From 6 to 10 October 2020, the 6th International Scientific School-Conference of Young Scientists “Catalysis: from Science to Industry” will be held at Tomsk State University in the distance format. The School-Conference has been held since 2011 by the TSU Laboratory of Catalytic Research as a regular event dedicated to current trends in fundamental and applied catalysis.
The school's topics cover the scientific foundations of catalyst preparation and mechanisms, kinetics and modeling of catalytic reactions, and promising areas for the development of catalysis and implementation of catalytic processes.
As part of the conference, the Russian Science Foundation school “New Catalysts and Catalytic Processes for Solving the Problems of Environmentally Friendly and Resource-Saving Energy” was organized. Participants will discuss, among other things, the processing of biorenewable raw materials and the processes of neutralization of emissions from chemical industries and energy.
The scientific program of the School-Conference includes lectures by leading scientists, in particular:
Leonarda F. Liotta, Instituto per Lo Studio dei Materiali Nanostrutturati, CNR, Palermo, Italia, “Ni/CeO2-based catalysts for CO2 methanation reaction: Insights into promotion effects”,
Evgeny Pidko, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, “Operando computational modeling of catalytic systems”,
Andrey Karpov, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany, “Catalysts for a Sustainable Future”.
The events of the School-Conference will be held in English.
Fluorescence spectroscopy of molecules and organic metal complexes
Multiphoton microscopy and machine learning of biosystem. Visualization of biological tissues
Interaction-induced electric properties of the van der Waals complexes
Photonics. Photophysical properties. The rate constants of radiative and radiationless electronic transitions
The school is organized jointly by UiT The Arctic University of Norway, University of Oslo (Norway), St. Petersburg University (Russia), Tomsk State University (Russia) and financially supported by the joint Norwegian-Russian scientific and educational project Optical Probe Sensors at Biological Environments (OPS@BE) for undergraduate and graduate students and young researchers.
No registration fee
Registration deadline: January 15th, 2020.
Registration form to be sent to: email@example.com (Prof. Olga Tchaikovskaya)
A limited number of travel grants are available for undergraduate and graduate students from Europe. To apply for financial support please send a motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org (Prof. Kenneth Ruud). The application deadline for financial support: December 31th, 2019
Prof. Kenneth Ruud, +47 90098353, email@example.com
Prof. Olga Tchaikovskaya, +7 9059923299, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vladimir Pomogaev, +7 96709514030, email@example.com
International Centre for Research into Human Development invites students, PhD students and faculty members to attend an invited lecture “Nodding Off: Sleep and psychopathology” by Professor Alice Gregory (Psychology Department, Goldsmiths, University of London) on September 11, 2019.
Sleep consumes a third of our lives, but we tend to only think about it when it is proving problematic. During the first half of the lecture background information will be provided about sleep. This will include information about what happens when we nod off, the functions of sleep and how much sleep we need. The second half of the lecture will focus on Professor Gregory’s main research area: the links between sleep and psychopathology. There will be a particular emphasis on the associations between the way we sleep and symptoms of anxiety and depression and the mechanisms underlying these associations.
The open lecture is given within the programme of academic mobility Erasmus+ between Goldsmths, University of London, and Tomsk State University.
Date and venue: September 11, 2019 from 16 35 to 18 10; TSU building 4, room 022.
Biog.: Alice Gregory first developed an interest in sleep research as a BA student of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford after watching a lecturer give a terrific talk on the topic. Following the completion of her degree, she studied in Japan for a year collecting cross-cultural data for her first publication in the field of sleep research. Upon her return she commenced her PhD at the Institute of Psychiatry using epidemiological and twin samples to learn more about the associations between sleep disturbances, anxiety and depression concurrently and longitudinally. Alice is now a professor at Goldsmiths, University of London. She has published over 100 papers and chapters, mainly focusing on sleep or associated traits. Her first book: Nodding Off: Sleep from Cradle to Grave was published by Bloomsbury in June 2018 and her second The Sleepy Pebble and Other Stories will be published by Flying Eye books next month.
The international Centre for Research in Human Development, The Accessible Genetics Consortiom and the Institute of Law and Ethics invite to take part in the International Conference: "International Conference: Justice in the Genomic and Digital Era".
Date: September 6, 2019
Location: Tomsk State University
We are 20 years into the genomic era. The unprecedented progress in genetics internationally has brought numerous legal and ethical implications for individuals and society. Genetic findings are already widely used in medicine and are increasingly applied to other spheres, such as crime prevention, and educational and career selection. To protect individuals and science, updates to relevant laws are essential. To date, little progress has been made in regulating use of genetic information. Genetic science is complex, with research involving private and state sectors globally. Therefore, multidisciplinary and international efforts are required to achieve effective protection. This conference aims to bring together specialist in genetics, law and other disciplines to raise awareness of legal and ethical concerns and to promote progress in updating the legal protection.
More information is on the conference page: lesig.eventbrite.com
The main ideological inspirer of this event is Dr. Richard Ernst (Carleton University, Canada) - the author of over a hundred articles in leading scientific journals, head of the international council for the study of major ignorant provinces, head of the TSU Laboratory of Geochronology and Geodynamics.
Read more: http://en.tsu.ru/news/large-igneous-provinces-through-earth-history-conference-at-tsu/
We plan to consider issues related to the technology for creating, physicochemical studying and chemical analytical controlling of properties of substances, materials and objects of the environment, with friend-to-ecology and resource-saving methods for processing of natural and synthetic raw materials.
We are going to organize a competition of scientific reports of young scientists in the framework of the conference.
- Physical and chemical laws of creation and modification of multifunctional materials
- Achievements in the field of producing, studying the properties of organic and inorganic substances and materials
- High performance and resource saving methods for processing of natural and synthetic raw materials
- Chemical-analytical control and monitoring of substances, materials and objects in the environment
Address: 634050, Russia, Tomsk, 36, Lenin Avenue, National Research Tomsk State University, Chemistry Department, the Organizing Committee of the conference «Multifunctional chemical materials and technologies».
Tel./Fax: (3822) 423944
Executive Secretary: Associate Professor of Inorganic Chemistry Department of National Research Tomsk State University Liudmila N. Mishenina.
- Historical and philological aspects of the Slavic languages
- Language contacts
- Sociolinguistic studies in the Slavic languages
- Slavic languages in the light of new research paradigms
- Subsession A. Cognitive studies
- Subsession B. Discourse studies
Conference languages are Russian, English, and all Slavic languages.
Registration for participants is open up to April 1, 2019 at the conference site (http://conference.tsu.ru/slavlang). Deadline for abstract submission is April 10, 2019. Abstracts should not exceed 2 500 – 3 000 characters including spaces.
Online participation (via Skype) is also possible.
Abstracts will be selected by the Program Committee after review. Notification of acceptance will be sent before April 16, 2019.
Organizing Committee Address: Russia, 634050, Tomsk, Lenina 36.
Conference site: http://conference.tsu.ru/slavlang/en/
Contacts: Anastasia Bylina (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please state "Slavic Languages Conference" as Subject.
Tel.: +7 (3822) 534 899.
Physics: condensed matter physics; surface physics; accelerator physics; hydrogen energetic; geophysics; modeling of physical processes
Chemistry: synthesis and properties of functional materials; physicochemical analysis methods for materials; nanomaterials; ecology; organic synthesis; catalysis and petrochemistry
Mathematics: mathematical modeling and data analysis; mathematical methods in physics, chemistry, biophysics, biology, economics, medicine, psychology; mathematical logic and its applications; computational mathematics; differential equations; machine learning
Biology and Fundamental Medicine: anatomy and physiology (including pathological states); immunology; neurology and psychiatry; cell biology and histology; genetics; biochemistry and molecular biology; microbiology and virology; biophysics; biotechnologies; bioengineering; pharmacology and pharmacognosy; cybernetics and bioinformatics; biomaterials: in vitro and in vivo studies
Economics and Management: digital economics; institutional and industrial economics; innovation policy and entrepreneurship; tax policy and regulation; finance; money circulation and credit; accounting, analysis and audit; statistics; management, labor economics; mathematical and data methods in economics, management and business; development of state and municipal management system, multidisciplinary economic researches; international economic relations
Construction and Architecture: construction method; construction materials, products and constructions; nanotechnologies in construction; electrotechnics and electromechanics; engineering science and mechanics; engineering geology; architectural design technique; history and theory of architecture; restoration and reconstruction of architectural heritage; design of architectural environment
Within the framework of the session, the Contest of Architectural Projects "Red lines"will be organized in the following following categories:
- "Private House"
- "Architectural Environment Design"
- "Architecture and Urban Planning"
- "Second Life of Historical Buildings"
Information Technologies and Electronics: intelligent control systems; automated data processing and control systems; information security; nanoelectronics; production and research of nanomaterials; optoelectronics and nanophotonics; plasma emission electronics; intelligent power electronics; microwave electronics; systems of radiolocation, TV, radio, radiometry and wave propagation of radio frequency and acoustic bands; pulse and radio frequency measurements
Form of participation in the conference: oral presentation.
Working languages of the conference are Russian, English, German and French.
Conference proceedings will be posted on the conference website as an electronic collection and included in RSCI. Any paper accepted for presentation, which is not presented at the conference, will be excluded from the proceedings.
The best paper contest will be held in each session. A separate competition for the best report made in a foreign language will be held.
Contacts and other information: http://conf-prfn.org/Default_en.aspx
On February 6, at a ceremonial meeting of the scientific community in the conference hall of the Research Library, an exhibition of lifetime editions of the Dmitry Mendeleev, great Russian scientist, honorary member of Imperial Tomsk University, will be opened.
- This is a gift to the university community at once on several significant and memorable dates, - said Artyom Vasilyev, head of the Department of Manuscripts and Book Monuments of the TSU Research Library. – On February 8, we will celebrate the Day of Russian Science and the 185th anniversary of the birth of Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev. The year 2019 also was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly as the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements in honor of the 150thanniversary of the discovery of the Periodic System by Dmitry Mendeleev in 1869.
More about the exhibition: http://en.tsu.ru/news/an-exhibition-of-intravitam-mendeleev-works-will-open-at-tsu-/
Venue: Tomsk State University, 634050, Lenina ave. 36, Tomsk, Russian Federation.
- Tomsk State University
- Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
- V.A. Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences.
– to discuss the latest research and hands-on results in the field of information technologies and mathematical modelling;
– to integrate scientific knowledge and practice;
– to define important advanced long-term directions of scientific research and practical developments;
– to enhance the role of higher educational institutions and scientific research organizations in establishing educational environment.
The scientific program of IТММ includes:
– plenary sessions;
– parallel thematic sessions;
– round-table discussion.
The Conference will be held in conjuction with 12th International Workshop on Retrial Queues and Related Topics (WRQ 2018). For more information look at WRQ homepage.
The Conference also includes School for young scientists with lectures of leading specialists and scientists in information technologies and mathematical modeling.
Working languages: Russian and English.
Conference Web-site: http://itmmconf.ru/
March 15 – April 30, 2018 Registration and uploading submissions
Up to May 31, 2018 Reviewing process
June 15, 2018 Camera-ready submissions
September 10, 2018 Arrivals day
September 11-14, 2018 Sessions
September 15, 2018 Departures day
Registration fee is equal to 150 Euro. If you plan to participate in both events (ITMM and WRQ), you may pay only one registration fee.
Information about how to make the payment will be presented later (nearby April 15, 2018).
- Nanoscience and nanotechnologies (including medicine, pharmaceutics and metallurgy)
- Dual-purpose chemical substances and medico-biologic materials
- 3D technologies
- Scientific provision of solutions to antiterrorism problems
- Development of HEMs, their features, diagnostics and combustion
- Demilitarization / utilization / environmental safety of energetic systems
- Special materials
- Rocket motors for space systems, gas generators
Key dates1 April 2018 – Registration until
15 May 2018 – Abstract submission deadline
1 June 2018 – Conference fee until
The official language of the conference is English.
On July 9–11, 2018 Tomsk State University invites to participate in International Scientific Conference "Robust Statistics and Financial Mathematics-2018".
The purpose of the conference is to present the modern results on adaptive robust statistical methods and methods of stochastic optimal control. The lectures on the modern stochastic analysis and its applications will be done. The proceedings of the conference will be indexed at the eLIBRARY.RU.
Methods of robust mathematical statistics and their applications
Methods of quantitative finance and applications
Modern methods of stochastic analysis and their applications