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Integrating activity for facilitating access to HPC

National Research Center" Kurchatov Institute "

Central Federal District, Moscow

The center for collective use "system modeling and data processing for mega-class" research facilities.

СCU consists of a number of supercomputing and grid systems. The СCU provides a solution to the priority scientific task task "Development of mathematical models and cods-algorithmic supports for systems with extra massive parallelism and decision pilot tasks for science and technology". CCU grid complexes include resource centers levels of Tier-1 and Tier-2 for experiments ATLAS, ALICE and LHCb CERN LHC, integrated in the framework of the global info-communications infrastructure.

Velikhov Vasiliy Evgenevich

(499) 196 73 69

Biological and Medical Sciences

Institute of Biomedical Chemistry

Central Federal District, Moscow

Core facility “The Human Proteome”

Postgenome (Omics) sciences for biology and medicine, biological mass-spectrometry, bioinformatics of big data, biomolecular interactions, nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine.

Archakov A I.


Shemyakin-Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Russian Academy of Sciences

Central Federal District, Moscow

Collective user center of research equipment “CUC IBCh”

Bio information technologies; biocatalytical, biosynthetic and biosensor technologies; biomedical and veterinary technologies of human and animals life support and defence; Genomic and postgenomic technologies of creation of pharmaceutical drugs. The IBCh collective user center (CUC) is oriented on the next priority tasks: • “Formation of a net of national centers of genetic collections of lab animals for modeling of human pathologies and new drug approbation”;

• “Investigation of structures and functions of bioorganic systems for the study of socially important diseases and development of new drugs”;

• Investigation, development and creation of hybrid, biomimic artificial biological materials, structures and systems”;

• Brain – investigation and modeling of structure, functions and mechanisms of cognitive action for study of the nature of pathologies, development of principally new medical technologies and creation of “brain-mashine” systems”.

Lukyanov Sergei

+7(499)7248066 ,

Institute of cytology and genetics of Siberian Branch of the Russian academy of science

Siberian Federal District. Novosibirsk

Genetic Resources Center for laboratory animals

The Genetic Resources Center (GRC) for laboratory animals has a full range of technology for maintenance and development of animal genetic lines – models for human diseases and for performance of basic and applied research in basic biology, translational biomedicine, pharmacology, Nano biology and Nano biosafety. GRC performs breeding of specific pathogen free (SPF) laboratory animals, cryopreservation, transgenic reproductive technology, high-technology phenotyping of new genotypes, and development of genetic and experimental models of almost all socially important human diseases for research of novel methods of disease diagnostics, prevention and treatment.

Moshkin Mikhail


Physical Sciences

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Central Federal District, Moscow

Astrophysical complex MSU-ISU for the study of cosmic rays of ultrahigh energies (installation Tunka-133, Tunka-Grande, Tunka-REX, TAIGA, the system of telescopes MATER , EAS-MSU array)

Astrophysical complex MSU-ISU consists of installations for registration of extensive air showers (EAS) from cosmic rays of superhigh energies: Tunka-133, Tunka-Grande, Tunka-REX, located in Tunka valley (Buryatia), and EAS-MSU (Moscow) and a system of optical telescopes MASTER.

Tunka-133 was constructed for study cosmic rays by the registration of Cherenkov light from EAS. The installation consists of 175 optical detectors spread over an area of 3 km2. Tunka -133 is a unique array in total area (3 km2), the accuracy of energy measurement( 15%), the accuracy of angle measurement (0.3° ) and the accuracy of determining the depth of shower maximum (30 g/cm2 ), which is sensitive to the type of the primary nucleus.


Tunka-REX array consists of 45 wide-angle antennas connected to the data acquisition system Tunka-133 and Tunka-Grande array. It was found out, the net of antennas it is possible to reconstruct the energy of EAS with an accuracy comparable to the energy resolution of Tunka-133 array. The advantages of registration of radio emission compared to the registration of Cherenkov radiation, is due to the total day and night duty cycle


The array consists of 19 stations, for the detection of charged ( electrons, muons) EAS particles. Each station consists of 20 scintillation counters, with area of 0.64 sq m each. 12 counters are located on the surface, for the registration of electron -photon component of EAS. 8 counters are located under the 1.5 m of ground and are used for the detection of muons from EAS .

Gamma-observatory TAIGA

Since the summer of 2014 s deployment of gamma-observatory TAIGA ( Tunka Advance Instrument for Gamma Astronomy) was started. The TAIGA array will be a unique hybrid setup consisting of a wide-angle (angle of view ~1 ster) optical Cherenkov stations located in the area of 3 km2 (installation Tunka - HiSCORE) , several ( about 10) of Cherenkov telescopes based on hemispherical mirrors with a total area of 10 m2 (Tunka - IACT) and the muon detectors with a total area of over 2000 m2 .

Telescopes MASTER

System telescopes the MASTER located on the ground in Tunkai valley, is a double-tube high-aperture (diameter 400 mm, aperture 1:2.5) system with a common field of view of 8 square degrees, equipped with a 16 megapixel camera, universal photometer with B,V,R,I filters and polarizers. Two telescopes mounted on ultra-fast mount (speed reference and guidance to 30 degrees/sec), not requiring additional guiding devices. The whole system can work offline and on the Internet.

EAS-MSU array

Installing the EAS-MSU is a network of more than forty detectors electron-photon component of EAS with an area of 1 m2 each, located on the territory of Moscow state University on the area of 60x120 m2. For the monitoring of the atmospheric surface layer installation is supplemented by a thermal neutron detector with an area of 6 m2 and measuring the electrostatic field of the atmosphere. To search for anisotropy of muon flux array is supplied with a muon telescope with the size of the top layer 4 m2 8 m2 and lower.

Panasyuk Mikhail


Institute for Nuclear Research

Central Federal



Unique scientific installation “ Baikal deep water neutrino telescope - Baikal-GVD”

The Installation Baikal-GVD is designed for experimental research programs in fields of neutrino astrophysics, particle physics, cosmic ray physics, cosmology and monitoring of hydrological characteristics of Lake Baikal. The object of direct study are the cosmic muon and neutrino flux , new particles and interactions. Effective area for high energy muon detection is 20-50 thousand square meters (depending on the energy of the particle), and effective volume for neutrino shower registration is roughly equal to 3x107 m3.

Domogatskiy Grigory


National Research Nuclear University MEPhI

Central Federal



Experimental complex NEVOD

The Unique Scientific Facility “Experimental Complex NEVOD” combines several detectors that have no analogues in the world: a Cherenkov water detector (CWD) with a volume of 2000 cubic meters capable to measure the energy deposit of charged particles in a wide dynamic range, a coordinate-tracking detector DECOR with a total area of 75 square meters with a high angular (better than 1 degree) and spatial (1 cm) accuracy, a muon hodoscope URAGAN with an area of 46 square meters providing muonographs of the upper hemisphere in real-time regime, calibration telescope system (CTS) that allows allocation of 1600 different muon trajectories and gives possibility to register electromagnetic and muon components of Extensive Air Showers. The Experimental Complex is dedicated to conduction of fundamental research (study of characteristics of the primary cosmic ray flux, processes of generation and interaction of known particles and the search for new particles and states of matter in a wide range of energies, including the energies 10 times higher than those accessible at the Large Hadron Collider) and applied studies (distant monitoring and forecasting of the state of the atmosphere and magnetosphere of the Earth with the aim of the early recognition of potentially dangerous phenomena in the magnetosphere and the atmosphere above the territory of about 10,000 square kilometers).

Petrukhin Anatoly

+7(499)7885699, add. 9929

State Research Center of Russian Federation –Institute for High Energy Physics

Central Federal District. Protvino

Accelerator Complex U-70 of SRC IHEP, beam transfer lines and experimental facilities included (U-70)

Carrying out experimental research using beams of protons, nuclei and secondary high-energy particles. Area of researches is: properties of matter and fundamental interactions, physics of charged particle beams and accelerator technology, applied researches into the modern techniques and technologies. U-70 includes 4 installations. They are combined in a single technological accelerate cascade forming of Russia's largest particle accelerator at the energy of 70 GeV. Complex U-70 is the largest in Russia the current proton accelerator for the energy of 70 GeV. It is the foundation of national material and technical base for the fundamental and applied research. It Provides technological independence of the country in this area of science and technology. U-70 is one of the ten largest accelerators in the world.



(4967) 71 37 23

Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics of Siberian Branch Russian Academy of Sciences

Siberian Federal District. Novosibirsk

Novosibirsk Free Electron Laser of terahertz range (NovoFEL)

The Novosibirsk FEL, a high-power terahertz free electron laser, is a major user facility of the Siberian Center for Synchrotron and Terahertz Radiation. The average power of the FEL radiation is the largest in the world and apparently will remain such in the near future. As concerns the spectral emissive power, the Novosibirsk FEL overmatches all the other sources in the world by several orders of magnitude. This enables conduction of unique, having no analogues in the world, experiments using terahertz radiation.

Vinokurov Nikolay


Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics of Siberian Branch Russian Academy of Sciences

Siberian Federal District. Novosibirsk

Complex of electron-positron collider VEPP-4-VEPP-2000 for high energy physics experiments? nuclear physics research? experiments with synchrotron radiation

The VEPP 4 - VEPP 2000 complex is the only Russian complex of installations with colliding beams. The complex includes electron-positron colliders: VEPP-4M with the particle detector KEDR and VEPP-2000 with the detectors CMD and SND, as well as the multi-function electron/positron storage ring VEPP-3. In the detector KEDR, the idea of ​​essentially homogeneous electromagnetic calorimeter on the basis of liquefied krypton was realized for the first time in the world. The physical and technical parameters of the complex enable set-up of world-unique experiments. The results and methods developed are widely used at scientific research organizations, both Russian and foreign. The masses of elementary particles measured with record accuracy are used for description of the fundamental properties of the matter and thus are important information for the world scientific community. In addition to High Energy Physics research, the complex is involved in experiments using synchrotron radiation extracted from the installations VEPP-3 and VEPP-4M. Beams of synchrotron radiation are used in experiments on properties of materials, nanostructures, explosive processes, catalytic reactions, and biological objects. The results of these experiments are applied both to the fundamental research and to technology. Nuclear physics experiments on an inner gas target are also going on. An inner gas target is a high-intensity jet of gas (hydrogen or deuterium), injected directly into the vacuum chamber of the VEPP-3 storage ring. Controlling the polarization of the atoms of the target gas and analyzing the scattering of electron beam on the target, one can obtain unique information about the structure and properties of the proton. Currently, such experiments cannot be conducted on any other cyclic accelerator in the world.

Levichev Evgeny


Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics of Siberian Branch Russian Academy of Sciences

Siberian Federal District. Novosibirsk

Complex of Long Open Traps

The traps GOL-3 and GDT, which are part of the complex of long open traps, are unique objects of scientific infrastructure and have no analogues in the world. The research on the installation GDT is aimed at the creation of fusion reactors and high-performance neutron generators for different applications: testing of materials for future fusion reactors, post-combustion of radioactive waste and control of subcritical fission reactors. The results obtained are applied to materials science, energy, environment etc. The main goal of the research on the installation GOL-3 is the creation of a fusion reactor based on a multiple-plug trap. In addition, the approaches being developed can be used in tests for selection of materials and designing of plasma dumps for future fusion reactors. The installations have the necessary engineering infrastructure; all design specifications have been met. The facilities are equipped with the necessary means for automation and control of experiment, as well as up-to-date measuring equipment (in some systems, the available equipment overmatches the world’s analogues). Some methodological and technological solutions used in the project are unique; they are delivered on a contract basis to the leading industrialized countries.

Ivanov Aleksander


Environmental and Earth Sciences

All-russian scientific research

institute of aviation materials

Central Federal District. Moscow

Shared use Center of FSUE "VIAM" for testing of materials, equipment and complex technical systems in natural environment

Shared use Center of FSUE "VIAM" was created to address the problems of corrosion protection, aging, and biodegradation of equipment and complex engineering systems of civil and military use, to ensure the functionality and service life of equipment in atmospheric conditions of various climatic zones, reducing the risk of emergency situations.

The main activities of the center are:

  • Field testing of materials, design specimens, structural components, electronic equipment in the seaside atmosphere under temperate warm climate conditions on the basis of the Gelendzhik center of environmental tests of FSUE "VIAM" (GTSKI), in the industrial zone conditions under temperate climate on the basis of Moscow-based Center for environmental tests of FSUE "VIAM" (ICCC), as well as in other climatic zones of the world with domestic (IPTS RAS IFTPS SB RAS) and international partners (Atlas international organization and the Russian-Vietnamese tropical center);

  • Studies on the corrosion resistance and protection against corrosion of steel, alloys, composite materials with the assistance of the Tauride National University, Bauman MSTU and IPCE RAS;

  • Studies of non-metallic materials on the environmental, microbiological resistance and fire safety;

  • Metallophysical investigations of the structure of materials in the process of aging and corrosion under environmental testing conditions;

  • Studies of mechanical and service properties of materials during their production, operation and environmental testing;

  • Investigations of thermal properties of materials.

Based on the infrastructure, scope and level of research, as well as analytical and testing facilities, the Shared use center of FSUE "VIAM" is a unique research facility, which allows to solve the problems of the effect of aggressive environments, climatic and operational factors on the kinetics of corrosion, aging, biological damage and destruction of functional materials and coatings. In contrast to existing environmental testing networks, which are mainly restricted to specimen environmental exposure, the Shared use Center of FSUE "VIAM" provides comprehensive studies on processes of corrosion, aging, biological damage and destruction of structural materials and functional coatings. The comprehensiveness includes modeling of the most important factors of environmental impact and development of accelerated testing methods for the research in new materials and coatings.

Romanovich Orlov


Kuban State University

Southern Federal District, Krasnodar

South-Russia Environmental Analytical Centre Of Systemic Research, Mathematical Modeling And Ecological Safety

  • Developing methods and means of control, ecological monitoring of environmental objects, metrological assurance of testing$

  • Research and analysis of biological objects, conducting expertise;

  • Voluntary and mandatory certification and testing, incoming control of products, substances and materials.

Temerdashev Zaual



Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov

North-Western Federal District, Arkhangelsk

Core Facility Center "Arktika"

Environmental analytical chemistry, chemistry of plant biomass, fundamental principles of green technologies in bioresources treatment, environmental monitoring of arctic territories. 

Kosyakov Dmitry


Far Eastern Federal University

The Far Eastern Federal District, Vladivostok

Center of Shared Facilities Far Eastern Center for Structural Research and Analysis

CSF organized on the principles of shared facilities of modern analytical equipment to conduct research in the following priority areas of science, technology and engineering in Russian Federation such as Living systems, Industry of nanosystems and materials and Environmental management.

The issues of the CSF are to conduct research within the priority areas of Russian Federation and service to sided organizations professionally.

The entire complex research in CSF FEFU made at the junction of the biological, physical and chemical fields. The implementation of a multidisciplinary approach and integration of equipment of most scientific laboratories into a single theme complex has opened up entirely new opportunities for fundamental and applied research in the field of structure and physico-chemical properties of new materials, bioengineering, pharmacology and molecular biology.

All laboratory facilities have necessary support equipment. All laboratories and support facilities are equipped in accordance with the specifications and requirements of occupational health and safety, have the relevant technical systems and communications.

Today CSF provides high-tech services and provides measurements based on the mostly used methods.

Dubrovitskiy Sergey


North-Caucasus Federal University

North-Caucasus Federal District, Stavropol

The Shared Equipment Center of North-Caucasus Federal University

Major research areas: free radical oxidation in biological systems, recurrent processes biophysics, molecular mechanisms in nutrition; associative links microsymbiocenosis of living organisms and the environment, ways and methods of dysbacteriosis correction, development of complex protection of human and animal health in the immunopathology concept, conditions optimization for industrial cultivation of microorganisms, development and improvement of growth media; secondary ion mass spectrometry, infrared spectrometry, diffractometry, study of physical and chemical properties of nanostructures, A3B5 compounds, silicon carbide, silicon nitride; ecological, geochemical and biogeochemical studies of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems on the basis of combining ecological and landscape-geochemical approaches, pollution monitoring and forecasting of environment state (based on surface water bodies in the North Caucasus Federal District and land resources), identification of the spatial patterns of differentiation and migration of chemical elements, transformation of biogeochemical cycles and biogeochemical food chain in different zonal climatic and landscape-geochemical conditions, study of intralandscape topsoil differentiation, bio-geochemical characteristics and fertility of North Caucasus Federal District soil.

Lisitsyn Sergey


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