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Scientific Cooperation

JIHT actively cooperates with leading world scientific centers in all spheres of scientific activities of the Institute. The interaction with various organizations is carried out within the framework of grants by international scientific foundations for joint research, international programs, bilateral and multilateral agreements, contracts, exchange of scientists, and so on.
The geography of scientific cooperation in which the Institute is involved is very extensive: joint research is under way with leading scientific centers in Russia, Germany, United States, France, Italy, Britain, Korea, Austria, China, Czechia, Japan, Spain, Australia, The Netherlands, Belgium, and other countries.

The organizations with which the Institute cooperates include :

• Max Planck Institute of Extraterrestrial Physics (Germany);
• Technical University Eindhoven (The Netherlands);
• Institute of Technical Physics (Germany);
• GSI Helmholtz Center for Heavy Ion Research GmbH (Germany);
• Universite Paris-Sud (France);
• Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (Germany);
• Sandia Corporation (USA);
• Racah Institute of Physics (Israel);
• Lyon University (France);
• Institute for Transuranium Elements (Germany);
• Israel Institute of Technology (Israel);
• Kansai Institute (Japan);
• University of Glasgow( Britain);
• Duisburg University (Germany);
• Gettingen University (Germany);
• University of Paris (France);
• Polytechnic Institute of Milan (Italy);
• German Aerospace Center (DLR);
• Beer Sheva and Ben-Gurion University (Israel);
• Technical University Chemnitz (Germany);
• La Sapienza University (Italy);
• Electrotechnical Institute (Poland).

Every year, over 150 scientists go abroad for attending conferences and taking part
in cooperation work, and about 100 scientists from other countries visit the Institute.
A number of leading scientists at JIHT are members of foreign academies of sciences, of managing bodies of international organizations, and of editorial boards of international journals.

Scientific Cooperation