# The XXI International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists (AYSS-2017)

2-6 October 2017
Europe/Moscow timezone
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Presented by Mr. Denis KORABLEV on 3 Oct 2017 at 16:15
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
In 1928 Paul Dirac creates an equation that combined quantum theory and special relativity to describe the behavior of an electron moving at a relativistic speed. Dirac’s equation posed a problem – it had a two possible solutions, one for an electron with positive energy and one for an electron with negative energy. Classical physics impose that the energy of a particle must always be a positi ... More
Presented by Mr. Maciej DZIEWIECKI on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
The nuclear structure investigation of the nuclei located at the double shell closures needs verification of theoretical models predictions. For this reason, the nuclear level half-lives have to be known. They allow to extract essential information about the transition matrix elements. This can be obtained from measurements of the nuclear levels half-lives. The advanced time-delayed β-γ-γ(t) m ... More
Presented by Ms. Ewa ADAMSKA
Presented by Ms. Ewa ADAMSKA on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:15
Presented by Ms. Olga KORNEEVA on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
Possible hadron-quark mixed phase in the interior of the compact stars is one of actual question nuclear physics. The Grigorian type model of mixed phase based on so called Maxwell construction is considered in this research. We present an algorithm for construction the mixed phase model by separately given hadronic and quark matter models.
Presented by Ms. Olga KORNEEVA
Presented by Mr. Alexander AYRIYAN on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:15
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
We present an algorithm for solving the Optimization Problem for non-linear heat equation in order to reach a required periodical temperature regime on the surface of a multilayer cylinder. Such problem has an application for design so called pulse cryogenic cell.
Presented by Mr. Alexander AYRIYAN
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
There are many reasons to use distributes systems in a research area. Unfortunately, they are more advanced solutions than central systems. Nowadays professional computing is made in the distributed way. Firstly, a single host often cannot provide enough computing power to perform required data analysis. Second aspect of using distribution systems is a possibility of proper configuration. Building ... More
Presented by Mr. Mateusz ZABORSKI
Presented by Mr. Mateusz ZABORSKI on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Investigation of a system of coupled Josephson junctions by mathematical modeling methods leads to the need of numerical solution of respective system of large number of nonlinear partial differential equations. An actual problem is to decrease the numerical simulation time, which can be done by the using of modern parallel programming technologies. We have calculated the IV-characteristics of th ... More
Presented by Mrs. Adiba RAHMONOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Photoabsorption on two-nucleon systems γ{NN}→NN, and the inverse reaction, hard bremsstrahlung NN→{NN}γ, are widely used to test different theoretical ideas of the nucleon-nucleon interaction. The reaction pp→{pp}s γ, where diproton {pp}s is a proton pair in 1S0 state, has been observed with the ANKE spectometer at COSY- Jülich. It is kinematicaly very similar to well-studied reacti ... More
Presented by Г-н. Zhanibek KURMANALIYEV
Presented by Г-н. Zhanibek KURMANALIYEV on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:30
Presented by Mr. Mohamad TAHA ABDELRAHMAN on 3 Oct 2017 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Positrons are used in materials science to study open volume defects. These imperfections play an important role in materials properties. Knowledge about their concentration gives possibility to control the conductivity, mechanical strength, ductility and many others. Defects can be created as a result of mechanical processing e.g. polishing, cutting, millig. They are also introduced during irradi ... More
Presented by Dr. Krzysztof SIEMEK
Presented by Dr. Krzysztof SIEMEK on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:30
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
New generation medicine demands better quality of analysis, increasing the amount of data collected during checkup, and simultaneously decreasing the invasiveness of the procedure. Thus it becomes urgent not only to develop advanced modern hardware, but also to implement special software infrastructure for using it in everyday clinical practice. MARS (Medipix All Resolution System) micro-CT sca ... More
Presented by Ms. Victoria TOKAREVA
Presented by Ms. Victoria TOKAREVA on 4 Oct 2017 at 16:45
Session: Life Science
Presented by Mr. Mohamad TAHA ABDELRAHMAN on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:30
Presented by Mr. Maksim TRUSHIN on 5 Oct 2017 at 16:45
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
The results of the development of an automatic frequency control (AFC) device for a two-gap buncher are presented in this paper. This buncher is used in the middle energy beam channel (MEBT) between the RFQ and the accelerator of the Alvarez LU-20. This device allows you to automatically adjust the resonant frequency of this buncher to the frequency of LU-20. The results of the modeling for t ... More
Presented by Mr. Maksim TRUSHIN
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Ionizing radiation changes the structure, function and synthesis of nucleic acids, especially DNA. After irradiation, biodosimetric markers, which are directly proportional to the absorbed dose, are expressed. In addition to their accessibility, sensitivity and reliability, they should provide data as quickly as possible, since time is a critical factor for successful treatment of accidentally irr ... More
Presented by Ms. Marcela JELIčOVá
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Marcela JELIčOVá on 5 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
In JINR the Test Bed with an electron beam generated by the linear accelerator LINAC-200 for the energy up to 200 MeV is being created for research of the properties of accelerating structures, semiconducting structures to be used in advanced detectors, for creating a free electron laser, as well as for other applied investigations. Two accelerating stations with the beam energy up to 60 MeV and t ... More
Presented by Anna SLEDNEVA
Session: Life Science
Presented by Mr. Vladislav SVOZILíK on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:15
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
An area on the Czech-Polish border is one of the most inhabited and industrial region in Europe. Even one of the most polluted. In this region is huge concentration of heavy industry which is focus on metallurgy processes and associated industries. Air pollution may cause adverse effects on human health and the environment. Our research deals with the comparison of various method for air pollutio ... More
Presented by Mr. Vladislav SVOZILíK
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Modernization of control system of the experiment MASHA will be discussed. The controlling system based on CompactRIO, FlexRIO and PXI/PXIe standards will be developed, tested and integrated with new experimental setups at cyclotron DC280. MASHA Experiment is designed to study properties of super heavy elements synthesized in reactions 242,244Pu and other neutron rich actinides + 48Са. Setup of ... More
Presented by Mr. Antonín OPíCHAL
Presented by Anna SLEDNEVA
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
This report presents the experimental study of the isomeric ratio of 137mCe to 137gCe produced in 138Ce(γ, n)137m,gCe photonuclear reaction, 136Ce(n, γ)137m,gCe neutron capture reaction and in the two simultaneous 138Ce(γ, n)137m,gCe and 136Ce(n, γ)137m,gCe reactions in the mixed photon – neutron field by the activation method. The investigated samples were irradiated at the bremsstrahlung ... More
Presented by Ms. MINH HUE BUI on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. Christopher KULLENBERG on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:15
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Neutrinos can occasionally interact coherently with an entire nuclear target. Such interactions can produce a single meson, which will generally have a direction that is nearly collinear with the incoming neutrino. The NOvA collaboration is performing multiple analyses to measure the cross-section for such interactions, as they can pose a background to electron neutrino appearance in long baseli ... More
Presented by Mr. Christopher KULLENBERG
Presented by Ms. Garima PUNETHA on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:00
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Utilizing the dual QCD model in term of magnetic symmetry structure of non-Abelian gauge theories , the dynamical breaking of the magnetic symmetry has been shown to impart the magnetically condensed QCD vacuum which leads to the unique flux tube structure in QCD vacuum for color confinement. The color singlet physical spectrum necessary for color confinement is incorporated through color reflect ... More
Presented by Ms. Garima PUNETHA
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Nuclear measurement systems have a special place in different industries of the world. One of the most used devices is a gamma density measurement that has two main individual techniques: transmission nuclear density measurement and backscatter nuclear density measurement. In this research these two main techniques have been combined and a new device for the purpose of measuring the density was de ... More
Presented by Dr. Seyedmohammad GOLGOUN
Presented by Dr. Seyedmohammad GOLGOUN on 3 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Precise measurement of the continuum energy spectra is often needed for nuclear structure studies. The problem of two-proton decay of 17Ne first excited state is a good example of such situation. First excited state of the 17Ne 3/2- is located only 344 keV above 2p-decay threshold and it 2p-decay partial width is greatly lesser then gamma-decay partial width. The existing experimental threshold ... More
Presented by Mr. Pavel SHAROV
Presented by Mr. Pavel SHAROV on 5 Oct 2017 at 18:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Radioactive ion beams (RIBs) were obtained recently from the new ACCULINNA-2 in-flight fragment separator which was installed in 2016 at the primary beam line of the U-400M cyclotron [1]. The design parameters of this facility were experimentally confirmed. The RIB intensities obtained at the final focal plane of the separator, the secondary beam purities and transverse profiles of RIBs hitting th ... More
Presented by Mr. Bakytbek MAUYEY on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. Riyaz FATKULLIN on 5 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
One of the projects that is FLNR (JINR) currently working on is the new ECR ion source for its mass-separator MASHA. It has to be small, work on 2.45 GHz frequency and provide 1+ ions with high efficiency. One of the way to do that is creation of a permanent magnet 2.45 GHz ion source based on coaxial resonator. This paper describes the development of a compact ECR ion source based on 2.45 GHz co ... More
Presented by Mr. Riyaz FATKULLIN
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
In Poland discussions continue about future of coal and nucler power. This article presents the results of a profitability analysis of two methods of electrical power generation: nuclear power plant and hard coal-fired power plant. Two analysed plants are quite simmilar In terns of output capacity, capacity usage and working hours. The article compares costs and profits of them using methods such ... More
Presented by Mr. Adam TORCHAłA
Presented by Mr. Adam TORCHAłA
Presented by Mr. Bartłomiej KLIś on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:15
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
Science club CAMAC from department of physics WUT of which I am a member is working on radon concentration map on the university campus. I am responsible for developing a data processing system. My presentation is about my solutions in CAMAC research. Common trend to care about radiology dangers is the reason for increase amount of measurements in dosimetry. This causes the need to develop system ... More
Presented by Mr. Bartłomiej KLIś
Presented by Mr. Antonin OPICHAL
Presented by Mr. Antonin OPICHAL on 5 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
The results of readout correction for albedo dosimeters DVGN-01 with using two methods are presented. The correlation coefficients were calculated using measured values of neutron spectra in two places behind the shield of IBR-2M. The second method of readout correction for albedo dosimeters was carried out by using a spherical albedo system in the same places. A good agreement was obtained betw ... More
Presented by Г-а. Гулназым Сейлханова on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The Far Detector of the NOvA experiment is located on the surface. It can be considered one of the biggest scintillator cosmic ray telescope. Since the size of the far detector makes it possible to use it as a pairmeter, it is possible to study muons in the energy range from 100 GeV to 10 TeV. With the help of high-energy muons, it is possible to measure the energy spectrum, the characteristics of ... More
Presented by Anna MOROZOVA
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
There is a surge of interest in development of new, single- and two-components organic ferroelectrics materials suitable for electronic applications. Recent achievements in this field indicate, that these molecular ferroelectrics exhibit an excellent physical properties such as an extremely high value of the spontaneous polarization (Ps), a high Curie temperature (Tc), good thermal stability as we ... More
Presented by Ms. Klaudia MENCEL
Presented by Ms. Klaudia MENCEL on 2 Oct 2017 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
The phenomenon called ferroelectricity was discovered in the solid state (Rochelle salt) in 1920 by Joseph Valasek. Since then the nonlinear optical (NLO) and nonlinear dielectric (ferroelectric) materials have become more and more attractive as they may be widely used in advanced laser technology, optoelectronics, optical storage and information processing, as well as mechanical energy transfer. ... More
Presented by Ms. Martyna WOJCIECHOWSKA
Presented by Ms. Martyna WOJCIECHOWSKA on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
The modification of existing solid electrolyte and cathode materials is a topic of interest for theoreticians and experimentalists and is often related to understanding of the influence of dopants on the performance of the studying materials. For the reason of high complexity of disordered systems configurational space, an application of the computer modeling approaches is hindered. Previously, th ... More
Presented by Mr. Pavel ZOLOTAREV
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
A step-by-step procedure of searching for independent atomic configurations and their modeling by means of density functional theory (DFT) is developed for the title compound. First, the inequivalent (totally 87) configurations of LiNiO2 (2x2x1 modeling supercell) were selected with respect to content and arrangement of Li-ions and relaxed using a number of the DFT models. Next, the obtained LiNiO ... More
Presented by Dr. Roman EREMIN
Presented by Dr. Roman EREMIN on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:30
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
The space environment is characterized by a wide spectrum of different radiation types ranging from energetic charged particles predominated by protons to γ-rays. The energetic charged particles are the most dangerous kind of radiation for crew of the ship in deep space. Heavy particles have to be considered an extremely dangerous radiation factor that can cause crew's operator activity disorders ... More
Presented by Ms. Tatyana BULANOVA
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Tatyana BULANOVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
Modern experimental physics is difficult to imagine without computer storage and data analysis. Over the past 30 years, many software packages have been proposed, each of which to some extent solves certain aspects of this global task, but at the moment all of them are more or less obsolete. A common drawback of these systems can be called a "scripting" approach, in which each set of input data is ... More
Presented by Dr. Alexander NOZIK
Presented by Dr. Alexander NOZIK on 4 Oct 2017 at 14:30
Presented by Mrs. Natalia SOKOLOWSKA
Presented by Mrs. Natalia SOKOLOWSKA on 5 Oct 2017 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Study of beta-delayed protons is an important tool to investigate exotic, n-deficient nuclei. It provides a lot of information on nuclear structure of these nuclei which, in turn, is needed to understand astrophysical phenomena, like the rp-process or the nucleosynthesis of a cosmic gamma-emitter 26Al Experimental studies of beta-delayed proton emission from 27S and 26P were performed at the A ... More
Presented by Mrs. Natalia SOKOLOWSKA
Presented by Mr. Pavel ZOLOTAREV on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Presented by Mr. Yaroslav SAGAN on 4 Oct 2017 at 18:15
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Eleven dust mask were obtained from tourists visiting Pripyat city (northern Ukraine) by one day in July 2016. For determination of 137Cs, masks were placed in marinelli beaker and 137Cs (661.65 keV gamma line) was measured directly using HPGe detector (Ortec GMX30 series). After gamma-ray measurements, masks were placed in oven and combusted. Ash after combustion was dissolved in concentrated nit ... More
Presented by Mr. Tomasz MRóZ
Presented by Mr. Tomasz MRóZ on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Presented by Ms. Varvara BATOZSKAYA on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:15
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The determination of the mixing-induced CP-violating phase phi_s in the Bs-Bsbar system is one of the key goals of the LHCb experiment. It has been measured at LHCb exploiting the Run I data set and using several decay channels: Bs0->J/psi K+K- and Bs0->J/psi pi+pi-, both with J/psi->mu+mu-, Bs0->Psi(2S)(->mu+mu-)Phi. The first observation of the Bs0->Eta_c Phi and Bs0->Eta_c pi+pi-decay modes whi ... More
Presented by Ms. Varvara BATOZSKAYA
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Functionalized magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) are possible effective means for removing naphthenic acid (NA) from crude oil. In this work, magnetite nanoparticles functionalized with amine-containing ligands were used to selectively extract NA from model oil and from the heavy crude solution. Nanoparticles were synthesized in the sonochemical process, by coprecipitation from the Fe2+ and Fe3+ so ... More
Presented by Mr. Marcin SAWCZUK
Presented by Artem DOROKHIN
Presented by Mr. Евгений Митрофанов on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The EMC effect or a modification of parton distributions in bound nucleons as compared to free ones, has been extensively studied during the last 30 years but its full understanding is still lacking. The COMPASS experiment at CERN will provide new results on the EMC effect, originating from the Drell-Yan process and studied in the 190 GeV π− beam scattering on the ammonia and tungsten targets. ... More
Presented by Mr. Evgenii MITROFANOV
Presented by Mr. Dmitriy PONKIN on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
During the work on the creation of a new Electron String Ion Source (ESIS) for the NICA/MPD project several electronic modules were created. Modules includes pulsed HV (+3 kV) potential barriers formation modules used to hold ions, HV (+3 kV) ion extraction module and several secondary modules. Modules development process and test results are discribed.
Presented by Mr. Dmitriy PONKIN
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Huge rate of cosmic ray events in the Far Detector of the NOvA experiment allows us to study East-West asymmetry of cosmic ray muons - phenomenon connected to the geomagnetic field. This study is complicated by the fact that the overburden covering the detector and the rock surrounding it are also asymmetrical. Angular dependence of cosmic muon track reconstruction effiсiency should be taken into ... More
Presented by Ms. Olga PETROVA
Presented by Ms. Olga PETROVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Presented by Meir YERDAULETOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:45
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Currently, lithium-ion batteries are the most commonly used as chemical current sources. Considering the evolution of modern electronic devices, there is a clear trend towards their miniaturization and enhancement of functionality. This leads to a significant increase in energy consumption, which requires the creation of more efficient and compact energy sources (accumulators). Publications of ... More
Presented by Meir YERDAULETOV
Presented by Dr. Marko ĆOSIć on 2 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We describe here the dynamic behaviors of a quantum ensemble of particles in a one-dimensional anharmonic potential well and of the corresponding classical ensemble in the vicinity of a focusing point. The anharmonicity of the interaction is chosen to be very small and small. Accordingly, the perturbation theory is used, and the accurate analytical solutions of the problem in both the quantum and ... More
Presented by Dr. Marko ĆOSIć
Presented by Dr. Olga IVANSHINA on 2 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Presented by Dr. Olga IVANSHINA
Presented by Yaroslav KLOPOT on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Manifestations of electromagnetic and strong anomalies axial anomalies in the radiative decays of $\eta$ and $\eta'$ mesons are studied. Applying a dispersive approach, we derive the anomaly sum rule for a singlet axial current, where the strong anomaly exists. A low energy theorem is generalized for the case of mixing states and is applied to evaluate a subtraction part of the strong anomaly. We ... More
Presented by Yaroslav KLOPOT
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
Currently the CBM experiment is being developed in GSI (Darmstadt, Germany) at the FAIR accelerator complex of an international collaboration with JINR. The study of charmonium production is one of the key objectives of the CBM experiment. To кegister them via the dielectron decay channel, one needs a reliable electron–positron identiﬁcation in the conditions of a dominant hadronic, primarily ... More
Presented by Dr. Olga DERENOVSKAYA on 4 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Presented by Mrs. Daniya ZINATULINA on 5 Oct 2017 at 18:45
Presented by Mr. Maxim BEZUGLOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
When the Higgs boson was discovered in 2012 it was realized that electroweak vacuum may suffer a possible metastability on the Planck scale and can eventually decay. To understand this problem it is important to have reliable predictions for the vacuum decay rate within the framework of quantum field theory. For now, it can only be done at one loop level, which is apparently is not enough. The aim ... More
Presented by Mr. Maxim BEZUGLOV
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Recently much attention has been placed on fabrication and magnetic properties of bimetallic Fe/Me nanostructures both from scientific and technological interests owing to their potential applications in ultrahigh density magnetic recording media, medical diagnostics, environmental remediation and high- performance permanent magnets. In this study, the Fe/Au and Fe/Pt nanoparticles were synthes ... More
Presented by Mrs. Zhazgul KELGENBAEVA
Presented by Dr. Zhazgul KELGENBAEVA on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Presented by Ms. Alena SHUMSKAYA on 2 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Detailed studies of ferromagnetic nanotubes synthesis process, morphology, structure and magnetic parameters were carried out to understand potential of their bioapplications as carriers for targeted delivery of drug and protein. Morphological parameters such as elongated shape, low specific density and large specific surface are advantages of ferromagnetic nanotubes in comparative with another ty ... More
Presented by Ms. Alena SHUMSKAYA, Dr. Egor KANIUKOV, Mr. Artem KOZLOVSKIY, Dr. Ilya KOROLKOV, Mr. Maksim KUTUZAU
Presented by Г-н. Andrey BEZBAKH on 5 Oct 2017 at 19:00
Presented by Ms. Magdalena GRAB on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
The project touches the issue of fission of Uranium 238 reaction and Plutonium 239 production reaction in subcritical assembly. The author presents the results of calculations run by MCNPx code (Monte Carlo methodology) and the experimental data (Experiment was run with using a PHASOTRON in Dzhelepov Laboratory of Nuclear Problems in JINR, Dubna). The experiment was a part of experimental collabor ... More
Presented by Ms. Magdalena GRAB
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
We study a quasi particle model which deals with the formation of QGP droplets in the hadronic medium. The new results provide the significant contribution in the field of high energy heavy ion collisions.
Presented by Dr. Yogesh KUMAR on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mrs. Anna MAKSYMCHUK on 4 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Neutrinoless double beta (0nbb) decay experiments are well recognized as the most powerful tool to probe the nature of the neutrino (whether it is Dirac or Majorana particle), determine the absolute neutrino mass scale, and to investigate its mass hierarchy. If positively verified, observation of the 0nbb decay would require physics beyond the Standard Model and, as the only one process, it would ... More
Presented by Mr. Krzysztof PANAS
Presented by Mr. Krzysztof PANAS on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
Building an experimental setup in the particle physics environment is a complex task which implies all typical steps such as product design, mechanical simulation, prototyping, assembly, etc. Nowadays most of these tasks are performed with support of the software which, in many cases, requires different 3D models. Usually, computer-aided design (CAD) systems are used for product design, software p ... More
Presented by Mr. Egor OVCHARENKO
Presented by Mr. Egor OVCHARENKO on 4 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Type: Oral Session: Oral session: Theoretical Physics
Track: Theoretical Physics
The gluing operation is an effective way to get form factors of both local and non-local operators starting from different representations of on-shell scattering amplitudes. In this talk we show how it works on the example of form factors of operators from stress-tensor operator supermultiplet in Grassmannian and spinor helicity representations.
Presented by Mr. Artem BOLSHOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Pairing correlations in even-even and odd-odd N~Z nuclei are studied within the approximation of modified surface delta interaction (MSDI). Mass relations are used to determine the value of pairing energy of identical nucleons in even-even isotopes. This value is treated as an input parameter for MSDI approximation, which can be applied in order to reproduce the ground state multiplet (GSM) in the ... More
Presented by Mr. Semyon SIDOROV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Session: Oral session: Information Technology
Track: Information Technology
HLITVD_ASP - a service for shared applied software packages
Presented by Ms. Shushanik TOROSYAN on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:45
Presented by Mr. Aleksander KOPCZYNSKI on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
The Large Hadron Collider at CERN requires a helium cryogenic system of total inventory greater than 100 tons of helium. The process of selection of safety apparatus in cryogenic installations should take into account, among others, a risk of ventilation of the system with atmospheric air. Failure results in large heat input to cold components. Already done experimental work has shown the amount o ... More
Presented by Mr. Aleksander KOPCZYNSKI
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
One of the central problems of modern radiobiology is the study of mechanisms of induction and repair of DNA damages in central nervous system cells, in particular, in hippocampal cells. The study of the mechanisms of formation and repair of molecular damage in the hippocampus nerve cells is of special interest, because these cells, unlike most cells of the central nervous system, keep proliferati ... More
Presented by Ms. Regina KOZHINA
Type: Oral Session: Particle accelerators and nuclear reactors
Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Cryogenic process pipelines are the one of the basic subsystems used in installations for fundamental research in physics, as well as industrial plants which uses LNG or liquid nitrogen. Significant increase of the cryogenics importance entails the need to explore phenomena having direct impact to the design process of cryogenic systems and its safety systems. These aspects haves a high priority d ... More
Presented by Mr. Maciej DZIEWIECKI
Presented by Mr. Maciej DZIEWIECKI on 4 Oct 2017 at 18:00
Presented by Mr. Maciej DZIEWIECKI on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:45
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Semiconductors AIVBVI are of great scientific and practical interest in connection with the possibility of their use in the field of infrared technology and also as thermoelectric converters.. The presence of elements of heavy metals in the crystal lattice of these semiconductors provides a high radiation and thermal stability of devices manufactured on their basis. These semiconductors and compou ... More
Presented by Ms. Rakshana MAMISHOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
According to the data of pH-potentiometric titration, the complexation processes in Na2MoO4 – HCl – NaCl – C3H7ON – H2O and Na3VO4 – HCl – NaCl – C3H7ON (10-40 vol.%) – H2O (Cv = 0.01 - 0.1 mol/L; μ = 0.5 mol/L) and the concentration formation constants of isopolymolybdate- and isopolyvanadate-anions were calculated according to the CLINP 2.1 program; the diagrams of isopolyanion ... More
Presented by Ms. Violetta KRAVCHENKO on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
The impact of addition neutral, water-soluble polymer poly (ethylene glycol) (PEG ) on the micelle structure of anionic surfactants sodium oleate (SO) and dodecylbenzene sulphonic acid (DBSA) was considered basing on the small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) and tensiometer measurements. Thus, the formation of surfactant-polymer complexes in such systems was confirmed by surface tension data ana ... More
Presented by Oleksandr ARTYKULNYI
Presented by Oleksandr ARTYKULNYI on 3 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
The technological changes at the turn of the 20th and 21th centuries have undoubtedly had a great impact on the development of science. There is a growing interest in the world of various computer data processing tools that offer the opportunity to streamline research using previously known and traditional methodologies. They integrate the researchers’ community and enable the analysis of so far ... More
Presented by Ms. Martyna SABAłA
Presented by Ms. Martyna SABAłA on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Regina KOZHINA on 5 Oct 2017 at 14:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Josephson junctions characteristics can be easily manipulated by their control parameters, which is of high importance for their applications. Such parameters include the dissipation parameter, which can be controlled by the temperature variation, and the coupling parameter, which is dependent on the structure of the junction. It was found that for some values of dissipation and coupling parameter ... More
Presented by Mr. Alexei ZUBAREV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
In the superconductor/ferromagnet/superconductor (SFS) Josephson junctions, the spin-orbit interaction in a ferromagnet without inversion symmetry provides a mechanism for a direct coupling between the magnetic moment and the superconducting current [1]. Possibility to manipulate the magnetic properties by Josephson current and opposite, make an influence on Josephson current by magnetic moment, a ... More
Presented by Ms. Margarita MIKHAILOVA
Presented by Ms. Margarita MIKHAILOVA on 2 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Presented by Ms. Margarita MIKHAILOVA
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
The arrays of Josephson junctions are an intensively studied topic with a large range of applications in metrology, detectors and radiation emission, and have promising application in quantum computing. The main way to study arrays of Josephson junctions is to investigate their current voltage characteristics and generation of charge oscillations of the Josephson plasma. In previous work [1] was ... More
Presented by Ms. Marina CUZMINSCHI on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
This work is devoted to the investigation of the isospin structure and decays of Ξ hypernucleus. Since Ξ hyperon has two charge states the existence of Ξ hypernuclei with mixing charge of Ξ hyperons is possible. In the case of strong mixing states with pure isospin can occur, however generally isospin states are also mixed. The main purpose of this work is studying of charge and isospin mixin ... More
Presented by Mr. Mishel KHIRK on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
The report provides information about the cloud infrastructure created at the Information Technology Laboratory of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (LIT JINR), describes the goals of its creation, specifics of implementation and integration with cloud infrastructure of the Nazarbayev University Library and IT Services Private Entity (PE "NULITS") and Institute of Nuclear Physics’ Astana ... More
Presented by Ms. Yelena MAZHITOVA
Presented by Ms. Yelena MAZHITOVA on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Study of elastic and inelastic interaction of α-particles and nuclei is one of the main sources of information on the properties of basic and low-lying excited states of atomic nuclei. These processes proceeding at α-particle collisions with energies of a few tens MeV, provides to take valuable information about the structure of specific nuclear states. The objective measurement of the radii of ... More
Presented by Mr. Daniyar JANSEITOV
Presented by Mr. Daniyar JANSEITOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 18:15
Presented by Bakytzhan URAZBEKOV
Presented by Mr. Maciej DZIEWIECKI on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:00
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
By the methods of Raman Light Scattering and Rutherford backscattering (RBS) it has been studied the rate of structural disorder of layered GaS crystals before and after hydrogen implantation (H2+) with energy 70 keV. The investigated p-GaS single crystals were grown by the Bridgman method in the Institute of Radiation Problems of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. When grown GaS were us ... More
Presented by Mr. Murad JAHANGIROV, Mr. Ramil AKBEROV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
This work is devoted to the experimental and theoretical study of photodisintegration of tin isotopes. Yields of different photonuclear reactions for stable isotopes were determined by the gamma activation technique [1]. Activation analysis method was used to identify the ratio between different photonuclear reactions during the transition from one isotope to another. Experiment was made on brem ... More
Presented by Ms. Iuliia BUVINA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Д-р. Timur TROPIN on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Fullerenes, a new allotropic form of carbon discovered at the end of last century, provoke much interest partly due to their ability to dissolve in various liquids and the interesting effects that occur in their solutions [1]. These effects include clusters formation and growth, solvatochromism and some others. The present report is dedicated to theoretical and experimental investigation of fulle ... More
Presented by Д-р. Timur TROPIN
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Track: Life Science
Moravia-Silesian region on the Czech-Polish border is one of the most polluted areas in Europe. This region is suffering from long-term increased values of air pollution concentrations. Air pollution has negative consequences to human healthy, ecosystem and economy. The mathematical air pollution dispersion modelling provides information about distribution of air pollution and influence of indivi ... More
Presented by Mr. Vladislav SVOZILíK on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. Vladimir ALLAKHVERDIAN on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Titanium dioxide nanoparticles, which are anticipated to a wide range of batteries industries, have been shown to exhibit enhanced properties compared to their bulk counterparts. This enhancement has mostly been attributed to their large surface area-to-volume ratio and has attracted enormous research interest in recent years. In this work, molecular dynamics simulations have been performed on ana ... More
Presented by Mr. Mulatedzi GANDAMIPFA
Presented by Mr. Maksim BASHASHIN on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Olha KAZINOVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Generation of magnetic field in the units of the booster synchrotron for the NICA project is one of the most important conditions for getting the required parameters and qualitative accelerator operation. Research of linear and nonlinear dynamics of the 197Au31+ ion beam in the booster was carried out with the MADX program. Analytical estimation of magnetic field errors tolerance and numerical com ... More
Presented by Olha KAZINOVA
Presented by Dr. Ilhom RAHMONOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We study magnetization reversal in a superconductor/ferromagnetic/superconductor Josephson junction with direct coupling between magnetic moment and Josephson current. Our simulations of magnetic moment dynamics show that by applying an electric current pulse, we can realize the full magnetization reversal. We propose different protocols of full magnetization reversal based on the variation of the ... More
Presented by Dr. Ilhom RAHMONOV
Presented by Dr. Oleg KHARLANOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We demonstrate that an atom placed in a constant background interacting with the electronic axial-vector current exhibits a new type of parity-breaking transverse magnetoelectric polarizability. Within beyond-Standard-Model (BSM) frameworks, such as the Lorentz-violating Standard Model Extension, such constant backgrounds are considered to be condensates of Planck-scale fields, thus, precision mea ... More
Presented by Dr. Oleg KHARLANOV
Presented by Vladislav SHALAEV on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:45
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
A measurement of the forward-backward asymmetry AFB of oppositely charged lepton pairs produced via Z/γ∗ boson exchange in pp collisions at the LHC is presented. The data samples were collected with the CMS detector. The AFB measurements as a function of dilepton mass and rapidity are compared with the standard model predictions.
Presented by Vladislav SHALAEV
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Precise measurements of multiplicities of charged hadrons, pions and kaons in deep inelastic scattering were performed. The results are presented in three-dimensional bins of the Bjorken scaling variable x, the relative virtual-photon energy y, and the fraction z of the virtual-photon energy carried by the produced hadron. The data were obtained by the COMPASS Collaboration by scatter ... More
Presented by Г-н. Николай Митрофанов
Presented by Г-н. Николай Митрофанов on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Session: Life Science
Presented by Mr. Lukáš ONDRáK on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Ionizing radiation has been shown to be dangerous for living organisms. It can interact with target molecules directly or indirectly. Direct effect is the direct interaction of radiation with target molecules, while in the case of indirect effect the ionizing radiation interacts firstly with the surrounding medium (mostly with the water). Products of this interaction are agents capable to damage l ... More
Presented by Mr. Lukáš ONDRáK
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
The E391 experiment (KEK, Japan) was the first dedicated experiment in the world devoted to the definition of the upper limit of Br (K0L → π0νν), which can be considered as ideal process for measurement the effect of CP violation in the Standard Model. K0L → π0νν decay is characterized by a low value of the branching ratio, which in SM predictions equals to 2.8x10-11. Therefore the most ... More
Presented by Mr. Yury STEPANENKO on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. Łukasz TOMKóW on 5 Oct 2017 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Nuclotron-type cables will be used at SIS100 accelerator to carry large electric currents. The analysed cables are the part of by-pass lines and connect the sections of the magnets of accelerator. High quality of electric current supplied to the magnets must be ensured. Safety of operation of the line is also crucial. The results of thermo-electromagnetic analysis are presented. Distribution of m ... More
Presented by Mr. Łukasz TOMKóW
Presented by Dr. Mohammed AISH on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:00
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
Structural changes taking place in nanowires of L10 alloy AuCu I during mono-axial tension investigated in the course of high-rate, tensile uniaxial loading along <001> and <100> using the method of molecular dynamics at the different temperature. The presence of periodic thermal planar defects in the long-period nanostructure (combined thermal anti-phase boundaries) significantly affects the on ... More
Presented by Mr. Mohammed AISH
Presented by Mr. Mulatedzi GANDAMIPFA on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:30
Session: Life Science
Presented by Dr. Momen ORABI on 5 Oct 2017 at 16:45
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Experimental data for radon concentration in soil sometimes show a kind of non-monotonic increase with the soil depth. For that kind of behavior, this study suggests a theoretical model that can be used to describe the data based on a multi-layer configuration for the soil. This is constructed from the general transport equation that includes both diffusion and advection. The model however has two ... More
Presented by Dr. Momen ORABI
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
The development of the detector is based on the design and experience of working with a one-dimensional coordinate-sensitive ring thermal neutron detector, protected by copyright certificate, which allows measurements of the spatial distribution of thermal neutrons scattering from samples in 8 discrete coaxial rings. The new ring detector is designed for measure small-angle scattering of thermal ... More
Presented by Dr. Vasil MILKOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. Artem KOROBITSIN on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
This work is aimed at a theoretical investigation of the neon atomic clusters. Bound state energies and wave functions have been calculated. The modern realistic potential models are used for description the interatomic interaction. Differential Faddeev equations in the total angular momentum representation are used for the binding energies calculations of neon trimer system. The results obtained ... More
Presented by Mr. Artem KOROBITSIN
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Nowdays, investigation of nonstoichiometry and small particle size impact on a structure of material and therefore on its’ properties is a topic of particular interest due to changes in the properties of solids with a decrease in the size of crystallites. However, this field has not been well studied due to high complexity of nanosized, strongly nonstoichiometric compounds production. Basically ... More
Presented by Mr. Vitalii KUZNETSOV
Presented by Mr. Vitalii KUZNETSOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Presented by Г-н. Talgat ISSATAYEV
Presented by Г-н. Talgat ISSATAYEV on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:30
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Preliminary results of measurements of the neutron removal cross sections for 6He, 8Li, 10Be nuclei at energy range (25-45)/ A MeV are presented. The secondary beams were produced by bombardment of the 22Ne (40 A Mev) primary beam on 9Be (89 mg/cm2) target and separated by Combas fragmnet separator. The secondary products were detected by a telescope consisting of five Si dE detectors 300,500 micr ... More
Presented by Mr. Talgat ISSATAYEV
Presented by Mr. Jan VARMUZA on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
New particle position determination modules for Double side silicon strip detector were designed that allow to simplify existing multi-channel measurement system in search for the rare events of super heavy elements formation at DGFRS. The main principle is to search position correlated sequences of implanted SHE and followed alpha-particles/or SF events above predefined threshold Energy level in ... More
Presented by Mr. Leo SCHLATTAUER
Presented by Mr. Leo SCHLATTAUER
Presented by Mr. Leo SCHLATTAUER on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
A fascinating quantum tunneling effect was postulated by Brain Josephson in 1962, in which a supercurrent tunnels through an insulator between two superconductor electrodes. In strongly anisotropic layered high temperature superconductors (HTSC), these superconducting layers together with intermediate dielectric layers form the system of coupled Josephson junctions and thus, the intrinsic Josephso ... More
Presented by Mr. majed Abdel Salam ABDEL GHANI
Presented by Mr. majed abdel salam nashaat ABDEL GHANI on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:00
Presented by Ms. Liliya IMASHEVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 18:00
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Systematics of excited states in heavy even-even and even-odd isotopes near 208Pb is considered. For Ground State Multiplet calculations the delta- approximation for nucleon pairing between nucleons in j=9/2 state [1] is used. Multiplet splitting corresponds to pairing energy, which can be defined from nuclear masses [2]. So considered model allows one to calculate low-lying excitations withou ... More
Presented by Ms. Liliya IMASHEVA
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Synthesis of chemical elements is investigated at conditions of magnetorotational instabilities in astrophysical plasma at supernova explosion. Respective strong magnetic fields are considered as noticeable pressure component for explosion mechanism. At such fields, magnetic modification of nuclear structure is shown to shift the nuclear magic numbers in the iron region towards smaller mass number ... More
Presented by Ms. Ayazhan ZHOMARTOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
The sudden release of cryogenic fluid into an accelerator tunnel can pose a significant health and safety risk. For this reason, it is important to evaluate the consequences of such a spill. Previous publications of CERN and the Wroclaw Universtiy of Science and Technology concentrated on either Oxygen Deficiency Hazard or the evaluation of mathematical models using experimental data; no studies t ... More
Presented by Mr. Cameron SINCLAIR
Presented by Mr. Cameron SINCLAIR on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Presented by Dr. Roman PASECHNIK
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
A new E8-inspired SUSY GUT theory unifying gauge and Yukawa interactions via a unification of color, left-right and family symmetries will be presented. The prominent phenomenological potential of this model in predicting the fermion mass/mixing spectra will be discussed.
Presented by Dr. Roman PASECHNIK
Presented by Ms. Aya Hamdy HEGAZY on 3 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Presented by Mrs. Daniya ZINATULINA
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
The presentation is devoted to realization of the PyChannel package. This package is designed to automate backup of measurements results to the FLNP fault-tolerant data storage with automatic registration of appropriate reference information.
Presented by Г-н. Ivan MORKOVNIKOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Dr. Alexander VERKHEEV on 4 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
The reactor-grade plutonium existing in spent nuclear fuel as well as stocked weapon-grade plutonium may be treated as a significant source of energy, if properly burned in dedicated nuclear reactors. In addition, incineration of plutonium in combination with fertile thorium is profitable from the non-proliferation point of view because the secondary plutonium is not formed and produced fissile U2 ... More
Presented by Dr. Mikołaj OETTINGEN on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. Mahmoud NASAR on 2 Oct 2017 at 18:00
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The Hadron Resonance Gas (HRG) model is an excellent model for analyzing the hadron ratios that measured in the central Au-Au collisions over a wide range of nucleon-nucleon center-of-mass energies, √SNN = 7.7−200 GeV as introduced by the STAR Beam Energy Scan I (BES-I). The freezeout parameters (temperature and baryon chemical potential) are estimated from fits of simulation ratios generated ... More
Presented by Mr. Mahmoud NASAR
Presented by Ms. Alexandra FRIESEN on 2 Oct 2017 at 18:45
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
We present an alternative method for 3D tomographic imaging of microscopic biological objects in hard X-ray regime, based on Bragg Magnifier (BM) principle. BM microscope uses crystals to magnify X-ray beam resulting in advantages such as shorter propagation distances and increased dose efficiency, while achieving decent spatial resolution. This work focuses on the 3D reconstruction method to inte ... More
Presented by Mr. Stanislav HRIVNAK
Presented by Mr. Stanislav HRIVňAK
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Accroding to modern scientific concept, most of stable nuclei heavier than iron were formed as a result of s- and r-processes in stellar nucleosynthesis. However, there is a group of neutron-deficient stable nuclei called bypassed which mechanism of formation has not been elucidated yet. 84Sr and 92Mo belong to this group. One of the hypotheses designed to explain their origin is a chain of succes ... More
Presented by Maria POPOVA
Presented by Maria POPOVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 18:15
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
This paper presents a position-sensitive detection method for fast neutrons by proton recoil in a plastic scintillator. The detector consists of a plastic scintillator with silicon photomultiplier readout and pixel detector Timepix. As a known plastic scintillators are hydrogen-rich materials adopted as neutron to proton convertors by elastic (n, p) scattering. Silicon pixel detector Timepix is us ... More
Presented by Г-н. Igor CHUPRAKOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Recently, multiwave dynamical theory of neutron diffraction by a moving grating was developed [1]. A phase grating moving across the neutron beam can act as a quantum modulator of neutron wave transforming the spectrum of transmitted neutrons. As a result, the spectrum is characterized by a discrete set of energies. The efficiency of the neutron energy transfer is directly defined by amplitudes ... More
Presented by Mr. Maxim ZAKHAROV
Presented by Mr. Maxim ZAKHAROV on 5 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Presented by Mr. Maxim ZAKHAROV
Presented by Mrs. Madalina Mihaela MILOI
Presented by Mrs. Poonam JAIN
Presented by Mrs. Poonam JAIN on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
We work on Variable Moment of Inertia (VMI) model for the assignment of band head spin of Triaxial Super-Deformed (TSD) rotational bands, which in turn is helpful in the spin prediction of SD bands. The calculated and observed transition energies agree well when an accurate band head spin (I0) is assigned. The results are in good agreement with other theoretical results reported in literature. In ... More
Presented by Mrs. Poonam JAIN
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Neutron Resonance Capture Analysis (NRCA) can be applied for nondestructive determination of the isotopic composition of samples. The method is based on the registration of neutron resonances and the measurement of the yield of reaction products in the resonances. The resonance energies are known practically for all stable nuclei and the set of energies does not coincide completely for any pair o ... More
Presented by Nina BAZHAZHINA
Presented by Nina BAZHAZHINA on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:45
Presented by Mr. Almat YERGASHOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The method of neutron resonance spectroscopy – Neutron Resonance Capture Analysis (NRCA) is developed in the Laboratory of Neutron Physics for the purpose of determination of the element composition of samples. Identification of elements and isotopes is carried out by measuring the energy of neutron resonances in the reaction of radiative capture, and their content in the sample is determined by ... More
Presented by Mr. Almat YERGASHOV
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
In the present work nanocomposites based on antimicrobial – functionalized gold nanoparticles and magnetic – ferrite nanoparticles that are used as a carrier of gold nanoparticles were prepared. Magnetic component, the cobalt ferrite nanoparticles (CFO NPs) were synthesized via one-step solvothermal method with oleic acid as a surface capping agent. The resulting CFO NPs are hydrophobic and ca ... More
Presented by Dr. Sonja JOVANOVIć
Presented by Dr. Sonja JOVANOVIć on 2 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Radon - as an alpha-radioactive gas naturally present in atmospheric air - is the main component of the exposure of Poles to ionizing radiation, accounting for almost 40% of the annual effective dose and over 70% of the dose received by a statistical Poles. One of the commonly used passive methods for measuring radon concentrations in the air is the CR39 type Solid State Nuclear Tracker (SSNTD), ... More
Presented by Mr. Karol BOLEK
Presented by Mr. Karol BOLEK on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:00
Presented by Mr. Kanat NURLAN on 2 Oct 2017 at 18:30
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The process of electron-positron annihilation into a pair of ρ and η mesons are described in the framework of the extended Nambu - Jona-Lasinio model. Controbutions of intermediate ρ(770) and first radially-excited ρ(1450) vector mesons are taken into account. Calculation results are in satisfactory agreement with the experimental data.
Presented by Mr. Kanat NURLAN
Presented by Dr. Yogesh KUMAR
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We work on the quark gluon plasma equation of state (EoS) using a simple phenomenological model. In this model, a quark mass depends on both temperature as well as quark chemical potential. We compute EoS such as pressure, energy density, entropy and speed of sound with the effect of quark chemical potential. The model results provide QGP EoS. Therefore new outcomes are in excellent agreement wi ... More
Presented by Dr. Yogesh KUMAR
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
A stem cell-like subpopulation known as “cancer stem cells” (CSCs) has been found in various types of malignant tumors. Although lacking consensus, some cell surface markers, such as CD44 and CD133, have been popularly used for the identification of CSCs. These CSCs have been demonstrated to be therapeutic resistance and play critical roles in the recurrence and metastasis of cancer. By isolat ... More
Presented by Ms. Ekaterina EVSTRATOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Bioindicators using for monitoring condition of air are organisms or their parts that contain information about quality of the environment. The main criteria for choosing bioindicator which are suitable for characterization of atmospheric aerosols are ability to respond to variation in concentrations of elements, natural occurrence in the study region, possibility of sampling in a season, toleranc ... More
Presented by Mrs. Aneta KRAKOVSKA
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Objectives: The main purpose of the study is to evaluate the radiobiological effect of the dose rate changes in Leksell Gamma Knife (LGK) clinical conditions. In principle there are two reasons why dose rate on LGK is reduced during patient irradiation: 1) Co-60 sources decay with half-life of 5.26 years and 2) using multiple isocenters and conformal treatment plans (e.g. with blocked beams). Th ... More
Presented by Ms. Veronika PASTYKOVA
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Veronika PASTYKOVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:15
Session: Life Science
Presented by Mrs. Aneta KRAKOVSKA on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:00
Presented by Mr. Jan WóJCIK on 4 Oct 2017 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
We have found answers to many questions but what happened in the first second of our universe is still unknown. In order to recreate those first moments in the laboratory environment scientists have put a huge effort. One of the projects aiming at that is NICA ( Nuclotron-based Ion Collider Faсility ). It is designed to collide heavy ions in energy range which is sufficient to cover creation of b ... More
Presented by Mr. Jan WóJCIK
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The development of methods for the synthesis of complex nitrogen-containing molecules is of great importance, since the vast majority of natural compounds, including proteins, nucleic acids and most biologically active compounds, contain nitrogen. One such species, such as aminoalcohols, peptides, lactams, etc., is Mannich's reaction. Initially, this reaction gives ß-aminocarbonyl compounds from ... More
Presented by Mrs. Milana IBRAGIMOVA
Presented by Mrs. Milana IBRAGIMOVA
Presented by Mrs. Milana IBRAGIMOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 16:00
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Recently, after the discovery of the d∗(2380) two-baryon resonance(D03), a candidate for the true dibaryon, it has been found that the puzzling ABC effect is associated with its excitation. Therefore this phenomenon has attracted a particular attention. Here we present the observation of the ABC effect and D03 excitation in pd→pdππ reaction via meson exchange in coherent kinematics. An ex ... More
Presented by Mrs. Айнур Кунсафина on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
The paper presents results of various media influence on the degradation processes of FeNi nanostructures obtained by electrochemical synthesis. The dependence of the change in the degradation degree on acidity and residence time in the medium has been found. Using X-ray diffraction and energy dispersion analysis, it has been determined that the change in the parameters of the crystal structure ca ... More
Presented by Г-н. Artem KOZLOVSKIY on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. ABDEL MAGIED ABDEL AAL DIAB on 2 Oct 2017 at 16:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
In mean-field approximation, the SU(4) Polyakov linear-sigma model (PLSM) is constructed in order to characterize the quark-hadron phase structure in a wide range of temperatures and densities. The chiral condensates σl, σs and σc for light, strange and charm quarks, respectively, and the deconfinement order-parameters φ and φ∗ shall be analysed at finite temperatures and densities. We conc ... More
Presented by Mr. ABDEL MAGIED ABDEL AAL DIAB
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
A new material with fascinating properties was obtained. For the first time crystalline decatungstate with barium cation (+2) Ba(H2O)2C3H7NO3]2[W10O32]∙2C3H7NO was synthesized from aqueous dimethylformamide medium. The composition was confirmed by chemical analysis, IR- and Raman spectroscopy, electron absorption spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy. The first barium decatungstate wa ... More
Presented by Ms. Elena KRETOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Mr. Ilia ZHIZHIN on 4 Oct 2017 at 18:00
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
A search for narrow resonances in dimuon invariant mass spectra has been performed using data obtained from proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV with the CMS experiment at the LHC. No evidence for physics beyond standard model is found. Upper limits on the product of production cross section and branching fraction have also been obtained in a model-independent manner to enable interpretation in mode ... More
Presented by Mr. Ilia ZHIZHIN
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Experiments on synthesis and study of superheavy elements (Z ≥ 110) isotopes radioactive properties are conducted in the laboratory of nuclear reaction more than 20 years. Complete fusion reactions of accelerated 48Ca beam with heavy target nuclei are generally used. Superheavy elements isotopes (SHE) synthesize in the complete fusion reaction of heavy ions with target nuclei with followed neut ... More
Presented by Mrs. Mereigul TEZEKBAYEVA
Presented by Mrs. Mereigul TEZEKBAYEVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 16:45
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy is widely recognized as a high-sensitive method for applications in analytical chemistry, ecology, biomedicine and food industry. The noble metal surfaces with nanoscale roughness, so-called SERS-active substrates nessesary to use for optical signal enhancement. For SERS-substrates creation, it is very interesting and challenging to understand ... More
Presented by Dr. Egor KANIUKOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Presented by Dr. Egor KANIUKOV
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
In our work we study semileptonic decays of $B_c$ meson. We evaluated $B_{c}\rightarrow D(D^{\ast})$, $B_{c}\rightarrow D_s(D_s^{\ast})$ and $B_{c}\rightarrow \eta_{c}(J/\psi)$ transitions form factors in the full kinematical region within the covariant quark model. The calculated form factors are used to evaluate the semileptonic decays of $B_c$ meson and it was defined ratios ($R_{\eta_{c}}$, R ... More Presented by Mr. Aidos ISSADYKOV Presented by Dr. Aidos ISSADYKOV Presented by Dr. Aidos ISSADYKOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 16:30 Presented by Mr. Arturo RODRíGUEZ on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:00 Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics Sensitivities studies of color reconnection (CR) effects in ttbar underlying events in proton-proton collision at the LHC were performed for the fully leptonic and fully hadronic final states (FLFS and FHFS respectively) events. Effects of CR parameters were studied. Differences between predictions with and without CR were observed of ∼ 8 − 15% for the investigated observables, charged particl ... More Presented by Mr. Arturo RODRíGUEZ Type: Oral Track: Applied Research The objective of the thesis is the identification and assessment of hazards generated in the process of methanol storage. The object of the analysis is a hypothetical warehouse facility defined and designed for this thesis. Risk analysis enables to isolate major hazard events. Computer simulations of all the emergency scenario cases make it possible to estimate the effects and the results of the ... More Presented by Mr. Krzysztof KSIADZYNA Presented by Mr. Krzysztof KSIąDZYNA Presented by Mr. Krzysztof KSIąDZYNA on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:45 Type: Oral Track: Applied Research Accident analysis is one of the ways to improve safety level in nuclear power plants. Due to the fact that safety is still variable which has one of the most influence for two very important elements in the nuclear industry: public response and economy, increasing knowledge in this field is crucial for future reactors. Presented investigation have validation character for our porpoise. We want to ... More Presented by Mr. Mateusz MALICKI Presented by Mr. Mateusz MALICKI on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:15 Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics NOvA far detector is well suited for finding of exotic particles due to it’s technical opportunities. One kind of these exotic particles are the "slow" magnetic monopoles. Measurement of the expected signals from them has been made on the NoνA test bench at JINR. For the future has been proposed to develop the signal simulation of the "slow" mode (the slow monopoles velocity is ∼ 10−3 times ... More Presented by Mr. Alexander ANTOSHKIN Presented by Mr. Alexander ANTOSHKIN on 3 Oct 2017 at 14:45 Type: Oral Track: Information Technology Understanding of low-energy beam dynamics is crucial in construction of electron guns, ion sources and several other types of devices employed in nuclear physics. Apart from external guiding and focusing systems, a prominent role in evolution of non-relativistic high-density beams is played by particle-particle interaction. Numerical simulations taking into account all of these effects are typical ... More Presented by Mr. Alexey BOYTSOV Presented by Mr. Alexey BOYTSOV on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:00 Presented by Ms. Neha BHATNAGAR on 2 Oct 2017 at 16:00 Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics We investigate the transport properties of strongly coupled condensed matter system using gauge/gravity duality (holography). In this work we study real physical examples and explore their dynamics using their gravity dual system. Numerical results of conductivity of 1+1 dimensional system has been studied using the bottom up approach. Further we study the transport properties of the system with m ... More Presented by Ms. Neha BHATNAGAR Presented by Mrs. Madalina Mihaela MILOI on 4 Oct 2017 at 16:00 Presented by Ms. Nadezhda BELOZEROVA on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:15 Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics Manganites of perovskite type La1-xSrxMnO3 and spinel Cu0.7Zn0.3 Fe1.5Ga0.5O4 exhibit great variety of properties depending on the doping level and particle size. Such compounds are widely used in the manufacture of magnetic media for storing information, supersensitive magnetic field and temperature sensors. But apart from potential application, the complex manganites and spinel are attractive f ... More Presented by Ms. Nadezhda BELOZEROVA Type: Oral Session: Oral session: Theoretical Physics The classical description of the Standard Model of Particle Physics is rather complicated and it is not so easy to see hidden fundamental structures behind such description. On the other hand we know that theories like the General Relativity can be simply described using geometrical objects. It is a natural question if it is possible to find some purely geometric description of other gauge-like th ... More Presented by Mr. Arkadiusz BOCHNIAK on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:15 Type: Poster Session: Poster session We investigate strong decay of the Delta(1232)-isobar as three-quark system in the covariant quark model. We analytically, based on Fiertz transformation, prove that the three-quark current of baryon with quantum numbers J_P = 3/2^+ have the one possible form. The width of decay is calculated by fitting of the model's free parameter. Also we numerically computed strong form factor G_(Delta p p ... More Presented by Г-н. Жомарт Тюлемисов on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics The clusterization of fullerene C70 in different nitrogen-containing solvents associated with specific features of this class of solvents regarding the interaction with fullerenes. Solutions of fullerene C60 and C70 characterized by the evolution of their ultraviolet–visible, infrared and Raman spectra. This can be explained by effect to a great difference in the polarity of the liquid component ... More Presented by Mrs. Tetiana NAGORNA Presented by Mrs. Tetiana NAGORNA on 3 Oct 2017 at 14:30 Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics In the framework of the BECQUEREL Project in JINR the nuclear track emulsion (NTE) technique allowed one to investigate clustering of the nuclei Li, Be, B, C and N in their relativistic dissociation. With an unsurpassed spatial resolution (about 0.5 μm) NТE provides a complete observation of tracks starting from fission fragments and down to relativistic particles. Fragment tracks observed in NT ... More Presented by Mr. Andrew ZAITSEV Presented by Mr. Andrew ZAITSEV on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:45 Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics Presentation is devoted to the studying of the time characteristics of silicon strip detector and multi-channel front-end electronics TAMEX2. Such detector will be one of the EXPERT and Super-FRS setup modules in experiments at FAIR for investigation the properties of exotic nuclei. Presented by Mr. Ivan MUZALEVSKY Presentation is devoted to the studying of the time characteristics of silicon strip detector and multi-channel front-end electronics TAMEX2. Such detector will be one of the EXPERT and Super-FRS setup modules in experiments at FAIR for investigation the properties of exotic nuclei. Presented by Mr. Ivan MUZALEVSKY on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:30 Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics The goal of the Mu3e experiment is to search for the lepton flavor violation (LFV) decay μ→eee with an ultimate sensitivity of one in 1016 μ-decays, four orders of magnitude larger than previous searches. The sensitivity will be achieved by a novel experimental design, fully exploiting the potential of High Voltage Monolithic Active Pixel Sensors (HV-MAPS). Technology CAD (or Technology Comput ... More Presented by Ms. Annie MENESES GONZALEZ Presented by Ms. Annie MENESES GONZALEZ on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:15 Type: Poster Session: Poster session In case that the ionizing radiation is an inherent part of human life, there is the risk of radiation accidents, accompanied by explosions, fires and radionuclide emissions. This is dangerous not only due to radiation exposure, but also thermal burns, mechanical and chemical influences. Each of these component significantly burdens manifestations of acute radiation sickness, and increases the like ... More Presented by Mrs. Ekaterina CHESNAKOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Poster Session: Poster session The crystal and magnetic structures of the compound La0.5Ba0.5CoO3 were investigated by neutron diffraction at high pressures. It was found that the magnetic phase of this compound is resistant to pressure at pressures up to 4.6 GPa. Presented by Mr. Anton RUTKAUSKAS on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics The region of the chart of nuclei close to the doubly-magic nucleus 132Sn has been the object of great interest in both experimental and theoretical investigations for the last several years. This activity is well-motivated by the fact that nuclei with large neutron excess are an ideal playground to verify the reliability of shell model predictions for nuclei far from stability. The crossing of th ... More Presented by Ms. Monika PIERSA Presented by Ms. Monika PIERSA on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Poster Session: Poster session The aim of the work is a theoretical study of Coulomb breakup of halo nuclei in the framework of a non-stationary quantum-mechanical approach.The Coulomb breakup of halo nuclei is one of the main tools in studying the properties of halo nuclei and provides useful information about the halo structure [1]. A theoretical study of exotic nuclei by quantum-mechanical approach is relevant in connection ... More Presented by Mr. Dinara VALIOLDA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics Femtoscopic correlations are a great tool to investigate the shape of the emission source as well as the interactions between particles produced in the heavy-ion collisions. The shape of the baryon-(anti)baryon correlation function is affected by the size of the source, strong and Coulomb interactions and quantum statistics. In addition, baryons may come from decays of heavier particles, which wil ... More Presented by Mr. Jeremi NIEDZIELA Presented by Mr. Jeremi NIEDZIELA on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:45 Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics In the present study the effects of swift heavy ion (SHI) irradiation on the surface and structural properties of potassium-doped glassy carbon has been examined. The glassy carbon samples have been irradiated with 167 MeV Xe26+ ions to fluences of 6×1011, 1×1012, 6×1012, 1×1013, 3×1013, 6×1013, and 1×1014 ions/cm2. The X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Raman spectroscopy and X-ray di ... More Presented by Dr. Zoran JOVANOVIć Presented by Dr. Zoran JOVANOVIĆ on 2 Oct 2017 at 16:45 Type: Oral Track: Applied Research Spider silk (SS) is a biopolymer that outperforms some of the strongest natural or man-made materials known. Fibers of Pholcus phalangioides spider were used as a template for obtaining SS coated with superparamagnetic maghemite nanoparticles (γ-Fe2O3 NPs) – strong composite fiber responsible in a magnetic field. The material was synthesized by one-pot precipitation technique. X-ray diffraction ... More Presented by Svetlana DMITROVIC Presented by Ms. Svetlana DMITROVIC on 2 Oct 2017 at 18:00 Presented by Ms. Svetlana DMITROVIC Session: Life Science Presented by Dr. Ilya KOROLKOV on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Poster Session: Poster session Despite the success of radiation and chemotherapy of cancer, the problem of patient treatment with various forms of malignant neoplasms (multiform glioblastomas of the brain, gliomas, melanomas, their metastases and etc.) is still far from being solved, since all these types of treatment, as a rule, can damage sound as well as tumor tissues. One of the most perspective methods of selective damage ... More Presented by Mr. Yevgeniy GORIN on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics Without shell magnetite nanoparticles are unstable and toxic under physiological conditions, and also difficult for functionalization. In order to eliminate these shortcomings, we have coated the surface of low-frequency magnetite with gold, which ensures their stability, minimizes the toxicity of particles, and also forms strong covalent bonds with sulfur-containing ligands, which ensures the sim ... More Presented by Ms. Dinara TULEBAYEVA Presented by Ms. Dinara TULEBAYEVA on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Poster Session: Poster session This paper considers the technology of synthesizing thin-film coatings based on compounds with different elemental compositions by the electrochemical deposition. The structural features of the obtained coatings were analyzed using SEM and X-ray diffraction methods, and their chemical composition was studied by the EDS. There was the dependence of the physicochemical characteristics of samples on ... More Presented by Mr. Malik KALYEKPEROV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics Bimetallic nanostructures received a lot of attention because of their modified properties compared to their monometallic counterparts. They perform a simple combination of properties associated with their individual counterparts, as well as many exciting new properties with a combination of several functions. Among all materials, FeNi nanostructures in various structural forms attract considerabl ... More Presented by Мадина Уразаева, Г-н. Артем Козловский Presented by Мадина Уразаева on 2 Oct 2017 at 18:15 Presented by Madina URAZAEVA Type: Oral Session: Oral session: Condensed Matter Physics Track: Condensed Matter Physics Investigation of neutron-induced nuclear reactions is very important for fundamental and applied nuclear physics. In particular, the reaction of inelastic scattering of 14 MeV neutrons on nuclei is used for detection of illegal and dangerous substances with the help of the tagged neutron method. Accurate data on the cross sections and angular distributions of the reaction products are needed both, ... More Presented by Mr. Nikita FEDOROV on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:45 Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics Magnetic nano structured materials have huge interest because of their unique properties. The most widely studied magnetic nanoparticles is magnetite Fe3O4, which has great physical properties such as half metallic properties and strong spin polarization at room temperature. Moreover, its magnetic properties can be adjusted in size and shape. Therefore, Fe3O4 is applied in tunneling magnetoresista ... More Presented by Ms. Assel YERMEKOVA Type: Poster Session: Poster session The Multi-Purpose Detector (MPD) is designed to study heavy-ion collisions at the Nuclotron-based heavy Ion Collider fAcility (NICA) at JINR. Theory predicts that at the energy density above 1 GeV/fm³ the nuclear matter undergoes a phase transition to the state of deconned quark and gluons - Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP). Such energy densities are released in head-on collisions of heavy ions at ... More Presented by Mr. Vladislav CHEPURNOV, Mr. Aleksey BAZHAZHIN on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Poster Session: Poster session A new technology of obtaining bioactive and bioresorbable ceramics was developed. Investigations of the influence of the initial components, the order of mixing of solutions, pH, synthesis temperature and the heat treatment of precipitates isolated from solutions by the method of co-precipitation are carried out. Optimum conditions are revealed and the technologies of obtaining of single-phase of ... More Presented by Ms. Anna MEDVED on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics NOvA experiment was built to study oscillation parameters – mass hierarchy, CP-violation phase in the lepton sector and θ23 octant – via νe appearance and νµ disappearance modes in both neutrino and antineutrino beams. New NOvA test bench was planned to construct at JINR. The main goal of this bench is to measure the NOvA scintillator properties namely α/β discrimination and Birk’s coe ... More Presented by Mrs. Daria VELIKANOVA Presented by Mrs. Daria VELIKANOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 14:30 Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics Simulating with GEANT4 of anti-Compton shield containing eight BGO scintillators that works on anti-coincidence with HpGe detector was presented. The coefficient value of Compton tail suppression on ^{60} $Co spectrum was taken by simulating and from experiment. Comparing results of experimental data with simulating were presented. The influence of anti-coincidence inclusion on the detector effi ... More Presented by Г-н. Нурбек Турсунбаев Presented by Г-н. Нурбек Турсунбаев Presented by Г-н. Нурбек Турсунбаев on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:15 Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics High-energy heavy-ion collision experiments provide the unique possibility to create and investigate extreme states of strongly-interacted matter and address the fundamental aspects of QCD. The experimental investiganion the QCD phase diagram would be a major breakthrough in our understanding of the properties of nuclear matter. The reconstruction of the charged particles created in the nuclear co ... More Presented by Mr. Petr KHARLAMOV Presented by Mr. Petr KHARLAMOV on 4 Oct 2017 at 14:30 Type: Poster Session: Poster session The pseudogap (PG) state in underdoped cuprates remains the key mystery for the understanding of those compounds. A number of recent experiments have highlighted a remarkable transformation of a large cuprate Fermi surface into small pockets in the underdoped region signalling a breakdown of a conventional Fermi liquid theory in the PG phase. A few phenomenological models have been recently put ... More Presented by Mr. Ilya IVANTSOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Presented by Dr. Konstantin GERTSENBERGER on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:30 Type: Oral Track: Information Technology Today the use of databases is a prerequisite for qualitative management and unified access to the data of modern high-energy physics experiments. The report describes the developed Unified Database designed as comprehensive relational data storage of the BM@N experiment at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research. The BM@N experiment is the fixed target experiment at the extracted Nuclotron beam o ... More Presented by Dr. Konstantin GERTSENBERGER Presented by Ms. Assel YERMEKOVA on 2 Oct 2017 at 18:00 Presented by Ms. Assel YERMEKOVA Presented by Mr. Maciej CHOLEWINSKI on 2 Oct 2017 at 14:30 Type: Oral Track: Applied Research Poland is nowadays undergoing the stage of reorganisation of its power sector. In order to cover new environmental policy, several renewable energy sources (i.e. wind turbines, biomass plants) have been already introduced as well as more efficient conventional technologies (using fossil fuels – coals, natural gas). Importantly, to fully adjust to strict national emission levels and simultaneousl ... More Presented by Mr. Maciej CHOLEWIńSKI Type: Poster Session: Poster session The evolution of single particle states and the related tendencies occurring for the classic magic numbers N=20 and N=28 were investigated for the even-even silicon (Z=14) and sulfur (Z=16) isotopes. In order to define the single particle energies for the stable isotopes of Si the set of pickup and stripping reactions data was analyzed [1, 2]. The single particle energies for the exotic isotopes ... More Presented by Ms. Maria MARKOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics JUNO is the reactor antineutrino experiment utilizing 20 kilotons liquid scintillator detector. The main goal of the experiment is to provide a determination of the neutrino mass hierarchy at the confidence level of 3-4 standard deviations. The carbon-14 is the natural radioactive isotope that is present in the liquid scintillator. A study of the degradation of the JUNO sensitivity to the neutrin ... More Presented by Mr. Konstantin TRESKOV Presented by Г-н. Konstantin TRESKOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:30 Presented by Mr. Michal ORLINSKI on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:45 Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics The most important information of various nuclear systems is knowledge of accurate neutron flux spectrum. However it is impossible to directly measure the neutron radiation and moreover, it is extremely difficult to take measurements for complex nuclear systems over the unusually high level of radiation. The above factors led us to develop indirect methods of neutron energy distribution assessment ... More Presented by Mr. Michal ORLINSKI Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics The neutron emission of the β-decay of 74,76,78,80Ni are studied with the Skyrme interaction taking into account the tensor terms. Calculations are performed within the quasiparticle random phase approximation. The coupling between one- and two-phonon terms in the wave functions of the low-energy 1+ states of the daughter nuclei is taken into account. It is shown that the strength decrease of the ... More Presented by Evgenii SUSHENOK Presented by Mr. Evgenii SUSHENOK on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:00 Type: Poster Session: Poster session Introduction. The emergence and treatment of radiation injuries is an extremely difficult problem despite the improvement of methods and technologies of radiotherapy. A few available drugs do not provide a satisfactory solution of this problem due to its high toxicity and low tolerance for oncological patients. In this regard, absolutely new approaches to the development of effective prevention of ... More Presented by Alina SAMSONOVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Type: Poster Session: Poster session Currently, intensive development of science and technology related to the manufacture of nanostructured materials. High interest in this area and its demand associated with unique properties that exhibit material on the nanometer scale. It was determined that ultra-small elementary material particles possess unique mechanical, optical, magnetic and electronic properties compared with the material ... More Presented by Mrs. Kamila YEGIZBEK on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Presented by Г-н. Kuanysh NAZAROV on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:30 Type: Oral Track: Applied Research One of the most important tasks of archeology and other human sciences is comprehensive study of the cultural heritage items, which takes us into the deep past and allows understanding the formation and development of civilizations and ethnic groups. The special value and uniqueness of such items requires application of advanced nondestructive methods for their studies [1.2]. One of such methods i ... More Presented by Mr. Kuanysh NAZAROV Presented by Mrs. Magdalena WIERZBICKA on 2 Oct 2017 at 17:15 Type: Oral Track: Applied Research Safirinium P are the fluorescent derivtives of 2,2-dialkyl-5,7-dimethyl-2,3-dihydro-[1,2,4]triazolo[4,3-a]pyridin-2-ium chlorides and Safirinium Q of their quinoline analogues, discovered by Sączewski et al. Thanks to the presence of quarternary ammonium salt, they may find an application in ionization tagging in mass spectrometry. We incorporated the Safinium systems in various peptides and ubiq ... More Presented by Mrs. Magdalena WIERZBICKA Type: Poster Session: Poster session In this paper the idea of the cooperation between Tricity district heating system and first Polish nuclear power plant is presented and discussed. NCHP (eng. Nuclear Combined Heat and Power) system, mainly due to the presence of the relatively large centres of population (Gdansk-Gdynia-Sopot area, Slupsk), seems to be applicable in the close vicinity of the forthcoming first nuclear power plant in ... More Presented by Mr. Maciej CHOLEWINSKI on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Presented by Mr. Sergey SOKOLOV Presented by Mr. Sergey SOKOLOV on 3 Oct 2017 at 15:45 Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics The search for possible existance of sterile neutrinos is one of the main directions of modern experimental particle physics. This report contains the results obtained in the "Troitsk nu-mass" experiment in recent years (including the best direct upper limit on electron neutrino mass) and plans for future measurements in this experiment. Presented by Dr. Alexander NOZIK Presented by Dr. Alexander NOZIK on 4 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Presented by Mr. Mikhail ZELENYI on 4 Oct 2017 at 15:15 Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics In processing data from physical experiments, the problem of reconstructing the spectrum from the results of an action on this spectrum of an integral operator often arises. However, this problem is ill-posed according to Hadamard's definition and requires regularization. In this report we have considered the statistical regularization of Turchin, based on the Bayesian approach to the regularizati ... More Presented by Mr. Mikhail ZELENYI Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics Analysis of the associated production of a Standard Model Higgs boson with the W-boson and decay into a pair of bb quarks was carried out. For the analysis used data from ATLAS experiment, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 36.1 fb −1 , were collected in proton-proton collisions in Run 2 of the Large Hadron Collider at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. Final states are considered tha ... More Presented by Mr. Faig AHMADOV Presented by Mr. Faig AHMADOV on 4 Oct 2017 at 16:45 Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics The depletion problem describes the evolution of the nuclide composition over time. The formation of new isotopes can take place due to a natural radioactive decay or due to nuclear reactions induced by neutrons (or other particle). The depletion problem is described by the first-order differential equation known as Bateman equations. This problem can be solved by using the linear chain approach w ... More Presented by Mr. Przemyslaw STANISZ Presented by Mr. Przemyslaw STANISZ on 4 Oct 2017 at 16:45 Presented by Valeriya KHOMUTOVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Presented by Mr. Tommaso CARZANIGA on 5 Oct 2017 at 17:00 Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors Research in radioisotope production is carried on at the cyclotron laboratory at the Bern University Hospital (Inselspital). The laboratory is equipped with an IBA 18 MeV medical cyclotron, 4 liquid targets for routine F-18 production, a compact solid target station with pneumatic transport system to the hot cells, and a 6 m long research Beam Transport Line (BTL) bringing the beam to a second ... More Presented by Mr. Tommaso CARZANIGA Type: Poster Session: Poster session Obtaining of nanoscrolls and few-layer graphenes by sonication of triple graphite nitrate cointercalation compounds (GNCC) in liquid media was investigated. Graphite nitrates sequentially cointercalated with ethyl formate and acetic acid as well as ethyl formate and ethyl acetate were used as source of carbon nanoparticles. Spontaneous bloating of particles for these compounds has been observed in ... More Presented by Ms. Yuliya BERESTNEVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30 Presented by Mr. Ilyas ISHMUKHAMEDOV on 2 Oct 2017 at 15:30 Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics We calculate tunneling rates of two interacting atoms confined in an anharmonic trap. We consider the ground and excited states with respect to relative and center-of-mass motions and observe a monotonic and non-monotonic behavior of the tunneling rates as a function of the coupling strength. The origin of a such behavior lies in an initial wave-packet distribution. We also find that the only poss ... More Presented by Mr. Ilyas ISHMUKHAMEDOV Type: Oral Track: Applied Research Thanks to superconducting technology, even in small laboratories, there is possibility of using strong magnetic fields. Electromagnets made of HTS tape second generation give ability to work in temperature of liquid nitrogen. Technology of their construction however is complex. The most common construting method is to join parts of HTS electromagnet by resistive components. Losses of energy on thi ... More Presented by Krzysztof MALINOWSKI Presented by Krzysztof MALINOWSKI on 2 Oct 2017 at 16:45 Presented by Dias KEREIBAY on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:30 Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors The promising of further increasing accuracy of experiments, devoted to measure neutron lifetime, can be related to use the method of storage UCN in trap with small loses and account for neutron losses, way registered flux thermalized neutrons from wall of trap. For planning this experiment, was considered the several possible geometries of thermal neutron detectors. It is shown that using the add ... More Presented by Dias KEREIBAY Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics Nowadays we spend a lot of time for calculation n-dimensional integrals, using different methods, like Monte-Carlo and Gauss methods. Computations by these methods expend a lot of computer resources, which is leading to the problem of golden mean between computing speed and resource employment. In our research work we studied a new method for calculation n-dimensional integrals, which is based on ... More Presented by Mr. Dmitrii MELNITSKII Presented by Mr. Dmitrii MELNITSKII on 4 Oct 2017 at 14:30 Type: Oral Track: Life Science The most deleterious DNA lesions induced by ionizing radiation are clustered DNA double-strand breaks (DSB). Clustered DNA damage is a combination of a few simple lesions, within one or two DNA helix turns, created by the passage of a single radiation track. While the repair pathways of simple DNA lesions are sufficiently well studied, the mechanisms of clustered DNA damage repair haven’t yet be ... More Presented by Ms. Elena KRUGLYAKOVA Session: Life Science Presented by Ms. Elena KRUGLYAKOVA on 5 Oct 2017 at 15:00 Type: Poster Session: Poster session Nuclear structure and composition in ultra-strong magnetic fields relevant for heavy-ion collisions, supernovae and magnetar crusts are analyzed. For field intensities exceeding 0.1 {\it teratesla} (TT) nuclear magnetic response is represented as combined reactivity of valent outer shell nucleons, exhibits linear regime up to a strength of 10~TT and exceeds significantly nuclear$g-\$factor. The ... More
Presented by Mrs. Ulkhanym NURTAYEVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Liver plays an important role in metabolism and detoxification. It is prone to injury due to various etiologies. The common mechanism among them is generating reactive oxygen species (ROS) which lead to the depletion of body’s stores of anti-oxidants. In this work, extracts of clove and honey were tested; in vitro for free radical scavenging by DPPH and in vivo using CCl4-induced liver injury mo ... More
Presented by Mr. Mohamad TAHA ABDELRAHMAN
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Knowledge of neutron energy spectra is very important because neutrons with various energies have a different material impact or a biological tissue impact. This paper presents basic results of the neutron flux distribution inside the new experimental research stand SVICKA which is located at Brno University of Technology in Brno, Czech Republic. The goal of the experiment was to obtain basic info ... More
Presented by Mr. Jan VARMUZA
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
В спектральной области 25÷106 Гц методом импедансной спектроскопии измерены частотные зависимости компонент полного комплексного импеданса и исследованы релаксационные процессы в кристаллахTlSи TlS до, и после гамма обл ... More
Presented by Ms. Nurana ALIYEVA on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30
Type: Poster Session: Poster session
Эффективное использование геотермальных вод Азербайджана 1В.М. Аббасов, 2А.Дж. Микаилова, 2Ф.Ю. Гумбатов, 3С.М. Нуруев 1Институт Нефтехимических Процессов имени академика Юсифа Мамедалиева НАНА, пр. Ходжалы 3, AZ 1025, Баку ... More
Presented by Mrs. Amina MIKAYILOVA, Mr. Сабухи Нуруев on 3 Oct 2017 at 17:30