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    F I R S T A N N O U N C E M E N T

     

     

    International Conference

    FRONTIERS OF NONLINEAR PHYSICS

     

    Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

     

    July 5 - 12, 2004

     

     

    Organized by

    Institute of Applied Physics, RAS, Nizhny Novgorod

    L.D. Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, RAS, Moscow

    University of Nizhny Novgorod

     

     

    Sponsorship is being sought from the following organizations:

    Russian Academy of Sciences

    Russian Ministry for Industry, Science and Technologies

    Russian Foundation for Basic Research

    International Union of Pure and Applied Physics

    International Association for the promotion of cooperation

    with the scientists from the New Independent States (INTAS)

    American Physical Society

    U.S. National Science Foundation

    and others

     

     

     

    WELCOME

    Dear Colleague,

    It is our great personal privilege and pleasure, as Conference Chairmen, to inform you about the International Conference "Frontiers of Nonlinear Physics" and to invite you to attend it and to make it a great scientific event. The Conference will be held on board a comfortable boat cruising from Nizhny Novgorod up the Volga river and further to St.-Petersburg from July 5 through July 12, 2004 (the last date can be slightly shifted).

    The Conference will be devoted to recent progress in the interrelated fields of nonlinear dynamics with applications to physical systems of different origins. The scope of the Conference is state-of-the-art and advance in the fields of top interest, ranging from nonlinearities in fusion plasma and astrophysical objects to nonlinear phenomena in the upper ocean, in particular. We hope that such a wide scope and informal atmosphere of the river cruise will stimulate active discussions and links between scholars and will attract young researchers to this promising field of modern science. This is really our key goal and intrinsic stimulus to hold the meeting.

    We also schedule a special program of sightseeing in Russian historical centers on the cruise route and a set of social events. The prospective boat is a comfortable 4-deck river liner, and the route itself is planned to be very interesting, along the upper Volga to the Russian North (Onega and Ladoga lakes) and further along the Neva river to St.-Petersburg. This could be a unique occasion for many participants to get familiar with both, the Russian history and nature.

    We regard this meeting as a continuation of the Topical Conference "Frontiers of Nonlinear Physics" which was held in Nizhny Novgorod in July 2001 under the umbrella of the International Conference "Progress in Nonlinear Science" (www.nonlinear.sci-nnov.ru) dedicated to the 100-th anniversary of Alexander A. Andronov, and which attracted leading experts from all over the world. Now we intend to establish a regular meeting in this field that is to be held once in three years. Another essential background of our forthcoming conference is the International Workshop "Solitons, Collapses and Turbulence" which was held at the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, RAS in 1999 and 2002 and also attracted many scholars renowned in the nonlinear community. Now two leading RAS institutions, namely, the Institute of Applied Physics, Nizhny Novgorod, and the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Moscow, have decided to combine their efforts in organization of this meeting.

    If you don't reject in general an opportunity to take part in the Conference and if it does not interfere with your schedule for the next year, please fill in and return to us the enclosed Registration Form.

    We are looking forward to seeing you at the Conference next July.

    Conference Chairmen

    Alexander Litvak

    Director

    Institute of Applied Physics

    Russian Academy of Science

    Nizhny Novgorod

     

    and

    Vladimir Zakharov

    Professor

    L.D. Landau Institute

    for Theoretical Physics

    Russian Academy of Science

    Moscow

     

     

     

     

    SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

    Sergey Bagaev

    Inst. of Laser Physics, Syberian Branch, RAS, Russia

    Robert Bingham

    Rutherford Lab., UK

    Andrey Gaponov-Grekhov

    Inst. of Applied Physics, RAS, Russia

    Gustav Gerber

    Univ. of Wuerzburg, Germany

    Roger Grimshaw

    Loughborough Univ., UK

    Alexander Gurevich

    Lebedev Inst. of Physics, RAS, Russia

    Nathaniel Fisch

    Princeton Univ., USA

    Vladimir Fortov

    Inst. for High Energy Densities, RAS, Russia

    Uriel Frisch

    Observatory of Nice, France

    Chandrashekhar Joshi

    Univ. of California in Los Angeles, USA

    Yury Kagan

    Kurchatov Inst. of Atomic Energy, Russia

    David Kaup

    Univ. of Central Florida, USA

    Yuri Kivshar

    Australian National Univ., Australia

    Vitaly Kocharovsky

    Texas A&M Univ., USA

    Evgeny Kuznetsov

    Landau Inst. for Theoretical Physics, RAS, Russia

    Mietek Lisak

    Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Sweden

    Alexander Litvak

    Inst. of Applied Physics, RAS, Russia

    Paul Mandel

    Univ. Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

    Patrick Mora

    Ecole Polytechnique, France

    George Morales

    Univ. of California in Los Angeles, USA

    Gerard Mourou

    Univ. of Michigan, USA

    Lev Ostrovsky

    NOAA Environmental Technology Lab., USA

    and Inst. of Applied Physics, RAS, Russia

    Michael Rabinovich

    Univ. of California in San Diego, USA

    and Inst. of Applied Physics, RAS, Russia

    Oleg Rudenko

    Moscow State Univ., Russia

    Dmitry Ryutov

    Lawrence Livermore National Lab., USA

    Margarita Ryutova

    Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, USA

    Bilha Segev

    Ben Gurion Univ., Israel

    Mordechai Segev

    Technion, Israel

    Alexander Sergeev

    Inst. of Applied Physics, RAS, Russia

    Alwyn Scott

    Univ. of Arizona, USA

    Marlan Scully

    Texas A&M Univ., USA

    Jonathan Wurtele

    Univ. of California in Berkeley, USA

    Norman Zabusky

    Rutgers Univ., USA

    Vladimir Zakharov

    Landau Inst. for Theoretical Physics, RAS, Russia

    George Zaslavsky

    New York Univ., USA

     

     

    CONFERENCE SCOPE

    Conference scope includes the following subjects, including both basic aspects and advanced applications:

    • Nonlinear dynamics: coherent and stochastic processes
    • General problems of nonlinear waves: solitons, collapses, and turbulence
    • Nonlinear processes in plasmas and laserplasma interactions
    • High-field optics and lasers
    • Nonlinear phenomena in acoustics
    • Nonlinear processes in fluid dynamics
    • Nonlinear problems in geophysics
    • Nonlinear problems in astrophysics
    • Nonlinearities in quantum systems

    The Conference will include oral and poster sessions, and a set of plenary lectures on interrelated topics. Several mini-symposia and special sessions on the hot issues in the fields are also planned based on suggestions of the Advisory Committee. Further details on the program will be given in the Second Announcement and Call for Papers.

     

     

    CONFERENCE VENUE

    The Conference will be held on board of a comfortable 4-deck boat cruising from Nizhny Novgorod to St.-Petersburg along the Volga river and further along the fascinating lakes of the Russian North (the White Lake, Onega, and Ladoga). A social program for participants and accompanying persons will include sightseeing and tours of the cities and historical places on the cruise route (among them the old towns of Kostroma and Yaroslavl, and unique architectural ensembles of Kizhi and Valaam), music concerts aboard, and conference party.

     

    Participants are expected to secure conference fees and travel funding. More details on the conference fees, visas, and transportation will be given in the Second Announcement.

     

     

    IMPORTANT DATES

     

    First Announcement

    October 1, 2003

     

    Response due

    November 15, 2003

     

    Second Announcement and Call for Papers

    December 1, 2003

     

    Deadline for submissions

    March 1, 2004

     

    Authors Notification and Preliminary Program

    May 1, 2004

     

     

     

    PAPER SUBMISSION

     

    Contributed papers for oral and poster presentations will be selected on the basis of the submitted abstracts. Proper details regarding submission of abstracts and full papers will be given in the Call for Papers.

     

     

    CONTACT ADDRESS

    Dr. Alexander Malekhanov

    Sci. Secretary of the Conference

    Institute of Applied Physics, RAS

    46 Ulyanov Str., 603950 Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

    Tel: +7 8312 36 8352

    Fax: +7 8312 36 2061

    E-mail: fnp@appl.sci-nnov.ru

     

    On-line pre-registration will be also possible at the Conference Web Site:

    http://www.fnp2004.sci-nnov.ru

     

     

     

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