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The main purpose of the Summer Student Program at JINR is to attract  graduate students from the JINR Member States on a competitive basis to the Institute scientific groups that implement the main JINR research projects.

The Summer Student Program at JINR will be organized in the form of student research projects in the scientific groups and will last from 4 to 8 weeks during the period from June to September of each calendar year.

Participants of the Program may be students finishing third or fourth year of bachelor studies, master students or PhD students enrolled in the first year of graduate school.

Application deadline: 31. March 2018.

International training programme for decision-makers in science and international scientific cooperation

JEMS – «JINR Expertise for Member States and Partner Countries»


16 – 20 April 2018. Visit Centre, JINR, Dubna

Since 2016, the Joint Instutute for Nuclear Research has been actively implementing the training programme for administrative and scientific personnel from research and educational organisations of JINR member states, associated members, and partner countries.

The training programme includes meetings with the JINR Directorate, a tour of the four main research complexes of the Institute, establishment of professional contacts with project leaders, daily lectures at the Visit Centre, as well as a Dubna sightseeing excursion.

JEMS trainings are held every 3-4 months. Working language – English. A Russian language training course is announced by a special notice.

More information on the JINR website!

49th Annual Meeting on Nuclear Technology (AMNT 2018)

Berlin, Germany; 29 - 30 May 2018

The AMNT is one of Europe’s most recognized and best established nuclear technology conferences and a must-attend event for international experts and decision-makers working in industry, utilities, research and development, politics and administration. At the AMNT, a high-level forum for expertise and dialogue awaits you.

The Conference features many various formats such as Focus Sessions, Technical Session, a Plenary Session and Workshops divided in three Key Topics: 

  Outstanding Know-how & Sustainable Innovations

  Enhanced Safety & Operation Excellence

  Decommissioning Experience & Waste Management Solutions

Early Bird Registration until January 31, 2018 (

2th International Conference of the Croatian Nuclear Society

Nuclear Option for CO2 Free Energy Generation
(Former "Nuclear Option In Countries With Small and Medium Electricity Grids")

Zadar, Croatia; 3 - 6 June 2018

In view of good response and success of the previous Croatian Nuclear Society (HND) conferences, devoted to the needs and interests of countries that are interested in nuclear energy especially with small or medium nuclear systems and electricity grids, the HND’s 2018 conference in Zadar will serve the broader general purpose, concentrating on the current topics which attracted most interest before.
This is the follow up conference addressing the needs of this important and growing group of countries interested in nuclear power. The Conference will consider the nuclear option from the point of view of national energy strategy, resources, costs, technology, organisation, education, and environmental advantages. It will also focus on matters related to operational safety, fuel cycle, waste management, and decommissioning.
The important goal of the Conference is also to promote regional co-operation and exchange of experience in use of nuclear power and fuel cycle facilities among small or medium-sized countries with an interest in the nuclear option.

More information on the Conference website!

Nessebar, Bulgaria; 10 - 13 Szeptember 2018

The conference will provide to academic and industrial experts a common forum to present and discuss the news and issues concerning nuclear technology and nuclear applications. The “Nuclear energy for the people” conference aims also to bring together nuclear specialists, to present their results and to raise the trust of the general public  to the achievements and use of nuclear science and technologies.

Main topics:

Radiation protection

Nuclear in Medicine

NPP Lifetime Management

RAW Management

Regulatory Issues

NPP Safety

NPP Decommissioning

Safety culture

Advances in Nuclear Education and Training

Conference e-mail: conference'at'

Registration form

Conference poster and call