ON COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS
TO THE MEMORY OF STANISLAV MERKURIEV
Russia, August 24-27, 2003
Dept. of the Steklov' Math. Inst.
Math. Inst. St.Petersburg
S.Yu.Slavyanov (SPSU) Chairman
Prof. S.L.Yakovlev (SPSU) Vice
E.O. Alt, Mainz
Prof. W. Plessas, Graz
Prof. V.B. Belyaev, Dubna
Prof. L.I. Ponomarev, Moscow
Prof. R.A. Evarestov, St.Petersburg
Prof. Yu.F. Ryabov, Gatchina
Prof. L.D. Faddeev, St.Petersburg
Prof. V.N. Troyan, St.Petersburg
Prof. I.V. Komarov, St.Petersburg
Prof. L.A. Verbitskaya, St.Petersburg
Petrovich Merkuriev, rector of St.Petersburg State University (1985-1993),
full member of Russian Academy of Sciences, untimely died in 1993 at the age
of 47 and at the peak of his scientific, pedagogical and administrative
activity. He left a valuable heritage of pioneering ideas and results in
quantum few-body theory and other fields of mathematical and computational
physics. He played a key role in reformation and preserving the high level of
education at St.Petersburg State University during a hard period of political
changes in Russia. He organized the first Department of Computational Physics
in Russia and headed it from 1985 to 1993.
workshop is intended to pay tribute to his memory and to present the modern
state of art of computational physics.
TO BE ORGANIZED:
problems in few body physics
problems in many-electron physics
Computational geophysics and electromagnetics
Knowledge-based systems in physics
Registration fee 120 USD
with reduction for participants from CIS
and covers the invitation and organizational costs,
airport transportation, refreshments,
lunches and workshop party.
as soon as possible
May 31, 2003
June 15, 2003
1. Electronic submission (mostly preferred!)
2. FAX: +7-812-428-7240,
3. Hard copies to be addressed: Prof.
Inst. On Physics, St.Petersburg Univ.
Ul'yanovskaya 1 198504
Petrodvoretz, St.Petersburg Russia
We expect to receive camera-ready
abstract limited, if possible, by one A4 page of 10pt font size;
TeX and Word
documents are accepted
APPLICATION AND ACCOMMODATION:
be aware that government regulation requires the visa to enter Russia for
almost all foreign visitors. Please fill on-line
the visa and accommodation form (or download the template)
Mrs. Elena Novikova
(Tel. +7-812-234 0574).
VENUE and FOOD SERVICE:
venue is St.Petersburg Department of the
Steklov Mathematical Institute. It is located in the downtown with a
good connection to any hotel. Lunches will be arranged in a walking distance
from the Institute.
is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe founded by Peter the Great. Year
2003 is announced by UNESCO
"Year of Sankt-Petersburg"
because of the 300
Anniversary of the city. St.Petersburg is also world
known as a great cultural
center with reach Museums
and Exhibition Halls and famous Theaters
(opera, ballet) and philharmonic hall. The electronic newspaper "The
St.Petersburg Times" gives many helpful tips about the city.
For more information please be free to contact:
Sergey Slavyanov (+7-812-2345941) or Sergey
of Mathematical & Computational Physics, St.Petersburg University
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