ISINN-27 starts in Dubna

News, 07 June 2019

On 10 June 2019, the 27th International Seminar on Interaction of Neutrons with Nuclei (ISINN-27) will start in the International Conference Hall in Dubna. The meeting has been attracting specialists from leading centres of Russia and the world for more than 25 years.

Organizers of ISINN-27 are the Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics JINR, the State Key Laboratory of Intense Pulsed Radiation Simulation and Effect (SKLIPRSE) of the Northwest Institute of Nuclear Technology (NINT, China), the Shaanxi Key Laboratory of Advanced Nuclear Energy and Technology (SKLANT) of the Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU, China), the China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE), the China Spallation Neutron Source of the Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS (CSNS, IHEP).

ISINN-27 aims at bringing together leading scientists, researchers, and research scholars from around the world involved in the development of neutron science, nuclear physics, and their applications to exchange and share their experience and most recent results in the field.

This year, about 120 participants representing research centres of China, Egypt, France and Germany, as well as the JINR Member States among which are Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Romania, Vietnam will gather at the meeting.

There will be three types of presentations: invited reports, oral presentations, and posters.

The meeting will cover the following topics:

  • Fundamental properties of the neutron
  • Fundamental interactions & symmetries in neutron induced reactions
  • Properties of compound states, nuclear structure
  • Intermediate and fast neutron induced reactions
  • Gamma-decay of excited states
  • Nuclear fission
  • Neutron data for applied and scientific purposes
  • Methodical aspects
  • Physics of ultra-cold neutrons (UCN)
  • Nuclear and related analytical techniques in the environmental and material sciences
  • ADS studies
  • Neutron detection
  • Neutron radiation effect
  • Nuclear reactors
  • Radiation transportation and simulation
  • Advanced neutron sources and perspective experiments