Chaos, Fractals, Phase Transitions, Selforganization
Minsk, Belarus
May 2427, 2016
Subjects: Above mentioned and
other frontier topics in modern nonlinear study in
 Nuclear and reactor physics
(nuclear theory, the interaction of
particles and nuclei, neutron transport, future nuclear reactors,
physics of nuclear transmutations, safety analysis for nuclear
facilities, development and adaptation of codes for
deterministic/probabilistic safety analysis, verification and
validation of safety related software, radiation technologies,
radiation monitoring)
 High energy physics
(quantum chromodynamics, standard model,
quarkgluon plasma, collective phenomena, nonperturbative effects,
confinement, radiative corrections, Monte Carlo simulations)
 Information processing
(quantum computation and cryptography, neural networks, artificial intelligence, parallel computing, GRID)
 Mathematical foundations and methods
(classical and quantum chaos, chaos and tunneling,
correlations, dynamical systems, integrable systems, analytical and numerical methods)
 Foundation of electronics and optics
(nano, micro, opto and quantum electronics, classical and quantum optics)
 Economics, social and biological systems
(nonlinear dynamics in economics, social and biological systems)
Program will consist of reviewed reports and original talks for which contributions are invited.
