MICC JINR Multifunctional
Information and Computing



The 8th International Conference "Distributed Computing and Grid-technologies in Science and Education" (GRID 2018), 10-14 September 2018 – Dubna, Russia

This is a unique Conference, held in Russia on the questions related to the use of Grid-technologies in various areas of science, education, industry and business. The tentative timetable of the present conference foresees in-depth analysis of hot topics such as the development of the global grid-infrastructure providing the optimal use of computing and data storage resources through national grid-infrastructures (National Grid Initiatives, NGIs) as well as the development of the Russian Grid Network.

18 03 2018


International school “Scientific computing, Big data analytics and machine learning technology for megascience projects”, 10-14 September 2018 – Dubna, Russia

The goal of the school is to attract young scientists, students and postgraduate students to solve IT-tasks and challenges related to various aspects of megaprojects in the field of high-energy physics and to familiarize participants with modern methods of Big data analytics, machine learning and high-performance computing systems and to use this knowledge to solve IT tasks in the field of high-energy physics The proposed lecture and teaching program of the School will allow participants to see all aspects of research related to Big data by the example of the NICA megaproject and experiments at the Large Hadron Collider as the main sources of big data in high-energy physics. Within the school it is planned to organize training courses on distributed systems for collecting, processing, managing and storing information; use of high-performance and high-speed computing systems (supercomputers, computer clusters) for processing and modeling data of physical experiments, including machine learning methods. The participants of the school will have the opportunity to listen to the plenary reports of the leading world scientists and experts in the field of GRID technologies and distributed computing presented at the GRID'2018 conference.

17 06 2018


Presentation of the Supercomputer of LIT JINR

Dear colleagues! The Directorate of the Laboratory of Information Technologies JINR and the companies Intel, RSC Technologies, NVIDIA, IBS Platformix invite you to take part in the presentation of the N.N. Govorun Supercomputer, that will be held on 27 March 2018 at 4:00 PM in the LIT Conference Hall. Agenda: 4:00 PM Seminar-presentation (LIT Conference Hall) Supercomputer is a promising project of development of the JINR basic facilities, V.V. Korenkov (LIT) Hоt theoretical physics topics for HPC, D.I. Kazakov (BLTP) The NICA mega science project, V.D. Kekelidze (VBLHEP) New Intel architectures and technologies for high-performance computations, N.S. Mester (Intel) Superdense and energy efficient decisions of RSC, A.A. Moskovsky (RSC Technologies) IBS Platformix – Infrastructure decisions, V. Kochetov (IBS Platformix) Excursion to the Multifunctional Information and Computing Complex of JINR (LIT, 2nd floor) 6:00 PM Buffet.

22 03 2018


7th annual scientific conference of young scientists and specialists "Alushta-2017" – 10-17 June 2018 – Alushta, Republic of Crimea

The central theme of the upcoming seventh conference of ALUSHTA-2018 will be "the main scientific achievements of the Institute in nuclear physics and particle physics." Within the framework of the event, leading scientists of the Institute will read their lectures on modern achievements obtained by the Institute's Laboratories. On the basis of the lectures delivered, it is planned to hold discussions on the subject of lectures and a round table on the problems of young scientists. The aim of the conference is to present the results of the research of young scientists and specialists, students and post-graduate students of the Institute, as well as to familiarize with the key research areas being conducted at JINR and their role in the Russian and world scientific communities.

11 02 2018


The XXII International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists (AYSS-2018) – 23-27 April 2018 – Dubna, Russia

Within the Conference, leading scientists will give lectures on the recent theoretical, experimental and applied investigations conducted all around the world with emphasis on the major results obtained at JINR. We will focus on the new flagship project of JINR - The Nuclotron-based Ion Collider fAcility (NICA). All participants are encouraged to submit abstracts on the following topics: - Theoretical Physics - Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics - High Energy Physics - Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors - Experimental Nuclear Physics - Applied Research - Information Technology - Condensed Matter Physics - Life Science

06 02 2018


Information and telecommunication technologies and mathematical modeling of high-tech systems 2018 – 16-20 April 2018 – Moscow, Russia

Information and telecommunication technologies, as a component of information and telecommunication systems, belong to the priority areas of science, technology and technology development in the Russian Federation, and the development of high-tech systems and the improvement of information and telecommunication technologies is impossible without the development and application of mathematical models for their functioning. The purpose of the conference is to combine efforts of Russian and foreign universities, academic and industry research institutes, research centers, interested enterprises and commercial companies to develop and summarize the accumulated experience, to identify the most relevant areas of scientific research in the field of information and telecommunication technologies, mathematical modeling, artificial intellect, economic-mathematical modeling and other important directions for the development of scientific research dovany and scientific and technical developments.

18 01 2018


The 23rd International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics – 9-13 July 2018 – Sofia, Bulgaria

CHEP 2018 will address challenges in data‐intensive experimental and computational science to stress the increasing importance of the computing‐related connections between high‐energy and nuclear physics and data‐intensive astronomy, X‐ray science and computational science.

18 01 2018