities with the Best X-ray and Neutron Sources”.
On 13 July 2017, an informal exchange meeting took place at DESY Hamburg: the topic was the status and prospects of the tokamak fusion project IGNITOR. This meeting has been realized within the framework of Work package 2 “Exchange platform” of the CREMLIN project.
During 15-16 June 2017, ESRF was hosting the European-Russian CREMLIN Workshop on “Funding and Joint Research Programmes at the Megascience Facilities”. This workshop was held back-to-back with the third CREMLIN Consortium board meeting. More than 30 representatives and experts from European and Russian megascience labs came to Grenoble in order to discuss the topic of funding and joint research programmes with a focus on European-Russian collaboration in the context of Megascience facilities. A tour through the facilities at ILL and at ESRF rounded off this CREMLIN event.
In the coming year, the Russian research reactor PIK in Gatchina near St. Petersburg is scheduled to go into operation. The main focus of the workshop “The future of biology and soft matter research on reactor PIK”, which took place in mid-May in Peterhof, Russia, was the development of a scientific user community for neutron research in biology and soft matter. It is planned that suitable instruments for this purpose will be developed at PIK.
The creation of the “CREMLIN data management platform for lepton colliders” is completed. The Lepton Collider Platfom aims at sharing information among participants in e+e- collider studies.
During 15-16 February 2017, the NRC “Kurchatov Institute” hosted the CREMLIN Workshop on “Big data Management” in Moscow. More than 70 representatives and experts from European and Russian megascience labs came together in order to discuss the many facets of Big data management and its relevance for European and Russian megascience facilities and their collaboration. Representatives from European and global big data networks and initiatives discussed with Russian partner possibilities to start or extend cooperation with Russian partners. A tour through the NRC “Kurchatov Institute” Supercomputing facilities, through the Synchrotron Center and through the F-1 Reactor rounded off this CREMLIN event.