Joint Use Centers
This section contains information on Joint Use Centers of scientific equipment in Russian Federation – the multi-functional research complexes enabling a broad circle of scientists and scientific teams carrying out researches on the basis of state-of-the-art, expensive and unique equipment, giving an opportunity to increase the efficiency of the usage of such equipment.
Joint Use Centers are the key carrier units in country’s regions providing frontier research, integrated developments and implementation of significant innovative projects.
- 1980s-2002: Work on creation of the National Network of JUCs started and continued with participation of Russian Foundation of Basic Research
- 2002-2005: New impact in the frame of the Federal Task Scientific and Technical Program “Researches and Developments in Priority Areas of the Science and Technology” for 2002-2006 (FTSTP) under guidance of the Federal Agency for Science and Innovations (FASI)
- since 2005: the development supported in the frame of implementation of the measure “Assistance in the Development of Joint Use Centers of Scientific Equipment” of FTSTP
- national Network of 56 Joints Use Centers created in 7 federal districts of RF
- accumulated 1,674 units of scientific equipment (total cost over 500 M€, i.e. about 5.5% of the cost of the national research equipment stock)
- renewing the centers’ instrumentation by 15% in 2005 and by 19% in 2006 as compared with 2004
The information in this section is based on the edition (in Russian):
CATALOGUE OF JOINT USE CENTERS OF SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT (OF PROJECT EXECUTORS IN 2005-2006 OF THE FEDERAL TASK SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL PROGRAM “RESEARCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN PRIORITY AREAS OF THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY” FOR 2002-2006) /
Moscow State University of Engineering Ecology. Center for Applied Studies. – M., 2007. -149 p.
Prepared on the instructions of the Administration for Programs and Projects of the Federal Agency for Science and Innovations (FASI)
General edition by V.V. Kachak
Executors: Moiseenko V.E., Kostenko A.V., Krysanov K.S., Trubitsyna A.P., Masterskikh E.S.,
Ladny A.O., Oktyabrsky A.M.
The full version of the catalogue in Russian can be downloaded as PDF .