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Sixth Siberian Interdisciplinary Conference

“Mathematical Problems of Space-Time Physics of Complex Systems (STP-2006)”

 

SECOND   ANNOUNCEMENT

ATTENTION !

In connection with repairing works in the building of the Sobolev Institute for Mathematics, the VI Siberian interdisciplinary conference on mathematical problems of space-time physics of complex systems (STP-2006) that was to take place in Novosibirsk at the Sobolev Institute for Mathematics, Siberian division of the Russian Academy of Sciences from 14th to 20th of July 2006 carried into 15th  - 21st of July 2007.

           Prof. M.M.Lavrentiev, Chairman of the Organizing Committee for STP-2006

 

FIRST   ANNOUNCEMENT

 

     The VI Siberian interdisciplinary conference on mathematical problems of space-time physics of complex systems (STP-2006) is to take place in Novosibirsk at the Sobolev Institute for Mathematics, Siberian division of the Russian Academy of Sciences from 14th to 20st of July 2006.

     The STP-2006 Conference will continue the discussion of physical concepts (mathematical models) that was started at the STP-2000 Conference. The main goal of the discussion is to coordinate activities of creating of the theoretical basis for complex, interdisciplinary study of the Universe genome (see Report of the Chairman of the Organizing Committee for STP-2000 Prof. M.M.Lavrentiev).

     Traditionally Conference program consists of two divisions-“Mathematical problems of space-time physics” and “Mathematical problems of complex systems” and two discussions connected with them: “Hot points in physics” and “Concepts of contemporary natural sciences”. Conference STP-2006 Proceedings will be published as the book “Search for mathematical laws of the Universe: physical ideas, approaches, concepts” (in Russian and in English, but N.B.!: the working language of the Conference will be Russian).

    Conference STP-2006 Coordinators:

    • Hot points in physics –    

    Prof. V.M. Dubovik  dubovik@thsun1.jinr.ru

    • Concepts of contemporary natural sciences –  -  

    Dr. Doc. L.N. Smirnykh  smirnykh@ngs.ru

    • Ontocosmism: cosmos as the limitlessly developing whole;

     Science philosophy –   

      Prof. Yu.G. Kosarev  kosar@math.nsc.ru

      Prof. K.F. Samokhvalov  clement@math.nsc.ru

    • Space-time problems, world of events physics - 

     Prof. A.K. Guts  guts@univer.omsk.su  

    Dr. Doc. V.V. Varlamov  root@varlamov.kemerovo.su

    Dr. E.G. Bubelev   bubelev@sunhe.jinr.ru

·   • Deterministic atomic physics and causal mechanics -

    Dr. I.A. Eganova  eganova@math.nsc.ru

·   • Retardics: Electrodynamics, Gravitation -

     Prof. O.D. Jefimenko   ODJEF@wvnvaxa.wvnet.edu

    • Mega-Wave Universe Concept - 

   Member of COSPAR A.M. Chechelnitsky   ach@arcor.de

    • Resonance synchronization as a foundation for the complex systems existence – 

    Prof. F.A. Gareev  gareev@thsun1.jinr.ru

    • High technology for complex systems -

    Prof. V.N. Samoilov   scar@off-serv.jinr.ru

    Dr. Doc. A.A. Moskvitin  moskvit@math.nsc.ru

 

If you are going to take part in the Conference, please, send (before 2nd of November, 2005) ) to e-mail  fpv-2000@math.nsc.ru in the following format:

 

1.      Your first name, surname.

2.      Your Organization; your e-mail, fax, phone.  

3'.      Sphere of your scientific interests (what do you expect for your participation in the Conference?).

3".      Your suggestions (wishes) concerning above-mentioned discussions.

4.      Your participation: listener, opponent, reporter (survey, information report, factual report, expert report).

5.      Your report’s title. Please, point out the duration of your report: 20, 40, or 60 minutes. Traditionally questions and discussions follow immediately after every report (during 15-40 minutes).

6.      Coordinator’s recommendation or brief summary of your report.

 

All your questions concerning the STP-2006 Conference

you may address to Dr. Irene A. Eganova  fpv-2000@math.nsc.ru

 

Chairman of the Organizing Committee for STP-2006  - 

Prof. M.M. Lavrentiev