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DCP-PhysBio Steering Committee Meeting

DCP-PhysBio Steering Committee Meeting

The DCP-PhysBio Steering Committee Meeting will take place in the Conference Hall of the ICMP on May 28-30, 2013.
The DCP-PhysBio is the FP7 EU IRSES project N269139 'Dynamics and Cooperative Phenomena in Complex Physical and Biological Media'. The goal of the DCP-PhysBio project is to bring together several research teams from France, Germany, Israel, Russia, UK and Ukraine and to use their combined expertise to study various challenging dynamical and cooperative phenomena taking place in complex physical and biological systems. Partner organizations of the project are: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS, France), Max-Planck Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften (MPI Stuttgart, Germany), University of Potsdam (Potsdam, Germany), Coventry University (Coventry, UK), Holon Institute of Technology (Holon, Israel), Institute for Information Transmission Problems (Kharkevich Institute, Moscow, Russia), M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia), Institute for Condensed Matter Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Lviv Ukraine).
Participants of the project that plan to attend the Steering Committee meeting are kindly asked to send an e-mail to Maxym Dudka <maxdudka[REPLACE_THIS_WITH_AT_SIGN]> giving the dates of arrival/departure and to book an accommodation for an appropriate period. Since we plan to start on Tuesday (28.05) morning and to end on Thursday (30.05) evening, you are expected to arrive a day in advance and to leave Thursday late evening (or the next day).
Abstracts of your presentations please send to Viktoria Blavatska <viktoria[REPLACE_THIS_WITH_AT_SIGN]>.


Tuesday, May 28  Conference Hall of the ICMP (1 Svientsitskii Str., 79011 Lviv)
9:30-11:00 (chairs: Yu. Holovatch, A. Bodrova)
Welcome: I. Mryglod
Presentation of the IRSES project: G. Oshanin
Presentations: V. Dotsenko, V. Blavatska


11:30-13:00 (chair: O. Vasilyev)
Presentations: R. Metzler, A. Chechkin, I. Eliazar

Wednesday, May 29

9:30-11:00 (chair: R. Kenna)
Presentations: D. Mouhanna, Yu. Holovatch, M. Tamm


11:30-13:00 (chair: I. Eliazar)
Presentations: M. Krasnytska, O. Vasilyev, O. Mryglod
Thursday, May 30

9:30-11:00 (chair: R. Metzler)
Presentations: G. Oshanin, D. Karevski, A. Aerov


11:30-13:00 (chair: G. Oshanin)
Presentations: J. Talbot, A. Bodrova, M. Tasinkevych


List of presentations
1. Artem Aerov (MPI, Stuttgart). Supercapacitor on base of electrolyte and carbon nanomateria [abstract].
2. Viktoria Blavatska (ICMP, Lviv). Conformational transitions in random heteropolymer models [abstract].
3. Anna Bodrova (MSU, Moscow). Theory of granular gases and its application to planetary rings [abstract].
4. Aleksei V. Chechkin (IPA, Potsdam). First arrival and search efficiency of Levy flights [abstract].
5. Victor Dotsenko (LPTMC, Paris). Universal Randomness [abstract].
6. Iddo Eliazar (HIT, Holon). A Langevin approach to the distribution of wealth [abstract].
7. Yurij Holovatch (ICMP, Lviv). Disorder effects on the shapes of linear and star branched polymers [abstract].
8. Dragi Karevski (CNRS, Nancy). Exact matrix product solution for the boundary-driven Lindblad XXZ-chain [abstract].
9. Marjana Krasnytska (ICMP, Lviv). Phase transitions for the Potts model on complex networks [abstract].
10. Ralf Metzler (IPA, Potsdam). Correlated random walk processes [abstract].
11. Dominique Mouhanna (LPTMC, Paris). Renormalization group approach  to frustrated magnets [abstract].
12. Olesya Mryglod (ICMP, Lviv). Temporal characteristics of human dynamics in a virtual world [abstract].
13. Gleb Oshanin (LPTMC, Paris). Random walks and patterns generated by random permutations of integers [abstract].
14. Julian Talbot (LPTMC, Paris). Stochastic models of blocking in particulate flows [abstract].
15. Mikhail Tamm (MSU, Moscow). Dynamics of a crumpled globule and diffusion-limited reactions in gene regulation [abstract].
16. Mykola Tasinkevych (MPI, Stuttgart). Nematic colloids: topological defects, effective interactions, and
structure formation [abstract].
17. Oleg Vasilyev (MPI, Stuttgart). Numerical simulation method for particles with complex interactions [abstract].