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Information Tool for Multifarious Scientific and Practical Research

  • S. SytovaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Physics book series (SPPHY, volume 227)

Abstract

This article is devoted to overview of Belarusian software eLab meant for a wide variety of applications in science and practice. eLab was initially a laboratory information system with elements of electronic document management for laboratory testing of fuels and lubricants quality. Now it is used as an information tool for different purposes, including development of content management system of an educational and scientific Internet portal and information system in the field of nuclear and radiation safety. eLab principles of functioning and main features are described as well as possible applications.

Notes

Acknowledgements

The work is carried out within the framework of the Project 1-02 of the State Scientific and Technical Program “Intellectual Information Technologies”.

Author thanks the head of the Department of Nuclear and Radiation Safety of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus (Gosatomnadzor) Dr. O. M. Lugovskaya for support.

Author thanks her colleagues that take active part in the development of framework eLab: Dr. S. V. Charapitsa, Dr. I. Ya. Dubovskaya, Dr. I. M. Kimlenko, Prof. V. I. Kuvshinov, Prof. A. S. Lobko, Dr. T. A. Savitskaya, Dr. A. I. Timoshenko, and researchers A. N. Kavalenka, A. L. Mazanik, A. P. Dunets, V. I. Haurilavets, T. P. Sidorovich.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Nuclear ProblemsBelarusian State University‎MinskBelarus

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