Конференции

  • Конференция «Теория представлений и математическая физика», посвященная памяти П.П. Кулиша, Санкт-Петербург, 23-27 мая 2016. Подробнее здесь.
  • Ежегодная международная конференция «Дни Дифракции», Санкт-Петербург, 27 июня – 1 июля 2016. Подробнее здесь и здесь.
  • Международная Санкт-Петербургская конференция по спектральной теории, посвященная памяти М.С.Бирмана, Санкт-Петербург, 3-6 июля 2017. Подробнее здесь и здесь.
  • OTAMP conference, Санкт-Петербург, 2-7 августа 2016. Подробнее здесь и здесь.
  • Summer School: Various aspects of mathematical physics, Санкт-Петербург, 8-11 августа 2016. Подробнее здесь и здесь.

Математическая школа в Майнце

С 4 по 15 сентября 2016 г. в Университете Гутенберга (Майнц, Германия) проводилась совместная Германо-российско-украинская летняя школа «Spectral Theory, Differential Equations and Probability».

Организация и проведение Школы было поддержано грантом volkswagenstiftung (Фольксваген).

Организаторы:

  • Вадим Кострыкин (Университет Гутенберга, Майнц, Германия),
  • Татьяна Суслина (СПбГУ, Санкт-Петербург, Россия),
  • Леонид Пастур (ФТИНТ, Харьков, Украина).

В Школе приняли участие 13 сотрудников, аспирантов и студентов кафедры (включая 7 молодых участников).

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Operator Theory, Analysis and Mathematical Physics

August 2-7, 2016

Euler International Mathematical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia

OTAMP conferences are organized every second year since 2002. They were held in 2002 ,2004 (Bedlewo, Poland), 2006 (Lund, Sweden), 2008, 2010 (Bedlewo, Poland), 2012 (Barcelona, Spain), 2014 (Stockholm, Sweden).

The next OTAMP conference will be held at the Euler International Mathematical Institute at Saint Petersburg.
The Petersburg Mathematical School in Analysis, Differential Equations, Mathematical Physics and Probability is well-known in the mathematical world for last two centuries.

The scope and the aim of the conference is to bring together specialists, working in the various fields of mathematical physics and pure mathematics both, especially working in analysis and its applications in order to arrange exchange of ideas, new results and help in the future and already existing collaborations.

It will be organized by the Euler International Mathematical Institute, Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS (St.Petersburg Department) and the Saint Petersburg State University.

The conference is followed by the Summer School: «Various Aspects of Mathematical Physics» for young mathematicians to be held at the Euler International Mathematical Institute, August 8-11.

The conference is supported by the Russian Science Foundation ,grant No 15-11-30007.

 

Special Sessions:

  • Spectral Theory of selfadjoint partial differential operators.
  •  Jacobi matrices, CMV matrices and orthogonal polynomials.
  • Random and quasiperiodic operators. Models from the Quantum Fields theory.
  • Analysis on quantum graphs.
  • Non-selfadjoint operators and their spectral analysis. 

Conference organizers:

  • J.Janas (Krakow )
  • E.Korotyaev (St.Petersburg)
  • P.Kurasov (Stockholm)
  • A.Laptev (London/Stockholm)
  • S.Naboko (St.Petersburg)

Advisory Board:

  • B.Pavlov (Auckland/St.Petersburg)
  • B.Simon (Pasadena)
  • G.Stolz (Birmingham,USA)

Local Committee:

  • N.Sharkova
  • A.Tsiganov

The preliminary list of Invited Speakers includes:

  • J.Berndt (Graz)
  • M.Brown (Cardiff)
  • H.Langer (Vienna)
  • M.Marletta (Cardiff)
  • C.Tretter (Bern)
  • A.Shkalikov (Moscow)
  • I.Veselic (Chemnitz)

The registration fee including the banquet, boat trip, coffee breaks, the conference materials and daily lunches is 250 euros.

If you have any questions please contact Sergey Naboko at: sergey.naboko at gmail.com
or the Euler Institute administration.

Summer School: Various aspects of mathematical physics

August 8-11, 2016

Euler International Mathematical Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia

The School is organized by the Euler International Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a branch of Steklov Mathematical Institute RAN, Saint Petersburg, Russia. and Saint-Petersburg State University, Universitetskaya nab. 7/9, on August 8-11, 2016 and supported by RSF grant No 15-11-30007.

The instructors of the School include some of the leading international experts who are able to give exciting presentations to young scientists and university students. There is a limited number of grants that would provide financial support for accommodations and travelling expenses.

Application including a short CV should be sent to Prof. Korotyaev by May 1, 2016.

Conference board:

1. Chairman
E.Korotyaev, (St. Petersburg),

2. Organizers:
A. Laptev (London),
S. Naboko (St. Petersburg),
A. Tsiganov (St. Petersburg),

Speakers (tentative list)

  • Maria Esteban (France)
  • Rupert Frank (USA)
  • Hiroshi Isozaki (Japan)
  • Sergei Kuksin (France)
  • Ari Laptev (Sweden)
  • Michael Loss (USA)
  • Stas Smirnov (Switzerland-Russia)
  • Jacob Moller (Denmark)
  • Taimanov Iskander (Russia)
  • Shirokov Nikolai (Russia)
  • Saburova Natalia (Russia)
  • Anton Baranov (Russia)
  • Dmitry Chelkak (Russia)
  • Sergei Dobrohotov (Russia)
  • Andrey Mironov (Russia)
  • Tatyana Suslina (Russia)
  • Evgeny Korotyaev (Russia)
  • Andrey Tsiganov (Russia)
  • Sergey Naboko (Russia)

St. Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory dedicated to the memory of M.Sh.Birman

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Annual St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory
dedicated to the memory of M.Sh.Birman

The conference is devoted to the spectral theory, one of the most important fields of the modern mathematical physics, a field having numerous applications both in fundamental and in applied modern physics and mathematics. The spectral theory is one of the areas where the Saint Petersburg mathematical school is traditionally strong. Saint Petersburg State University was one of the places where the spectral theory was being created and developed. The names of professors Ludwig Faddeev (academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Mikhail Birman and Vladimir Buslaev are among the names of the world-known leaders in the field.

Now, the conference is a unique high level annual international conference in spectral theory taking place at the territory of the former USSR. The range of topics is very wide. Traditionally, there are talks devoted to the general operator theory, spectral theory of differential and difference operators, scattering theory, inverse problems, periodic and ergodic operators, asymptotic methods and applications to the modern quantum physics, classical mathematical physics and wave propagation theory. There are also talks devoted to interesting general analytic problems.

The conference takes place at the Euler International Mathematical Institute in the beginning of July, its duration is 4-5 days. Usually we organize about 18-22 50-minutes talks and a young scientist’s section.

Program committee:

  • Alexander Fedotov (St. Petersburg State University),
  • Nikolai Filonov (Steklov Institute, St. Petersburg),
  • Alexander Sobolev (University College London),
  • Tatiana Suslina (St. Petersburg State University),
  • Dmitri Yafaev (University of Rennes 1)

Organizing committee includes also

  • Ilya Kachkovskiy (University of California, Irvine),
  • Nadya Zalesskaya (Euler Institute),
  • Tatiana Vinogradova (Euler Institute),
  • Nataliya Sharkova (St. Petersburg State University).

The conference usually is supported by RFBR, Chebyshev Laboratory, St. Petersburg State University, FANO

8th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory
dedicated to the memory of M.Sh.Birman

Preliminary list of speakers includes:

Young Scientists Session: TBA

*= to be confirmed

Enquiries: specth@googlemail.com
Organisers: 
Alexander Fedotov (St.Petersburg State University)
Nikolai Filonov (Steklov Institute, St.Petersburg)
Alexander Sobolev (University College London)
Tatiana Suslina (St.Petersburg State University)
Dmitri Yafaev (University of Rennes 1)

Previous meetings: 
3-7 August 2009 
12-16 July 2010 
1-6 July 2011 
2-6 July 2012 
2-6 July 2013 
3-8 July 2014 
3-6 July 2015 

Annual international conference

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Annual international conference «Days on Diffraction»

The conference «Days on Diffraction» is a representative international forum that mirrors the up-to-date state-of-the-art in the theory of diffraction and wave propagation and related mathematical topics. It is the only annual conference of this kind held in the Russian Federation. The conference serves as the progress in the fundamental research in wave physics and the corresponding areas of mathematics such as mathematical problems of diffraction and wave propagation theory; boundary-value contact problems arising in acoustics and electrodynamics; propagation of waves in inhomogeneous, stochastic, and composite media; wave phenomena in meta-materials and nano-structures; theory of wave-guides and resonators; numerical methods; nonlinear waves. During the past few years several new topics were added, namely: water waves; homogenization; spectral theory of operators; wavelet analysis. The participants come from all over the world.

 There are always many university students and postgraduate students giving talks at the conference, they present results of their research and publish them in the proceedings of the conference. The conference attracts young scientists to the reasearch.

Usually, the conference takes place in the beginning of each summer. It lasts five days, and there are plenary, sectional, and poster sessions.

The «Days on Diffraction» have been held since 1968.

Organizing Committee

  • Prof Vasilii Babich, chairman (PDMI, St.Petersburg, Russia)
  • Prof Natalya Kirpichnikova, secretary (PDMI, St.Petersburg, Russia)
  • Prof Vladimir Troyan (St.Petersburg State University)
  • Ms Tatiana Vinogradova, visa support (PDMI, St.Petersburg, Russia)
  • Ms Nadia Zalesskaya, accomodation (PDMI, St.Petersburg, Russia)
  • Prof Ivan Andronov (St.Petersburg State University)
  • Prof Pavel Belov (ITMO University, St.Petersburg, Russia)
  • Prof Natalya Kirpichnikova (PDMI, St.Petersburg, Russia)
  • Prof. Mikhail Lyalinov (St.Petersburg State University)
  • Ass.prof Maria Perel (St.Petersburg State University)
  • Prof Aleksander Samsonov (Ioffe Phys-tech Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia)
  • Prof Valery Smyshlyaev (University College London, UK)
  • Prof R Stone (IEEE, USA)
  • Prof Ningyan Zhu (Stuttgart University, Germany)

The conference organizers are now as follows: St. Petersburg State Univerity and Chebyshev Laboratory, Russian Foundation for Basic Research, St. Petersburg Division of V.A. Steklov Institute of Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the ITMO University.

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Конференция «The Mathematics of Quantum Disordered Systems»

С 15 по 19 декабря включительно  в Международном Математическом институте им. Эйлера (Песочная наб., д. 10) будет проходить конференция «The Mathematics of Quantum Disordered Systems».

Подробную информацию о конференции, докладчиках и докладах и программу
конференции можно найти на странице
http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/EIMI/2014/QDS/index.html

Hamiltonian systems and their applications

This conference will be held at the Euler International Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Branch Of Steklov Mathematical Institute RAN, Saint Petersburg, Russia, on June 3-8, 2015 (http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/EIMI/).

The conference is organized  by Euler International Mathematical
Institute (Pesochnaya nab. 10), the St. Petersburg Branch of
Steklov Mathematical Institute (Fontanka 27)
and Laboratory of Geometric Control Theory of Sobolev Institute of
Mathematics, Novosibirsk.

Conference board:

Chairman
  • E.Korotyaev (St. Petersburg),
Organizers:
  • A. Agrachev (Triest),
  • W.Craig (Hamilton),
  • H.Eliasson (Paris),
  • S.Kuksin (Paris),
  • D.Treschev (Moskow)

Sections:

  1. Hamiltonian PDEs (mostly in finite volume), including the KAM-theory;
    the Euler equation, normal forms.
  2. Recent developments in finite-dimensional systems, including the instability , the long-time behaviour, KAM theory.
  3. Hamiltonian methods in mathematical physics
  4. Hamiltonian methods in geometry and control
  5. YOUNG SCIENTISTS SECTION Читать далее

Inverse problems and Related Topics

This conference will be held at the Euler International Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.Petersburg Branch Of Steklov Mathematical Institute RAN, Russia, on 18-22 August, 2014 (http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/EIMI/).

Conference board:

Co-chairmen:

  • Alexander Kachalov(kachalov@pdmi.ras.ru)
  • Evgeni Korotyaev(korotyaev@gmail.ru)
    Members

  • Sergey Ivanov (svivanov@pdmi.ras.ru)
  • Hiroshi Isozaki( isozakih@math.tsukuba.ac.jp)
  • Sergey Kuksin (s.b.kuksin@ma.hw.uk)
  • Yaroslav Kurylev (Y.Kurylev@ucl.ac.uk)
  • Lassi Paivarinta (Lassi.Paivarinta@rni.helsinki.fi) Читать далее