Statement

 of the International Scientific Conference

"Fundamental and Applied Problems of Mechanics

(FAPM-2017)"

 

   In October 24-27, 2017 Bauman Moscow State Technical University held the International Conference "Fundamental and Applied Problems of Mechanics" dedicated to the 170th anniversary of the birth of the great Russian scientist Nikolay Egorovich Zhukovsky.

   The main purpose of this conference was to show the results of some recent research into various areas of mechanics conducted in Russian and foreign scientific and educational institutions. Due to N.E. Zhukovsky's anniversary the special emphasis was made on the research resulted from his scientific and educational methods and conducted in modern conditions. A significant place was given to scientific and methodological issues of teaching mechanics, discussing historical issues related to the activities of well-known scientists and mechanics.

Научный семинар: Генерация и обнаружение высокочастотных гравитационных волн при интенсивном электромагнитном возбуждении

On November 2, 2017 a scientific seminar  was held. The topic of the seminar was:

Generation and detection of high frequency gravitational waves at intensive electromagnetic excitation.

The seminar was conducted by Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences V. I. Pustovoit.

 

The seminar heard reports by V.L. Kauts and V. S. Gorelik.

The organization of the seminar is one of the first steps towards the creation of a Laboratory for conducting experimental research in the field of detection and generation of gravitational waves and implements the statements of PIRT-2017 conference http://pirt.info/files/blocks/PIRT-2017/documents/statement_of_PIRT-2017_eng.pdf

The laboratory will accumulate promising ideas in the field of gravitational-wave astronomy, promote the development of an international collaboration and involve the countries of the European-Asian region in a wide ground network of gravitational antennas.

Saturday, 12 August 2017 02:53

Video clip PIRT-2017

 

XX International Meeting

Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory- 2017

The Mathematical Modeling of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Laboratory was established in 2014

Major fields of research:

- localization of invariant compacts of continuous and discrete dynamical systems, chaotic dynamics;

- research of continuous and discrete nonlinear dynamical systems and management processes based on algebraic and differential-geometric methods and designing of control algorithms for them. . .

 

Yesterday, July 3, an amicable football match took place. Two international teams of PIRT-2017 conference participated in it.

You can see the Team RED and Team BLUE members in the table.

The photo report is presented below on the conference website.

They testify to the pleasure that all the match participants received.

In total there were two halves of 15 minutes. The result of the game is 0: 0.

The teams turned out to be worthy opponents!

Players and fans said that this game was a good example for future encounters!

Dear Colleagues!

 

 

   Professor of Theoretical Physics and Mathematics Sergei Gukov from California Institute of Technology will read two lectures about the relationship of physics and knot theory.

 

   The first lecture "What is supermolinom?" will be held in Bauman University on 26 May, 2017 at 18.30, room 1023.

 

   The second lecture "Structural properties of the homology of knots and 3-manifolds" will be held in the framework of the seminar "Knots and representation theory" under the guidance of V.O. Manturov, D.A. Il'utko, I.M. Nikonov, D.A. Fedoseev in the main building of Moscow State University on 30 May, 2017 at 18.30, room 14-03.

 

We invite you to participate!

 

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Bauman University host a scientific seminar on the combinatorial enhancements of Homfly and Kauffman skein invariants. It will take place in Conference Hall of Bauman University (Moscow, Rubtsovskaya nab., 2/18). The Seminar leader is Professor Vasily Olegovich Manturov.

 

May, 11, Thursday: New Invariants of Links and Their State Sum Models

May, 12, Friday: Knot invariant with multiple skein relations

 

We invite you to participate!

If you are going to come or with any questions, please write to e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Arsenii Kisarev, our MT-7 postgraduate student, came second in the International on-line Olympiad in English as a foreign language for under- and postgraduate engineering students which was held at the Tomsk Polytechnic University.

took place April 7, 2017.

There were 7 participants giving presentations on their current research projects:

Anufrieva Ekaterina RK-9
Voronina Polina RK-6
Gorodetskii Mikhail SM-13
Zaitseva Anna E-9
Kozar Anastasiia RK-6
Lutsenko Anna RK-6
Sergeev Stepan E-4

We'd like to thank the participants for their fascinating reports.

Supervisers

   In 2017 the Interuniversity scientific seminar on the qualitative theory of differential equations (Supervisers Prof. I.V. Astashova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Plekhanov Russian Economic University and Prof. A.V. Filinovskiy, Bauman Moscow State University, Lomonosov Moscow State University) celebrating its 15th anniversary. The seminar was organized at the Department of Mathematics at Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics (MESI) in 2002. The seminar leads annually the international conference "Qualitative theory of differential equations and applications" with detailed publication of the reports in the annual Proceedings of the conference. In the seminar participate actively the leading researchers in the field of the qualitative theory of differential equations and spectral analysis and young researchers, graduate and undergraduate students. The research team has numerous scientific contacts with various foreign universities. On the seminar are discussed problems of the qualitative theory of differential equations, spectral analysis and applications.

 

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