
Russian Nuclear Data Center (CJD)  is Laboratory within
Theoretical Physics Division of Nuclear Physics Department in Leipunsky Institute of Physics and Power Engineering.





Theoretical Physics Division
Head  A.I. Blokhin

Head of Russian Nuclear data Center. Evaluation of neutron and photonuclear data,
theoretical calculations of neutron cross
sections, calculation of material activation for
fusion applications, formation of evaluated data
files.




Russian Nuclear Data Center 
Theory of nuclear reactions, development of
nuclear models, evaluation of nuclear data,
test of evaluated data libraries.





Evaluation of nuclear data, search for threshold
reaction cross section systematics, applications to activation
and radiation damage of reactor materials,
formation of evaluated data libraries.

Evaluation of nuclear data for reactor dosimetry,
unfolding of neutron spectra,
calculation of covariance matrices.

Nikolay A. Demin
demin_nick@mail.ru
Calculation of radiation damage dose in
reactor structural materials.

Theory of nuclear reactions, nuclear model
calculation and evaluation of neutron data, analysis of
nuclear data uncertainties.

Compilation and the processing of
experimental data for worldwide library EXFOR.

Ivan Sipachov
sipachov@ippe.ru
Calculation of neutron data for activation
and radiation damage problems.

Data processing of evaluated data in
ENDFformat formation of full files for evaluated
data library.





Staff of Theoretical Nuclear Phisics Unit 
Nuclear density functionals, spinisospin
excitations and nuclear beta decay. Nuclear data for
astrophysics.

Physical aspects closed fuel cycle and spent
fuel transmutation. Development of rational function
approximation method, evaluation of nuclear data and covariance
matrices of uncertainties.

Sergey P. Kamerdzhiev
kamerdzhiev@ippe.ru
Development of microscopic nuclear theory in the
low energy physics (giant resonances, nuclear pairing),
development of manybody theory.

Elena V. Litvinova
litva@aport.ru
Theoretical description of lowenergy nuclear dynamics:
development of microscopic approaches based on the
consistent Green function method for spectroscopic
calculations, quantitative analysis of quasiparticle
phonon coupling in nuclei with opened shells.


