The 5-th Conference “Statistical Physics: Modern Trends and Applications” will be held on July 3–6, 2019, in Lviv, Ukraine. This Conference continues a tradition of regular international meetings in the statistical physics in Ukraine, established in the 1970-ies and renewed by “Statistical Physics” (Lviv, 2005; Kharkiv, 2006; Lviv, 2009 and Lviv, 2012).
The 5-th Conference “Statistical Physics: Modern Trends and Applications” is organized by the Institute for Condensed Matter Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Lviv, Ukraine) and is dedicated to the 110-th anniversary of Academician M.M.Bogolyubov (1909–1992) and to the 50-th anniversary of the Lviv Department for Statistical Theory of Condensed States of the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, which gave origin to the Institute for Condensed Matter Physics.
The Conference will consist of invited lectures (45 min.), key note and contributed talks (30–20 min.) and poster presentations. Official language of the Conference is English.
- Soft Matter Theory
- Quantum Statistics
- Computer Simulations
- Complex Systems
List of Invited Speakers
- Dung di Caprio (Paris, France)
- Alina Ciach (Warsaw, Poland)
- Giovanni Ciccotti (Rome, Italy)
- Tom Devereaux (Stanford, USA)
- Alain Dutech (Nancy, France)
- Sergej Flach (Daejeon, Korea)
- Jim Freericks (Washington, USA)
- Gerhard Kahl (Vienna, Austria)
- Ralph Kenna (Coventry, UK)
- Enrique Lomba (Madrid, Spain)
- Carlo Pierleoni (L'Aquila, Italy)
- Johannes Richter (Magdeburg and Dresden, Germany)
- Ioannis Rousochatzakis (Loughborough, UK)
- Marina Saphiannikova (Dresden, Germany)
- Ari Seitsonen (Paris, France)
- Jozef Sznajd (Wroclaw, Poland)
- Anatoliy Zagorodny (Kyiv, Ukraine)
The 3rd CONIN workshop “Systems with competing electrostatic and short-range interactions" will be held in Lviv (Ukraine) on July 1–3 2019. The workshop is organized as a part of the Horizon 2020 RISE project "Effects of confinement on inhomogeneous systems" (CONIN) which involves six research institutions in Europe and South America. The main topics covered in the workshop are the self-assembly behavior of systems with short-range attraction and long-range repulsions and ionic liquids.