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2 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH RESEARCH AND TEHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT IN ROMANIA Prof. Dr. Serban Constantin VALECA, Minister Delegate for Research Activity Dan POPESCU Plenipotentiary Representative of Romania at JINR Dr. Gheorghe STRATAN Romanian Member in JINR Scientific Committee

3 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Minister Delegate for Research Activity  Deputy General Secretary  Department for Institutional Developing  Department for Policy, Research Strategy and National Plan  Department for Technological Transfer and Innovation National Agency for Atomic Energy  Department: National Agency for Atomic Energy  Department for Law, Audit and Control  Department for Budget and Finances  Department for Syndicate and Patronage Relationships  Department for Informatics, Public Relations, Administrative and Personnel  Department for European Integration and International Relations MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Research Activity

4 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH PARLIAMENT The Commissions for Education and Research of the two chambers GOVERNMENT STI policy: coordination of R & D & I activities Interministerial Council for Science, Technology and Innovation The Ministry of Education and Research (MEC) Scientific Academies Council for Research of the Romanian Academy The Romanian Academy Academy of Medical Sciences Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences Advisory Board for RTD and Innovation Council for Higher Education Research National Agency for Atomic Energy – ANEA (Department into MEC) Romanian Space Agency - ROSA Specialized Agencies

5 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH RTD organizations  Technological Research Institutes (RTD institutes): more than 200,  with specialization profiles corresponding to almost all branches of the processing industry  34 National RTD Institutes  Romanian Academy  65 basic and advanced research institutes and centers in both socio-humanistic and technical fields  Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences  25 institutes and centers of research  91 stations of research and production  Academy of Medical Sciences  23 research centers and institutes  12 hospitals affiliated to medical universities  Universities  56 public universities  21 private accreditated universities  RTD organizations in the private sector  increasing number ( > 100)  including private non-profit organizations  Industrial RTD - companies with RTD laboratories (about 5% of total RTD units)

6 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH STI policy: current priorities A. Enhancement of the national S&T capacity:  increase of quality and competitiveness in the scientific profession opromotion of excellence in science and technology obetter evaluation procedures for RTD organizations, personnel and activities  increase efficiency in the use of resources: oup-grading RTD infrastructures (equipment/ facilities) ostimulating the development of research networks B. Increasing the economic and social relevance of RTD activities:  stimulating the absorption of RTD results: industry-led research, market-oriented innovation  enhancement of RTD organization's capacity to diffuse and transfer results, knowledge and experience  development of RTD activities and innovation infrastructures, mainly in the regions promoting the accession and recognition of Romanian products and services on international markets C. Intensified participation into international S&T circuits:  participation in ERA and EU RTD Framework Programs (full association in FP 5 and FP 6)  participation in other pan- European cooperation initiatives: EUREKA, COST.  participation in the NATO Science Program  development of bi/multi-lateral scientific and technical cooperation (intergovernmental agreements)

7 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH THE NATIONAL PLAN FOR RTD AND INNOVATION ( ) Strategic planning of objectives and activities Program-based structuring of activities Budget based on multi-annual programs and multi-annual planning of activities  long term objectives  annual quantification and specific achievement indicators Results-oriented monitoring and evaluation of activities based on achievement indicators Annual up-dating of objectives and budgets according to performance results Fully competition-based financing of projects 14 Programs in view to:  the modernization and relaunch of the current economy  consolidating the elements of the new knowledge-based economy  basic and socio-economic research  international S&T cooperation and partnership

8 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL S & T COOPERATION AND PARTNERSHIP CORINT Specific subprograms for cooperation in the European space:  EU-RO: FP5 projects with Romanian participants  NUC-INT: FP5 / EURATOM projects with Romanian participants  Subprograms for Romanian participation in other RTD programs active in the European space, such as: COST-RO, EUREKA-R  cooperation with international organizations Funds for CORINT: more the 10% of the total budget of the National Plan Romanian participation in FP5  200 RTD organizations are included in 114 contracts done with the European Commission  Approx. 40 projects with Romanian participation are now in the negotiation phase  Rate of success increase every year Romanian participation in other frameworks for European cooperation  COST - 84 actions (macro-projects) and more than 250 RTD organizations involved  EUREKA - 27 projects  Bilateral S&T cooperation: 30% of the total number of projects are in cooperation with EU member states

9 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH PRIORITIES IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (1) 1. Prevention, protection and rehabilitation in situations of natural or created risk: techniques and equipment for investigation, evaluation, prevention and limitation of risk situations 2. Technologies for environment conservation, regeneration and sustainable development of water, forest and land resources 3. Health and food security immunology research genetics biology cell and molecular biology bio- and eco-technologies in agriculture and food 4. Communications  functional and qualitative compatibility of the National Communications System with the international ones  increasing interoperability of tele-communications services 5. Information technologies  in economy: management, design and production, energy, transports, environment, agriculture  research, education, health, culture, information services  advanced information technologies: multimedia, knowledge engineering, cognitive models, natural language, multilingual services

10 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH 6. Sustainable and ecological supply and use of energy:  non-pollute, renewable, non-conventional sources of energy  ecological use of energy 7. New materials and technologies:  physical: lasers, plasmas, high energies, superconductivity  chemical: ultra pure materials, composite materials, membranes  microtechnologies  optoelectronics 8. Advanced industrial technologies  ecological integration of industrial processes  TQM- based managerial and productive systems  High precision tools, measurement and testing instruments  Smart manufacturing systems 9. Aero-space research 10. Nuclear research PRIORITIES IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (2)

11 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION and PARTNERSHIP  JINR, Dubna – Joint Institute for Nuclear Research – member state – 1956  IAEA, Vienna – International Agency for Atomic Energy – member state – 1957  CERN, Geneva – European Organization for Nuclear Research – non-member state  ICE, Trieste – European Central Initiative – member state  ICGEB, Trieste – International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology – member state  OBSEC, Istanbul – Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation – member state  ONU System – member state  Antarctic Treaty – member state

12 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN PARTICIPATION AT JINR

13 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN LONG-TERM STAGES AT JINR

14 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH PLENIPOTENTIARY REPRESENTATIVES OF ROMANIA BETWEEN 1956 – Acad. Horia Hulubei – General Director IAP 1957 Gaston Marin – Vice- Premier of Ministers Council Acad. Horia Hulubei - General Director IAP Acad. Ioan Ursu - General Director IAP Constantin Mihulecea – President of State Committee for Nuclear Energy Prof. M. Oncescu - Scientific Director IAP Prof. Alexandru Glodeanu – General Director IAP Prof. Sevastian Rapeanu - General Director ANEA Dr. Ion Vata – Technical Director NIPNE 2002 – present Dan Popescu - General Director ANEA

15 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN RESERCHERS WHO EARNED PhD DEGREES AT JINR INDREAS GRIGORE : graduated 1953 of the Polytechnic Institute from Leningrad 1953 : PhD 1957 –1964 : chief engineer at JINR 1968 : he works at CERN, Swiss CHESCA BORIS : 1992 – 1996 : he works at LNF – JINR 1995 : PhD at JINR SCANTEIE NICOLAE: 1998 : PhD at JINR

16 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH , , 1969, 1971Acad. Horia Hulubei Professor, Director of the Institute for Atomic Physics Bucharest (IAP), member of the Committee for Atomic Physics , 1978Acad. Serban Titeica Vice-president of the Romanian Academy, Director of the Institute for Atomic Physics, Bucharest , 1969 Valeriu Novac Correspondent Member of Romanian Academy 1964 Vilcov Nicolae Scientific secretary of Institute for Atomic hyiscs, Bucharest 1965Prof. Ion Agirbiceanu Correspondent member of Romanian Academy, professor, head of departament IAP ROMANIAN MEMBERS IN JINR SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL (1)

17 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH , Paul Dragulescu Head of Laboratory, Institute for Atomic Physics, Bucharest , Prof. Dr. Marius Petrascu Head of Laboratory, NIPNE Bucharest 1971 Radu Chisleag Counsellor of Acad. Hulubei , Prof. Daniel Barb Deputy director of the Institute for Atomic Physics, Chief of department at NIPNE, Bucharest Dr. Ioan Brindus Director of the Institute for Atomic Physics, Bucharest ROMANIAN MEMBERS IN JINR SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL (2)

18 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Dr. Marin Ivascu General Director of Institute for Atomic Physics, Bucharest Prof. Dr. Alexandru Berinde Deputy director of NIPNE, Bucharest 1980 Eugen Cruceanu Head of Laboratory NIPNE 1980Dr. Ovidiu Balea Head of department NIPNE, Bucharest , Prof. Dr. Gheorghe Semenescu Head of department NIPNE, Bucharest 1981 Alexandru Glodeanu Deputy director Institute for Materials Bucharest ROMANIAN MEMBERS IN JINR SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL (3)

19 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH , Venera Boldea NIPNE Bucharest 1984, 1987Prof. Calin Besliu Bucharest University 1988 Maria Haiduc Head of Laboratory Institute for Atomic Physics, Bucharest Prof. Dorel Bali Institute for Atomic Physics, Bucharest , , 1970, Prof. Dr. Alexandru Mihul Head of department at the Institute for Atomic Physics, Bucharest Dr. Dorin Poenaru Scientific director of NIPNE, Bucharest ROMANIAN MEMBERS IN JINR SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL (4)

20 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Prof. Dr. Gheorghe Stratan NIPNE Bucharest Prof. Dr. Cata Daniil Gheorghe NIPNE Bucharest ROMANIAN MEMBERS IN JINR SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL (5)

21 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Dr. Alexandru Mihul Discovery of the anti-sigma-minus particle together with V.I. Vexler (USSR), M.I. Soloviev (URSS), N.I. Biriasov (USSR), E.N. Kladnitskaya (USSR), A.A. Kuznetsov (USSR), A.V. Nikitin(URSS), I. Vrana E.N. Kladnitskaya (USSR), A.A. Kuznetsov (USSR), A.V. Nikitin(URSS), I. Vrana (Tcheckoslovakia), A. Mihul (Romania), Kim Hi In (North Koreea), Nguen Din Ty (Tcheckoslovakia), A. Mihul (Romania), Kim Hi In (North Koreea), Nguen Din Ty (North Vietnam), Van Ganchan, Van Tsuzen, Din Datsao, (China) (North Vietnam), Van Ganchan, Van Tsuzen, Din Datsao, (China) ROMANIAN RESEARCHERS INVOLVED IN JINR DISCOVERIES

22 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH GRANTS OFFERED BY ROMANIAN PLENIPOTENTIARY REPRESENTATIVE AT JINR 2002

23 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH CONTRACTS BETWEEN JINR AND ROMANIAN INSTITUTIONS IN 2002

24 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN SHORT-TERM STAGES AT JINR

25 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN CONTRIBUTION AT JINR BETWEEN 1992 – 2002

26 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN VICE - DIRECTORS OF JINR 1962 – 1964 SERBAN TITEICA 1970 – 1973 ALEXANDRU MIHUL AUREL SANDULESCU ROMANIAN DEPUTY DIRECTORS OF JINR LABORATORIES 1975 – 1978 OVIDIU BALEA Laboratory of High Energy Laboratory of High Energy 1974 – 1977 ALEXANDRU SANDULESCU Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions From 2002 NICOLAE POPA Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics

27 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH State Prize of Romania : A. E. IGNATENKO (USSR) ALEX. MIHUL (Romania) PETRASCU MARIUS (Romania) PETRASCU MARIUS (Romania) ROMANIAN PRIZES AWARDED TO JINR SCIENTISTS

28 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ROMANIAN SCIENTISTS AWARDED AT JINR NAMEAWARDS YEAR Dr. IVASCU MARINZnak Pocheta1981 Dr. PETRASCU MARIUS Honor diploma of JINR 1996 – the 40 th jubilee from JINR foundation Dr. RAPEANU SEVASTIAN Honor diploma of JINR 1996 – the 40 th jubilee from JINR foundation Dr. BUZATU FLORINHonor diploma of JINR 1996 – the 40 th jubilee from JINR foundation

29 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH The visit of acad. N.N. Bogoliubov in Romania

30 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH JINR Prof. Alex. Mihul vice-director of JINR

31 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Prof. Alex. Mihul with the team who discovered the anti-sigma-minus particle

32 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Visit of Prof. N.N. Bogoliubov in Romania

33 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Acad. H. Hulubei and the Romanian Team at JINR’s Committee of Plenipotentiary Representatives

34 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Acad. H. Hulubei and Acad. S. Titeica at JRN Scientific Council

35 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Prof. Vexler, Acad. H. Hulubei and Prof. Alex. Mihul

36 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Acad. H. Hulubei and Acad. Blohintev

37 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Acad. Serban Titeica

38 ROMANIA MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH Acad. N.N.Bogoliubov and Acad. Alex. Sandulescu


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