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Plenary Talks

Abstract

The biquaternionic model of electro-gravimagnetic (EGM) field, charges, currents and their interaction are considered which are field analogues of Newton’s laws for material point [1]. It is constructed on the base of generalization of Maxwell and Dirac equations in differential algebra of biquaternions (Bqs) by use the mutual wave complex conjugated differential operators (bigradients), which are the biquaternionic generalization of gradient operator on Minkovski space [2]. In this model the electric and gravimagnetic fields are united in one biquaternion of EGM-intensity. It gives possibility to enter gravimagnetic and electric intensities, gravimagnetic and electric charges and currents and Charges-Currents Bq as a bigradient of EGM-intensity. The biquaternionic solutions of this equation are constructed which can be used for photons description. \ The first Newton’s law - law of inertia for the free system of mass, charges and currents is presented as one biwave equation and its solutions have been constructed which are used for description of elementary particles and atoms [3-5]. Also the equation of motion of electro-gravimagnetic charges and currents under action of external EGM-fields is considered which is fields analogue of the second Newton’s law. Some solutions of its equations are discussed which change spectral characteristic of elementary particles in external EGM-fields.

Biography

Lyudmila Alexeyeva, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, graduated from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov (1970) and graduate school of the same faculty (1973). Highly qualified specialist in the field of mechanics, mathematical physics, the dynamics of constructions and structures. She has published over 300 scientific papers. She is currently Head of the Department of Mathematical Physics and Modeling at the Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling, and also teaches at the Kazakh National University named after Al Farabi (Kazakhstan, Almaty).

Speaker
L.A. Alexeyeva / Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling
Kazakhstan

Abstract

An abnormal strong radial magnetic field near the Galactic Center (GC) is detected[1] . The lower limit of the radial magnetic field at r=0.12 pc from the GC is . Its Possible scientific significance are following: 1) The black hole model at the GC is incorrect. The reason is very simple as follows. the radiations observed from the region neighbor of the GC are hardly emitted by the gas of accretion disk which is prevented from approaching to the GC by the abnormally strong radial magnetic field[2]. 2) This is an astronomical evidence for existence of magnetic monopoles [3]. The lower limit of the detected radial magnetic field is quantitatively in agreement with the prediction of the paper “An AGN model with MM”[4]. 3) Magnetic monopoles may play a key role in some very important astrophysical problems using the Robakov-Callen effect that nucleons may decay catalyzed by MM Taking the RC effect as an energy source, we have proposed an unified model for various supernova explosion[5] , including to solve the question of the energy source both in the Earth core and in the white dwarfs. 4) We may explain the physical reason of the Hot Big Bang of the Universe with the similar mechanism of supernova explosion by using the RC effect as an energy source. 5) We shall point out that the problem on the increasing mass for the black hole model of quasars / AGN is an unavoidable difficult question. But no problem is for our AGN model with MM. Reference 1) Eatough R.P., et al., 2013, “A strong magnetic field around the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Galaxy”, , Vol.591, 391-393. 2) Qiu-He Peng, Jing-Jing Liu and Chi-Kang Chou, 2016 “A possible influence on standard model of quasars and active galactic nuclei in strong magnetic field”, Astrophys Space Sci (2016) 361:388 3) Qiu-He Peng, Jing-Jing Liu and Zhong-Qi Ma, 2017, “Some new possible anticipated signals for existence of magnetic monopoles?” New Astronomy, 57 (2017)59-62 4) Qiu-He Peng , Jing-Jing Liu and Chih-Kang Chou, 2017, “ A unified model of supernova driven by magnetic monopoles” Astrophys Space Sci , 2017, 362;22

Biography

Q. Peng is mainly engaged in nuclear astrophysics , particle astrophysics and galactic astronomy research. In the field of nuclear astrophysics, Peng’s researches involve neutron stars (pulsars), the supernova explosion mechanism and the thermonuclear reaction inside the star, the synthesis of heavy elements and interstellar radioactive element such as the origin of celestial 26Al. 225 papers of him have be published。

Speaker
Q H Peng / Nanjing University
China

Abstract

By recent observation scientists have realized that our Universe’s building blocks are quantum mechanics in nature; therefore, all the elements must be working intelligently based on Quantum Mechanics Principles (QMP) to run billions of galaxies with billions of solar systems and planets inside of them. All these movements ought to be naturally calculated in detail to create all these movements and fine tune the Universe; because mass in nature cannot move by itself, it needs a motivational source. On the other hand, science is telling us that everything must have an origination. Here all of my consideration in this presentation is to explain the source of all these movements of planets, solar systems and galaxies and how they interact together, all based on a QMP in conjunction with the science that we know. For the first time in human history, you will find out about the Accretion Law of the gravity force in the atom as one of the constituent elementary particles versus the belief in an external force where a body of mass is the creator of gravity. I am presenting the unprecedented theory that intelligent gravity inside the hadron is controlling the electrons vs. the mechanical elements of electromagnetism, where electromagnetic force is a force and must be outside of the atom. The rotation of a hollow spherical Universe and the natural duty of gravity inside the atom are creating unification among all the elements in the space of the Universe.

Biography

Javad Fardaei was born 1949 in Iran. He was educated in Tehran, received his degree in Chemical Engineering and moved to the USA in 1975 furthering his education in Computer Science. He was a business entrepreneur for over 30 years in the car and furniture industries and he is an autodidact in the field of Physics, Quantum Mechanics and the Universe. He is a pioneer in the theories of Quantum Mechanic origins of the Universe and has published two books: The DNA of the Universe and The Quantum Mechanics Universe.

Speaker
Javad Fardaei / Independent Researcher
United States of America

Keynote Talks

Abstract

Strain and defects in graphene have critical impact on morphology and properties of graphene. This talk reports the physical behavior of monolayer graphene under compressive biaxial strain as well as the strain-induced buckling defect in graphene. Biaxial strain is added in graphene via either thermal cycling of graphene/substrate or stretching the flexible substrate underneath graphene. The strain is monitored by Raman spectroscopy. Sliding between graphene and the substrate is observed and studied. In addition, the Grüneisen parameters of monolayer graphene on various substrates are investigated and determined. As the compressive strain exceeds certain threshold value, buckling ridges are observed in graphene, which allows the buckling strain of graphene on various substrates to be determined. In addition, the induced buckling ridges in graphene exhibit a pattern representing the symmetry of graphene crystal structure, indicating graphene relieves the compressive stress mainly along its lattice symmetry directions. The strain-induced graphene ridges are also found reminiscent of those in the synthesized graphene, suggesting the same origin of formation of the buckling ridges under biaxial compression.

Biography

Tao Jiang obtained his PhD from University of Massachusetts, USA and pursued postdoctoral research in North Carolina State University. He is currently an assocaite professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at University of Jinan. His main resarch insterests include low-dimensional nanomaterials and nanotechnology, microscopy, spectroscopy, adhesion, material-substrate interface, ect. He is a member of American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, and American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He has publications in reputed journals such as AFM, Nanoscale, 2D materials, etc and has served as reviewer for some important journals.

Speaker
Tao Jiang / University of Jinan
China

Abstract

The author focused on the beam propagation in random media; highly scattering media. In general, the light cannnot keep its information such as its intensity distribution, phase front and polarization after the plural scattering. In this study, at first, the robustness of the annular beam in the atmospheric fluctuation was found, and the same effect in the scattering media was expected. The polarized annular beam has self-converging effect into the non-diffractive beam. The non-diffracitve beam is kind of a Bessel beam and has a longer focusing effect than the other beam intensity distributions. The 40mmf annular beam changes its intensity distribution into the non-diffractive beam at the propagation distance of more than 200m. In a certain concentration random media, the same annular beam generates it at a few tens centimeters. The rigorous conditions to generate the non-diffractive beam was examined under the parameters of media concentration, propagation distance and incident beam characteristics. As a result, its unique characteristics was revealed. That is, the transport mean free path, calculated by the media concentration to genertate the maximum center intensity of the non-diffractive beam, has poroportinal to the propagation distance, the maximum center intensity of the non-diffractive beam is inversely proportional to the longer propagation distance in random media, while to the square of the shorter propagation distance, and so on. In this study, fundumental characteristics of the non-diffractive beam in random media has been researched in the view points of optical sensing such as biomedical field and remote sensing.

Biography

Tatsuo Shiina was born in Tokyo, Japan, on April 11, 1970. He received the B.E., M.E, and D.E. degrees in electrical engineering from Science University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. He is an Associate Professor at Graduate School of Engineering, Chiba University, Japan. He studies near range compact lidar for disaster prediction, portable OCT for industrial use, and beam propagation in random media.

Speaker
Tatsuo Shiina / Chiba University
Japan

Abstract

Time and biology are intertwined in many aspects, and some are not very understood. Telomere shortening is a well-known process that is proposed to influence the pace of aging in every living being. On the other hand, telomere lengthening seems to be restricted to pluripotent cells and adult stem cell population,, and it is mainly mediated by the enzyme telomerase. However, how is telomerase activation regulated in these compartments is largely unknown. Telomerase is also aberrantly upregulated in the vast majority of cancer cell where it allows for indefinite cell division. In previous works, we have exposed that time asymmetry is important to understand the cellular world, especially stem cells and cancer. This process could also be the cause of the telomerase activation and the corresponding telomere lengthening, but this stress mechanism described in the aforementioned articles could be extended to changes produced by the effects of microgravity. We know that, on a microscopic scale, it is very hard to tell if entropy is always increasing, so the experiments of Feng and Crooks have become very important, since they indicate that, during certain intervals, entropy can even decrease, even if global entropy does not. In these cases, time has no clear direction. Time asymmetry is not certain, so even if time always moves forward in the macroscopic world, this would not be so clear at the level of a single molecule. Something similar to the experiments with the situations in which the astronauts find themselves in space, we can suppose that there is a possibility that the microgravity could be similar to the experiments. And in this direction we are analyzing the future experiments to be carried out in space with international space agencies.

Biography

He has an extensive career in the area of science and in the administration of the same. He has been Head of the Rosario Astronomical Complex (Astronomical Observatory, Planetarium and Experimental Science Museum). He is a researcher at the Institute of Physics Rosario, Member of the Advisory Council of Astronomy and Sciences of the Universe of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation of the Nation, and has been a Member of the Federal Council of Science and Technology (COFECYT) of the same Ministry. Among the positions held, we can also mention Under Secretary of the Secretary of State of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation of Argentina; Under Secretary of Science and Technology Promotion of the Santa Fe, Vicepresident of the Santa Fe Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation, both of Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation of the Santa Fe Province. Advisor of the Department of Culture and Education of the Province of Buenos Aires; Science and Technology Secretary of the School of Exact Science, Engineering and Surveying, Universidad Nacional de Rosario; Member of the Scientific Development and Technology Exchange Commission of the Organization of American States (OAS); Full National Delegate and Member of the Technical Advisory Board of the Latin-American Science & Technology Development Programme (CYTED); Full Coordinator of the Thematic Commission on Human Resource Training and Research & Development Projects of the Special Meeting on Science and Technology (RECyT), MERCOSUR; Secretary of the National Astronomy Committee of Argentina; Full Member of the Argentine Gemini Committee; Member of the Advisory Commission for the Science and Technology Electronic Library of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation of Argentina; and Member of the Administrative Commission of Fund for Americas. He has also been a founding member of the Provincial Pedagogical University (PU) of the province of Buenos Aires in the city of La Plata, Argentina.

Speaker
Roberto Oscar Aquilano / Instituto de Física Rosario
Argentina

Sessions:

Scientific Session 1

Abstract

Finding basic physical principles for cell shape dynamics is challenging problem. While the dynamics is challenging the problem for stationary or near to stationary shapes has been nearly resolved by developing Helfrich formalism and associated to it the shape equation. The shape equation were derived using standard differential geometry setting and did not require new mathematical formulations for moving surfaces. Equations of motions for surface dynamics resisted the time and consequently cell shape dynamics remained unsolved. We have recently solved the dynamics problem by deriving exact equations of motions for three and two-dimensional surfaces. Equations are readily extendable to surfaces of any dimensions. By the equations, we proved that the shape equation is an approximate solution of our equations for overdamped systems near to stationary shape, while equilibrium shapes are constant mean curvature shapes. The equations are universally true for any surfaces (atomic, molecular, micro or macro scale, real or virtual, Riemannian or pseudo Riemannian, active or passive). It lands discoveries not only in biophysics but majorly advances our understanding of classical physics too. Just to mention few: Maxwell electrodynamics, Euler fluid dynamics, Poisson-Boltzmann theory and Magneto hydrodynamics; it generalizes and unifies all these in single framework. We apply equations of motions for surfaces to a droplet shape dynamics and show that non-linear shape dynamics induce nonlinear and aperiodic thickening of droplet diffusive layer, mimicking a membrane formation, cell division and can be considered as an origin of life.

Biography

Dr. Svintradze has completed his PhD from Tbilisi State University, Georgia and postdoctoral studies from Virginia Commonwealth University, USA. He is the Chair of Biophysics Division and Associate Professor of Medical Physics and Biophysics, School of Health Sciences, University of Georgia, Tbilisi. He has published more than 30 papers in reputed journals and been serving as Membership Committee of the Biophysical Society since June 2018. Currently Dr. Svintradze studies focus on unification of fluid dynamics, electrodynamics and gravitation by developing differentially variation surfaces formalism.

Speaker
David V. Svintradze / University of Georgia
Georgia

Abstract

In the modeling is used a new theoretical basis .It represents Extended Field Theory that is built with two new axioms , eight new laws and many consequences. It is well known the Classic Maxuel’s Axiom of the Classic Field Theory .It claims that the movement of a closed-loop vector E is always even or velocity is aconstant :div (rot E) = 0. According to the first new axioms , the movement of vector E in an open loop or vortex is always uneven or velocity is variable : div (rot E) ≠ 0. When the vortex is in a plane (2D) is obtained a cross vortex. If div (rot E) >0, the cross vortex accelerates . If div (rot E) <0, the cross vortex decelerates . When the vortex is in volume (3D) , a longitudinal vortex is obtained. If div (rot H)> 0 the longitudinal vortex accelerates . If the div (rot H) <0, the longitudinal vortex decelerates . The decelerating cross vortex in 2D is transformed into an accelerating longitudinal vortex in 3D(Law1) and decelerating longitudinal vortex in 3D is transformed into accelerating cross vortex in 2D(Law 2) . According to the second new axiom, the accelerating and the decelerating cross vortices in 2D exist at the same time. Both of them represent a complementary pair . The accelerating and the decelerating cross vortices in 2D form the first space-time. It is a real space-time with constant time(t=const.)The mechanism of transformation of cross vortex in 2D to longitudinal vortex in 3D is as follows: when the main cross vortex is decelerated in 2D, many primary decelerating cross vortices are emitted to the center of the main vortex in 2D.If sufficient quantitative cross vortices are accumulated in center , an accelerating longitudinal vortex in 3D, perpendicular to 2D is occurred. The accelerating longitudinal vortex acceleratesitself by suction of free cross vortices from the environment ( Law 5) . Before that the decelerating longitudinal vortex has emitted the same free cross vortices to the same environment( Law 4) . According to the consequences: Accelerating vortices attract each other as the faster attracts the slower and inserts inside it. Thus, accelerating vortices form a tube which, due to the acceleration, turns into a accelerating closing funnel .The decelerating vorticesrepel each other and form a decelerating opening funnel. Theaccelerating closing funnel and decelerating opening funnel form the second space-time .It has constant distance (S=const.) as an outer funnel length.The decelerating opening funnel generates accelerating cross vortex(Law2). Both of them form a pair that pushes the energy.The decelerating cross vortex generates accelerating closing funnel (Law1).Both of them formanother pair that pulls the energy. Both pairs are active and work as a generators.They are strung by a third kind of space-time , that will not be considered in this report. The system of these two orthogonal space-times , strung by a third space- time, acts as a “ perpetuum mobile”.

Biography

Valentina Markova is a mathematician, a specialist in algebraic encoding and decoding of the information. She has completed her PhD from the Science Institute at the Ministry of Defense and postdoctoral studies from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics . She has more than 25 reports in Science Journals and International Conferences.

Speaker
Valentina Markova / Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Bulgaria

Abstract

We present a correlation-induced mechanism forelectron pair formation. A new fictitious for ceis shown to deform the 3-body (nucleus + 2 electrons) potential surface. An exact equation for the potential deformation will be presented, and its solutions will be shown. In particular we show that the curvature of the potential ridge is dramatically reduced in the incident flux mode. That effect allows the electrons to attract each other into the Wannier configuration. In the outgoing mode, however, the ridge curvature retunsn early to the highly unstablestatical one which leads to the decay of the electron pair. The emitted electron experiences a repulsive interaction in the frame of the emitting atom. However, the nextneighbour atom provides an attractive interaction, and therefore a new pair will be born in that atom. This process of pair creation and decay may occur many times in a chain ofatoms, and provides a current transport without resistence. In contrast to the trditional Cooper mechanism our correlation-based mechanism is independent of the temperature and may work even at room temperature. The generalization to 3 and 4 dominantly correlated electrons will be outlined.

Biography

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Speaker
Hubert Klar / The University of Freiburg
Germany

Abstract

For explicitly time depending mass density, which satisfies a continuity equation, it is shown that Maxwell-like equations for gravitational field follow naturally without any need of General Relativity Theory approximation or related assumptions. As a consequences, it is shown that several features already known in Electrodynamics (Poynting vector, density of energy, tensor stress, radiation) are totally reproduced for gravitational field.

Biography

Dr. Gustavo López Velázquez was borned in México City in 1953, and his graduate studies were made in UNAM up to getting his Ph.D. He made a posdoc at Texas Accelerator Center under the direction of Drs Ross Huson P.M. Intyre. He went back to México to help the formation of a physics research center al León, Guanajuato, and went back to USA to join to the SSC group at Dallas, Texas, under the direction of Dr. Rainer Meinky. After the shutting down of the SSC Lab in 1994, Dr. López joined a group of researcher in Physics at the Guadalajara University and has been working there up to date. Main topics of interest: Quantum Computation and Information, Inverse Theorem of the Mechanics, Electromagnetic Radiation Reaction, Dynamical System and Chaos, and Classical Gravitational Waves.

Speaker
Gustavo V. López / The University of Guadalajara
Mexico

Abstract

The double helix, (H2ʘ)2N, of hydrogen bonds is considered as a structural element of density fluctuations in liquid water in the form of pentagonal nanotube. A topology of such the helical cluster is differed from the one in tetrahedral ice. From this and only this point of view, liquid water is considered as a two-structural medium by forming and breaking down helical and tetrahedral clusters that are natural elements of water density fluctuations. Another key feature of the double helix with well-ordered and strong hydrogen bonds is the opportunity of coherent and synchronous vibrations of proton pairs in this cluster with the resonance frequency, FN, in the terahertz range. At the same time, the electronic band gap of pure liquid water has the allowed local energy levels, εH 3 O and εOH , of the inherent constituents of liquid water such as hydroxonium and hydroxide ion (H3O+, OH–). Their radicals (H3O, OH) are interpreted as the corresponding energy levels occupied by electron and hole and disposed symmetrically relative to the middle of band gap with εH 3 O –εOH = 1.75 eV. The double helix, H3O+(H2ʘ)2N–2OH–, charged by hydroxonium and hydroxide ion across the helix is considered as a multi-vibrator of 2N protons with the potential equal to 1.75 V. This helix can be switched in the collective vibration mode, H3O+(H2ʘ)2N–2OH– ↔OH–(H2ʘ)2N–2H3O+, of N proton pairs by an external electromagnetic field with the resonant frequency of the helix.

Biography

Alexander Shimkevich has completed his PhD in 1982 from Institute for Physics and Power Engineering (IPPE), DS degree in 1998 from Institute for High Temperature of RAS, and full Professor in 2005. He is the main reseacher of RNC Kurchatov Institute. He has published more than 225 papers in reputed journals and is serving as an editorial board member of "Atomic Eneger".

Speaker
Alexander Shimkevich / NRC Kurchatov Institute
Russian Federation

Abstract

The thermal properties and thickness dependant AC electrical behavior of n-butyl methacrylate thin films prepared through plasma polymerization technique using a capacitively coupled reactor have been studied in the frequency range of 102 to 106 Hz. X-ray diffraction confirms the amorphous nature of the plasma polymerized n-butyl methacrylate (PPnBMA) thin films. The reflactance decreases with increasing wavelength but increases with thickness up to 450 nm and after that wavelength it turn out to be almost constant. The value of refractive index(n) rises sharply in the lower wavelength side up to 300 nm and after that it decreases drastically. From 400 nm to 800 nm it has no significant variation. It is also observed that n values are higher for higher thickness. The AC conductivity is found to increase rapidly with frequency but decreases with film thickness. On the other hand the dielectric constant also shows strong dependence on both frequency and film thickness. With increasing film thickness the peaks of tanδ shifts a little towards the lower frequency region indicating an increase of relaxation time.

Biography

Dr. Rahima Nasrin works in Department of Physics, University of Barisal, Barisal 8200, and Bangladesh. Research working experience carry out research activities based on my own ideas along with supervising the research works of MSc students. I began my research career as an M.Phil. Student when I studied mechanical and electrical properties of polypropylene-talc composites. Through my Ph.D. study at the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) I acquired sufficient knowledge and research experience on surface morphological, structural, thermal, optical and electrical properties of as- deposited and modified plasma polymerized n-butyl methacrylate thin films. I made several publications on my research topics in different international peer reviewed journals. Now I am capable of carrying out researches independently, and the collaboration with other expert researchers will help me achieve better results. I am trying to establish plasma polymerization system, chemical bath deposition unit, etc. in my Department to synthesize organic and inorganic thin films for photovoltaic and other optoelectronic applications. Currently, I am supervising two M.Sc students and successfully completed one research project funded by Bangladesh University Grants Commission (UGC), Dhaka, Bangladesh. I participated in a thin-film research based training named “Introductory training course in nanofabrication technologies” which was arranged by ministry of external affairs, government of India at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, held on 18 June 2018 to 06 July, 2018. My current research interest is in the field of synthesis of nanocomposites form various bio-friendly natural polymers incorporating different nanoparticles such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs), graphene oxide, etc. which will provide a solid foundation to do advanced research on fabrication of nanostructured materials.

Speaker
Rahima Nasrin / University of Barisal
Bangladesh

Abstract

The results of experimental investigations of new non-gauge interaction (using high current magnets, torsion and piezoresonance balances, changes in the rate of β- decay of radioactive elements etc.) are presented. The physical nature of the new force, in accordance with the Byuon theory (BT) (non-gauge theory of the formation of physical space and the world of ultimate particles on the basis of unobservable objects named “byuons” which containing a new fundamental vector constant – cosmologic vector potential Ag) is showed. It was shown that ultimate particle mass (Δmc2≈ 33 eV) is in party proportional to the modulus of summary potential АΣ (АΣ≤ Ag = 1.95 × 1011 G cm). Variation in the modulus of due to other field potentials (ΔАΣ) should lead to the emergence of new natural force that is nonlinear and nonlocal and can be represented by a series in terms of ΔАΣ. The first term of the series in terms of ΔАΣ has the form ~ΔАΣ•∂ΔАΣ/∂x, where x is a spatial coordinate in three dimensional space. The new interaction and BT explains the origin of dark energy as a cause of receding galaxies with acceleration (byuon energy), nature of gamma-rays bursts and many other appearances in astrophysics. In this report we shall discuss the heat installations which use byuon energy for heat of a water. The experiments were carried out in Italy (2012-2014) and Russia (2015-2016). For realization the new force action (ΔАΣ) we used a gravitation potential. The results of experiments showed the ratio between the heat energy output and the electric energy input can be more 1. The report is showed a practical using of new force for spacecraft motion (the terrestrial experiments, movie).

Biography

Baurov Yu.A. – Ph.D. in 1978. He had worked at Cent. Res. Inst. for Mach. Eng. (Korolev town, Russia from 1972 till 2012. He has 6 books in fundamental physics. In 2004 he was elected as a Fellow of Academy Cosmonautic Russia and also listed as one of the most outstanding scientists of the planet in 2000.

Speaker
Baurov Yuriy Alexeevich / Byuon Space Energy corporation
Russian Federation

Abstract

The field of novel two-dimensional (2D) materials has grown enormously for the last several years. The technology to build van der Waals heterostructures out of them enables development of new devices combining unique properties of individual 2D crystals. It has allowed producing vertical tunnelling transistors, nanometre-thick light emitting diodes, high quality field-effect transistors and others. A lot of exotic physical phenomena have been observed in these heterostructures, such as, for example, the Hofstadter butterfly effect, viscous electron backflow, unconventional superconductivity. In this talk, I will focus on optoelectronic properties of 2D materials, semiconducting transition metal dichalcogenides in particular. I will present experimental results of the electrical control of interlayer excitons in WSe2- and MoS2-based vertical light-emitting diodes. Because of the type-II band alignment of MoS2/WSe2 heterostructures, spatially indirect (interlayer) excitons (IEs) form, in which electrons and holes reside in different materials. I will discuss the electrically induced emission of the IEs and their behaviour as a function of the bias voltage and separation between MoS2 and WSe2. The physical mechanism of charge carrier injection into these materials differs depending on experimental conditions, which leads to unexpected effects in electroluminescence spectra.

Biography

Dr. Aleksey Kozikov has completed his PhD at Exeter University, UK. He was a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and he is currently a postdoc at the University of Manchester. UK. His main focus lies in the field of novel two-dimensional materials, such as graphene, boron nitride, transition metal dichalcogenides, etc, and their van der Waals heterostructures. He studies their electronic and optoelectronics properties.

Speaker
Aleksey Kozikov / University of Manchester
UK

Abstract

The fundamental particle is the neutrino. To date, it has not been divided. It is the Zero Point Energy particle (ZPE) and is everywhere. Neutrinos can form electrons, can form quarks, which form protons and neutrons. Coordinated flows of neutrinos create the force of gravity and electromagnetism. T. T. Brown found that by placing a highly charged wire around a disc that the disc would move in the direction of the positive pole. Larger discs and higher voltages produced higher disc velocity. Tests conducted in a vacuum showed that the disc velocity was not produced by ionized air molecules. This means that there is a source of propulsion available for space ships that does not require rocket fuel. Time has existed forever so there was no beginning. Once there was a space that extended to infinity and was filled with neutrinos at a fixed temperature and density. These neutrinos formed hydrogen clouds which formed stars which led to the universe as it is known today, steady and infinite.

Biography

The fundamental particle is the neutrino. To date, it has not been divided. It is the Zero Point Energy particle (ZPE) and is everywhere. Neutrinos can form electrons, can form quarks, which form protons and neutrons. Coordinated flows of neutrinos create the force of gravity and electromagnetism. T. T. Brown found that by placing a highly charged wire around a disc that the disc would move in the direction of the positive pole. Larger discs and higher voltages produced higher disc velocity. Tests conducted in a vacuum showed that the disc velocity was not produced by ionized air molecules. This means that there is a source of propulsion available for space ships that does not require rocket fuel. Time has existed forever so there was no beginning. Once there was a space that extended to infinity and was filled with neutrinos at a fixed temperature and density. These neutrinos formed hydrogen clouds which formed stars which led to the universe as it is known today, steady and infinite.

Speaker
Ulus W. massie / Retired Professor
USA

Plenary Talks

Abstract

The main problem the protagonists in the science fiction film '3025' are facing is the same that A.I. researchers are facing which is also the main problem of system theory: Would it be possible to create / exist outside the box? So the idea of free will and the power of consciousness are the main themes. After all, in a system where consciousness creates matter, everything that is thinkable is possible and the system (the human) should be able to emancipate from its original source. As a basis for this futuristic world the film offers various theoretical explanations about the beginning of our universe, humanity's origin, evolution and purpose, the nature and fabric of our reality, black and white holes, quantum entanglement, decoherence and indeterminism – inspired by (meta)physics and quantum sciences.

Biography

Tina Matzat is an independent filmmaker and founder of Qbit Films – a production company based in Berlin. While studying information sciences in Potsdam, she was confronted with the limitations of artificial intelligence and the implications of model and system theory – topics that found their way back into her writing while working on the current project '3025' – a metaphysical sci-fi script set in a futuristic world based on the principles of quantum physics and beyond

Speaker
Tina Matzat / Founder of Qbit Films
Germany

Abstract

To date, systematic studies used in science are in essence studies of the effects of the natural world. However, the mechanics involved that are necessary to conduct such research have found to be ignored and thus, not accounted for. This fundamental omission error would be of no consequence if the two mechanisms involved were not mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive or if this necessary function to conduct any and all experiments was only a singular mechanism. Unfortunately, it has been confirmed without ambiguity that there are indeed two mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive mechanisms necessary to conduct any and all empirical studies and that the failure to account for these two origin variables, both in practice and in theory, inherently lead to false-positive results/conclusions. Case in point, the observer in modern physics is understood to cause perturbations to the system being observed by simply observing it. But what if the observer was not something that measured physical reality but instead was an effect of the two mutually exclusive and jointly exhaustive mechanisms currently ignored by the practice of science? The topic of this discussion will explore how the wave function collapse phenomenon observed in physics is not caused by the effect of observation but by the mechanisms that create the effect of observation itself.

Biography

Manuel S Morales is an independent researcher in a new field of physics, i.e., origin mechanics. He has a BFA in illustration and AS in photography. His notable career as an artist inadvertently led to conducting a twelve-year experiment at TemptDestiny.com, which revealed that the current methods and theories of science are incomplete. He has applied his findings to particle physics, theoretical physics, experimental physics, condensed matter physics, biology, and in analytics such as key performance indicators. He has served as a referee for a number of physics journals.

Speaker
Manuel S Morales / Independent Researcher
United States

Abstract

The physical background of a new scale of time, different than that commonly used, is presented on the basis of the Schrodinger perturbation theory. A conventional scale - obtained as a result of a long experience and widely used in science as well as in everyday life - is extended from the time points present in a very distant past to similar points expected to happen in a very distant future we call it a linear scale of time being of an infinite length. In the lecture we demonstrate that this kind of scale does not apply to the Schrodinger perturbation process. Such a process is considered as a set of successive collisions of an originally unperturbed quantum system with the perturbation potential. The process does occupy a sufficiently long interval of time in order to produce a new, i.e. perturbed, stationary state from an unperturbed state of the system. It has been found - for the case of a non-degenerate quantum state - that complicated calculations necessary to obtain the energy of the perturbed state from the parameters characteristic for an unperturbed state can be drastically simplified by applying a circular scale of time, not a linear one. This holds for any perturbation order N of the formalism. A full agreement with the Schrodinger perturbation theory is attained when suitable contractions of the time points present on the circular scale are applied. In brief an example of the Leibniz idea of time as an ordering parameter is presented: the new scale of time does reproduce the energy terms of a perturbed quantum state without integrating the corresponding quantum- mechanical Eigen equation.

Biography

Dr. Stanislaw Olszewski is the Master of Science in theoretical physics, University of Warsaw 1954, chemical engineer 1954. He obtained doctor degree in the theory of solids from University of Paris, centre d'Orsay, 1962. He is a researcher in the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences since 1955, habilitation 1964, professor during 1971, head of the Institute division of the quantum theory of solids 1985-2002, lectured general physics and quantum mechanics at the Academy of the Catholic Theology in Warsaw 1965-1970, scientific stay at the Imperial College of Science and Technology in London 1967-68, visiting professorships at Jean-Fourier University in Grenoble 1982, 1989 and University Paris-Sud 1988. Stanislaw Olszewski elected member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts since 1991

Speaker
Stanislaw Olszewski / Polish Academy of Sciences
Poland

Abstract

Biography

Dr. Houxiao Wang received his PhD degree from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in 2013. He conducted the collaboration work attached with the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) in Singapore from 2009 to 2011. He got the NTU Research Scholarship (Singapore) in 2008. He is currently an associate professor at the School of Mechanical Engineering, Jiangsu University. His current research interests mainly focus on advanced laser drilling, trepanning, machining, processing and manufacturing assisted by water-based ultrasonic vibrations and/or magnetic fields, materials processing, and focused ion beam (FIB) nanofabrication and nanometrology for optical applications. He is an invited editorial board member of American Journal of Physics and Applications (AJPA). Dr. Wang is currently the member of several professional organizations such as The Optical Society of America (OSA), the Optics and Photonics Society of Singapore (OPSS), and the Materials Research Society of Singapore (MRSS). He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed journal papers. He has been invited as or served as the (honorable) plenary/keynote/invited speaker, the honorable guest/speaker, the (honorable) session chair/co-chair, the honorable/invited organizing committee member, the invited scientific committee member and/or the technical program committee member for more than20 important international conferences in the area.

Speaker
Houxiao Wang / Jiangsu University
china

Abstract

All forms of energy are manifestation of electrical energy with positive electrical energy being Shiv in Hindu mythology (Adam in Bible, Aadam in Quran) and negative electrical energy being Parvati (Shakti) in Hindu mythology (Eve in Bible, Hawa in Quran). With the recent image obtained accidently led me to realize importance of astrology to do the reverse physics of life in Universe/Multiverse from electrical energy flow from GOD in space is exactly based on the theme “Innovative Practices and Novel Ideas in Diverse Domains of Science, Technology and Interdisciplinary Fields” The flow of high energy from Shiv (positive electrical energy) in the form of electromagnetic radiation since the big bang towards the Parvati (negative electrical energy) in the vast space known as Universe/Multiverse from blue shift to red shift intermediate is green shift led to the creation of firstly the subatomic particles to the atomic particles leading to the formation of hydrogen atoms which in turn is converted to stars, planets and satellites by the three fundamental laws viz. Law of conservation of Energy, Law of conservation of Momentum and Law of conservation of charge. The five elements needed for life is being controlled by five forces as per the Astrology.

Biography

Dr. Manish Kumar has obtained B.E. (Electrical Engineering) from MNNIT, Allahabad, M. Tech. (Energy Studies) and Ph.D. (Plasma Physics) from IIT Delhi. He has rich experience of more than fifteen years in teaching, research and training. His areas of interest in teaching and research are Hybrid Energy system, Optical fibres, Terahertz Radiation Generation, Photonics, Surface Plasma Waves and Plasma Physics. He has published 10 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial advisory board member of repute. He has travelled widely across the globe (Canada, China and Japan,Europe,Thailand etc.) under various international conferences. He has brought under the F.A.S.T. scheme of MHRD a Centre for Energy and Resources Development (CERD) for IIT (BHU)). Presently he is working on the project “1.5 MW Integrated Dairy and Smart Hybrid Energy System”. He is working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT (BHU) Varanasi

Speaker
Manish Kumar / Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT(BHU) Varanasi
India

Keynote Talks

Abstract

The structural flexibility of amyloid peptides comprises the extraordinary property to self-assemble into extended fibrillar structures. Such amyloid structures are often related to neurodegenerative diseases, as e.g. the Alzheimer disease. Due to their role in cytotoxicity and neuronal apoptosis, low-molecular-weight aggregates have attracted particular interest, but evident differences of the fibrillation characteristics of the Alzheimer peptide A(1-40) and A(1-42) are not yet understood. In order to address the aggregation mechanisms on the molecular level, we studied small transient aggregates (named oligomers) along the time course of fibrillation using single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy in combination with x-ray diffraction, transmission electron and atomic force microscopy[1]. Variation of the fluorescence tag, aggregation conditions and the length of the peptides allowed us to monitor the self-assembly on the single molecule level and to finally reveal underlying, competing pathways of aggregation.

Biography

Dr. Maria Ott received her PhD at the University of Lübeck, Germany. After post-doctoral studies at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, and at the University of Halle, Germany, she is currently working as a tenured staff scientist and Junior Research Group leader at the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of the Martin-Luther-University in Halle, Germany. Her research links life science with polymer and soft matter physics. Her scientific focus is the molecular self-assembly of proteins, the phenomenon of macromolecular crowding and polymer aggregation in solutions. Her main techniques are single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy and x-ray scattering.

Speaker
Maria Ott / Martin Luther Universität Halle Wittenberg, Germany

Abstract

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Biography

Graduated in 2000 from King Faisal Air Academy Riyadh, Saudi Araba, as Military Pilot Bachelor degree in aero science) served in Royal Saudi Air Force for 14 years. I am interested in Physics research in General mainly Theoretical and Experimental physics, have the passion to change the world of physics.

Speaker
Abdullah Alzahrani / ALZAHRANI SPACE INNOVATION
Poland

Abstract

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Biography

ELSAYED AHMED ELNASHAR, Full-Professor of textiles Apparel, Kaferelsheikh University, Egypt. Born in 19 /8/1965. Have Ph.D. 2000, Msc.1995, Bsc.1989, Helwan University. Diploma1985advanced industrial textiles institute. He holds several academic administrative positions: Dean, Vice Dean, Head of Department, He has many textiles patents, Member of international scientific committees. Development of Faculties of Education, commissioned of Supreme Council of Egyptian Universities. Has design books published in Germany and Ukraine. Has published over 185 scientific Articles. Editorial board member & Reviewer for more 85 journals, organizer for more than 30 conference and workshop over the world, Founder and editor two scientific journals. And Smartex Conference Egypt. Member of the editorial board of several international journals and conferences, He has made many scientific agreements with European &Africa universities

Speaker
Elsayed A ELNashar / Kaferelsheikh University
Egypt

Abstract

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Biography

US citizen (naturalized in 1985). Goal oriented, highly motivated and creative performer with proven leadership, administrative and coaching ability, extensive project and financial management experience, team player attitude, strong analytical and planning skills, effective communications (both written and verbal) and presentation skills, as well as excellent organizational, interpersonal, and negotiation capabilities. Possesses thorough and in-depth understanding of the state-of-the-art in materials, mechanical, electrical, optical, information, telecommunication, reliability and related areas of engineering, of new and emerging technologies, and a clear vision for the most promising directions in the development of applied science and engineering. Works exceptionally well in dynamic and rapidly changing environments, under pressure and in short time frames. Performs effectively across multiple organizations, companies and departments, with specialists from various disciplines and fields, and with people of different mentalities, origins, and cultural backgrounds. Good public speaker. Communicates his ideas well to any audience. Quick learner. Exhibits strong interest in, and possesses good knowledge of, foreign cultures, values, attitudes, and customs. Always willing to learn new things and has exceptional receptiveness to, and quick grasp of, new approaches and ideas. Has a sociable disposition and gets along well with peers, supervisors and subordinates. Bi-lingual: English and Russian. Fluent in Ukrainian (was born in Ukraine). Working knowledge of German (studied at school and when on the faculty of the Technical University in Vienna, Austria).

Speaker
Ephraim Suhir / Portland State University
USA

Abstract

In-vivo sensors yield valuable information by measuring directly on the living tissue of the patient. These devices can be surface or implant devices. Measurements of electrical activity in the body can be achieved using surface electrodes by measuring electrical signals from organs or muscles. For short term internal devices, catheters are used. These include cardiac catheters (in blood vessels) and bladder catheters. Due to the size and shape of the catheters, silicon devices provided an excellent solution for measurement. Since many cardiac catheters are disposables, the sales were high and thus, the price of the sensors reduced. After these early devices, many multi-sensor devices became available. These took advantage of the silicon processing to produce a number of sensors on a single silicon chip. Devices for longer term implantation presented additional challenges due to the harshness of the environment and the regulations for biocompatibility and safety. Some devices may be used for a short-to-medium period to monitor after an operation or injury. Increasingly sensing devices are being applied to longer term implants for monitoring a wide range of chronic conditions. This paper will examine the three main areas of application for in-vivo devices: surface devices, short-term and long-term implants. Also the issues of biocompatibility and safety will be discussed. It will examine the different applications and the technology (and devices) required to meet the needs.

Biography

Paddy French received his B.Sc. in mathematics and M.Sc. in electronics from Southampton University, UK, in 1981 and 1982, respectively. In 1986 he obtained his Ph.D., also from Southampton University, which was a study of the piezoresistive effect in polysilicon. After 18 months as a post doc at Delft University, he moved to Japan in 1988, and worked for 3 years onautomotive sensors at Nissan Motor Company. He returned to Delft University in 1991 as post-doc and then staff member In 1999 he was awarded the Antoni van Leeuwenhoek chair and was from 2002 to 2012 head of the Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory. He was Editor-in-chief of Sensors and Actuators A and General Editor of Sensors and Actuators A&B from 2012-2018. His research interests are integrated sensor systems, micromachining, in particular for medical applications.

Speaker
Paddy French / Delft University
Netherlands

Sessions:

Scientific Session 2

Abstract

Magnetars are highly magnetized neutron stars with field strengths greater than the quantum critical level 4.4*10^13 G. They show persistent X-ray emission as well as sporadic bursts. Using data obtained by Suzaku and HETE-2 satellites, we discovered that both the persistent X-ray emission and burst spectra consist of thermal (<10 keV) and hard X-ray (>10 keV) components (Nakagawa et al. 2011, Enoto et al. 2012). Luminosities of these components show a correlation for 5 orders of magnitude. We have been proposing a “Micro-Burst Model” that the persistent X-ray emission consists of numerous micro-bursts of various sizes (Nakagawa et al. 2009, 2011, 2018). In the micro-burst model, the bursts may also consist of numerous micro-bursts with durations of a few milliseconds. In order to verify this prediction, we investigated power density spectra of burst light curves of a magnetar SGR 1806-20 observed by the HETE-2 satellite. The light curves are created for an energy band between 6 and 30 keV using a 0.1 ms time bin. As a result, the bursts can be considered as time fragments of identical stochastic process with durations of >5.6 ms. This result is well consistent with the micro-burst model.

Biography

Yujin Nakagawa is a Project Senior Engineer at Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology. He studied physics at the Aoyama Gakuin University in Japan, and received his Ph.D in Astronomy and Astrophysics from the same university. His current research focuses on X-ray observations of highly magnetized neutron stars, as well as high speed retrieval from future climate simulation data with a few petabytes. He has authored or co-authored over 60 peer-reviewed articles.

Speaker
Yujin Nakagawa / Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Japan

Abstract

Surface electromagnetic waves (SEW) have been known for 200 years. Currently, they are widely used in optical and investigated at THz frequencies in the area which form the basis of the current status and future development of nanotechnologies (plasmonics). The history of the research of electromagnetic waves that are different in nature from spatial Maxwell-Hertz electromagnetic waves and emerging on the boundary of two media with different dielectric properties, developed from universal acceptance in the early 20th century the concept of SEW Sommerfeld- Zenneck , until her categorical denial by middle-century, the revival of interest in 60-years and experimental confirmation by the beginning of the 21st century. In Russia, the theory of SEW developed intensively, and experimental proof of the existence of SEW was given: waves of ultrahigh frequencies detected and investigated in the laboratory in the magnetized semiconductors, on salt (w. h. Ocean) water, gas plasma and metals; were observed in vivo. SEW exist at frequencies up to optical. To date, they are best explored in the ultra high frequency range and optics (plasmon- polaritons) .Extended field studies in the field of high, low and Ultralow frequencies holds exciting prospects: (OTH) radar, new channels of global telecommunications, monitoring the surface of oceans, weather management, wireless transfer of energy flows on the surface of Earth and the bottom edge of the ionosphere from continent to continent. SEW have dramatic past, pragmatic present and a great future.

Biography

Vladimir Datsko belongs to the school of the Nobel Prize winner academician P.L. Kapitza ( a student of Ernest Rutherford). At the age of 23, after graduating from the Moscow physical-technical Institute, Datsko V. launched study of surface electromagnetic waves (SEV). In 1970 slow surface waves magnitoplazmennaye-a new class of surface excitations of solid-state plasma in magnetized semiconductors were opened; to optical frequencies they were dubbed plasmon and magnetoplasmon. He observed SEV experimentally on salt water (1980) ,thereby confirmed experimentally the verification and validation of theoretical model of Sommerfeld-Zennek . Datsko V. watched SEV in metals (2012), and on the human body (2013). His dissertation for the Degree of Doctor of Hab is "New types of surface electromagnetic waves in conducting media" (2000). He is the author of two discoveries and 9 patents.

Speaker
Vladimir Datsko / Institute of Applied Geophisics
Russia

Abstract

Fundamentals of vortex dynamics in application to the problems of power engineering are presented. The specific attention is paid to the vortex reconnection in the swirl flow. Vortex reconnection seems to be a fundamentally important phenomenon resulting in the drastic change in the topology of vortex structures. In particular, this paper presents the results of experimental study of vortex reconnection processes on the spiral vortex tube formed in a swirl flow in a conical diffuser with sufficiently large swirl parameter values. The result of reconnection can be either formation of an isolated vortex ring while preserving the basic spiral vortex tube or formation of a system consisting of the vortex ring linked with the spiral tube. On the original spiral in the reconnection zone, the left-handed Kelvin wave, running up the vortex tube, is generated consistently. A number of topological features of vortex reconnection were revealed. The obtained results are useful for understanding and describing the processes in a draft tube of hydro turbine, quantum turbulence, and solar flares. The main vortex-based control methods of transfer processes are considered; they are divided into the passive (flow swirling) and active (mixing, periodic forcing) methods. Examples of vortex technologies application in power engineering, including heat exchangers, burners, combustion chambers, and hydro turbines are described. The conclusions addressing efficiency of application of vortex devices (methods) in different power engineering challenges are made.

Biography

Sergey Alekseenko is Academician of Russian Academy of Sciences and Head of the laboratory of Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics (Novosibirsk, Russia). In 1972 he graduated from the Physics Department of Novosibirsk State University. His areas of expertise are the transport phenomena in two-phase flow, hydrodynamics of film flow, wave phenomena, vortex flows and turbulent jets, experimental methods for two-phase flows, power engineering, renewable energy, and energy saving. He has 130 published papers in refereed journals, 39 patents, 6 monographs including Wave Flow of Liquid Films and Theory of Concentrated Vortices. He is the laureate of the 2018 Global Energy Prize.

Speaker
Sergey Alekseenko / Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics
Russia

Abstract

It is well-known that dielectric particles are subjected to optical force when focused laser beam is illuminated. As known as optical tweezer, it is possible to move the dielectric particles by moving the focal point. The optical force is explained by the Lorentz force from the electromagnetic field of light. When the size of particle is much small than wavelength, it is easy to express the force using the Lorentz force subjected to a dipole moment. However, the force is depenent on the shape of particles actually. In order to calculate the optial force more regorously, it is necessary to calculate the electromagnetic field of scattering light from a particle. In our recent study, boundary elememt method with shape parameters have been proposed. In the proposed method, electromagnetic field is expressed as a function of position and shape parameters. Therefore, the particle shape dependence of electromagnetic field can be calculated. Furthermore, vector calculus in the Lorentz force calculation is applicable. When there are multiple dielectric particles, a scattered light form a particle illuminates other particles. Then, attractive force is generated among the particles. In our proposed calculation method, the distance dependence of attractive force among the particles can be calculated. In boundary element method, the electromagnetic field is expressed by integral equations. In our proposed method, the electromagnetic field is Taylor expanded by the parameter of particle distance. The derivatives are alse expressed by integral equations. The distance-dependent electromagnetic field can be calculated by solving the integral equations.

Biography

Daisuke Barada has completed his PhD from the Univeristy of Tsukuba, Japan and postdoctoral studies from the Univeristy of Tsukuba, and Utsunomiya University, Japan. He is an associate professor, Utsunomiya University, Japan. He has published more than 50 papers in reputed journals.

Speaker
Daisuke Barada / Center for Optical Research and Education (CORE), Utsunomiya University, Japan

Abstract

The poster report presents the results of studies of oscillatory modes after the heat-conducting flow between two horizontal porous cylinders loses it stability under the action of a radial flow and a radial temperature gradient. It is assumed that the cylinders rotate independently of each other, while the constant flow through the annulus is regulated by a suitable pumping system. Numerical analysis based on the nonlinear theory of bifurcation for hydrodynamic flows makes it possible to predict for certain small absolute values of the parameters of the problem the existence of quasi-periodic oscillation modes of different physical nature.

Biography

Luiza Shapakidze is a researcher at the A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute of I.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (Georgia). She received Ph.D.degree of Phys.& Math. sciences in Moscow State University in 1986. Her researcher interests have been concerned with nonlinear problem of the theory of hydrodynamic stability, investigation of different modes arising after the loss of stability of the basic stationary motion. She participated in various international conferences and symposium. She is the author more than of 40 research articles published in peer-reviewed international journals and conference proceedings. Luiza Shapakidze is Managing-Editor of the journal “Transactions of A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute”

Speaker
Luiza Shapakidze / A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute of I.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University,Georgia

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