Partners

Parent organizations

ICSU

International Council for Science

The International Council for Science (ICSU) is a non-governmental organization representing a global membership that includes both national scientific bodies (116 members) and international scientific unions (30 members).

WDC

World Data System

WDCs are funded and maintained by their host countries on behalf of the international science community. They accept data from national and international scientific or monitoring programs as resources permit.

NASU

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is the highest state-supported research organization, enrolling academicians, corresponding members and foreign members. It integrates all researchers of its institutions and carries out studies in various branches of knowledge, develops scientific fundamentals for technological, socio-economic and cultural advancement of the nation.

RAS

Russian Academy of Sciences

The Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) is a civil self-governed non-commercial organization (institution). Principal aim of the RAS consists in organization and performance of fundamental researches for the purpose of obtaining further knowledge of the natural, social and human development principles that promote technological, economic, social and cultural development in Russia.

KPI

National Technical University of Ukraine “KPI”

National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” is one of the oldest and biggest technical universities in Europe and the world.

IASA

Institute for Applied System Analysis

The Educational-Scientific Complex “IASA” implements the concept of science and education integration, having the aim of carrying out the pioneer scientific research in the country and training of special purpose of highly qualified specialists for NAS of Ukraine and other branches of national economy in the field of applied system analysis, modern information technologies and computer sciences.

Data providers

GC

Geophysical Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Geophysical Center conduct basic and applied research in the field of geophysics and geoinformatics.

GNAS

The Institute of Geophysics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

The main problem which faced the Institute was the study of deep-seated structure of the Earth’s crust and the upper mantle and the forecast of mineral deposits applying geophysical methods.

IGU

Institute of Geography of NAS of Ukraine

The theory and techniques of researches of geographical aspects of society interactions with nature and its consequences with the aim of defining the development ways of regions and implementation of eco-geography zoning of the territory of Ukraine.

CASRE

Scientific Centre for Aerospace Research of the Earth

Centre is specialized in the acquisition and thematic interpretation of remote sensing data, aerospace image processing and preparation of geoinformation products.

AO

The Main Astronomical Observatory

Fundamental, photographic, and stellar astrometry, astrometry of the solar system, selenodesy, and dynamics of the Moon, and many other.

MHI

Marine Hydrophysical Institute of NAS of Ukraine

The Marine Hydrophysical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine is one of the largest oceanographic centres both in our country and abroad.

Central Geophysical Observatory

Central Geophysical Observatory

The Observatory is the oldest organization in the hydrometeorological system of Ukraine, which stores meteorological observation results from the mid-nineteenth century.

Chornobyl Center for Nuclear Safety, Radioactive Waste and Radioecology

Chornobyl Center for Nuclear Safety, Radioactive Waste and Radioecology

State Scientific and Research Institution “Chornobyl Center for Nuclear Safety, Radioactive Waste and Radioecology” provides expert, engineering, scientific and technical services in the sphere of ensuring nuclear and power facilities safety at all stages of their life cycle. Center carries out researches in the exclusion zone and zone of unconditional (mandatory) resettlement, and also participates in special state monitoring of national and international projects in nuclear safety, radioactive waste and radioecology.

Slavutych, Kyiv region, Ukraine

Slavutych, Kyiv region, Ukraine

Slavutych is a young city of Kyiv region of Ukraine (founded at 1988), where most immigrants after the Chernobyl disaster live, including the Chernobyl NPP staff. The city has a status of special economic zone. City government pays special attention to the issues of Slavutich development according to a sustainable development model taking into account the need of city economy diversifivation in the conditions of Chernobyl NPP closure.

Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Centre

Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Centre

Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Centre promote the application of preventive environmental strategy to processes, products and services in order to increase efficiency and reduce risks to humans and the environment. Application RECHP contributes to sustainable development of the three components - both individually and collectively: Production efficiency: optimization of efficient use of natural resources (material resources, energy and water); Environmental management: minimizing the impact on the environment and nature by reducing waste and emissions, as well as Human development: to minimize the risks for people and communities and support their development.

SSE Chernobyl NPP

SSE Chernobyl NPP

SSE ChNPP was created on the basis of the Chernobyl NPP according to the Decree 1084/2000 of President of Ukraine dated September 25, 2000 and the Resolution 399 of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated April 25, 2001. The new enterprise was registered in June 11, 2001. The Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 17.11.2001 the enterprise is appointed as operation organization (operator) of Nuclear Installations of Chernobyl NPP.

Technical partners

Spark

URAN

Ukrainian Research and Academic Network

URAN network provide to institutions, organizations and establishments of science, education and culture with information and networking services enabling network users to realize their professional needs and contributing to the development of the fields mentioned above.

HPCC

High Performance Computing Center of NTUU “KPI”

High Performance Computing Center determines the main lines, provides leadership and coordination of the collective use of multi-cluster computing platform, network and information technology research, introducing Grid technologies (Grid Computing) in existing LAN NTUU “KPI” and National Ukrainian Research and Academic Network URAN.