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Friday, July 9 - 9: 00 Departure from Nizhny Novgorod



Friday, July 9



8:00 – 9:00



BREAKFAST

9:00 – 9:40



9:40 – 10:20



10:20 – 10:50



PLENARY SESSION 4

Chair:

Lev Ostrovsky

Vladimir Zakharov (Landau Inst. Theor. Phys., RAS, Russia). Self-similar regimes in weak turbulence

Norman Zabusky (Rutgers Univ., USA). Visiometrics: From the soliton to the vortex projectile in accelerated inhomogeneous flows

Evgeny Kuznetsov (Landau Inst. Theor. Phys., RAS, Russia). Collapse in hydrodynamics and its sequences

10:50 – 11:10



COFFEE BREAK


11:10 – 11:50



11:50 – 12:30



12:30 – 13:00





PLENARY SESSION 5

Chair:

Vitaly Kocharovsky

Federico Capasso, Mariano Trocolli (Harvard Univ., USA), and Alexey Belyanin (Texas A&M Univ., USA). Quantum cascade Raman injection lasers

Luigi Lugiato et al (Univ. dell' Insubria, Como, Italy). Entangled imaging

Uriel Frisch (Observ. de la Côte d'Azur, France) et al.
Reconstruction of the early Universe as a Monge–Ampere–Kantorovich mass transportation problem

13:00 – 14:00



LUNCH

14:30 – 16:10



TOPICAL SECTIONS 6, 7



TS 6: Nonlinear Problems in Astrophysics and Cosmology



Chair:

Vladimir Kocharovsky

  1. A. Starobinsky (Landau Inst. Theor. Phys., RAS, Russia). Nonlinear models of dark matter
    and dark energy in the Universe (20 min)

  2. L. Titarchuk (NRL / George Mason Univ., USA) and Ph. Laurent (CEA, France). The full general relativistic photon kinetic formalism and discovery of an intrinsic and observational signature for a black hall (20 min)

  3. M. Murakami, K. Nishihara, and T. Hanawa (Osaka Univ., Japan). Self-similar gravitational collapse of radiatively cooling spheres (20 min)

  4. E. Derishev et al (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia). Nonlinear interplay between synchrotron and inverse Compton emission
    in relativistic astrophysical plasmas (20 min)



TS 7: Nonlinear and Coherent Phenomena in Quantum Systems



Chair:

Eugene Polzik

  1. L. Reichl and K. Na (Texas Univ. Austin, USA). Photon induced chaotic dynamics
    in atomic systems (invited, 30 min)

  2. L. Davidovich et al (Univ. Federal
    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Quantum-classical transition in phase space: Roles of dissipation and diffusion (invited, 30 min)

  3. H. Ishio (Univ. Bristol, UK). Quantum-classical transition for transport through open chaotic cavities (20 min)

  4. S. Prants and V. Argonov (Pacific Oceanol. Inst., RAS, Russia). Fractals, strange attractors and synchronization
    in the atom−field interaction (20 min)

16:10 – 16:30



COFFEE BREAK

16:30



Arrival at Kizhi



16:30 – 20:00



Excursion in kizhi



20:00



Departure from Kizhi



20:00 – 21:00



DINNER

21:30 – 22:30



EVENING PROGRAM:

Music concert



Saturday, July 10 / morning



8:00 – 9:00



BREAKFAST

9:00 – 11:10



TOPICAL SECTIONS 4, 6, 11



TS 6: Nonlinear Problems in Astrophysics
and Cosmology



Chair:

Alexey Starobinsky

  1. Vl. Kocharovsky et al (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia). The highest-energy cosmic rays and converter acceleration mechanism (invited, 30 min)

  2. A. Gurevich (Lebedev Phys. Inst., RAS, Russia). Cosmic rays and electrodynamic processes in atmosphere (invited, 30 min)

  3. G. Bisnovaty-Kogan (Inst. Space Res., RAS, Russia). Approximate theory of large-scale structure formation in the Universe (invited, 30 min)

  4. E. Aurell, D. Fanelli (KTH, Sweden), S. Gurbatov and A. Moshkov (Univ. Nizhny Novgorod, Russia). The non-linear regime of the gravitational instability. The inner structure of the pancake (invited, 20 min)

  5. A. Noullez and J.-F. Pinton (Observ. Côte d'Azur, France). Global energetic quantities in Burgers turbulence (20 min)



TS 4: Nonlinear Acoustics



Chair:

Lev Ostrovsky

  1. L. Crum (Univ. Washington, USA),
    V. Khokhlova (Moscow Univ., Russia) et al. Nonlinear phenomena in modern applications of ultrasound and shock waves in medicine (invited, 30 min)

  2. V. Khokhlova (Moscow Univ., Russia) et al. The relative effects of cavitation and nonlinear ultrasound propagation on dynamics of thermal lesion in a tissue phantom (20 min)

  3. D. Сathignol (INSERM, France). Novel approaches to design of high intensity ultrasound sources for medical applications
    of nonlinear acoustic waves (20 min)

  4. Ph. Blanc-Benon (Centre Acoust., Lyon, France) et al. Nonlinear propagation
    of intense acoustic waves through inhomogeneous moving media (20 min)

  5. A. Lebedev, L. Ostrovsky (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia), and A. Sutin (Stevens Inst. Techn., USA). Nonlinear acoustic spectro-scopy of local defects in solids (20 min)

  6. A. Brysev (Prokhorov General Phys. Inst., RAS, Russia). Nonlinear phenomena
    at the parametric wave phase conjugation
    of ultrasound waves (20 min)



TS 11: Mini-Symposium “Bose-Einstein Condensates”



Chair:

Yuri Kagan

    1. A. MacDonald (Texas Univ. Austin, USA). Lowest-Landau-level cold atom vortex dynamics (invited, 30 min)

    2. A. Mysyrowicz (Ecole Polytech. Palaiseau, France). Study of Bose-Einstein condensation of excitonic particles
      in semiconductors (invited, 30 min)

    3. V. Kocharovsky et al (Texas A&M Univ., USA and Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia).
      On the theory of nonequilibrium Bose-Einstein condensation (invited, 30 min)

    4. D. Roubtsov (McGill Univ., Canada)
      and I. Loutsenko (SISSA/ISAS, Triest, Italy). Bose-Einstein condensation and superfluidity of excitons in semi-conductors (20 min)



11:10 – 11:30



COFFEE BREAK


Saturday, July 10 / afternoon



11:30 – 13:00



TOPICAL SECTIONS 11, 12



TS 12: Mini-Symposium “Large Surface
and Internal Waves in the Ocean”



Chair:

Efim Pelinovsky

  1. L. Ostrovsky (Univ. Colorado, USA
    and Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia).
    Very strong internal solitons in the ocean
    (invited, 30 min)

  2. T.R. Akylas and Ali Tabaei (MIT, USA). Nonlinear internal gravity wave beams (invited, 30 min)

  3. Y. Agnon (Technion, Israel) and P. Madsen (Techn. Univ. Denmark). High order Boussinesq models for water waves (invited, 30 min)




TS 11: Mini-Symposium “Bose-Einstein Condensates”



Chair:

Vitaly Kocharovsky

  1. A. Turlapov et al (Duke Univ., USA). Experiments with a gas of strongly-interacting degenerate Fermi atoms (invited, 30 min)

  2. A. Kamchatnov (Inst. Spectroscopy, RAS, Russia). Solitons and shock waves
    in Bose-Einstein condensate (20 min)

  3. V. Kurin, A. Chiginev, and M. Levitchev (Inst. Phys. Microstructures, RAS, Russia). Dynamic phase transitions
    in lattices of Josephson vortices moving
    in layered superconductors (20 min)

Discussion



12:00



Arrival at Svir’stroy



13:00 – 14:00



LUNCH

14:00 – 16:00



Riverside outings



16:00



Departure from Svir’stroy



16:10 – 16:30



COFFEE BREAK

Saturday, July 10 / evening



16:30 – 19:00



TOPICAL SECTIONS 7, 10, 12



TS 12: Mini-Symposium “Large Surface
and Internal Waves in the Ocean”



Chair:

Lev Ostrovsky

  1. E. Pelinovsky et al (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia). Freak waves: Physical mechanisms and observed data (invited, 30 min)

  2. A. Dyachenko (Landau Inst. Theor. Phys., RAS, Russia). Freak waves and modulation instability (20 min)

  3. S. Badulin et al (Inst. Ocean., RAS, Russia). Self-similar solutions for the Hasselmann equation and experimental scaling of wind-wave spectra (20 min)

  4. A. Kokorina and E. Pelinovsky (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia). Spectra evolution
    of nonlinear random waves within the Korteweg-de Vries model (20 min)

  5. V. Shrira (Keele Univ., UK), V. Voronovich and I. Sazonov (Univ. Cork, Ireland).
    On quasi-stationary internal wave solitons
    (invited, 20 min)

  6. K. Gorshkov (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia). Internal wave soliton interaction in a two-fluid system (invited, 20 min)

  7. T. Talipova et al (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia). Adiabatic propagation of solitary waves on oceanic shelves (numerical simulations) (20 min)

Discussion



TS 10: Mini-Symposium “Quantum Control”



Chair:

Gustav Gerber

  1. O. Sarkisov (Semenov Inst. Chem. Phys., RAS, Russia). Coherent control of intra-molecular processes and chemical reactions (invited, 30 min)

  2. R. Allen (Texas A&M Univ., USA). Response of molecules and materials
    to fast intense laser pulses (invited, 30 min)

  3. K. Kompa (Max-Planck-Inst. Quantum Optics, Germany). Molecular computing: Managing information on the molecular level (invited, 30 min)

  4. A. Fradkov (Inst. Probl. Mech. Eng., RAS, Russia). Cybernetical physics and control of molecular systems (invited, 30 min)

  5. O. Sarkisov, A. Vetchinkin, and S. Umanskii (Semenov Inst. Chem. Phys., RAS, Russia). Models of coherent control of intramolecular vibronic dynamics in simple molecules (20 min)

Discussion



TS 7: Nonlinear and Coherent Phenomena in Quantum Systems



Chair:

Olga Kocharovskaya



  1. E. Polzik (Niels Bohr Inst., Denmark). Entanglement, teleportation and quantum memory via light-atoms interaction
    (invited, 30 min)

  2. J. Nash, C.L. Adler, and F. Narducci (Naval Air Syst. Comm., USA). Studies of non-linear rotation in ultra-cold sodium
    (invited, 30 min)

  3. Ph. Hemmer (Texas A&M Univ., USA). Solid-state quantum processing with electromagnetically induced transparency (invited, 30 min)

  4. V. Arkhipkin and I. Timofeev (Inst. Phys.,
    SB RAS, Russia). Storage and retrieval
    of short intense laser pulses (20 min)

  5. R. Akhmedzhanov, R. Kolesov et al (Inst. Appl. Phys., RAS, Russia and Texas A&M Univ., USA). All-optical magnetic field diagnostics in plasmas based on coherent population trapping (20 min)

  6. R. Kolesov and E. Kuznetsova (Texas A&M Univ., USA). Suppression of excited state absorption in optical crystals (20 min)



19:30 – 20:30



DINNER

21:00 – 22:00



EVENING PROGRAM:

Music concert


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