On 15 September 2015, fully-fledged shifts were launched at the Remote Operation Centre of the NOvA experiment at JINR (ROC-Dubna). The experiment participants have been working in shifts from Dubna for five years controlling detectors and monitoring the neutrino beam in Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) in the USA. A young, positive and already skilled team involves 12 shifters. There are expert software and hardware groups. Alexander Antoshkin is in charge of the team and ROC-Dubna liaison. We sincerely congratulate the ROC-Dubna team on this great occasion! We wish them productive time at work and stable internet connection!
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