Mongolia

General information on collaboration

Mongolia has been one of the JINR member states since JINR foundation. Academician N. Sodnom was a first JINR Plenipotentiary representative who signed the JINR regulation. Then he repeatedly was appointed to the Plenipotentiary representative, was elected to vice-director of JINR, and was a president of the academy of Sciences in the motherland, was a rector of Mongolian State University. He kept in touch with JINR being in all these positions. Professor D. Tsavagmid, academicians B. Chadraa, S. Enhbat and T. Galbaatar, professors D. Chultem, O. Otgonsuren, D. Tuvdendorge, B. Dalhsuren, Sh. Garbish and many other Mongolian scientists and science organisers significantly contributed to JINR development.

Many young Mongolian physicists joined to first-rate works done within international teams of the Institute over the 50-year history of JINR. Mongolian experts who studied in JINR became leading scientists in their motherland – and professors, academicians, winners of the State prize, and became directors of research institutions. Today they are leaders in science development in Mongolia, they are very interested in Dubna to be a modern physics school for young experts of the country.

Mongolian scientists continue studying successfully in JINR laboratories – on 1 November 2013 12 Mongolian experts work full-time in the JINR directory including 2 Candidates and 1 Doctor of Science. Annually 15 Mongolian scientists and experts come to the Institute on short-term business trips to do collaborative work and to attend in JINR conferences, and approximately the same number of JINR employees come to Mongolia.

The Nuclear Energy Agency of Mongolia, Mongolian State University with the Centre of Nuclear Researches and the Academy of Sciences with the Institute of Physics and Technology are traditional partners of JINR in Mongolia. The collaboration is carried out in a range of themes of all JINR activity areas including the educational programme. Links between Mongolia and the European organisation of Nuclear Research are brought into action through JINR: many experts take part in ALICE project.

JINR is going to play an important role to help Mongolian colleagues in both the work performance as a part of the programme and the training of high-skilled experts due to the beginning of the National programme of nuclear power and industry development of uranium sources.

  • Evgeny A. Krasavin
    Executive of the contacts with, Mongolia, Director of the Laboratory of Radiation Biology JINR

  • +7 (49621) 6-57-40
    +7 (49621) 6-26-88

  • krasavin@jinr.ru

  • Mikhail G. Loshchilov
    Coordinator of the collaboration with Mongolia, Leading engineer of the JINR Science Organization & International Cooperation Office

  • +7 (49621) 6-53-64

  • mgl@jinr.ru

Scientific Themes and Projects

Sientists of Mongolia take part in the research work on the following themes of the Topical plan for JINR research and international cooperation 2017:

  • Theoretical Physics
    “Theory of fundamental interactions”, leaders: D.I. Kazakov, O.V. Teriaev, A.B. Arbuzov, from the part of Mongolia: Kh. Namsrai (IPT MAS), O. Lhagva, T. Zhanlav (MonSU);
    “Theory of Condensed Matter Physics”, leaders: V.A. Osipov, A.M. Povolotski, from the part of Mongolia: O. Lhagva (MonSU).
  • Elementary Particle Physics and Relativistic Nuclear Physics
    “Research of compressed baryonic matter at GSI accelerator complex”, leaders: A.I. Malahov, V.V. Ivanov, from the part of Mongolia: Ts. Baatar (IPT MAS);
    “Researches of relativistic heavy and light ion physics at Nuclotron , SPS and SIS18”, leader: A.I. Malahov, from the part of Mongolia: Ts. Baatar (IPT MAS), R. Togoo (IPT MAS), Ts. Timandalger (ANE), Ts. Dumdinsuran (ANE);
    “ALICE: Research of interactions od heavy ion beams and protons at LHC”, leader: A.S. Vodopianov, from the part of Mongolia: Ts. Baatar (IPT MAS);
    “Development and creation of complex prototype for radiotherapy and applied research of heavy ion beams of Nuclotron-M”. Leader: S.I. Tiutiunnikov, from the part of Mongolia: R. Togoo (IPT MAS).
  • Nuclear physics
    “Accelerator complex of ion beams of stable and radioactive nuclides (DRIBs-III)”, leaders: G.G. Gulbekian, S.N. Dmitriev, M.G. Itkis, J.Ts. Oganesian, from the part of Mongolia: P. Zuzaan (CNR MonSU);
    “Synthesis and nuclei properties on stability boundaries”, leaders: M.G. Itkis, J.Ts. Oganesian, from the part of Mongolia: P. Zuzaan (CNR MonSU);
    “Non-accelerative neutrino physics and astrophysics”, leaders: V.B. Brudanin, A. Kovalik, E.A. Jakushev, from the part of Mongolia: T. Galbaatar, O. Lhagva (CNR MonSU), S. Enhbat (ANE);
    “Analyses of Neutron Nuclear Physics”, leader: V.N. Shvetsov, from the part of Mongolia: G. Huuhanhoo (MNU), N. Baldzhinian (CSL)
  • Condensed Matter Physics, Radiation and Radiobiological Research
    “Research of condensed substance state with use of modern neutron diffraction techniques”, leaders; V.L. Aksenov, A.M. Balagurov, D.P. Koslenko, from the part of Mongolia: D. Samgaa, G. Savzhisuran (IPT ASM), Sh. Chadraabl (MSUST);
    “Radiation effects and nanotechnology fundamentals, and radioanalytical and radioisotopic researches at FLNR accelerators”, leaders: S.N. Dmitriev, P.J. Apel, from the part of Mongolia: S. Davaa, N. Norov (CNR MonSU);
    “Biological effect researches of heavy ions of different energies”, leaders: E.A. Krasavin, G.N. Timoshenko, from the part of Mongolia: O. Lhagva (CNR MonSU);
    “Development of research nuclear IBR-2 facility with the complex of cryogenic neutron moderator”, leaders: A.V. Belushkin, A.V. Vinogradov, from the part of Mongolia: B. Chadraa, D. Sangaa (IPT MAS).
  • Networking, Computing, Computational Physics
    “Information and Computing Infrastructure of JINR”, Leader: V.V. Korenkov (LIT), from the part of Mongolia: D. Bolormaa (MNU), B. Nergui (II MAS);
    “Methods, algorithms and software for physical system modelling, mathematical processing and analysis of experimental data”, Leaders: G. Adam, P.V. Zrelov, from the part of Mongolia: T. Zhanlav, S. Budniam (MonSU), B. Batgaral (MSUNT)
Plenipotentiary representative

The Plenipotentiary representative of the government of Mongolia in JINR from 2012 to present is Professor Suren Davaa, Scientific Secretary of the Nuclear Research Center at the Mongolian State University.

Suren Davaa, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, professor, director of the Centre of Nuclear Research of Mongolian State University (MonSU) (since 1997), was born on 23 November 1953.

He graduated in 1976 with a degree in physics. He worked at Joint Institute of Nuclear Research in 1979-1986. Then in 1985 he defended his Ph.D. thesis in JINR. He worked as a lecturer in 1986-1989. In 1989-1992 he was a director of studies, in 1992-2008 he was a first pro-rector and in 2009-2010 – rector of MonSU. He has been a director of the Centre of Nuclear Research of MonSU since 1997. Since 2016, he is Scientific Secretary of the Nuclear Research Center at the Mongolian State University.

Major scientific achievements

His main scientific projects are on the research of nuclei decay of lanthanides by nuclear orientation method. Spins of dozens level of the daughter nuclei and parameters of multipolarity mixing for cell transitions were identified unambiguously by measure of anisotropy of angular gamma ray distribution between daughter nuclei levels.

Energy and Level structure of rotation bands and transient probabilities between these nuclei levels were calculated under the semi-microscopic quasi-partial phonon model for odd ytterbium nuclei, and a comparison with experimental data was also done.

Over the last years, Suran Davaa worked on the using of atomic power in Mongolia. He significantly contributed to the system change of the Higher education of Mongolia.

Suren Davaa about JINR:
JINR significantly contributes not only to the world science, but also to electronics and accelerative and reactor technics development and to other high technologies. A range of generations of professional personnel from member states grew up in JINR.

Members of the Scientific Council

At present, Tseepeldorj Baatar Tseepeldorzh is a member of the JINR Scientific Council.

Tseepeldorj Baatar, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, professor, academician of Mongolian AS, director of the Laboratory of physics of high energy MAS, member of the JINR Scientific Council since 2011, was born on 1 July 1945.

Major scientific achievements

He studies processes of multiple production of secondary particles in hadron – nuclear and nucleus – nuclear interactions under high energy. He is an author of about 200 scientific papers.

Huuenhuu Gonchigdorzh was a member of the JINR Scientific Council in 2003-2008. He has been a member since 2013.

G. Huuenhuu, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, professor of the Mongolian National University, director of the Nuclear Data sector in the Centre of Nuclear Research MNU, was born on 25 October 1946.

Major scientific achievements

His scientific interests cover researches of nuclear reactions proceeded under the intermediate and fast neutron activity, and photonuclear reactions. He has more than 240 publications including monographs, student books and scientific papers which were published in journals such as Phys.Rev.Lett., Phys.Rev.C, Nucl.Instr.Meth., Eur.Phys.Jour.A, Appl.Rad.Isot., Nucl.Sci.Eng., Progr.Nucl.Energy and others. Over the last years, he works on the using of atomic power and of nuclear technology in Mongolia. He greatly contributed to the training of national staff in nuclear physics and technology field.

National groups

The languages of international communication at JINR are Russian and English. However, one can hear the speech in many languages in Dubna, including the languages of JINR member-states when the countrymen, the representatives of the same expatriates’ community (the national groups of JINR), meet each other.

Being in constant contact with plenipotentiaries, embassies of member-states, JINR’s directorate and management services, they take part in the solution of the problems connected with the stay of their colleagues-countrymen and their families in Russia, with the organization of their life and leisure. The Council of the leaders of the national groups meets periodically. The representatives of the Directorate and the services of the Institute are invited to its meetings. The agenda includes the discussion of the urgent problems of the collaborators from the member-states. Due to this, the Directorate is able to make adequate decisions in time.

On the occasions of major public holidays of the member-states the national groups arrange receptions. These festive events are held accompanied by art exhibitions, photo exhibitions, and enrich JINR staff members’ knowledge about the member-states, their people and culture.

  • Ochbadrah Chuluunbaatar
    Head of the national group of Mongolia, Director of the SDCP sector of the Laboratory of Informational Technology JINR

  • +7 (49621) 6-25-29

  • chuka@jinr.ru

Ochbadrah Chuluunbaatar was born on 24 July 1974. Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Director of sector SDCP LIT JINR.

National Holidays
  • New Year – 1 January;
  • Lunar New Year (Tsagaan Sar);
  • International Women’s Day – 8 March;
  • Mother’s and Child’s Day – 1 June;
  • National Holiday Naadam – 11, 12 and 13 July;
  • Day of Great Genghis Khan ( celebrated on the first day of winter according to lunar calendar)
  • Independence Day of Mongolia – 29 December
Events

Contact Information on the Embassies

Embassy of Mongolia in the Russian Federation:

Consular Department of the Embassy of Mongolia in the Russian Federation:

Russian Embassy in Mongolia: