Read more ...Видеопроект “Хронограф. Свидетели времени” призван сохранять воспоминания сотрудников Лаборатории ядерных проблем ОИЯИ об истории Лаборатории, ее сотрудниках, исследованиях и открытиях. 

Мы задаем нашим собеседникам вопросы об их работе, коллегах, проектах и интересных фактах. Расспрашиваем, как менялась Лаборатория, как строились установки и делались открытия. 

Современные достижения ЛЯП ОИЯИ построены на фундаменте преемственности научного знания и традиций. Помнить об истории и предшественниках — наш долг и наша задача.

 

 

 

 

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The interview with Viktor Ivanovich Smirnov. In 1985−2007, he was the head of the Electrotechnological Department of the Laboratory of Nuclear Problems. Viktor Ivanovich had worked at the Laboratory for almost 60 years, since 1961. In 1979, he was assigned to the position of deputy head of the Electrotechnological Department, and in 1985, he became its head. He headed the department till 2007. He retired in 2019 as a leading engineer.

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Video Project “Chronograph. Time’s Witnesses” is aimed at preserving memories of staff researchers of the Dzhelepov Laboratory of Nuclear Problems about the Lab history, scientists, experiments and discoveries. We ask our interviewees about their work, colleagues, projects and interesting facts. We are eager to know how the Laboratory changed with time, how facilities were constructed and discoveries made. DLNP's present-day achievements are based on the foundation of maintaining consistency of scientific knowledge and traditions. Being mindful of history and predecessors is our obligation and aim.

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An interview with Igor Donatovich Alexandrov, Doctor of Biology, the chief DLNP researcher, Head of the Group of Molecular and Radiation Genetics of the Dzhelepov Laboratory of Nuclear Problems. Igor Donatovich is a doctor by profession. He worked as a senior researcher at the Research Institute of Medical Radiology of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR in Obninsk under the guidance of N. V. Timofeev-Resovsky.