Workshop "New Trends in Mathematical Physics"
(November 9–December 11, 2020, online)

"New Trends in Mathematical Physics" is a thematic program devoted to actively developing branches of mathematical physics, in particular, theory of open quantum systems, mathematical structures arising in quantum theory, general relativity, PDE, geometric theory of defects. The program is aimed at the collaboration of specialists working in various fields of mathematical physics. The program consists of: a four-weak workshop, which includes joint scientific work and seminars (November 9–20 and November 30–December 11) and a one-week International Conference on Mathematical Physics in Memory of Academician V.S. Vladimirov (November 23–27).

Subjects of the program:

  • Open quantum systems. Stochastic limit and related topics
  • p-adic mathematical physics
  • Geometrical theory of defects
  • Equations of mathematical physics
  • Dynamics and singularities. Black holes and cosmology. Modified gravity
  • Mathematical structures emerging in quantum theories

The workshop will be online on the Zoom platform.








Program Committee
Volovich Igor Vasil'evich (Chairman)
Accardi Luigi
Aref'eva Irina Yaroslavna
Dragovich Branko
Kerner Richard
Watanabe Noboru
Zagrebnov Valentin Anatol'evich

Organizing Committee
Volovich Igor Vasil'evich (Chairman)
Inozemcev Oleg Valerievich (Scientific Secretary)
Katanaev Mikhail Orionovich
Kozyrev Sergei Vladimirovich
Pechen Alexander Nikolaevich
Sakbaev Vsevolod Zhanovich
Trushechkin Anton Sergeevich

Steklov International Mathematical Center
Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Workshop "New Trends in Mathematical Physics", November 9–December 11, 2020

November 9, 2020 (Mon)
1. Note on complexity for the quantum compound systems
Noboru Watanabe
November 9, 2020 16:00–17:00, online

November 10, 2020 (Tue)
2. How faithfully the evolution of composite open quantum systems can be modeled?
Antonio Vidiella-Barranco
November 10, 2020 16:00–17:00, online

November 11, 2020 (Wed)
3. Genome as a functional program
Sergey Kozyrev
November 11, 2020 16:00–17:00, online

November 12, 2020 (Thu)
4. Dynamics of quantum states generated by Schrodinger equation admitting blow up phenomenon
Vsevolod Sakbaev
November 12, 2020 16:00–17:00, online

November 13, 2020 (Fri)
5. Universal Spectra of Random Lindblad Operators
Dariusz Chruściński
November 13, 2020 16:00–17:00, online

November 16, 2020 (Mon)
6. The n-dimensional quadratic Heisenberg algebra as a “non-commutative” $sl(2, C)$
Luigi Accardi
November 16, 2020 16:00–17:00, online
7. Structure of Classical Mathematical Physics as new Project and new Journal
Vadim Malyshev
November 16, 2020 17:00–18:00, online

November 17, 2020 (Tue)
8. Reduced quantum dynamics in all orders of perturbation theory with Bogolubov-van Hove scaling
Alexander Teretenkov
November 17, 2020 16:00–16:20, online
9. Global properties of spherically symmetric solutions in General Relativity with an Electromagnetic field and a Cosmological Constant
Daniel Afanasev
November 17, 2020 16:25–16:45, online
10. On formulation of the Eigenstate Thermalization Hypothesis
Oleg Inozemcev
November 17, 2020 16:50–17:10, online

November 18, 2020 (Wed)
11. Quantum-like models: decision making and social laser
Andrei Khrennikov
November 18, 2020 16:00–17:00, online
12. Symmetry and block structure of the Liouvillian superoperator in partial secular approximation
Marco Cattaneo
November 18, 2020 17:00–18:00, online
13. Relativistic Brownian motion. 1
Andrey Mikhailov
November 18, 2020 18:00–18:20, online
14. Relativistic Brownian motion. 2
Edward Kurianovich
November 18, 2020 18:25–18:45, online

November 19, 2020 (Thu)
15. Mathematical methods of quantum cryptography
Anton Trushechkin
November 19, 2020 16:00–17:00, online
16. Equilibrium quantum batteries and their nonequilibrium operations
Felipe Barra
November 19, 2020 17:00–18:00, online

November 20, 2020 (Fri)
17. On classical capacity of quantum Weyl channels
Grigori Amosov
November 20, 2020 16:00–17:00, online
18. Partial spectral flow and the Aharonov–Bohm effect in graphene
Vladimir Nazaikinskii
November 20, 2020 17:00–18:00, online
19. Spin-Locality and Star-Product Functions in Higher-Spin Theory
Mikhail Vasiliev
November 20, 2020 18:00–19:00, online
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