The detailed lecture schedule is available as or file.
- July 28, Tuesday
10:00 School-conference opening
11:30 N.Russakovich, JINR: Status & Plans.
12:15 O.Rogachevsky, NICA project at JINR.
15:00 S.Harkusha, Yu.Kulchickii, Yu.Kurochkin, N.Russakovich, Partons as coherent states of the excites of hadrons and some peculiarities of multi particle production.
15:45 O.D.Skoromnik, I.D.Feranchuk, D.V.Lu, C.H.Keitel, Regularization of ultraviolet divergence in a model of a particle interacting with a scalar quantum field.
17:00 E.Velicheva, Interwining of exactly solvable generalized Schredinger equations.
17:40 S.Sytova, Chaos in radiation of charged particles moving in multidimensional spatially-periodic structures.
- July 29, Wednesday
09:00 L.Benucci, An Overview of CMS Experiment.
09:45 A.Pankov, Precise determination of Z-Z' mixing at the LHC.
11:00 A.Kisselev, Generalized solution for metric in Randall-Sundrum scenario.
11:50 V.Kuvshinov, Colour States Behaiviour in the QCD Vacuum.
15:00 S.Movchan, Status of TPC for MPD experiment at NICA collider.
15:30 S.Tyutyunnikov, High-tech zone on the basis of the accelerator complex NICA.
16:00 S.Sedykh, Project of Microwave physics center in Joint institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna.
17:00 A.Zhuk, Problematic aspects of extra dimensions.
17:30 A.Silenko, New properies of conformal transformations for scalar and Dirac particles in Riemannian and Riemann-Cartan spacetimes.
- July 30, Thursday
09:00 L.Benucci, Making Physics with CMS Experiment.
09:45 E.Kokoulina, Multiparticle production study.
11:30 V.Skalozub, Observables for model-independent detection of heavy Z' gauge boson at ILC.
11:30 V.Baryshevsky, The phenomena of spin rotation and depolarization of high-energy particles in bent and straight crystals at Hadron Collider (LHC) and Future Circular Collider (FCC) energies and the possibility to measure the anomalous magnetic moments of short-lived particles (charm and beauty baryons).
12:15 M.Galynskii, Alternative way to understand the unexpected results of the JLab polarization experiments to measure the Sachs form factors ratio.
15:00 A.Shalyt-Margolin, Minimal Length in Quantum Theory and Gravity and Measurability.
15:50 A.Serdyukov, Gravitational background in cyclic Universe.
17:00 M.Levchuk, On possible inconsistency of data on the total photoabsorption cross section for the deuteron in the \Delta region.
17:30 L.Babichev, Multiplicity Fluctuations as a Signature of First-Order Quark-Gluon Plasma > Hadrons Phase Transitions in Heavy Ion Collisions.
17:50 M.Sergeenko, The potential quark model in theory of resonances.
- July 31, Friday
09:00 N.Kuchinskiy, N.Kravchuk, Precision Investigation of Rare and Forbidden Decays of pions and muons.
09:30 E.Timoshin, S.Timoshin, The deep inelastic scattering on the polarized nucleon at collider EIC.
10:00 V.Andreev, Calculation of Feynman diagrams by the method of basis spinors.
11:00 V.Andreev, O.Deryuzhkova, N.Maksimenko, A spin-dependent dipole polarizabilities and characteristics of the nucleon, related with parity violation.
11:25 A.Babich, Experimental signatures of Gauge-Higgs Unification models.
12:00 V.Kapshai, Yu.Grishechkin, Resonance states of relativistic two-particle systems.
12:25 E.Vakulina, Spin polarizability and gyration particles with spin one formalism Duffin-Kemmer-Petiau.
15:00 S.Shmatov, New Physics with the CMS Experiment at LHC.
15:45 V.Gilewsky, Neutrino and nuclear reactor.
17:00 A.Khrutchinsky, S.Kuten, Application of variations calculus methods for optimization of time-of-flight neutron spectrometer characteristics.
17:20 K.Batrakov, Electromagnetic properties of graphene films and their applications.
18:00 E.Efimova, Study of structure cobaltite with method of X-ray spectroscopy.
- August 3, Monday
09:00 L.Jenkovszky, Diffraction at the LHC.
09:50 D.Shoukavy, Belarus activity in COMET experiment (ppt).
11:00 A.Sidorov, O.Solovtsova, Structure function xF3 in the analytic approach and inverse Mellin transform.
11:25 A.Pankov, I.Serenkova, A.Tsytrinov, V.Bednyakov, Identification of direct and indirect effects of extra spatial dimensions at the LHC
11:55 Yu.Bystritskiy, Large relative phase between strong and electromagnetic contributions in charmonium psi(3770) production at BES.
12:20 V.Zykunov, Hard photons in MOLLER experiment.
15:00 A.Hrynevich, Inclusive jet and three-jet cross section measurements in proton-proton collision data at 7 TeV using ATLAS detector
15:30 V.Yermolchyk, Y.Dydyshka, A technique for matching hard radiation in higher order Monte Carlo event generators
15:50 Y.Dydyshka, Some NNLO contributions to exclusive Drell-Yan cross-section
16:10 V.Makarenko, Some background processes in CLIC experiment
17:00 Yu.Chernichenko, Form factor of the relativistic two-particle system in the relativistic quasipotential approach: the case of arbitrary masses and vector current.
17:40 K.Babich, V.Andreev, The numerical solution of relativistic bound state problem in momentum space.
18:00 A.Sery, Corrections to the formula for the angle of Compton rotation in strong magnetic field.
18:20 A.Baran, Exact solution to the Schroedinger equation for parabolic double-well potential.
- August 4, Tuesday
09:00 X.Chen, Higgs (Part 1):Overview of Higgs results from ATLAS Run 1.
09:45 M.Pandurovic, Precision Higgs physics at Compact Linear Collider.
11:00 O.Boyarkin, On probing Higgs couplings in H -> Ze+e- and e+e- -> ZH.
11:50 M.Savina, TeV scale gravity and field theory (Part 1).
15:00 V.Tikhomirov, A.Lobko, On the influence of the scintillating crystal structure on the performance of homogeneous electromagnetic calorimeters.
15:35 A.Lobko, Radiation modification of polymer nanocomposites.
16:00 I.Emeliantchik, Excess radiation damage of CMS Endcap hadron calorimeter and "Finger" structure of tiles as a possible method of radiation hardness increasing.
17:00 Yu.M.Pleskachevsky, M.A.Zhuravkov, The mechanics of deformation and destruction of elastic bodies by low-amplitude impulses.
17:40 S.Savitskiy, Enterprises of Belarus in the field of design and production of scientific and technological research for the purpose of physical research.
18:00 A.Drapezo, V.Prokoshin, S.Savitskiy, The use of microminiature Hall transducers and devices on their basis in scientific and aerospace instrumentation.
- August 5, Wednesday
09:00 W.Lohmann, Luminosity measurement at colliders
11:00 M.Savina, TeV scale gravity and field theory (Part 2)
11:50 X.Chen, Higgs (Part 2): Prospects for Higgs studies during ATLAS Run 2
15:00 K.Afanaciev, Influence of visible light on the efficiency of radiation damaged diamond detectors.
15:25 A.Leonau, Structural information extracted from the diffraction of XFEL femtosecond pulses in a crystal.
15:55 A.Sytov, New coherent effects in a bent crystal and their possible application at future accelerators
17:00 V.Haurylavets, The new model of the stator and armature contact point in Helical Flux Compression Generators
17:20 E.A.Degtyareva, S.I.Timoshin, The polarized semi-inclusive lepton-nucleon DIS with the charged current.
17:45 V.Gavrish, Radiative decays of light vector mesons
18:10 A.Man'ko, One-Loop radiative corrections for the two-photon production of leptons processes at colliders
- August 6, Thursday
09:00 W.Lohmann, Novel instrumentation for luminosity and beam conditions measurements
11:00 V.Lashkevich, O.Solovtsova, Target mass corrections to structure functions and beyond
11:25 E.Z.Avakyan, S.L.Avakyan, Low Energy Hadron Interaction of Tau Lepton
11:45 E.Z.Avakyan, S.L.Avakyan, Interactions of Strange Mesons at Low Energies
12:05 V.Khandramai, The Bjorken sum rule analysis based on the MPT
15:00 S.Shashkov, Raman spectroscopy: a non-destructive, non-contact and simple technique to characterize carbon materials
15:45 S.Sytova, Educational and research web-portal of nuclear knowledge BelNET
16:15 Concluding remarks
17:00 Poster session