Russian Federal Nuclear Center - The All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics (RFNC - VNIIEF) - is a Federal State Unitary Enterprise (FSUE) of the State Atomic Energy Corporation “Rosatom”. The Institute was founded in 1946 to implement the Soviet Atomic Project. The first Soviet atomic and H-bombs were developed here.
Today, FSUE RFNC - VNIIEF is the largest research and development institution in Russia that successfully handles defense, science and national economy problems. Safety and reliability of the Russian nuclear stockpile was and remains to be the RFNC - VNIIEF's primary mission.
There are several institutes within the RFNC - VNIIEF: Institute of Theoretical and Computational Physics, Institute of Experimental Gas Dynamics and Detonation Physics, Institute of Nuclear and Radiation Physics, Research Institute of Laser Physics, Research Center of High Energy Density and Beam Physics, with Design Bureaus and other programmatic divisions as well - all directed by the general scientific and administrative management.
Khariton Scientific Readings - International Conference. The Readings, held annually, starting from 1999, are the tribute to the memory of an outstanding scientist Yuly Borisovitch Khariton, who used to be the unchallenged leader of RFNC-VNIIEF, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, thrice the Hero of Socialist Labor, laureate of Lenin and Stalin State Awards, the honorary freeman of Sarov city. The first topical Readings, arranged in 1999, addressed the field "Supercomputing and mathematical simulations".
The XIII Khariton’s Topical Scientific Readings "Extreme States Of Substance. Detonation. Shock Waves" will be held on 14–18 March, 2011.
The Readings, held annually, starting from 1999, are the tribute to the memory of an outstanding scientist Yuly Borisovitch Khariton, who used to be the unchallenged leader of RFNC-VNIIEF, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, thrice the Hero of Socialist Labor, laureate of Lenin and Stalin State Awards, the honorary freeman of Sarov city. The first topical Readings, arranged in 1999, addressed the field Supercomputing and mathematical simulations.
The promoters of the Conference:
Federal State Unitary Enterprise the Russian Federal Nuclear Center - All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics
State Corporation for Atomic Energy of Russian Federation "ROSATOM".
The XIII Khariton’s Topical Scientific Readings "Extreme States Of Substance. Detonation. Shock Waves" will be held on 14–18 March, 2011, Sarov, Russia.
Topics of the Conference continue topics of the III, V, VII, IX, XI Khariton's Readings named ”Extreme states of substance. Detonation. Shock waves”. (2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009). The Conference subject was among the favorite scientific interests of Yuly B. Khariton. It is still one of the foundation stones of the VNIIEF scientific school.
Energetic materials and physics of detonation
Equations of state and phase transitions
Dynamic strength of materials
High-velocity launching and impacts.Cumulation phenomena Hydrodynamic instabilities
R. I. Il’kaev - Academician of RAS. Scientific director of FSUE RFNC-VNIIEF
A. L. Mikhaylov - Director of Institute of Experimental Gasdynamics and Physics of Explosion of FSUE RFNC-VNIIEF
A. L. Mikhaylov – Chairman
V. A. Raevsky
O. V. Svirsky
M. V. Zhernokletov
O. B. Drennov
Yu. V. Yanilkin V. M. Bel’sky
B. A. Nadykto
V. A. Ogorodnikov
I. R. Trunin
V. N. German
Conference Executive Secretary - Tat’yana S. Palenova
Deadline for submitting Registration Forms
November 01, 2010
Deadline for submitting abstracts
December 01, 2010
REGISTRATION FORM INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “XIII KHARITON'S TOPICAL SCIENTIFIC READINGS”
The official languages are Russian and English.
Volume: limited to a single page
Font: Times New Roman
Size: 10 pt.
Spacing: single line
Format: A4, MS Word document
Alignment: according to page width
Abstract should include:
paper title, name of author(s), and total address of affiliation
Send, please, your Registration Forms and abstracts in English to the following E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay costs 1200$. It covers accommodation, meals, rent of rooms, banquet, Conference Proceedings, transport services for Conference, and social events.
Participants and guests of the Conference will have opportunity to visit House-Museum of Yuly B. Khariton, VNIIEF Museum of Nuclear Weapon.
The Conference participants will have opportunity to visit places, where Serafim Sarovsky lived. Besides, Organizing Committee prepared tours to Serafimo-Diveevsky Convent.
The VNIIEF House of Scientists will also welcome the Conference participants with interesting program of social events.
For further information, contact, please:
Tat’yana S. Palenova
607190, Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region
37 Mira Ave., FSUE RFNC-VNIIEF
Fax: 7 (83130) 2-03-20
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Federal State Unitary Enterprise
RUSSIAN FEDERAL NUCLEAR CENTER
All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics
FSUE RFNC - VNIIEF
Kostyukov Valentin Efimovich - Director
Address: 607188, Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region, Mira Ave, 37
Teletype: 651203 Mimoza
Telex: 151109 Arsa SU
Tel: 8 (83130) 4-48-02
Fax: 8 (83130) 2-94-94
Center for International Relations (CIR)
Rogachev Vladimir Grigorievich - RFNC-VNIIEF Deputy Director for International Science and Technology, Head of CIR
Address: 607188 Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region, Muzrukov Ave, 10
Tel: 8 (83130) 4-16-15
Fax: 8 (83130) 2-14-35
Human Research Management Service (HRMS)
Gusev Nikolay Ivanovich - RFNC-VNIIEF Deputy Director for Human Research Management, Head of HRMS
Address: 607188 Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region, Mira Ave, 37
Tel: 8 (83130) 2-60-02
Fax: 8 (83130) 2-13-06
Supplies and Sales Administration (SSA)
Tarasov Sergey Vladimirovich - RFNC-VNIIEF Deputy Director for Sales and Supplies, Head of SSA
Address: 607188, Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region, Zheleznodorozhnaya Str., 4
Tel: 8 (83130) 2-58-04, 2-47-53
Fax: 8 (83130) 2-47-96
Advertising and Exhibiting Center (AEC)
Girin Yaroslav Nikolaevich - Head of AEC
Address: 607188, Sarov, Nizhny Novgorod region, Lenina Ave, 18
Tel/fax: 8 (83130) 7-69-38
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