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BMSTU Department of Physics

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Department of Physics; University of Liverpool; Great Britain; S.C.&T.; University of Sunderland; Great Britain; Research Institute Hypercomplex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino, Russia; United Physical Society of Russia; Russian Gravitational Society; Moscow Physics Society

International Meeting

Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory

0407 july, 2011

Study Laboratory Building of BMSTU, Moscow


Title PIRT 2011

Academician Committee (International Advisory Council)

  • Member of RAS, Prof. V.I. Pustovoit (Chairman), Science Technological Center of Unique Instruments of RAS, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. A.N. Morozov (Co-Chairman), Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. J.B. Almeida, University of Minho, Physics Department, Braga, Portugal
  • Prof. B.M. Bolotovskii, Lebedev Physical Institute of RAS, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. D. Blair, University of South Western Australia, Australia
  • Prof. S.V. Chervon, Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia
  • Prof. Adalberto Giazotto, INFN - Sezone di Piza, Pisa, Italia
  • Prof. Yu.S. Vladimirov, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. A.D. Dolgov, Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics of RAS, & INFN, Ferrara, Italy
  • Prof. M.C. Duffy, University of Sunderland, Sunderland, United Kingdom
  • Corr. Member of RAS, Prof. I.B. Fedorov, Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. M.E. Gertsenshtein, D.V. Skobeltsyn Nuclear Physics Institute of Moscow State University, Russia
  • Prof. V.O. Gladyshev, Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. R.G. Zaripov, Kazan Scientific Center, RAS, Kazan, Russia
  • Prof. G.N. Izmailov, Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow, Russia
  • Member of RAS, Prof. N.S. Kardashov, Astrophysical Center of P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of RAS, Russia
  • Prof. V.N. Lukash, Astrophysical Center of P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of RAS, Russia
  • Prof. H.P. Mazumdar, Physics and Earth Sciences Division, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India
  • Prof. V.N. Melnikov, Centre for Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology, VNIIMS and Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. E. Mychelkin, Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute NAS RK, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Prof. C. Romero, Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Departamento de Fisica, Joao Pessoa, Brazil
  • Prof. P. Rowlands, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Prof. V.N. Rudenko, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. R. Triay, Centre de Physique Theorique CNRS University de Provence, Marseille, France

Organising Committee

  • Prof. V.O. Gladyshev, (Co-Chairman), Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. M.C. Duffy, (Co-Chairman), University of Sunderland, Sunderland, United Kingdom
  • Dr. B.P. Nazarenko, (Co-Chairman), Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. J.B. Almeida, University of Minho, Physics Department, Braga, Portugal
  • Prof. D. Blair, University of South Western Australia, Australia
  • Prof. G.Yu. Bogoslovsky, Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
  • Prof. S.V. Chervon, Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia
  • Prof. A.D. Dolgov, Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics of RAS, & INFN, Ferrara, Italy
  • Prof. M.E. Gertsenshtein, D.V. Skobeltsyn Nuclear Physics Institute of Moscow State University, Russia
  • Prof. R.G. Zaripov, Kazan Scientific Center, RAS, Kazan, Russia
  • Prof. G.N. Izmailov, Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow, Russia
  • Dr. M.Yu. Konstantinov, Bauman MSTU, Centre for Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology, VNIIMS, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. V.N. Lukash, Astrophysical Center of P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of RAS, Russia
  • Prof. H.P. Mazumdar, Physics and Earth Sciences Division, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India
  • Prof. V.N. Melnikov, Centre for Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology, VNIIMS and Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. A.N. Morozov, Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. E. Mychelkin, Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute NAS RK, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Dr. D.G. Pavlov, Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
  • Prof. P. Rowlands, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Prof. S.V.Siparov, Academy of Civil Aviation, S.-Petersburg, Russia
  • Prof. R.M. Santilli, Institute for basic research, Palm Harbor, USA
  • Prof. Yu.S. Vladimirov, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Dr. M. Wright, Berbeck College, London University, London, Great Britain

Informing Letters

First information letter


Participants

  • Abramson N.H. (Industrial Metrology, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden).
  • Babourova O.V., (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Frolov B.N. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Lipkin K.N. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia)
  • Kostkin R.S. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Bukusheva A.V. (Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia).
  • Bulyzhenkov I.E. (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia).
  • Darvas G. (IRO of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Symmetrion; R. Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary).
  • Dumin Yu.V. (IZMIRAN, Troitsk, Russia).
  • Dymnikova I. (Dep-t of Math. And Comp. Sci. University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland; A.F.Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia).
  • Filchenkov M.L., Laptev Yu.P. (Russian Peoples' Friendship University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Fomin I.V. (Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Frolov B.N. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia);
  • Portnov Ju.A. (IBRAE RAS, Moscow, Russia).
  • Pozdnjakov S.V. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Galaev S.V. (Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia).
  • Gladyshev V., Tiunov P., Leontiev A., Gladysheva T., Sharandin Ye., Fomin I. (Physics Department, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia; Research Institute Hyper Complex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino).
  • Golubtsova A.A. (Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia; LUTh, The Observatory of Paris, France);
  • Ivashchuk V.D. (Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow; Center for Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology, VNIIMS, Moscow, Russia).
  • Gorelik V.S. (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia).
  • Izmailov G.N. (Moscow Aviation Institute).
  • Il'ichov L.V. (Institute for Automation and Electrometry , Novosibirsk State University , Novosibirsk , Russia).
  • Kassandrov V.V. (Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia).
  • uts V.L. (Astro Space Center of Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow; Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Kokarev S.S. (Research Institute Hyper Complex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino; RSEC Logos, Yaroslavl, Russia).
  • Korotaev S.M. (Geoelectromagnetic Research Centre of Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth, Moscow; Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Kiktenko E.O. (Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Koryukin V.M. (Department of Physics and Mathematics, Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia).
  • Kozyrev S.M. (Scientific center gravity wave studies ''Dulkyn'', Kazan, Russia).
  • Krysanov V.A. (Institute for Nuclear Research RAS, Sternberg Astronomical Institute MSU, Moscow, Russia).
  • Kudriavtcev Yu.S. (St-Petersburg, Russia).
  • Kuznetsov S. (Web-Institute of investigation of time nature, Electrogorsk, Russia).
  • Lassiaille F. (PolytechSophia, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France).
  • Lebedev Y.A., irjanov D.A. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Levich A.P. (Department of Biology, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Mayburov S.N. (Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia).
  • Meierovich B.E. (P.L.Kapitza Physical Problems Institute of RAS, Moscow, Russia).
  • Miskovic O., Olea R. (Instituto de Fisica, Facultad de Ciencias P. Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Curauma, Valparaso, Chile).
  • Mordvinov B. (VNIITP, Russia). Dark matter in the framework of new cosmological model.
  • Pavlov D.G. (Research Institute Hyper Complex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino, Russia).
  • Petoukhov S.V. (Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia).
  • Petrov A.N. (Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Petrova L.I. (Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia). Conservation laws. Mechanism of generation of physical structures.
  • Rowlands P. (Department of Physics, University of Liverpool, Oliver Lodge Laboratory, Liverpool, UK).
  • Rylov Yu.A. (Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Moscow, Russia).
  • Shcherbak O.A. (Dnepropetrovsk national university, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine).
  • Shulman M.H. (Moscow, Russia).
  • Siparov S.V. (Research Institute for Hyperomplex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino, Russia; Department of Physics, State University of Civil Aviation, St-Petersburg, Russia).
  • Vargashkin V.Ya. (Department of Physics, Orel State Technical University, Orel, Russia).
  • Vasiliev N.S. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia); Gorelik V.S. (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia).
  • Yurasov N.I. (Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia).
  • Zhogin I.L. (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia).

  • Zhotikov V.G. (Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology, Moscow Region, Dolgoprudny, Russia).

General programm

General programm


Scientific programm

Scientific programm


Talks

  • Abramson N.H. (Industrial Metrology, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden). A sphere of light.
  • Babourova O.V., Frolov B.N., Lipkin K.N. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia). Theory of gravitation with scalar Dirac field in exterior form formalism and the cosmological constant problem.
  • Babourova O.V., Kostkin R.S., Frolov B.N. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia). Research of the equations of the conformal theory of gravitation with Dirac scalar field in Weyl?Cartan space-time with the help of computer methods.
  • Bukusheva A.V. (Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia). A Berwald-Moor metric with an integrable poly-affinor structure on a manifold.
  • Bulyzhenkov I.E. (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia ). Interpretation of Einsteins gravitation in Riemannian space-time through Euclidean material 3-section and anisotropically dilated Finslerian time.
  • Darvas G. (IRO of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences; Symmetrion; R. Eotvos University, Budapest, Hungary). GTR and the Isotopic Field Charge Spin Assumption.
  • Dumin Yu.V. (IZMIRAN, Troitsk, Russia). Perturbation of a planetary orbit by the Lambda-term (dark energy) in Einstein equations.
  • Dymnikova I. (Dep-t of Math. And Comp. Sci. University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland; A.F.Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia). Electrovacuum solitons in nonlinear electrodynamics coupled to gravity.
  • Filchenkov M.L., Laptev Yu.P. (Russian Peoples' Friendship University, Moscow, Russia). Loop quantum cosmology effects for homogeneous isotropic models.
  • Fomin I.V. (Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia). Cosmological perturbations in the models of inflation with the nontrivial kinetic term.
  • Frolov B.N. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia); Portnov Ju.A. (IBRAE RAS, Moscow, Russia); Pozdnjakov S.V. (Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia). Early Universe filled with quark-gluon plasma.
  • Galaev S.V. (Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia). Contact structures with admissible Finsler metrics.
  • Gladyshev V., Tiunov P., Leontiev A., Gladysheva T., Sharandin Ye., Fomin I. (Physics Department, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia; Research Institute Hyper Complex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino), Estimation of space-time variations in the position of the interference picture in SADE.
  • Golubtsova A.A. (Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia; LUTh, The Observatory of Paris, France); Ivashchuk V.D. (Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow; Center for Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology, VNIIMS, Moscow, Russia). On cosmological and spherically symmetric solutions in multidimensional gravity with sigma-model action for scalar fields.
  • Gorelik V.S. (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia). Microstructure of crystalline physical vacuum and photon-boson conversion effects in media.
  • Gorelik V.S. (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia); Izmailov G.N. (Moscow Aviation Institute). The conversion of photons of sunlight and laser radiation in low mass bosons.
  • Il'ichov L.V. (Institute for Automation and Electrometry , Novosibirsk State University , Novosibirsk , Russia). A topos-theoretic approach to branching space-time.
  • Kassandrov V.V. (Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia). Geometry of Urusovskii as the geometry of complexified light cone and universal kinematics of particles in complex space-time.
  • uts V.L. (Astro Space Center of Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow; Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia). Gravitational experiments in RadioAstron project.
  • Kokarev S.S. (Research Institute Hyper Complex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino; RSEC Logos, Yaroslavl, Russia). Extravariational principle in the theory of field.
  • Korotaev S.M. (Geoelectromagnetic Research Centre of Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth, Moscow; Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia), Kiktenko E.O. (Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia). Causality in the entangled states.
  • Koryukin V.M. (Department of Physics and Mathematics, Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). On the quantum theory of the gravitational interaction and the Lobachevskij Chernikov potential.
  • Kozyrev S.M. (Scientific center gravity wave studies ''Dulkyn'', Kazan, Russia). Classes of exact static spheroidal Einstein-Maxwell and Jordan-Brands-Dicke solutions.
  • Krysanov V.A. (Institute for Nuclear Research RAS, Sternberg Astronomical Institute MSU, Moscow, Russia). The sensitivities of laser determination of small distances.
  • Kudriavtcev Yu.S. (St-Petersburg, Russia). On inner contradiction in the metric tensor of the standard cosmological model.
  • Kuznetsov S. (Web-Institute of investigation of time nature, Electrogorsk, Russia). Photon moving in two-directional time: dark energy effect.
  • Lassiaille F. (PolytechSophia, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France). Gravitational model of the three elements theory.
  • Lebedev Y.A., irjanov D.A. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia). Everetts aspects of the space-time properties, probability and decoherent of complex quantum systems.
  • Levich A.P. (Department of Biology, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia). Generation of space and time flow in a model of open and non-local particles.
  • Mayburov S.N. (Lebedev Physical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia). Fuzzy geometry of space-time and gauge fields.
  • Meierovich B.E. (P.L.Kapitza Physical Problems Institute of RAS, Moscow, Russia). Vector fields in multidimensional cosmology.
  • Miskovic O., Olea R. (Instituto de Fisica, Facultad de Ciencias P. Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Curauma, Valparaso, Chile). Black hole thermodynamics in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity with negative cosmological constant coupled to non-linear electrodynamics.
  • Mordvinov B. (VNIITP, Russia). Dark matter in the framework of new cosmological model.
  • Pavlov D.G. (Research Institute Hyper Complex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino, Russia). Hyperbolic fields hypothesis and its experimental testing.
  • Pavlov D.G. (Research Institute Hyper Complex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino, Russia). Correction of space-time metric with using CMB data.
  • Petoukhov S.V. (Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia). Connection of the genetic code with the 8-dimensional hypercomplex numbers.
  • Petrov A.N. (Sternberg State Astronomical Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia). Conservation laws in the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity as an instrument for analyzing solutions.
  • Petrova L.I. (Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia). Conservation laws. Mechanism of generation of physical structures.
  • Rowlands P. (Department of Physics, University of Liverpool, Oliver Lodge Laboratory, Liverpool, UK). Beyond the Dirac equation.
  • Rylov Yu.A. (Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Moscow, Russia). Incompleteness of the relativity theory and the skeleton conception of elementary particles as overcoming of this incompleteness.
  • Rylov Yu.A. (Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Moscow, Russia). Discriminating properties of compactification in discrete uniform isotropic space-time.
  • Shcherbak O.A. (Dnepropetrovsk national university, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine). The three methods of defining the astronomical aberration.
  • Shulman M.H. (Moscow, Russia). Connection between Gravity and Entropy.
  • Siparov S.V. (Research Institute for Hyperomplex Systems in Geometry and Physics, Fryazino, Russia; Department of Physics, State University of Civil Aviation, St-Petersburg, Russia). On the gravitation of the moving bodies.
  • Vargashkin V.Ya. (Department of Physics, Orel State Technical University, Orel, Russia). Visualisation of distribution of magnetic properties of the early Universe on celestial sphere according to WMAP-measurements of Q- and U- Stokes parameters of CMB.
  • Vasiliev N.S. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia); Gorelik V.S. (Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow, Russia). Properties of the quasiparticles with negative and imaginary effective rest mass in condensed matter and in the physical vacuum.
  • Yurasov N.I. (Department of Physics, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia). About the lifetime of boson Higgs.
  • Zhogin I.L. (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia). Absolute parallelism, modified gravity, and suppression of gravitational short waves.
  • Zhotikov V.G. (Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology, Moscow Region, Dolgoprudny, Russia). N. Bohrs postulates and Bohr-Sommerfelds quantization rules as consequences from Finsler geometry.

BMSTU

The history of our institution, the Bauman MHTS (Moscow Higher Technical School), or presently the Bauman MSTU (Moscow State Technical University) dates back to 1830, when Emperor Nicholas I confirmed the "statute of the industrial school" to open in Moscow. Russia's developing industry needed skilled labor in many trades. So, the aim of the new school was to train skillful artisans with a solid theoretical background to improve and spread skills in various trades all over Russia. The training personnel of the school comprised graduates of the Moscow University who specialized in mathematics, mechanics, physics and chemistry. By 1868 the academic standards of the school were so high that it was reorganized into a special institution of higher learning (Imperial Moscow Technical School or IMTS). Its major task now was to train mechanics in construction, engineering and manufacturing. The IMTS was financially supported by the Government and industrialists. Its management was democratic. Its teaching staff boasted of many talented scientists who maintained contacts with the West. All these circumstances helped the School to achieve outstanding successes in manufacturing processes and practices in the chemical, food and textile industries, metal and wood processing, and structural mechanics. During the 1876 Exhibition in Philadelphia the practically-minded Americans highly appreciated and admired the methods used by the School, recognizing them as an original "Russian system" of training engineers. In 1876, Dr. Wrinkle, President of the Boston Institute of Technology, writes to V.K.Dela-Vos, Director of the Imperial Moscow Technical School that Russia is a recognized leader in handling the important problems of engineering education..., and that no other system will hence be used in America.

Thus, the Moscow Higher Technical School joined the ranks of "leading polytechnical schools in Europe".

The late 19th century witnessed quickening progress in electrical engineering, aeromechanics, and the power engineering industry.

In 1918, the MHTS organized several research institutes, including TSAGI (Central Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics Institute), which eventually developed into independent structures, separating from their parent. The quick industrial expansion of the country called for new training facilities on other fields of science and technology. In 1930, the MHTS began to branch out into many new institutions of higher learning: the Moscow Aviation Institute, the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, the Military Chemical Academy, the Textile Institute, and the Moscow Civil Engineering Institute.

The MHTS continued to specialize in training engineers for the machine-building and instrumentation industries.

In 1938, the MHTS opened new departments with a defense profile: armoured vehicles and tanks, artillery, and ammunition. In 1948, a department of rocketry was added.

The following famous scientists and specialists have graduated our school: Academician A.N.Tupolev, S.P.Korolev, and many other aircraft and rocket designers and developers; Academician N.A.Dollezhal, chief designer of atomic piles; Academician A.I.Tselikov, chief designer of metallurgical engineering; Academician S.A.Lebedev, chief designer of computers.

Our School is distinguished for high-level scientific and engineering training of students, extensive relations with industries, good traditions, and high professional and moral requirements which both the professors and students feel obliged to meet and maintain.

In 1989, the MHTS was conferred a new name: the Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Bauman MSTU).

http://www.bmstu.ru/mstu/English/

For more detailed information contact:

Mr. Gennady P. Pavlikhin, Vice-Rector

2-nd Baumanskaya, 5, 105005, Moscow, Russia..

: +7 (495) 261-40-55

(): +7 (495) 267-98-93

E-mail: irina@interd.bmstu.ru


Department of Physics

Department of Physics of Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU) has worked since 1832, when Physical Study to demonstrate physical phenomena during lectures for students was created at the Craft Institution of Moscow Training House.

On the first June in 1968 the Craft Institution was reformed into Emperor Moscow Technical Specialized School and the Physical Study got a new official status as Department of General and Applied Physics. Professor A.S.Vladimirskii, who had graduated from Moscow University, headed the Department.

The brightest historical moments of the Department were linked with names of professor V.S.Shchegolyaev (the head of the Department since 1886 till 1912) and academician P.P.Lazarev (the head of the Department since 1912 till 1925).

At different times a number of remarkable scientists have worked at the Department: academician, president of USSR Science Academy S.I.Vavilov, corresponding-members of USSR Science Academy K.A.Krug and A.S.Predvoditelev, professors A.B.Mlodzievskii, A.K.Trapeznikov, A.V.Shpol'skii, N.E.Uspenskii, V.D.Zernov, K.A.Putilov.

At present the staff of the Department of Physics consists of 14 professors, 47 readers, 8 senior teachers and 7 professors, 15 readers, 7 senior teachers occupy private positions.

The main scientific directions of the Department of Physics are

  • Electro-hydrodynamics (Prof. I.N.Aliev);
  • Theory of strength and destruction for solid bodies (Prof. V.N.Bovenko);
  • Process theory of non-linear transference (Prof. A.S.Romanov);
  • Electrodynamics of moving media (Prof. V.O.Gladyshev, vgladyshev@mail.ru);
  • Optics and spectroscopy (Prof. V.S.Gorelik);
  • Applied electrodynamics and radio-physics (Prof. O.S.Litvinov);
  • Nonreversible process research in natural media. Theory of precise measurements. (Prof. A.N.Morozov, amor@mx.bmstu.ru);
  • Theory of interference phenomena in electrodynamics and solid state physics (Prof. V.V.Tolmachev);
  • Physics of magnetic materials;
  • Quantum optics (Prof. S.P.Erkovich);

There is a laboratory for student researching at the Department of Physics.

Since 2001 the Department of Physics trains on the courses of bachelor and master degrees in Engineering Physics.

More detailed information can be obtained from the Head of BMSTU Department of Physics - A.N.Morozov (amor@mx.bmstu.ru).


Transport to BMSTU

How you can to get to BMSTU from International Airport "Sheremetyevo-II" to metro station Baumanskaya (two variants):

From station Baumanskaya to BMSTU. From station "Baumanskaya" walk to the 2-ya Baumanskaya street 5 (about 15 minutes).

Study Laboratory Building of BMSTU of N.E.Baumana Study Laboratory Building of BMSTU of N.E.Baumana

Enter the BMSTU across the first checkpoint with passport.


Accommodation

As BMSTU hasn't got a special hotel for guests, University can book a room in the hotel of Izmailovskii Tourist Complex.

The hotel is nearby the underground station "Partizanskaya" (3 station from the underground station "Baumanskaya").

Address: 105187, Moscow, Izmailovskoye Shosse, 71, Bldg. 3V, "Vega" Comple/x

(All information on http://www.hotel-vega.ru/)

Bauman University will book accommodation in hotel "Vega" for foreign participants. So it is necessary to inform us on precise dates of arrival to Moscow and departure from Moscow.

Accommodation Tariffs:

  • Single superior: 2300 Rub per night.
  • Double superior: 2500 Rub per night.

Also it will be offered to participants of conference to reserve hotel reservations of the Izmajlovsky tourist complex and in hotel "Lefortovsky most"

Address of the Hotel "Lefortovsky most": 9/23, 2nd Baumanskaya st., Moscow, 105005, Russia.

Tel.: +7 495 777 94 51

Fax: +7 495 777 94 35

E-mail: hotel@chermet.net

Website: www.lefortovskymost.ru

Single room estimated cost - 2500 Rub


About the hotel

Vega is one of the complexes of the largest in Europe Izmailovo Tourism Hotel Holding, which is in the Guinness Book of World Records. The hotel is located in one of the most beautiful places in Russia, having replaced an old village Izmailovo, which was an estate of the Romanov dynasty since the 16th century.

The complex had been built by the XXII Olympic Games of 1980 in one of the greenest and ecologically favorable districts of Moscow. The Izmailovo territory accommodates the famous Moscow Vernissage and a craftsmen town Russkoje Podvorjeraquo;, which are highly popular with the Muscovites and guests of the capital.

Guests are offered:

  • 1000 comfortable rooms of various category. TV sets in the rooms are connected to the satellite TV and broadcast 36 channels, 7 of which are foreign ones. 1st and 2nd class rooms are equipped with a free of charge access to the Internet.
  • Business-center with 11 conference-halls, including transformer halls for up to 500 people. All conference-halls are equipped with special devices with access to the Internet.
  • 5 restaurants for any taste, 2 banquette halls, bar and cafe, night club,
  • Underground parking lot,
  • Luggage room,
  • Clothes repair,
  • Medical aid post,
  • Currency exchange,
  • Shops,
  • Kiosks,
  • Hairdresser's,
  • Sauna,
  • Aviation and railroad tickets,
  • Individual safes,
  • Visa support,
  • Excursions

The hotel has an active complex security system to protect our guests. In this system framework, the rooms are equipped with Tesa electronic locks.

In 2003, the complex was equipped with a modern system of Finnish express lifts.

VEGA is an ideal place for work and rest, it grants tourists and businessmen an ideal opportunity to appear in the center of events of one of the most beautiful and fast growing cities in the world.


Registration Fee

  • For foreign participants 200 EUR.
  • Participants should transfer the registration fee on the account (to be announced).
  • The payment may be made from private individuals or institutions or organizations.
  • The registration fee can be cash paid in during the conference in Moscow.

Payment on July, 6th 2011.


Auditorium

The XIII International Meeting will be held in the Main Building and the Laboratory Study Building of BMSTU, situated at the bank of river Yauza.

The opening the Conference will take place in the "Physical Auditorium" of BMSTU located on the second floor in the Main Building. It is classical lecture room for 200 sits with demonstrating equipment for physical experiments. The Auditorium will be provided with projector for transparencies. If you need other equipment, let us know.

Also a possible place for sessions of the conference is the Conference Hall in the Laboratory Study Building of BMSTU. The Hall is provided with modern equipments for presentations and has a system of synchronizing translation from Russian into English, French, and German.


Permission, visa

To prepare the official Letter for Invitation for Russian Embassy in the other countries we need the following information from participants:

  • First name, second name (or patronymic name), and surname.
  • Copy of passport (by e-mail or by fax).
  • Place of work (Institution, University, etc.). (If you haven't got any, please write down "housekeeper").
  • Address of work (Institution, University, etc.).
  • Position.
  • Dates of visiting Russia (arrival and departure).
  • Cities and towns to be visited (Moscow and others).
  • Date of birth.
  • Place of birth.
  • Dates of issue and expire of passport.

It is needed to have medical insurance when you visit Russia.


Invitation

  • We will send to all participants of the conference letters of invitation to report by E-mail.
  • If you need the letter will be set by mail or fax.
  • For foreign participants Organising Committee will preparethe official letters of invitation for the Russian Embassy.

Excursions

  • The Organising Committee plan to organise a visit to the BMSTU Museum, Russian Academy of Sciences, Lomonosov Moscow State University, and an excursion about the centre of Moscow.
  • Participants may inform the Committee about places of interest which they wish to visit.
  • The excursions will be interpreted for foreign participants.

Meal

  • Coffee breaks are planned between the reports.
  • Time for the coffee breaks and for lunch will be in programme of the Meeting.
  • Participants can have lunch for dinning room for professors and lecturers of BMSTU in the main building (about 150 Rub. or 3-4 $).
  • The Organising Committee is planning to give a dinner party for participants.

Translation (Interpretation)

  • Russian and English are the working languages at the conference.
  • The Organising Committee can arrange interpretation for foreign participants during official parts of the Meeting (the opening and the closing of the Meeting, and reports) and excursions.

Moscow PIRT Proceedings

In results of the conference work Organizing Committee plans to issue Proceedings of the Moscow PIRT Meeting. The articles should be thorough revised and put into shape in according to requirements. It is possible to give an article after reporting in the PIRT Meeting. Hence, a project of the article should be presented before conference working.

The Organizing Committee will send out the Proceedings to the central libraries of Russia and to number of foreign Universities. The Proceedings will generally revised, therefore, the Organizing Committee keeps the rights for itself to use the special review of any article. In the case reviewers will be specialists of Leading Universities of Russia or aboard.


Preferred format for abstracts and papers

  • The deadline for submitting papers and abstracts is 1 May 2011.
  • Abstracts volume is 1 page of A4 format, article volume is 10 pages of A4 format.
  • The desired format of files of abstracts and papers is *.rtf, *.doc or *.tex. An article should be formed as one file and should include: a title, authors, brief annotation, text, illustrations, tables and list of references.
  • The final edition of papers will be made in common style under checking of the Editorial Board, formed by Organizing Committee.
  • The example of an article you can see on this picture.

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