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This is to inform you that in accordance with the order of the JINR
Directorate regarding the coronavirus epidemic, we are forced to cancel
all visits to the experiments in FLNP.


We plan to compensate for the lost experimental time in the second half of
this year (September-December). Further details will be provided later.


We would also like to inform you that in accordance with the order of the
FLNP Directorate, we are canceling the nearest round of proposal
submission. We plan to open the next round at the turn of August and
September 2020.


Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.


Sincerely yours,
Dorota Chudoba



FLNP Directorate and colleagues heartily congratulate Tatyana Avdeeva on her jubilee and wish her the very best of health, longevity in life and work, strength to resist difficulties and patience, big success in all her dealings and great personal happiness! Let all your fond dreams, hopes and expectations come true and may the work you give to all your spiritual powers, experience and knowledges will inspire new professional fulfilments.

Our life possesses two obligatory and similarly essential sides: home and job. Let love, peace and comfort, care, support and welfare reign at home. And let luck and achievements accompany you in all your future endeavours at work!

The Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics congratulates the engineer of the DN-12 group of the diffraction sector, DNICM DCMRD, Rutkauskas Anton on the successful defense of his Ph.D. in the dissertation council on condensed matter physics (at FLNP).
We wish him further success and scientific achievements!

On December 9, a conference of young scientists and specialists of the Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics was held in the International Conference Hall of JINR. The applicants for JINR Grants for young scientists and specialists for 2020 and the FLNP employees having won AYSS Grants in 2019 submitted their applications or reports in the form of posters. The Commission, consisting of members of the FLNP Directorate, the Heads of departments and divisions, thoroughly examined the submitted works, and their authors had to answer a lot of questions. The form of the poster session is used at FLNP for the second year as the most optimal form both for the Commission members and for the young employees.

34 young scientists presented their applications at the conference, among them 11 employees with an academic degree, 11 specialists, 3 staff members and 3 reports were made by the AYSS Grant winners of the current year