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|Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP)|
|Headquarters||Academician Lavrentyev Avenue, Novosibirsk, Akademgorodok, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia|
|Pavel V. Logatchov|
The Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP) is one of the major centres of advanced study of nuclear physics in Russia. It is located in the Siberian town Akademgorodok, on Academician Lavrentiev Avenue. The institute was founded by Gersh Budker in 1959. Following his death in 1977, the institute was renamed in honour of Academician Budker.
Despite its name, the centre was not involved either with military atomic science or nuclear reactors— instead, its concentration was on high-energy physics (particularly plasma physics) and particle physics. In 1961 the institute began building VEP-1, the first particle accelerator in the Soviet Union which collided two beams of particles, just a few months after the ADA collider became operational at the Frascati National Laboratories in Italy in February 1961. The BINP now employs over 3000 people, and hosts several research groups and facilities.
- VEPP-4 - e+e− collider for the energy range 2Ebeam up to 12 GeV
- KEDR - detector for particle physics at VEPP-4
- ROKK-1 - facility for experiments with high energy polarized gamma-ray beams at VEPP-4
- VEPP-2000 - e+e− collider for the energy range 2Ebeam=0.4-2.0 GeV
- Electron cooling experiments
- Plasma physics experiments
- Siberian Synchrotron Radiation Centre
- NovoFEL - Novosibirsk Free Electron Laser based on 4-turn ERL
- BNCT – accelerator-based neutron source for boron neutron capture cancer therapy experiments
Participation in international projects
Directors of the Institute
List of Scientists associated with this institute
- List of accelerators in particle physics
- List of synchrotron radiation facilities
- Particle detector
- Gas Dynamic Trap
- 3D Panoramas of Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics
- Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics, another Russian particle physics laboratory in the vicinity of Moscow; located in Moscow proper
- Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, another Russian particle physics laboratory in the vicinity of Moscow; located north of Moscow
- Institute for High Energy Physics, another Russian particle physics laboratory in the vicinity of Moscow; located south of Moscow
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