Meetings in BLTP: 1994

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  • International Workshop Meson-Baryon Interactions and Few-Body Systems
    (29-30 April, Dubna)
    The workshop was held for discussing topics relative to the mesonic degrees of freedom in nuclear physics including the basic meson-nucleon interactions, the nucleon-nucleon interaction, and the dynamics of meson induced reactions.

  • The International Conference on Mesons and Nuclei at Intermediate Energies
    (3-7 May, Dubna)
    The number of participants was about 180 from 16 countries, and about 120 contributions were submitted. Among the participants there were about 50 from JINR, 54 from Russia and other Member States of JINR, and 70 from Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, and USA.
    During the conference a wide scope of problems ranging from the fundamental problems of the structure of nucleons and mesons to the role of the mesonic degrees of freedom in the heavy ion, antiproton and strange particle physics, was discussed. The conference was held in plenary and parallel sessions.
    The conference was organized by the JINR and supported by the Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
    The financial support was given also by the Russian Science Foundation.

  • The 4th International Workshop Strong Interactions at Finite Temperature.
    (12-14 May, Rostock)
    A regular workshop of the JINR theorists and their German colleagues within the Heisenberg-Landau program was devoted to effective quark models for hadronic matter, especialy, the Nambu-Jona-Lassinio model at finite temperature and density.

  • The IV International Conference on Selected Topics in Nuclear Structure
    (5-9 July, Dubna)
    A total of about 200 participants from 25 countries attended the conference (65 from JINR), and about 70 contributions were submitted.
    The Conference was devoted to modern theoretical and experimental investigations of the nuclear structure and related topics. The following subjects were discussed: theory of nuclear structure; nuclear structure studies with charged particles, neutrons, gamma-quanta and heavy-ions; the structure and decay properties of giant resonances; charge-exchange states and the beta-decay; nuclei at high angular momenta; nuclei at finite temperature; superdeformation; K-isomerism, exotic nuclei; order and chaos in nuclei; nuclear astrophysics.
    The Conference was organized by the JINR with the support of Russian Science Foundation.

  • Workshop on Finite Dimensional Integrable Systems
    (18-21 July, Dubna)
    The Workshop was devoted to a new field of mathematical physics -- the theory of finite dimensional integrable systems and its applications to some problems of classical and quantum physics.
    It was held within the framework of the Heisenberg-Landau program and with the support of Russian Science Foundation.

  • Workshop Supersymmetries and Quantum Symmetries
    (25-30 July, Dubna)
    A regular workshop of the JINR theorists and their German colleagues within the Heisenberg-Landau program was attended by about 50 scientists from Germany and scientific centers of FSU were attended.
    The main topics were: supersymmetries; quantum groups and symmetries; W-(super) algebras; conformal field theories; 2d and 4d integrable systems.

  • The Bogoliubov International Symposium Fundamental Problems in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics
    (18-21 August, Dubna) August 21, 1994 was the 85th anniversary of Academician Nikolai Nikolaevich Bogoliubov, an outstanding scientist in the field of mathematics, mechanics and physics. This anniversary was marked with the Bogoliubov Memorial Symposium.
    The Symposium programme contained the trends of theoretical and mathematical physics to which N.N.Bogoliubov made fundamental contributions: quantum field theory and elementary particle theory, statistical mechanics and quantum statistics, nonlinear mechanics.
    About 120 scientists from many countries took part in the Symposium. 20 review reports and more than 30 original works were delivered at plenary sessions and two parallel sections. Proceedings of the Symposium are under preparation.
    The Symposium was supported by the Russian Science Foundation.

  • The CERN-JINR European School on High Energy Physics
    (29 August-11 September, Sorrento (Italy))
    The main scientific trends of the School were quantum field theory, quantum chromodynamics, deep inelastic scattering, physics beyond the standart model.
    100 students including 18 from JINR attended the School.
    The JINR scientists D.I.Kazakov and A.N.Sissakian were among the lectures and discussion leaders. They also took part in the organization of the School.
    The School received financial support of the INTAS Fund.
    Proceedings of the School were published by the CERN Scientific Information Service.

  • The 12th International Seminar on High Energy Physics Problems
    (12-17 September, Dubna)
    The main topic of the Seminar was quantum chromodynamics and relativistic nuclear physics with spesial emphasis on the following problems: quantum chromodynamics at large distances, cumulative processes, multiquark states, structure functions of hadrons and nuclei, relativistic nuclear collisions.
    A total of about 200 participants from JINR and CERN as well as from the leading scientific centres of Russia, Germany, USA, France, Ukraine and Japan attended the Seminar. About 130 talks were given at its plenary and parallel sessions.
    The Seminar was organized by the JINR and the Academy of Sciences of Russia, and received financial support of the Russian Science Foundation.
    Proceedings of the Seminar are under preparation.

  • International Seminar Strongly Correlated Systems
    (20-24 September, Dubna)
    The Seminar was devoted to the theory of condensed matter with a special emphasis on the recent developments in the theory of strongly correlated electron systems, especially in the context of High-Tc supercunductivity. Other topics of current interests of the participants, e.g., self-organized criticality, were also covered.
    A total of about 60 scientists from JINR, Germany, Russia and other scientific centres of FSU attended the Seminar.
    It was held within the framework the Heisenberg-Landau program.

  • The 3rd School-Seminar Secrets of Quantum and Mathematical Intuition
    (25-28 October, Dubna)
    Physicists-researchers and teachers from the FSU countries attended the School-Seminar. The invited lecturers presented some scientific novelties and exchanged their opinions on a range of selected topics in modern nonrelativistic quantum theory and mathematics.

  • International Seminar Heavy Quark Physics
    (14-16 December, Bad Honnef (Germany))
    During the Seminar there were some experimental review talks intended to summarize and update experimental results from the wealth of data provided by the ARGUS, CLEO and LEP(CERN) experiments. A number of talk covered the envisaged physics potential of the future experimental bottom facilities. On the theoretical side there were a number of review talks summarizing recent advances in the theoretical understanding of heavy quark physics within and outside the framework of the Heavy Quark Effective Theory. This included, among others, review talks on heavy quarks in lattice gauge theory, the productions of heavy quarks and quarkonia, the physics of the top quark and the influence of the top quark on electroweak precision measurments.
    On the whole, the Seminar provided an excellent opportunity to up-date our present experimental and theoretical knowledge of the physics of heavy quarks and, while doing so, to meet and discuss with those physicists that are actively involved in this field.
    The Seminar was supported by the We-Heraeus-Stiftung and the Heisenberg-Landau program.

  • The 7th International Seminar Gravitational Energy and Gravitational Waves
    (19-23 December, Dubna)
    Among the questions discussed at the Seminar were the conservation laws in the general theory of relativity and in some other gravitation theories, theoretical aspects of gravitational waves and posibilities of the experimental observation of gravitational waves, some related topics.
    Proceedings of the Seminar are under preparation.

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