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The main tasks of ICMP of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine is carrying out fundamental research in theoretical physics and condensed matter physics, and performing other research in physics, chemistry, mathematics, information and computer technology, ecology, preparation of highly qualified specialists, spreading results of research etc.


ICMP seminar sticky icon

We continue regular meetings at the Institute seminar online on the MS Teams platform.

Memorial seminar to the 60th anniversary of Igor Omelyan sticky icon

On Monday, January 24, 2022, a Memorial Seminar dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Ukrainian physicist Ihor Omelyan (1962 - 2020) will be held. The program of the seminar includes scientific reports, memoirs, presentation of Ihor Omelyan bibliography.
The seminar will take place in the Conference Hall of the ICMP (Sventsitskoho 1, Lviv).
It will be possible to join the seminar online via the MS Teams.
After the seminar we plan to visit I. Omelyan grave at Bryukhovychi cemetery. We invite you to take part in the Memorial Seminar.

Ising Lectures 2021 sticky icon

On May 18-20, 2021 Ising Lectures will take place at the MS Teams platform. Ising Lectures is an annual workshop on complex systems, phase transitions and critical phenomena orientated mostly towards young scientists.
For more details, please, visit the web page of the workshop.
Anyone interested is welcome.

Book presentation "Horizons of science. vol. II: Histories of time." sticky icon

Yu. Holovatch, Ya. Hrytsak, B. Novosyalyj (editors). Horizons of science. vol. II: Histories of time. Lviv, UCU Publishing House, 2020, 176 p. ISBN 978-617-7637-22-5 (in Ukrainian).

This book is the second in a series of essays based on lectures given at the monthly seminar "Horizons of Science". The book contains a selection of articles devoted to the topic of time - as understood by various disciplines: astronomy, physics, theology, philosophy, psychology, sociology, linguistics, semiotics, history. The concept of time is difficult to formalize, even within the framework of one discipline. How our present understanding of time was formed and whether a common language between representatives of different sciences is possible while discussing this notion - these and similar questions are being sought by the authors of this book.

You can watch the presentation on the youtube channel

The book is available here



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