Particle and Nuclear Physics at all scales, Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology



Tuesday 1. October

(Scientific Center of RAS)

9:00 Registration

Morning session (Chairman Domenec Espriu)
10:00 Opening (SPb city administration, Consul General d’España, D.Espriu, A.Andrianov)

10:20 Alexei Starobinsky
Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics RAS, Moscow
Inflation after Planck results

11:00 Luis Alvarez Gaume
CERN, Geneva
Some comments on supersymmetry and cosmology

11:30 Coffee break

11.50 Valery Rubakov
Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS, Moscow
Can one create a universe in the laboratory?

12:30 Raul Jimenez
ICREA & Institute de Ciencies del Cosmos; Barcelona,
Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS, Moscow
Fundamental Physics from Cosmology

13:10 Dmitry Gorbunov
Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS; Moscow,
Gravity waves from the inflaton clumps

13:40 Lunch

Afternoon session (Chairman Alexandr Andrianov) (Cosmology+ Gravity)

15:00 Iosif B.Khriplovich, A.S.Rudenko
Novosibirsk State University
Gravitational four-fermion interaction and dynamics of the early Universe

15:30 Oriol Pujolas
IFAE and Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
Emergent Lorentz Invariance

16:00 Sergey Sibiryakov
Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS; Moscow,
Cosmological constraints on Lorentz violation in dark matter

16:30 Coffee break

16:50 Domenec Espriu
Universitat de Barcelona
Local measurement of \lambda using pulsar timing arrays

17:20 Alexander Kamenshchik
Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics RAS, Moscow and Universita di Bologna
Soft singularity crossing and transformation of matter properties

18:10 Artyom Astashenok
Baltic Federal University; Kaliningrad,
Confronting dark energy models mimicking LambdaCDM epoch with observational constraints

18:50 End of the Session

19:30 Welcome party (University restaurant)

Wednesday 2.October

Morning session (Chairman Jose Bernabeu) (Peter the Great's Hall SPbSU)

10:00 Maria J. García Borge
CSIC, Madrid; CERN, Geneva
ISOLDE Facility at CERN: highlights and future plans

10:30 Carlos Pajares
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela,
Geometrical scaling in pp,pA,AA and saturation of gluons

11:00 Mikhail Braun
Saint-Petersburg State University
Inclusive gluon production in the effective QCD action approach

11:30 Coffee break

Chairman Mikhail Braun

11:50 Assumpta Parreño
Universitat de Barcelona
Lattice QCD calculations for Nuclear Physics

12:30 Nikolay Krasnikov
Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS, Moscow
Some aspects of statistics at LHC

13:00 Xavier Viñes
Universitat de Barcelona,
Simple effective interaction: Infinite matter and finite nuclei

13:30 Lunch

Afternoon session A (Chairman Carlos Pajares) (Peter the Great's Hall SPbSU) (LHC, QCD et al)

15:00 Francisco Fernandez
Universidad de Salamanca
Molecular Charmonium. A new spectroscopy?

15:30 Grigory Feofilov
St.Petersburg State University
Correlation between mean transfer momentum and multiplicity of charged particles in pp and ppbar collisions: from ISR to LHC

16:00 Alexander Pankov
Gomel University, Bielorussia
Spin determination of new heavy resonances at the LHC

16:20 Coffee break

16:40 Boris Ermolaev
Ioffe Institute for Physics and Technology; St. Petersburg,
Relations between collinear and k_T -factorizations

17:00 Anatoly Kotikov
BLTP, Joint Institute for Nucler Research; Dubna,
Q2-evolution of parton densities at small x values. Combined H1 and ZEUS F2 data

17:20 Vladimir Vechernin
Saint-Petersburg State University;
Correlation between multiplicities in windows separated in azimuth and rapidity

18:10 End of the Session A

Afternoon session B (Chairman Xavier Viñes) (Mendeleev Center SPbSU) (Nuclear Physics)

15:00 Konstantin Gridnev
Saint-Petersburg State University
The new neutron rich nuclei

15:30 Volodymyr Magas
Universitat de Barcelona;
The Kbar N --> K Cascade reaction in coupled channel chiral models up to next-to-leading order

16:00 Mitko Gaidarov
Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy BAS, Bulgaria
Symmetry Energy and Surface Properties of Neutron-Rich Exotic Nuclei
[M. K. Gaidarov, A. N. Antonov (Bulgaria), P. Sarriguren, E. Moya de Guerra (Spain)]

16:30 Coffee break

16:50 Dmitry Gridnev
Saint-Petersburg State University and FIAS, Frankfurt
Argonne potential and multi neutron systems

17:20 Victor Tselyaev
Saint-Petersburg State University
Spurious states and stability condition in the extended RPA theories

17:50 End of the Session B

Thursday 3. October

(Peterhof Campus)

Morning session (Chairman Andrei Slavnov) (Physics Faculty)

10:00 Jose Bernabeu
Universitat de Valencia
Time Reversal Violation For Entangled Neutral Mesons

10:30 Dmitry Kazakov
BLTP, Joint Institute for Nucler Research; Dubna
Search for SUSY: MSSM versus NMSSM and model dependence of the analysis

11:00 Antonio Dobado Gonzalez
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Strongly Interacting Electroweak Symmetry Breaking Sector with a Higgs-like light scalar

11:30 Coffee break; Poster session

12:20 Joan Sola
Universitat de Barcelona
Vacuum energy and cosmological evolution

12:50 Alexander Andrianov
Saint-Petersburg State University
Universal Landau pole

13:10 Vladimir Semenov
Saint Petersburg State University
Buoyancy of relativistic magnetic flux tubes and Penrose process produce jets from Kerr Black Holes

13:30 Lunch and Excursion to the Peterhof

List of Poster presentations (Thursday 3.October, Physics Faculty SPbSU, 11:40-12:30)

Sergei Kolevatov
Saint-Petersburg State University
Boundary filters for vector particles passing parity breaking domains

Anna Yaparova
Immanuel Kant Baltic federal university; Kaliningrad,
Superpotential and U(\phi) Method for Brane and Friedman Cosmology

Igor Altsybeev
Saint-Petersburg State University
Study of forward-backward multiplicity correlations in pp collisions using the MC Toy model

Stepan Sidorov
Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics; JINR Dubna,
New type of N=4 SUSY quantum mechanics

Vladimir Kovalenko
Saint Petersburg State University
Long-range correlations in proton-nucleus collisions in MC model with string fusion

Tatiana Drozhzhova
Saint Petersburg State University
Evaluation of centrality classes based on Glauber Monte-Carlo model in heavy-ion collisions at high energy

Alla Semenova
Petersburg Institute for Nuclear Physics; Saint-Petersburg,
Description of baryons in the framework of composite superconformal string model

Olga Postnova
Saint-Petersburg State University; Saint-Petersburg

Friday 4.October

Morning session (Chairwoman Maria J. Garcia Borge) (Peter the Great's Hall )

10:00 Andrei Slavnov
Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS
Gauge invariant infrared regularization of Yang-Mills theory, valid beyond perturbation theory

10:30 Manuel Asorey
Universidad de Zaragoza
Instabilities of Coulomb phases and quark confinement in QCD

11:00 Jorge Russo
ICREA, Universitat de Barcelona
Large N limit of supersymmetric SU(N) gauge theories from localization

11:30 Coffee break

Chairman Antonio Dobado

11:50 Jose Ramon Pelaez
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Review of Light scalar mesons: from confusion to precision

12:20 Irina Aref'eva
Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS
Holographic description of QGP formation

13:00 Emilio Elizalde
ICE-CSIC and IEEC, Barcelona
On a family of non-local gravity models

13:30 Lunch and walk to the Scientist's Club

Afternoon sessions (Scientist's Club)

Session A (Chairman Alexandr Kamenshchik) (Neutrino et al)

15:00 Manuel Masip
Universidad de Granada
Sterile neutrinos at MiniBooNE and IceCube

15:30 Alberto Gascon
Universidad de Granada;
Recent results from the Pierre Auger Observatory

Session B (Gravity and Branes)

16:00 Andrei A.Grib, Yu.V.Pavlov
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia
Rotating black holes as supercolliders of elementary particles

16:20 Oleg Novikov, Vladimir Andrianov
Saint-Petersburg State University
Thick branes from self-gravitating scalar fields

16:40 Coffee break

Chairwoman Irina Aref’eva

17:00 Pedro Labraña
Universitat de Barcelona & ICC;
Tunneling and The Emergent Universe Scheme

17:20 Alexey Golovnev
Saint-Petersburg State University
Hamiltonian ADM analysis of bimetric and multimetric gravity theories

17:40 Ekaterina Pozdeeva
Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University;
Multiplicity and membranes collision in modified AdS

18:00 Sergey Vernov
SINP, Lomonosov Moscow State University;
Exact cosmological solutions in induced gravity models

18:20 Sergey Afonin
Saint-Petersburg State University
Recent advances in the bottom-up holographic approach

18:40 Anton Sheykin, Sergei Paston
Saint-Petersburg State University
The approach to gravity as a theory of embedded surface

19:00 End of Sessions A and B

Session C (Chairman Manuel Asorey) (QFT, SUSY et al)

15:00 Alexander Gorsky
Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics; Moscow
Baryon as dyonic instanton

15:30 Evgeny Ivanov
Bogolyubov Laboratory for Theoretical Physics, JINR; Dubna,
New approach to duality-invariant nonlinear electrodynamics

16:00 Jose-Joaquin Sanchez-Guillen
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
BPS solitons from vol-preserving-diff symmetries and their applications in nuclear, hadronic and astrophysics

16:30 Coffee break

16:50 Alexei Yung
Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Gatchina
Seiberg's duality and N=2 SQCD

17:10 Juan Mateos Guilarte
Universidad de Salamanca
False vacua, tunnel determinants, zeta functions

17:30 Valery Marachevsky
Saint-Petersburg State University
Local probing of Casimir-Polder interaction

17:50 Jose M. Muñoz Castañeda
Universitaet Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany
Quantum field theory over bounded domains

18:10 Yury Pis'mak
Saint-Petersburg State University
Chern-Simons potential in models of Casimir effect

18:30 End of the Session C

19:00 Round table (Summary and perspectives)
(Discussion leaders: V.Rubakov, L.Alvarez Gaume, A. Andrianov, D.Espriu, I.Aref’eva, J.Bernabeu, ...)
20:00 Conference dinner



Supported by:
St. Petersburg Government, comittee of international relations
St. Petersburg Government, comittee of international relations

St. Petersburg Government, comittee of international relations
St. Petersburg Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences
Dynasty Foundation
Russian Foundation for Basic Research