International School for young scientists «Visions in Fundamental Physics»
Dedicated to the memory of Nikolay Narozhny
 

Program Committee

Pascal Chardonnet, University of Savoy, France
Valery Chechetkin, Keldysh Institute for Applied Mathematics, Russia
Mikhail Danilov, Lebedev Physics Institute, MEPhI, Russia
Sergei Popruzhenko, MEPhI, Russia

Organizing Committee

Chair:
Oleg Nagornov, MEPhI First Vice-Rector

Deputy Chair:
Sergey Popruzhenko, MEPhI

Scientific Secretary:
Yana Lyakhova, MEPhI

Members:
Svetlana Genisaretskya, MEPhI
Georgy Kolomiytsev, MEPhI
Pavel Savchenkov, MEPhI
Vasily Tulsky, MEPhI

 

The annual Landau-Dirac School in Fundamental Physics was established in 2015 within the Russian-French PhD program. The School is founded by the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, the University of Savoy, the University of Grenoble and the Keldysh Applied Mathematics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. It aims on attracting young researches, PhD and master students from Russian and French universities and research centers as well as from other countries for lectures of leading world experts in different fields of fundamental physics including astrophysics and cosmology, elementary particle physics, physics of superstrong gravitational and electromagnetic fields, solid state physics, plasma physics and other fields.

The first session of the School has been conducted in June 2015 in Annecy, France.

The second session entitled “Visions in Fundamental Physics” and dedicated to the memory of Prof. Nikolay Narozhny, an eminent Russian theorist, will be held in Moscow, Russia at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI on December 10-16, 2016. The focus of the current session will be made on the three fields of fundamental physics:
- Extreme Light Science
- Gravitation, Cosmology and Fundamental Interactions
- Elementary Particles and Nuclear Physics at Modern Accelerators

Young scientists, PhD and master students from MEPhI and other Universities and research centers are invited to attend the School. An application form should be sent to the School secretary (yanalyakhova@gmail.com) before December 5. For a limited number of external participants, accomodation at the MEPhI guesthouse will be provided by the organizers.

All School participants are invited to give short (15-20 min) presentations on their reserach activities. A title and a short abstract of the proposed presentation should be submitted to the School secretary jointly with the application form.


The full shedule of the School can be found by link below:
Lectures timetable.

List of lecturers:

Alexander Aptekarev, Applied Mathematics Institute, Russia
Topic will be announced soon
Gennady Bisnovaty-Kogan, Space Research Institute, Russia
Thermal conductivity of dense astrophysical plasma: kinetic approach
David Blaschke, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Matter under extreme conditions in compact stars
Pascal Chardonnet, University of Savoy, France
Overview of Gamma-Ray Bursts
Valery Chechetkin, Applied Mathematics Institute, Russia
Topic will be announced soon
Boris Chetverushkin, Applied Mathematics Institute, Russia
Topic will be announced soon
Antonino DiPiazza, Max Planck Institute, Germany
Modern aspects of strong-field QED in intense laser fields
Alexander Fedotov, MEPhI, Russia
Quantum regime of laser-matter interactions at extreme intensities
Luc Frappat, University of Savoy, France
Bethe Ansatz, a major tool for integrable models
Pietro Fre, University of Torino, Italy
Inflation potentials in supergravity
Julien Fuchs, Ecole Polytechnique, France
Advances in young star formation dynamics using laboratory high-power laser produced plasmas
Dmitry Gorbunov, Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
Neutrino domain in astrophysics
Maxim Khlopov, National institute of nuclear and particle physics, France
Cosmoparticle physics - fundamental realtionship of cosmology and particle physics and the platform of a Scientific - Educational complex of Virtual Institute of Astroparticle physics (VIA)
Igor Kostyukov, Applied Physics Institute, Russia
Generation of relativistic laser-plasma structures
Yurii Lozovik,Institute for Spectroscopy RAS, Russia
Quantum electrodynamics effects in non-stationary gaps: new physical realizations
Roman Mizuk, Lebedev Physics Institute, Russia
Exotic hadrons with heavy quark-antiquark pairs
Pavel Pakhlov, Lebedev Physics Institute, Russia
The difference between matter and antimatter and its study at modern experiments
Gerd Roepke, University of Rostock, Germany
Cluster Formation in Nuclear Systems: Application to the Nuclear Matter.
Equation of State and Alpha Decay of Heavy Nuclei

Pierre Salati, University of Savoy, France
Dark Matter: observations and searches for candidates
Alexander Sergeev, Applied Physics Institute, Russia
Extreme Light Sources and Applications
Alexei Starobinsky, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Russia
Present status of the inflationary scenario and expected discoveries
Evgeny Velikhov, Kurchatov Institute, Russia
Energetics of the future


Travel information

How to get to MEPhI:

From the subway station Kashirskaya one stop by bus (direction from the city center) or 10-15 minutes walk (see the scheme) To Kashirskaya one gets by subway from Paveletskaya (if arrived to Moscow-Domodedovo), Kievskaya (if arrived to Moscow-Vnukovo) and Belorusskaya (if arrived to Moscow-Sheremetevo).

How to get to MEPhI guest house:

Scheme and Google maps.

Weather

-5...+4° C

In Moscow outside temperatures in December may be quite unpredictable and is either possible to fall down to -20ºC (about -5 ºF) or to rise above 0ºC (+32ºF). Please, be sure you will bring warm clothes for the first possibility and an umbrella or a raincoat for the second one.



   
Tulsky 2016