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Presented by Ms. Shushanik TOROSYAN on 26 Apr 2018 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
A new service - HLIT-VDI -- has been developed for shared use of applied software packages on the HybriLIT cluster using GUI (graphical user interface). By means of this service, it is now possible to work with applied software packages such as Wolfram Mathematica, Maple, MATLAB, Geant4, etc. via remote access to the virtual machines (VM) in the framework of the HybriLIT cluster. The developed ser ... More
Presented by Ms. Shushanik TOROSYAN
Type: Poster Track: High Energy Physics
At the moment underwater neutrino telescope NT-1000 is being created at Lake Baikal. It will consist of 8 individual subdetectors - clusters of strings, 2 of them have already operated in real data accumulation regime and have 576 large area photodetectors. A main fraction of events in the detector comes from atmospheric muon flux. On the one hand, atmospheric muons are the major background for h ... More
Presented by Ms. Tokzhan ORAZGALI
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Nowadays whole variety of electronic gadgets surround us in everyday life. Electricity-driven cars are being taken over the modern car industry. All of them rely strongly on the electrochemical energy storage devices. In the batteries and accumulators, one of the main part that governs their performance is the solid electrolyte material that separates the electrodes and provides the ion migration. ... More
Presented by Mr. Pavel ZOLOTAREV
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
In modern models based on runway breakdown and created for explaining initiation of lighting and TGF phenomenon, there has been a strong emphasis on peak of positron annihilation in observed gamma-ray spectra. This observation used as evidence importance of positron feedback in thunderstorms. But in this report, we give some result of Monte-Carlo simulations speaking about weak influence of posi ... More
Presented by Mr. Mikhail ZELENYI
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: Poster Track: Life Science
Due to human nature social interactions are playing important role throughout human life. But there are differences in human degree of sociality. Whereas one part of people enjoys an active social life and doesn’t have many problems with social interactions another part avoids social interactions and have difficulty in dealing with people. Previous studies have shown that the oxytocin system pla ... More
Presented by Mr. Artem RUSAKOVICH
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Nowadays two linear electron-positron colliders (CLIC and ILC) are being prepared for construction. The main task of which will be detailed investigations of the physics within and beyond the Standard Model. The FCAL collaboration is testing prototype detectors for the new linear e+e- colliders. One of the forward region detectors is the electromagnetic calorimeter LumiCal. Currently, the processi ... More
Presented by Mr. Evgeniy LUTSENKO
Presented by Mr. Evgeniy LUTSENKO on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:30
Type: Poster Track: Information Technology
Simulation of the IV - characteristics of the system of coupled Josephson junctions 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 the syst ... More
Presented by Mrs. Adiba RAHMONOVA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
S. Pirogov, S. Levenez, S. Smolyansky We consider the problem of radiation from the electron-positron plasma (EPP) created in the focus spot of the colliding superpower laser beams. For this aim we construct the BBGKI chain of the kinetic equations in the quasiparticle representation limeted by the annihilation and bremsstrhlung channels in the photon sector of the theory. Decoupling proced ... More
Presented by Mr. Stanislav PIROGOV
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Neutron resonance capture analysis is based on the registration of neutron resonances in radiative capture and the measurement of the yield of reaction products in the resonances. The resonance energies are known for practically all stable nuclei, and the set of energies does not coincide completely for any pair of isotopes. It allows determining the isotope composition. To test the capabilities o ... More
Presented by Ms. Saltanat MAZHEN
Presented by Mrs. Agnieszka OCHMAN on 23 Apr 2018 at 15:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Nuclear experimental facilities are sensitive to thermal variation and fluctuation of temperature, which can lead to unstable work and emergency situation. One of the idea to solve those problems is utilization of phase change materials (PCM). In the first part of article, the authors introduce PCM topic: describe types of PCM, thermal and chemical properties, advantages and disadvantages of parti ... More
Presented by Mrs. Agnieszka OCHMAN
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
The validation of a pre-column derivatization procedure with diethyl ethoxymethylenemalonate (DEEMM) to the determination of the amino acid content by RP-HPLC with diode array detector (at 280 nm) in food samples was carried out. The analytical parameters: linearity (0.01–4 μg/ml), precision of the method (0.26–4.88% relative standard deviation), derivatization procedure (0.82–2.80% relativ ... More
Presented by Dr. Aichurok MAZHITOVA
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
A molecular dynamics (MD) simulation was employed using the DL_POLY 2.20 code to investigate the effects of Li concentration, temperature and diffusion behaviour of Li ions in TiO2 bulk nanostructures. The TiO2 bulk with different concentrations of Li were recrystallised, cooled then heated at increased temperatures. Recrystallization was confirmed by configurational energy time graph and the cool ... More
Presented by Ms. Blessing N. RIKHOTSO
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
The study of β -delayed proton emission from exotic nuclei is a very important tool to investigate the structure of such nuclei. This method has been successfully used for studying neutron-deficient nuclei, specially those that lie close to proton drip-line. However, this phenomenon is expected to happen also for some neutron-rich nuclei following their β decay. One of these is Be-11. To date, ... More
Presented by Ms. Natalia SOKOłOWSKA
Presented by Mrs. Natalia SOKOLOWSKA on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
M. Stepaniuk1, A. Fijałkowska1, M. Karny1, Ch. Rasco2, W. Bielewski1 1Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, PL 00-681 Warsaw, Poland 2Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee 37996, USA Beta decay is one of the fundamental transformations of atomic nuclei. If energetically permitted, neutrons emitted after beta decay are called beta delayed neu ... More
Presented by Mr. Michał STEPANIUK
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
When approaching the proton drip-line, beta-delayed particle spectroscopy becomes a very important tool for understanding the structure of atomic nuclei. In fact, so far from the beta-stability line, particle emission from highly excited states in the daughter nuclei becomes extremely competitive to deexcitation via gamma emission, since the Q-value gets large. Neutron-deficient silicon isot ... More
Presented by A. A. CIEMNY
Presented by Mr. Adam KUBIELA on 26 Apr 2018 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Helium-8 is a nucleus with the largest neutron-to-proton ratio among all known nuclei. Therefore, studying this nucleus can provide valuable information concerning structure of neutron-rich nuclei. Studies of beta decay of 8He [1,2,3] as well as 8He(p,n)8Li [4] reaction provided information about the decay scheme, especially about the strength of the Gamow-Teller transitions to 8Li states. Howe ... More
Presented by Mr. Adam KUBIELA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We investigate the system of two dipoles, that are restricted to move in a plane. Such a model simulates the polar molecules interacting in one layer of a pancake-shaped optical trap. In order to study the bound states of two dipoles the proposed numerical algorithm for calculation of the energy spectrum of a 2D two-particle system with an anisotropic interaction [JETP 125 №1, 35 (2017)] is appl ... More
Presented by Mr. Eugene KOVAL
Presented by Mr. Eugene KOVAL on 23 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
One of the most important problems of data processing in high energy and nuclear physics is the event reconstruction. Its main part is the track reconstruction procedure which consists in looking for all tracks that elementary particles leave when they pass through a detector among a huge number of points, so-called hits, produced when flying particles fire detector coordinate planes. Furthermore, ... More
Presented by Mr. Pavel GONCHAROV
Presented by Mr. Pavel GONCHAROV on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:45
Type: Poster
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Presented by Mr. Tung NGUYEN
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Emittance scans are short van der Meer type scans performed at the beginning and at the end of LHC fills. The beams are scanned against each other in X and Y planes in 7 displacement steps. These scans are used for LHC diagnostics and since 2017 for a cross check of the CMS luminosity calibration. An XY pair of scans takes around 3 minutes. The BRIL project provides to LHC three independent online ... More
Presented by Dr. Olena KARACHEBAN
Presented by Ms. Olena KARACHEBAN on 25 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
In recent years, hyaluronic acid (HA) has emerged as a promising candidate for biomedical applications mainly in areas of tissue engineering and drug delivery systems. Hyaluronic acid is a ubiquitous linear polysaccharide endowed with some exceptional physicochemical properties, such as high biocompatibility and biodegradability, strong hydration and viscoelasticity that depend on the size of the ... More
Presented by Ms. Anna LIEROVA
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Anna LIEROVA on 25 Apr 2018 at 16:30
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
NA61/SHINE (SPS Heavy Ion and Neutrino Experiment) is a fixed-target experiment operating at the CERN SPS accelerator. The main goal of the Collaboration is to study the properties of the phase transition between confined matter and quark-gluon plasma by performing a two-dimensional scan of the phase diagram of strongly interacting matter. Within this program, collisions of different systems (p+p, ... More
Presented by Mr. Wojciech BRYLINSKI
Presented by Mr. Wojciech BRYLINSKI on 25 Apr 2018 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Every year over 3,000 women in Poland hear the diagnosis of ovarian cancer and this number keeps growing. Despite the rapid development of medicine including diagnostic techniques the situation doesn't change much. It stimulates the research of newer and faster diagnosis and treatment methods of the cancer. The medicine reaches out to the other branches of science and technology to approach this p ... More
Presented by Ms. Aleksandra ŚWIERCZ
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
The report provides information about a motivation and current progress on an creation of the cloud infrastructure of Institute of Nuclear Physics (INP) Astana branch and it's integration into distributed cloud infrastructure deployed on the basis of the resources of the Laboratory of Information Technologies of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (LIT JINR) and some organizations from its Me ... More
Presented by Ms. Yelena MAZHITOVA
Presented by Ms. Yelena MAZHITOVA on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Promising materials to create magnetic nanostructures for wide range applications from biomedicine to elements of electronic devices is iron and nickel alloys (permalloy as well) due to its high saturation magnetization and low coercivity in comparison with the value for pure ferromagnetic metals as Ni and Fe. In this work FeNi nanotubes with diameters of 380 nm, wall thickness of 110 nm were synt ... More
Presented by Ms. Alena SHUMSKAYA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Three nucleon system(triton) was considered. Relativistic properties of this system were investigated. For this relativistic generalization of Faddeev approach was used. As two particle T-matrix which contained in relativistic Faddeev equation we used solution of Bethe-Salpeter equation. So eventually we had Bethe-Salpeter-Faddeev(BSF) equation for describe three nucleon system. As potential of n ... More
Presented by Mr. Sergey YUREV
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We present a systematic investigation of the cosmological constant effects in compact stars in the framework of Einstein's gravity. Consideration of a cosmological constant $\Lambda$ in compact stars is based on the mechanism of acceleration of the universe, where $\Lambda$ plays the role of dark energy. In particular, we consider compact star mass twins, hybrid neutron stars that populate both th ... More
Presented by Ms. Noshad KHOSRAVI LARGANI
Presented by Ms. Noshad KHOSRAVI LARGANI on 24 Apr 2018 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
This paper describes recent results obtained with a compact 2.45 GHz ECR Ion Source at the ECR ion sources test bench. The source was tested for production of helium and hydrogen ions with different configurations of UHF coupler, UHF power and frequency. At the extraction voltage about of 10 kV and UHF power about of 100 W more than 500 µA of He + ions were produced with the extraction hole of 3 ... More
Presented by Mr. Riyaz FATKULLIN
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
At the Laboratory of Radiation Biology, JINR, early and delayed mutagenic effects of ionizing radiation exposure are studied in mammalian cells. We studied the effect of 60Co γ-radiation (2 and 5 Gy) on V79 Chinese hamster cells. A chromosome aberration assay was conducted at different times after exposure (3 h — 40 days). The maximum yield of cells with chromosome aberrations and the highest t ... More
Presented by Daria PETROVA
Presented by Dr. Roman EREMIN on 23 Apr 2018 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Nowadays, the most of the 'green' technologies, such as power stations based on renewable energy sources and electromobiles, require new types of low-cost and at the same time large-scale energy storage systems. In turn, Li-ion batteries do not meet these requirements because of their high price and short maintenance interval. For this reason, searching for possible alternatives that are based on ... More
Presented by Dr. Roman EREMIN
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
The present work is devoted to the description of quasi-neutron structure of odd isotones in chains with N=149, N=151, N=153. The minimization of potential surface with respect to collective parameters was carried out in order to define ground states and describe low lying quasi-neutron states in the frame of two center shell model. The blocking effect was taken into account as well, transition pr ... More
Presented by Ms. Maria MARKOVA
Presented by Ms. Maria MARKOVA on 26 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Studies of β-delayed proton emission is very important tool to investigate exotic, neutron-deficient nuclei. Information provided by this kind of research are important to understand some astrophysical phenomena, like rp process. Experimental studies of β-delayed proton emission from S-27 and P-26 have been performed at the ACCULINNA separator, JINR, Dubna, in December 2015. The goal of th ... More
Presented by Ms. Natalia SOKOłOWSKA
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Nowadays, one of the priority areas is the studying of defect formation processes and their subsequent evolution in nanomaterials after treatment of nanostructures with ionizing radiation. At the same time, the study of radiation-resistant nanomaterials and the creation of new functional devices by modification with ion beams require a comprehensive understanding and prediction of models for the f ... More
Presented by Dr. Artem KOZLOVSKIY
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
The science and technology of hadron therapy is under development at JINR(Dub na, Russia). a compact 70 MeV/u cyclotronused as an injector to the main 400MeV/u accelerator, which is a six-fold separated sector machine. The facility is intended for generation of protons and carbon beams. The H+2 and 12C6+ ions from the corresponding ECR ion sources are transported with 3 solenoids and 1 bunche ... More
Presented by Mr. Fazel TAFT
Presented by Mr. Fazel TAFT on 25 Apr 2018 at 16:30
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
The report represents a project of an in-orbit detector for measuring energy spectra of protons (10-100 MeV) and electrons (below 10 MeV) in solar wind. The study is intended to minimize mass and overall dimensions of the detector. Reconstruction algorythm of spectras in integral detecting mode is based on Turchin’s method of statistical regularization was developed.
Presented by Mr. Egor STADNICHUK
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Within the framework of the TANGRA (TAgged Neutrons and Gamma-RAys) project at the Frank Neutron Physics Laboratory, JINR works to study inelastic scattering of 14.1 MeV neutrons on nuclei of various elements are being carried out. To process and simulate the experimental data, a software module was created in the GEANT4 package, which allows calculation of the interaction of fast neutrons with v ... More
Presented by Mrs. Saltanat DABYLOVA
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
At the JINR FLNP, on the basis on the linear electron accelerator with an energy of up to 50 MeV, an IREN facility was created for research in the field of neutron physics. To perform various tasks, it is necessary to measure the neutron flux density in a wide range of energies - from thermal to fast. This problem is solved by the method of neutron activation analysis by means of gamma spectroscop ... More
Presented by Г-а. Гулбаршын Канагатова
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The current deuteron beam polarimetry at Nuclotron is provided by the Internal Target polarimeter based on the use of the asymmetry in dp- elastic scattering at large angles in the cms at 270 MeV. The upgraded deuteron beam polarimeter has been used to obtain the vector and tensor polarization during 2016/2017 runs for the DSS experimental program. The polarimeter has been used also for tuning of ... More
Presented by Mr. Yaroslav SKHOMENKO
Presented by Mr. Sergey SOKOLOV on 25 Apr 2018 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
The paper deals with creation the first prototype of the new signal synchronization system of the injection complex. The text describes a new scheme for the collection and distribution of signals needed to synchronize many devices of the linear accelerators HILac and new LiLac. Much attention is given to problems of the development of electronic equipment. The following modules are considere ... More
Presented by Mr. Ilya SHIRIKOV
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The morphology of swift heavy ion induced latent tracks in ceramic materials continue to stay one of the most attracting problems in radiation materials science. This is due to the high potential for the use of energetic heavy ions for materials properties modification, the formation of nanostructures and the simulation of the effects of fission fragments and cosmic radiation in structural materia ... More
Presented by Alisher MUTALI
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Modern accelerators are made with high-field superconducting dipole, quadrupoles and sextupoles that exhibit unintentional imperfections of the guiding field-shape due to construction tolerances, persistent currents and magnetic saturation. This deviation from linearity has a profound influence on the beam dynamics. In this work the research of nonlinear beam dynamics for the NICA booster was carr ... More
Presented by Olha KAZINOVA
Presented by Olha KAZINOVA on 25 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
We present the results of numerical study of the phase dynamics of the DC-SQUID with topologically trivial and nontrivial barriers. The current-voltage characteristics are calculated. The dependence of the return current and critical current on the magnitude of the magnetic field and on the ratio of current components (2π-periodic Cooper pairs and 4π-periodic Majorana fermions) is found. The qua ... More
Presented by Mr. Toktar BELGIBAYEV
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Nanocrystalline SnO2 thin films were deposited onto glass substrates by spray pyrolysis. The effects of concentration of tin salt, on structural, electrical and optical properties of the SnO2 thin films have been investigated in order to optimize the gas sensing performance. Films were characterized by XRD, FESEM, TEM and UV-visible spectroscopy techniques. SnO2 thin films obtained under optimized ... More
Presented by Mr. Ganesh PATIL
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Investigation of the QCD phase transition at finite temperature has been studied by using an infrared effective dual version of QCD, where QCD-monopole condensation plays an essential role on the nonperturbative dynamics in the infrared region. Utilizing the path-integral formalism, dual QCD has also been extended to the thermal domain by undertaking the mean field approach. The effective potenti ... More
Presented by Ms. Garima PUNETHA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Perturbation in the hot QCD plasma generates collective excitations/modes, known as plasmons. These modes are crucial as they contribute to the dynamical evolution of the expanding quark-gluon plasma medium. There has been a number of attempts to understand the dynamical behaviour of the quark-gluon plasma, created out of the heavy ion collision experiments, in terms of collective excitations. Ma ... More
Presented by Mr. Mohammad Yousuf JAMAL
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Non-zero neutrino magnetic moment is allowed by the Standard model and is proportional to the neutrino mass. It contributes to the cross section of the elastic scattering process at low energies, thus, can be studied at low-threshold neutrino experiments. Borexino detector has a high sensitivity to magnetic properties of solar neutrinos due to its unprecedentedly low residual radioactivity level a ... More
Presented by Mrs. Alina VISHNEVA
Presented by Mrs. Alina VISHNEVA on 25 Apr 2018 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Ionizing radiation has a very negative effect on human health, and therefore emphasis is placed on the most accurate determination of the size of absorbed dose in irradiated persons. The current trend of retroactive determination of absorbed dose of ionizing radiation focuses on methods to track changes at the cellular and molecular level of the organism. The goal of biodosimetry is to seek effect ... More
Presented by Ms. Marcela JELIčOVá
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Marcela JELIčOVá on 25 Apr 2018 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Various mass relations describing neutron-proton pairing in nuclei are discussed. Groups of mass relations based on np-pair separation energy differences and description of mass surfaces, are compared in their behavior along chains of nuclei N=Z+const, as well as chains of isotopes and isotones. Coinciding estimates for self-conjugate nuclei and differing results for nuclei along the lines N=Z+con ... More
Presented by Mr. Semyon SIDOROV
Presented by Mr. Semyon SIDOROV on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
In view of the planned experiments on heavy ions collisions at FAIR (Darmstadt), HIAF (China) and NICA (Dubna), the study of QED-corrections in the systems with large Z turns out to be of a special interest. The supercritical region, when the total charge of the sources exceeds 170, deserves a separate attention, since in this case QED predicts the non-perturbative vacuum reconstructions, which sh ... More
Presented by Mr. Artem ROENKO
Presented by Maria POPOVA on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:30
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Experimental study of nuclear fission is of high importance both for applied and theoretical purposes, therefore fission is one of the most investigated proccess in nuclear physics. However, main attention is paid to fission under thermal and fast neutrons due to apparent practical applications, and other areas lack accurate data. Photon-induced fission or photofission is one of such bypassed area ... More
Presented by Maria POPOVA
Presented by Mr. S MERTS on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
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Presented by Mr. S MERTS
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
NOvA is an accelerator experiment at FNAL (USA) devoted to studying neutrino oscillations (electron neutrino appearance and muon neutrino disappearance in both neutrino and antineutrino modes). This is one of off-axis new generation experiments with two detectors sited at 14 mrad off the NuMI beam axis and separated by 810 km of the Earth crust. The main goals of this experiment are the search of ... More
Presented by Ms. Liudmila KOLUPAEVA
Presented by Ms. Liudmila KOLUPAEVA on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:15
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Motivation and status of the VEGA-M (Velocity-Energy Guide based Array on Microtrone) project is presented. The one armed fission fragments spectrometer with an electrostatic guide system is mounted at the MT-25 microtrone at the FLNR of the JINR. The obtained recently Test results are reported.
Presented by Alexey SOLODOV
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The fixed target experiment BM@N (Baryonic Matter at Nuclotron) is the first step of the realization of the NICA project. The charged particle momentum and multiplicity are measured with the set of the Gas Electron Multipliers (GEM) located inside the analyzing magnet and by the Drift chambers (DCH) and the Cathode Strip Chambers (CSC) situated outside the magnetic field.
Presented by Vasilisa LENIVENKO
Presented by Vasilisa LENIVENKO on 25 Apr 2018 at 15:30
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
In the period of 2011 - 2016 within the framework of collaboration “Energy and Transmutation of RAW” a series of experiments aimed at fission and neutron capture (239Pu nuclei production) reaction investigation was carried out. The QUINTA assembly massive uranium target (512 kg natU) was irradiated by deuteron and 12C beams with an energy range 0.5 – 4 AGeV. The experiments were performed at ... More
Presented by Ms. Alina ZHADAN
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
Some minimization problems, in addition to usual constant limits for single parameters, could imply constraints, i.e. additional relations between parameters P1, …, Pn in form of equations φ(P1, …, Pn) = 0. Often these equations are non-linear and complicated, and thus it is impossible or impractical to eliminate redundant parameters directly. A notable example of such problem is kinematic fi ... More
Presented by Ms. Victoria TOKAREVA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We have calculated energy dependence of various particles ratios using hybrid UrQMD event generator considering two different phase transitions, namely crossover and first order. The results are taken as experimental inputs in comparison with the hadron resonance gas (HRG) model calculations and all available various experimental measurements. From this comparison, we have drawn the freeze o ... More
Presented by Ismail RAWAN
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Different hadron ratios are analyzed by the Hadron Resonance Gas (HRG) and UrQMD models and compared with the measured one at huge range of nucleon-nucleon center-of-mass energies. The higher moments of net-charge are calculated using the considered two models. This encourage us to deduce the freezeout parameters at different energies, especially at NICA energies(4-11 GeV). The results are compare ... More
Presented by Mr. Mahmoud NASAR
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Membrane Distillation (MD) is one of the membrane separation processes known for more than fifty years and still needs to be improved for its successful application. The main problems of MD are related to high energy consumption, high energetic and economic costs, the lack of membranes and modules for MD that can lead to flawless operation without simultaneous wetting or fouling of the membrane. T ... More
Presented by Mr. Arman YESZHANOV
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
Neutrino mysteries are currently under active exploration. There are several experiments aimed to measure parameters with higher precision and shed light on unresolved issues in this area. Precision measurement requires accurate data analysis. GNA framework is developed to provide an efficient and easy for the end-user way to implement own data analysis. While being easy to configure, the framewo ... More
Presented by Ms. Anna FATKINA
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
In this work several proposed heat resistant materials were studied for the development of slit windows for reaction chambers in Mössbauer spectroscopy (MS). The material separating the sample section from the source and detector sections is required to have low absorption coefficient. Therefore their gamma-absorption properties were studied by MCA measurements using a common Mössbauer source of ... More
Presented by Mr. Marek JIRUš
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We construct new class of regular soliton solutions of the gauged planar Skyrme model on the target space $S^2$ with fractional topological charges in the scalar sector. These field configurations represent Skyrmed vortices, they have finite energy and carry topologically quantized magnetic flux $\Phi=2\pi n$ where $n$ is an integer. Using a special version of the product ansatz as guide, we obtai ... More
Presented by Albert SAMOILENKA
Presented by Albert SAMOILENKA on 23 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Presented by Mr. Artem BOLSHOV on 26 Apr 2018 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Nowadays massless maximally supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory (N=4 SYM) is very intensively studied. During the past decade, a very significant and stunning progress has been achieved in computing of different quantities and general understanding of the S-matrix of this theory. Due to powerful computational methods, such as BCFW recursion, generalized unitarity, on-shell diagram formalism and many ... More
Presented by Mr. Artem BOLSHOV
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Blue-supergiant stars develop into core-collapse supernovae, one of the most energetic outbursts in the universe, when all nuclear burning fuel is exhausted in the stellar core. Previous attempts failed to explain observed explosions of such stars which have a zero-age main sequence (ZAMS) mass of 50 M or more. In a recent submission [1] we exploit the largely uncertain state of matter at high de ... More
Presented by Mr. Niels-Uwe BASTIAN
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
High-energy ions found use in various materials' modification. Being a new group of promising materials carbon nanostructures got into the field of interest of many research groups. Both carbon nanotubes and graphene are intended to be used in radiation conditions so it is crucial to investigate their behaviour under high-energy ion irradiation. Aim of this work is to describe some methods that co ... More
Presented by Mrs. Michalina MILEWICZ-ZALEWSKA
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
The poster report is devoted to the investigation of hyperfine interaction between the doping elements and the sample matrix (ferrospinel) by perturbed angular γγ-correlations (γγ-PAC). Ferriospinels are compounds obtained from magnetite with the empirical formula MeFe2O4 and having a cubic face-centered lattice. Depending on the composition and the properties the ferrospinels have a wide ran ... More
Presented by Ms. Nargiza TEMERBULATOVA
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
It is well-known that irradiation with a gamma-ray flux of metal nanostructures is an effective tool for stimulating a controlled modification of structural and conductive properties of materials in a modern materials science. The paper presents the results of studies of the influence of gamma irradiation on structural and conductive properties of copper nanotubes obtained by electrochemical synth ... More
Presented by Г-н. Артем Козловский, Ms. Inesh KENZHINA
Presented by Mrs. Madalina Mihaela MILOI
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Nowadays, one-dimensional nanostructures, such as nanowires and nanotubes, have attracted wide attention from scientists. The template synthesis used in this work shows unique advantages in nanotubes production for which the tubes diameter and the maximum length are conditioned by template parameters. The crystallographic and magnetic characteristics are controlled by the deposition conditions. ... More
Presented by Mr. Dmitriy SHLIMAS
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Metal nanostructures based on d-metals have attracted considerable attention. They have unique physical properties, which differ from the corresponding bulk shapes, due to the size effect. The second factor explaining the relevance of these structures research is the broad application potential in nanoelectronics, as electronic blocks, sensors and devices with ultra-high memory density, etc. It is ... More
Presented by Ms. Milana IBRAGIMOVA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We study the effect of non-standard neutrino interactions (NSIs) on the growth of instabilities in neutrino energy spectra of a core-collapse supernova for different neutrino intensities and/or types of NSIs, notably including the exotic neutrino magnetic moment. Although it is usually attested that instabilities virtually smear out all potentially observable signatures, we show there are regimes ... More
Presented by Pavel SHUSTOV
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Polymer nanocomposites are widely used in various fields of technology due to the combination of the properties of the polymer and the filler, which allows obtaining materials with adjustable characteristics depending on the ratio of components, particle size of the filler and the synthesis conditions. These properties of the nanocomposites offer the possibility to use advantages of the polymer ma ... More
Presented by Mr. Asif NABIYEV
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
We investigate the effect of irradiation with low-energy He+2 ions on structural properties of Cu films in this paper. The studying of structural properties and morphology of films surface before and after irradiation was carried out using SEM, EDA, and XRD analysis. It was established that an increase in the irradiation dose leads to a decrease in the degree of crystallinity and a change in the b ... More
Presented by Mr. Malik KALIYEKPEROV
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 enormous 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 ... More
Presented by Monika PIERSA
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
A study was made of changes in the structural properties and phase composition of nanoparticles based on iron oxide. For the analysis of phase transformations, Mossbauer spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy were used. According to the data of XRD and Mossbauer spectroscopy, an increase in the annealing temperature, as well as subsequent phase transformations of magnetit ... More
Presented by Ms. Dinara TULEBAYEVA
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
High-order clustered DNA lesions is the hallmark of the dense-ionizing radiation. It is defined as the combination of two or more individual lesions (single-strand and double-strand breaks (DSB), DNA base damage, etc.) within one or two DNA helix turns, created by the passage of a single radiation track. Clustered DNA DSBs which contains DSB and other DNA lesion(s) represent specific interest for ... More
Presented by Daria SHAMINA
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
The purpose of the study is obtaining a sorbent from thermally expanded graphite (TEG) for the purification of wastewater from organic pollutants. TEG samples were based on graphite intercalation compounds (GIC).GIC were prepared by nitric acid treatment of graphite with subsequent modification with acetic acid and ethyl formate. Then, GIC samples were expanded in a muffle furnace using the therm ... More
Presented by Ms. Anna VOITASH
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Of particular interest from the point of view of studying excited neutron halo-states of light nuclei are the states of 11B nucleus, where both “exotic” cluster configuration (2α+t), and the shell model structure can co-exist at the same time. Indeed, several studies have suggested that low-lying states of 11B, basically, have a shell structure, while the cluster structures are easily traced ... More
Presented by Mr. Daniyar JANSEITOV
Presented by Dr. Daniyar JANSEITOV on 26 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Type: Poster Track: Theoretical Physics
In the recent years, investigations of strongly coupled systems have acquired an immense interest and importance. One of the reason is the failure of conventional and perturbative approach to describe them. In this work, we investigate the transport properties of different strongly correlated systems using gauge/gravity duality. The duality relates strongly coupled gauge theory in d-dimensions wit ... More
Presented by Ms. Neha BHATNAGAR
Type: Poster Track: Life Science
The global market for industrial enzymes was estimated ~ $4.2 billion in 2014, and expected to reach nearly $6.2 billion in 2020. Lipase has been one of the most important industrial enzyme which catalyzes the hydrolysis of lipids, and is used in many biotechnological applications. Lipases have been isolated from many species of plants, animals, and microorganisms (MO). However, microbial enzymes ... More
Presented by Mrs. Fagelnour ELNOAMANY
Type: Poster Track: Theoretical Physics
The properties of a Josephson junction with the 2π- and 4π-periodic superconducting current component have been analyzed. It exhibits the 4π periodicity of the phase difference in the range of low voltages for the Majorana current amplitude much smaller than the Josephson current which makes it possible to observe Josephson current oscillations with a fractional period for small dissipation ... More
Presented by Mr. Kirill KULIKOV
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Key parameters monitoring for space weather by Kazakhstan's multi-level system measurements with a database update and diagnostics of a state of the near-Earth space is carried out. Results of space environment monitoring are accessible via the Internet on the web-site of the Institute of Ionosphere (http://www.ionos.kz/?q=en/node/21) in real time. Kazakhstan's multi-level system measurements incl ... More
Presented by Ms. Gulnur KANTAY
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
In our previous publications [1–3] we discussed new original effect appeared at crossing of the metal foils by fission fragments (FFs). We have observed significant mass deficit in the total mass M s of the FFs detected in coincidence with the ions knocked out from the foil. In the series of recent, more detailed experiments we have compared the mass of the FF before (Mtt) and after (Mte) it ... More
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
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
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Magnetic nanoparticles have been extensively studied in the past half century and continue to maintain interest because of their potential use in areas ranging from storage of high-density data to biomedical applications. In this work, we present magnetic Fe-, Ni- and Co-system nanoparticles prepared by chemical reduction of corresponding salts under a mild condition using hydrazine hydrate as red ... More
Presented by Dr. Zhazgul KELGENBAEVA
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Studies of intermetallic compounds based on cobalt are one of the topical problems of condensed matter physics. Such phenomena as magnetism of collectivized electrons, giant magnetoresistance, magnetocaloric effects (MCE), as well as magnetoelastic lattice collapse are found in them. That makes these compounds promising materials for magnetic refrigerators, permanent magnets, etc. In this paper w ... More
Presented by Mr. Anton RUTKAUSKAS
Presented by Mr. Anton RUTKAUSKAS on 23 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We study magnetization reversal in a rf-SQUID with Phi-0 Josephson junction. Our simulations of magnetic moment dynamics show that by applying an external magnetic field pulse, we can realize the full magnetization reversal. We propose different protocols of full magnetization reversal based on the variation of the Josephson junction and pulse parameters, particularly, magnetic field pulse amplitu ... More
Presented by Dr. Ilhom RAHMONOV
Session: Life Science
Presented by Mr. Ondrej HRABINA on 25 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
DNA repair is a set of processes that cell use for identifying and repairing damage to DNA. DNA is a one of the most important molecules in the cell. Whole protein machinery is dependent on accurate translation from DNA sequence to amino acid sequence, therefore it is crucial to keep DNA in perfect condition. In human cells are metabolic activities and environmental factors responsible for over ... More
Presented by Mr. Ondrej HRABINA
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 to Standard Model predictions.
Presented by Vladislav SHALAEV
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
The paper presents two methods of determining calibration curve of new pneumatic sensor for blood pressure measurement. Mentioned pneumatic sensor was invented at Wrocław University of Science and Technology. First method is based on parallel measurement of systolic and diastolic pressure measurement with use of reference device such as sphygmomanometer and researched new device with pneumatic ... More
Presented by Mr. Łukasz STALA
Session: Life Science
Presented by Mr. Łukasz STALA on 25 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Type: Poster Track: Theoretical Physics
In the framework of the effective SU(3) Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model the temperature properties of quarks and mesons in dense and hot nuclear matter are investigated. Using the choice of model parameters, the structure of the phase diagram was determined and the analysis of various phase transitions was carried out. The results obtained are in good agreement with available grating data.
Presented by Г-н. Raimbek AKHAT
Type: Poster Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
This work is devoted to theoretical studies of the basics microscopic potential of the folding mod-el for elastic scattering of exotic nuclei on protons. The main purpose of this work is MPI-implementation of the calculation of microscopic optical nucleus-nuclear potential using the fold-ing model on the heterogeneous cluster HybriLIT of the Multifunctional Information Computing Complex (MICC) of ... More
Presented by Mr. Meirzhan KAKENOV
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The BMD (Beam monitoring detector) detector is a part of MPD (Multi Purpose detector) system of NICA project. Modeling process of detector based on MPDROOT and shows the dependence of detection of particles on properties of materials and geometry. The hispograms of particle distribution and by x,y,z axis and by angles shwon in this project.
Presented by Mr. Demezhan MYKTYBEKOV
Presented by Mr. Demezhan MYKTYBEKOV on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:45
Presented by Mr. Demezhan MYKTYBEKOV
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Inga ZINICOVSCAIA on 25 Apr 2018 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Neutron activation analysis was used to determine 35 elements in vineyard chernozem soil and 18 elements in wines from Romanesti and Cricova, Republic of Moldova. Soil elemental content allowed evidencing more similarities between considered soils and the Upper Continental Crust and the World Average Soil. The content of Cr, Mn, Co, Zn and As, proved that, with excepting As, the soil have no trace ... More
Presented by Dr. Inga ZINICOVSCAIA
Presented by Mr. Pavel KOHOUT on 26 Apr 2018 at 14:45
Presented by Ms. Mariia KHELASHVILI on 24 Apr 2018 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Exploration of the nature of dark matter (DM) still remains an important unsolved problem for astrophysicists as well as theoretical physicists. Among all existing models of DM, we consider the ones which describe DM as a Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC). Those models look as appropriate cold dark matter (CDM) candidate due to the fact that, in the absence of heating mechanisms, its temperature is s ... More
Presented by Ms. Mariia KHELASHVILI
Type: Poster Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Temperature measurements play an essential role in controlling huge experiments. Using temperature sensors, one can monitor the operation of electronics within the system and detect possible faults, like overheating or, in worst case, fire. In order to work properly, sensors have to be scattered around the whole assembly, and data acquisition must be able to handle all of them. Connecting each ... More
Presented by Mr. Adam KUBIELA
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
This talk reports the development of a novel Mössbauer spectrometer. This spectrometer utilizes compactRIO DAQ system with built-in FPGA array, intelligent gamma ray detector and brings new measuring methods for increasing the Mössbauer spectra linearity. For example, the utilization of sine velocity waveform followed by linearization process or time-mode Mössbeuer spectrometer. Mössbauer spec ... More
Presented by Mr. Pavel KOHOUT
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
LixNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 (NCA) is one of the most common cathode materials used in the Li-ion batteries production. This material does not reveal any structural phase transitions in the voltage range recommended for operation (2.5-4.33 V). However, the NCA material separates into two rhombohedral phases during the first charge. This phase-separated state disappears completely during the first discha ... More
Presented by Dr. Olga IVANSHINA
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
The stilbene crystals based neutron spectrometer built in the Flerov Labvoratory of Nuclear Reactions (FLNR JINR, Dubna, Russia) is described in the presentation. Time resolution as a function of the signal amplitude and the energy resolution are derived for the detection of gamma-quanta. At the amplitude of 1MeV in electron equivalent (e.e.) dT = 0.18 ns, dE/E = 4,5%. The quality of the neutron- ... More
Presented by Ms. Эльвира Газеева
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
In this study, we investigated two samples; a granite and a sandstone sample, from the Mongol-Altai Mountains. The Southern Mongolia's territories are impacted to be a powerful tectonics and are still considered to be active seismic zones [1]. The extracted samples experienced a strong deformation on this location. The aim of the study is the investigation of residual lattice strains in the sample ... More
Presented by Mr. Badmaarag ALTANGEREL
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Use of semiconductor detectors for spectrometry of heavy ions is known to have several methodological issues that are necessary to be addressed. First of them is pulse-height defect (PHD) that is manifested in a form of seemingly less energies than particles actually have. Second one is plasma delay effect (PD), which prevents precise measurements (TOF technique) due to creation of plasma in d ... More
Presented by Ms. Zoya GORYAINOVA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Employing the fermionic and bosonic Hamiltonians for the collective oscillator linearly FC-coupled with several heat-baths, the analytical expressions for the collective occupation number are derived within the non-Markovian quantum Langevin approach. The master-equations for the occupation number of collective subsystem are derived and discussed. In the case of Ohmic dissipation with Lorenzian cu ... More
Presented by Ms. Pavla ŠRETROVá on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:15
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Time Different Perturbed Angular Correlation (TDPAC), which belongs to a family of hyperfine method, gives an information on the hyperfine splitting of specific nuclei. This presentation provides a summery of a basic theory of TDPAC with focusing on application of 57Co, including a derivation perturbation function G22 for electric, magnetic, and mixing interaction(s). The technique is based on the ... More
Presented by Ms. Pavla ŠRETROVá
Presented by Mr. Dmitriy PONKIN on 26 Apr 2018 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
A new electronics and the TANGO controls based client/server application development and operation processes are described.
Presented by Mr. Dmitriy PONKIN
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
At the ANKE-COSY facility, there is a program for studying the reactions with the formation of 1S0 diproton {pp} s in the final state, which is achieved by selection of proton pairs with an excitation energy of less than 3 MeV. The peak with a peak at Tp = 0.66 GeV previously discovered on the ANKE is related to the excitation of the Δ (1232) isobar in the intermediate state; for the reaction pp ... More
Presented by Mrs. Айнур Кунсафина
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
A mapping between operators on the Hilbert space of a finite-dimensional quantum system and the Wigner quasiprobability distributions defined on the symplectic flag manifold is discussed. The mapping is carried out by the kernel satisfying the Stratonovich-Weyl correspondence. Based on the algebraic equations for the eigenvalues of the Stratonovich-Weyl kernel, the moduli space of the Wigner quas ... More
Presented by Ms. Astghik TOROSYAN
Presented by Ms. Astghik TOROSYAN on 26 Apr 2018 at 16:00
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
The AdS/CFT correspondence allows to calculate RG flows of quantum field theories through its gravity duals. We will discuss a 5-dimensional holographic model, including a dilaton with a potential representing a sum of two exponential functions. Under the holographic duality solutions with Poincare invariance to this model can be enterpreted as RG flows. We will discuss their features and genera ... More
Presented by Dr. Anastasia GOLUBTSOVA
Presented by Dr. Anastasia GOLUBTSOVA on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Starting from the Stratonovich-Weyl correspondence rules we show an N-2 parametric ambiguity for the Wigner-Weyl kernel for an N-level quantum system. These kernels are not only unitary non equivalent, but also induce different dimensional phase spaces, when performing Wigner transformation. Our results on the probability negativity of Wigner function for qubit, qutrit and the conditional prob ... More
Presented by Mr. Vahagn ABGARYAN
Presented by Mr. Vahagn ABGARYAN on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:15
Presented by Mr. David PETROSYAN on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:30
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Eigenfunctions of the Schrodinger equation with the oscillator potential on the two-sheeted hyperbolic space are studied in four coordinate systems admitting solutions in terms of hypergeometric functions. Normalization and coefficients of mutual expansions for some sets of solutions are found.
Presented by Mr. David PETROSYAN
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
The development of radiation-hard detector sensors is of increasing importance as the luminosity delivered to high-energy particle physics experiments increases. For example, the use of classical silicon detectors to produce an effective beam safety system based on a current measurement, is limited in the conditions of high radiation load of the CMS experiment at the LHC; notably the lack of the a ... More
Presented by Mr. Vitalii OKHOTNIKOV
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Acceptor doped yttrium niobate (Y3Nb1-xTixO7-δ) is an oxygen ion conductor in a wide range of oxygen partial pressures. This material crystallizes in so-called defect fluorite structure, which possess intrinsic oxygen vacancies. These vacancies are essential to achieve protonic conductivity. Many factors may promote and hinder the total conductivity of this material, which is crucial to the furth ... More
Presented by Mr. Piotr WINIARZ
Presented by Dr. Sergey KHAIBRAKHMANOV on 24 Apr 2018 at 15:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) outflows from the accretion disks of T Tauri stars with fossil large-scale magnetic field are investigated. We consider two mechanisms of the outflows: rise of the magnetic flux tubes (MFTs) formed in the regions of efficient generation of the toroidal magnetic field in the disk due to Parker instability, and acceleration of plasma in the current layer formed near the bou ... More
Presented by Dr. Sergey KHAIBRAKHMANOV
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The study of event-by-event fluctuations and the search of the possible critical end point (CEP) require excellent particle identification (PID) over as large as possible phase space volume. Identification of charged hadrons is achieved at momenta 0.1 − 3 GeV/c and for pseudorapidity coverage |η| ≤ 1.6. Results of hadron identification and preliminary possibility estimation of the study of ev ... More
Presented by Mr. Alexander MUDROKH
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
The work is devoted to the study of peculiarities of charge transfer in SiO2(Ni)/Si nanosystems formed by the electrochemical deposition of nickel into the pores of the ion-track silicon oxide template on silicon. SiO2/Si template was formed using the swift heavy ion tracks technology, which includes irradiation with high energy ions and chemical transformation of the obtained latent tracks into t ... More
Presented by Mr. Dmitry YAKIMCHUK
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Improving the tracking accuracy and efficiency close to the interaction point in modern experiments aiming study of heavy-ion collisions, require the development of new detector systems. One of the most promising technol- ogy is based on monolithic active pixel sensors using CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor). This technology, adopted by the ALICE exper- iment to develop a complet ... More
Presented by Ms. Tatiana LAZAREVA
Presented by Ms. Tatiana LAZAREVA on 25 Apr 2018 at 14:45
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
In recent decades, there is an increase in the output of structural materials such as ferrous metals, aluminum, copper, plastics; also new other materials used in rocket and space technology. Consequently, the production of a polymetallic alloy with a high temperature resistance of 2200-2500 °С is an important technical task and very relevant at the present time. The work on the creation of a p ... More
Presented by Mr. Daniel AIDARALIEV
Presented by Mr. Aleksander KOPCZYNSKI on 23 Apr 2018 at 18:00
Presented by Mr. Aleksander KOPCZYNSKI on 23 Apr 2018 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Heat exchangers are used for evaporation of a natural gas stored in liquid form. One type of heat exchanger design is shell- tube heat exchanger which might use water or glycol as a heating medium. The temperature of the walls separating the two mediums may be lower than freezing point of water/glycol what can cause a formation of solid deposit impeding the heat transfer efficiency in the installa ... More
Presented by Mr. Aleksander KOPCZYNSKI
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
The Identical Bands (IB's) phenomenon is studied theoretically in normal deformed bands. Using the Variable Moment of Inertia (VMI) model, the band head spin for [191Hg(SD2), 193Hg(SD2)] bands are predicted as a first step and further identical bands in A~190 superdeformed mass region are investigated. The gamma ray transition energies in the identical bands are found the difference of (1-3) keV o ... More
Presented by Mrs. Poonam JAIN
Presented by Mrs. Irina AVVAKUMOVA on 25 Apr 2018 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Problems connected with the Nuclotron virtual simulation model within MADX are considered. Main purpose of the work is to develop an exact model of the Nuclotron that would make the results of calculation via MADX package as close as possible to experimental data obtained in the last Nuclotron runs. The groups of parameters that makes theoretical calculations closer to experimental data are identi ... More
Presented by Mrs. Irina AVVAKUMOVA
Type: Poster Track: Life Science
In the present work, calcium hydroxyapatite was synthesized by various methods of chemical deposition using a biological source - the egg shell of birds, which is 94% calcium carbonate. The egg shell was heat treated at a temperature of 900 ° C., followed by the addition of an aqueous solution of orthophosphoric acid in an ultrasonic bath. Studies carried out by X-ray diffraction and scanning ele ... More
Presented by Mr. Chingis DAULBAEV
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
In recent years intensive research has been carried out to expand the database of the available (expedient) radionuclides for immune – PET scanning. Selection criteria are a high relative yield of positron emission, appropriate positron energy, suitable lifetime, suitable chemical properties, low toxicity and minimal radiation dose in body from accompanying nuclear γ – radiation decay. Curre ... More
Presented by Mr. Ilya CHUPRAKOV
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Currently, the development of a position-sensitive scintillation detector of thermal neutrons of high resolution is carried out at the FLNP JINR. As scintillator is used so-called ND-screen, representing a thin (0.42 mm) plate from the mixture of ZnS(Ag) and 6LiF granules of micron size. Using of ND-screen allows to efficiently suppress the background of gamma radiation. For light collection the s ... More
Presented by Dr. Dmitry GROZDOV
Presented by Mr. Arkadiusz BOCHNIAK on 26 Apr 2018 at 14:45
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
The classical Connes' formulation of the Standard Model of Particle Physics based on the so-called almost-commutative Euclidean geometry is a very powerful approach that allows for many predictions which were derived using the spectral action methods and renormalization group techniques. Nevertheless, there are a lot of open problems and puzzles that have to be solved. There are several question a ... More
Presented by Mr. Arkadiusz BOCHNIAK
Type: Poster Track: Theoretical Physics
We introduce a new quantum gravitational force $F_{PN}=\frac{G_N \hbar}{c}\frac{m}{r^3}$ by using the fundamental constants, like $\hbar$, $c$, $G_N$, where $G_N$, $\hbar$ and $c$ are the Newtonian, the Planck constants and velocity of light. It turns out that conditions of equalities of this force with the Newtonian, the strong interacting-Yukawa type forces give exact physical meaning of the Pla ... More
Presented by Mr. Purevkhuu MUNKHBAATAR
Type: Poster Track: Theoretical Physics
Student Kosov D.M. General Provisions To date, it is impossible to accurately determine the boundaries of the universe, it is generally accepted that the universe is infinite, and I, of course, agree with this. Next comes the question, what is the universe? Without superfluous reviews, at once we will give definition, that the Universe is space - time. Space - time - a physical model that combin ... More
Presented by Dmitriy KOSOV
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
Perovskites represent a modern and promising material for renewable energy sources. Since 2017, significant progress has been made with the further possibility of significantly improving the efficiency of perovskite solar cells. Moreover, the remarkable characteristics of hybrid perovskites as solar cell elements are mainly due to their excellent optical and electrical properties, such as a large ... More
Presented by Г-н. Khaiyom RAHMONOV
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We study the Renormalization Group (RG) flow of AC and DC conductivity using the bottom-up approach of holographic QCD. We consider the charged black hole metric and obtained the explicit form of AC and DC conductivity at the finite cut-off. Considering the numerical solution of the gauge field equation we study the response of the conductivity as the function of frequency.
Presented by Ms. Neha BHATNAGAR
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The development of the detector is based on the design and experience of working with a one-dimensional coordinate-sensitive ring detector for thermal neutron, which allows measurements of the spatial distribution of neutrons in 8 discrete coaxial rings in close proximity to the samples. The new detector is designed to measure small-angle scattering of thermal neutrons at the IBR-2 reactor, DN-2 ... More
Presented by Dr. Vasil MILKOV
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Ion implantation in nanostructured materials is one of the priority tasks in modern materials science. An increase in the electron-hole conductivity of nanostructures can be achieved by ion implantation is. The energy losses of the implanted ions are due to the loss of energy in collisions with nuclei and electrons. The use of ionizing radiation is an effective tool for stimulating a controlled m ... More
Presented by Dr. Artem KOZLOVSKIY
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Nucleon transfer reactions is a possible way of synthesizing neutron-rich nuclei of heavy and superheavy elements [1,2]. Here we present a radiochemical approach aiming at the analysis of nuclear reaction products from irradiated actinide targets by heavy ion-beams, such as 48Ca and 50Ti at energies up to 280 MeV. Model experiments with lanthanides as chemical analogs of heavy actinides were carri ... More
Presented by Mr. Aleksandr BODROV
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
To understand particle productions mechanism in the inelastic collisions of various projectiles at low and high energies, the Glauber model has been used for a long time. In the present work, we have calculated the total reaction cross section of heavy projectiles using Coulomb modified Glauber model (CMGM) considering with and without nuclear medium effects. We have considered heavy projectiles s ... More
Presented by Mr. N MARI MUTHU
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
While investigating extremely proton-rich nuclei, one should not neglect the decay channels with beta-delayed-emmision of charged particles. In fact, these decay modes can be very competitive to deexcitation via gamma emission, since the respective Q-value is very large. The study of these charged particle emissions allows for the proper understanding of the nuclear structure in the region and can ... More
Presented by A. A. CIEMNY
Presented by Mrs. Aleksandra CIEMNY on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
The regeneration effect of solar neutrinos in the Earth leading to the so-called day-night effect strongly depends on the neutrino energy, the time of day, and the season. Classical neutrino experiments, such as Super Kamiokande, typically observe this effect cumulatively, i.e., virtually integrate it over the year. We discuss various day-night effects that could become potentially observable if t ... More
Presented by Dr. Oleg KHARLANOV
Presented by Mr. Alexander PRYANICHNIKOV on 26 Apr 2018 at 16:00
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
The paper describes a new developments in modeling of discrete hadronic interactions included in last version of the RTS&T (RTS&T-2017) code (implementation of improved versions of interaction models and modern evaluated nuclear data libraries) A comparison of the recent experimental data on double differential and total yields of diffractive, quasi-elastic, s, g and b-particles resulting from the ... More
Presented by Mr. Alexander PRYANICHNIKOV
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
O.A. Koval - NEOMAP, DLNP, JINR, Dubna, Russia N.A. Huseynov – NEOMAP, DLNP, JINR, Dubna, Russia I.R. Boyko – NEOVP, DLNP, JINR, Dubna, Russia A direct search for the production of a Higgs boson in association with single top quark is performed. The analysis considers single top quark production via t channel and uses Higgs boson decays to a bottom quark-antiquark pair and semileptonic to ... More
Presented by Oksana KOVAL
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
The data of the ATLAS experiment collected in 2015-2016, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 36.1 fb ^ -1, are analyzed in order to search for the decay of the Higgs boson into a bb quarks pair when produced in association with a vector boson. Two methods were used for data analysis, BDT multivariate techniques for obtaining the main results and «cut-flow» method for the validation of t ... More
Presented by Mr. Faig AHMADOV
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
More than 20 years experiments to synthesis and study of super heavy elements radioactive decay property are carried out in the Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions. Basically complete fusion reactions of 48Ca accelerated beam with targets heavier than Uranium are used. Isotopes of super heavy elements (SHE) are synthesized in the complete fusion reaction of heavy ions with target nuclei followed by n ... More
Presented by Mrs. Mereigul TEZEKBAYEVA
Presented by Ms. Victoria BUNDYUKOVA on 23 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The use of porous templates for controlled formation of nanostructures and nanosystems requires reliable method of pore size, shape, quantity per unit area (porosity), distance to nearest neighbors and porous matrix thickness monitoring. The scanning electron microscopy method allows to estimate these parameters, however, manual processing of obtained images is a very time-consuming task. Taking i ... More
Presented by Ms. Victoria BUNDYUKOVA
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Tubular Electron String Ion Source (TESIS) -- improved version of well-known Electron String Ion Sources (ESIS) aiming for nearly 1000-fold increase of ion yield -- is under development at JINR. TESIS advantages over typical ESIS are discussed and their characteristics are compared. Basic scheme of TESIS operation is presented. One of the crucial processes in TESIS-- non-axial ion extraction -- re ... More
Presented by Mr. Alexey BOYTSOV
Type: Oral Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
Modern packages for design and simulation of cyclotron magnet system, such as Tosca, CST Studio, Comsol, etc., combined with recent hardware of a high performance allow us to simulate magnet corrections called ‘shimming’. That means a significant part of commissioning stage could be performed in ‘virtual reality’. This can substantially decrease duration of shimming procedure and material ... More
Presented by Mr. Dmitriy POPOV
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
Big modern physics experiments represent a collaboration of workgroups and require wide variety of different electronic equipment. Besides trigger electronics or Data acquisition system (DAQ), there is a hardware that is not time-critical, and can be run at a low priority. Slow Control Systems are used for setup and monitoring such hardware. Slow Control systems in a typical experiment are ofte ... More
Presented by Dmitry EGOROV
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Main reason preventing successful deployment of rechargeable Lithium metal batteries is connected with inhomogeneous and electrochemically unstable Solid electrolyte interface (SEI) formation on lithium metal surface[1-3]. At the present work the SEI stabilization formed on Li-metal anode in contact with Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) – and poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) – based polymer/gel polymer elec ... More
Presented by Elena USHAKOVA
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
The Main goal of the presentation is to show the results of the work on the cathode material LiNi0.8Co0.2O2 (LNCO), which can be used in H-SOFCs (proton conducting solid oxide fuel cells ). For those kind of cells the best properties of appropriate cathode material are found in so-called triple conducting oxides (which conduct oxygen ions, protons, and electrons simultaneously). The electrical p ... More
Presented by Ms. Katarzyna WICIAK
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Structure and morphology is the main criteria in the development of functional nanostructures with controlled properties for practical use. In turn, metallic nanostructured dendrites are of great interest in various applications as catalysts due to the large surface area and low density, amplifiers of electrical signals, the basis for Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) technology, and othe ... More
Presented by Dr. Artem KOZLOVSKIY
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Hollow nanostructures based on the Fe100-xCox alloy were synthesized in the pores of polymer template matrices based on PET using the electrochemical deposition method. Morphology, elemental composition, and structural features were characterized by scanning electron microscopy, energy dispersive analysis, and X-ray diffractometry. The study of the internal magnetic texture was carried out using M ... More
Presented by Mr. Artem KOZLOVSKIY
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Micellar systems of surfactants play important role in production of stable colloidal solutions in various applications. Thus, for water solutions of anionic surfactants sodium oleate (SO) and dodecylbenzene sulphonic asid (DBSA) used for double layer sterical stabilization of magnetic nanoparticles in aqueous ferrofluid. The present work is dedicated to the investigations of structural and intera ... More
Presented by Oleksandr ARTYKULNYI
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Spent fuel is generated during power reactor operation in the form of spent fuel assemblies. Spent fuel assemblies are placed to at-reactor spent fuel pool for cooling, reducing of fission products radioactivity and radiation protection of staff. During storage of spent fuel assemblies radionuclides, both fission and activation origin, get to solution of spent fuel pool. Radionuclides, interacting ... More
Presented by Mr. Aliaksandr ZARUBA
Presented by Magdalena KAJA on 23 Apr 2018 at 17:45
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
M.A. Kaja1, G. Kamiński2, A.F.V. Cortez3, F.I.G.M. Borges3 1Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland 2Heavy Ion Laboratory at the University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland 3 Laboratory of Instrumentation and Experimental Particle Physics – LIP, Coimbra, Portugal The measurement method and initial results will be presented. Three unstudied gases were explored - CF4, X ... More
Presented by Magdalena KAJA
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Recently, after the discovery of the resonance d*(2380) (D03), considered as a candidate for true dibaryons, the ABC-effect was found to be associated with its excitation. The ABC effect-the peak in the mass spectrum of pion pairs near the birth threshold-has no generally accepted theoretical explanation, so this connection attracted a special interest of the scientific community. The reaction p ... More
Presented by Г-н. Zhanibek KURMANALIYEV
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
The current trend in calorimetry is the development of highly granular calorimeters. Such a calorimeter assembled from 3x3x0.3 cm^3 scintillator tiles is now under construction and test by the CALICE collaboration. Each tile is read out by silicon photomultiplier and wrapped in reflecting foil. We present here the study of the uniformity of response of individual tile to minimum ionising particles ... More
Presented by Sergey KORPACHEV
Presented by Mr. Andrey SHESHUKOV on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:00
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
Core-collapse supernovae emit about 99% of their gravitational energy in a burst of neutrinos. Detecting such neutrino signal would provide information both on the neutrino properties and on the stellar collapse physics. Large liquid scintillator detectors provide a good instrument for measurement of such signal. A dedicated trigger system for detection of the supernova neutrinos was developed ... More
Presented by Andrey SHESHUKOV
Type: Poster Track: Life Science
Boron-neutron capture of therapy of cancer is based on the selective accumulation of a non-radioactive isotope 10B in cancer cells and their subsequent processing of a thermal neutrons beam. This treatment mode of cancer can be divided into 3 steps. First step: Initially administering specific boron compounds, which are absorbed only by the cancer cells, the boron compounds will accumulate inside ... More
Presented by Dr. Ilya KOROLKOV
Type: Poster Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Magnetic nanoparticles, especial Fe3O4, are the most interesting particles among others because of their attractive properties and a wide range of application in various areas. But magnetic nanoparticles have huge surface energy and strong magnetic interactions between particles, which lead them to be more affected by uncontrollable aggregation in normal conditions of preparation. Stabilization c ... More
Presented by Ms. Assel YERMEKOVA
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
Nowadays, magnetic semiconductors nanocomposites have become a new class of materials of great importance promising with new properties and exploiting unique incorporation between materials. For example, one can make use of a variety of spin-related phenomena, not readily available in other materials. In the present work, bi-functional magnetic–luminescent nanocomposites with Fe3O4 nanoparticles ... More
Presented by Ms. shaimaa HABIB
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
We have measured the flux of fast neutrons at 4.6MeV. A twin gridded ionization chamber and back to back 238U two samples were employed. Experiments were performed at the Van de Graaff accelerator of the Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia. Fast neutrons were produced through the D(d,n)3He reaction by using a deuterium gas. Cross section at En=4 ... More
Presented by Ms. Aidana ASSYLOVA
Type: Poster Track: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics
The double folding model is the well-known method for constructing the microscopic optical potential of nucleus-nucleus scattering. The calculation of this characteristic consists of two stages. The direct potential is obtained by means of an integral expression. The exchange potential calculation is based on numerical solution of the nonlinear integral equation which requires significant computer ... More
Presented by Mr. Maxim BASHASHIN
Presented by Mr. Yaroslav SAGAN on 26 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Type: Oral Track: High Energy Physics
TAIGA (Tunka Advanced Instrument for cosmic ray physics and Gamma Astronomy) is designed for the study of gamma rays and charged cosmic rays in the energy range 1013 eV - 1018 eV. The JINR responsibility is design and fabrication of mechanics for the Imaging Atmospheric Cherenkov Telescopes (IACTs). The field of view of the IACT is ~10×10 degrees and it has a Davis-Cotton optical system with 34 m ... More
Presented by Mr. Yaroslav SAGAN
Presented by Ms. Anastasia MARTYNOVA on 24 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
The appearance of helical structures in astrophysics and heavy-ion collisions (HIC) physics is discussed and the interplay between these two branches of physics is investigated. As far as in HIC the data are available in momentum space only, the assumption that the Milky Way has a spiral structure in the velocity space is checked. We find the spiral structures in phase and coordinate s ... More
Presented by Ms. Anastasia MARTYNOVA
Type: Oral Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
There is a general interest in studies of the asymmetric nuclear matter. Indeed the studies of nuclei near the limits of nuclear stability are the richest source of information about the properties of nuclear interactions. This studies are also important for applied astrophysical problems as abundance of chemical elements and asymmetric nuclear matter in the neutron stars. The studies of ne ... More
Presented by Mr. Pavel SHAROV
Presented by Mr. Pavel SHAROV on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:00
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
At present, superconducting materials have already found application in such areas of science and technology as high energy accelerators (Tevatron, LHC, NICA, etc), nuclear fusion devices (T7, ITER, EAST, etc.), medical tomography, transport and others. The progress of the superconducting industry requires the further development of analytical tools for modelling the electro-physical behaviour of ... More
Presented by Mr. Valentin GURYEV
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
In this paper we consider the development of the sub-Poisson distribution application in particles’ birth and death model for description of a finite number of particles. The main goal of current work is to achieve more accurate mathematical apparatus for particles’ birth and death model with respect to the theory of a nuclear reactor in one-point approach than it was made in previous articles ... More
Presented by Mr. Maksim KRAVCHENKO
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
This paper reports the findings of the investigation of graphene atom thermal vibrations using angular patterns of transmitted non-neutralized 5-keV protons. The static proton - graphene interaction potential was constructed using Doyle-Turners expression for the proton-carbon interaction potential. The effect of the thermal vibrations was incorporated by averaging the static proton-graphene inter ... More
Presented by Mr. Milivoje JOJIć
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Mercury, the chemical element with a notably detrimental impact on living organisms, has been finally classified by European Union as a dangerous industrial pollutant and included in future pro-environmental EU energy policy. This fact becomes particularly important in Polish economy, where new strict mercury emission standards (Directive 2010/75/EU with the BAT conclusions for LCP), starting from ... More
Presented by Mr. Maciej CHOLEWINSKI
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
The effects of the residual interaction in the particle-particle channel on β-decay characteristics and the multi-neutron emission probabilities in the β-decay of 126,128,130,132Cd are studied within the quasiparticle random phase approximation with the Skyrme interaction. The coupling between one- and two-phonon terms in the wave functions of the low-energy 1+ states of the daughter nuclei is t ... More
Presented by Mr. Evgenii SUSHENOK
Type: Oral Track: Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors
In the physics of accelerators and colliders there is one important parameter as “impedance”. Impedance determines the level of the influence of the field induced by the beam in the longitudinal and transverse directions on the beam motion. Knowledge of the impedance allows a better understanding of the instability threshold of the machine and helps to estimate the highest possible luminosity ... More
Presented by Mrs. Margarita KOROBITSINA
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
A study of the crystal and magnetic structure of materials based on iron oxides with a structural type of spinel, as a function of doping, temperature or high pressures application, is one of the most urgent problems of modern condensed matter physics. These materials possess a wide range of physical properties such as magnetism, structural phase transitions and giant magnetoresistance. These mate ... More
Presented by Г-н. Байболат Аргымбек
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Nowadays, the special sorts of cement, for exampleportland cement, are increasingly being used for the storage of radioactive waste. Various mechanisms of radionuclide retention, corrosion resistance under various storage conditions, durability of cured compounds, and micro and porous structural properties of cement, as a matrix material in radiation shields, are studied. The main properties of ce ... More
Presented by Mr. Murat KENESSARIN
Type: Poster Track: Applied Research
Today a topical issue is a rational use of earth's resources and respect for the nature preservation. To understand these questions it is necessary to have knowledge about the composition, structure and processes of the evolution of the Earth. An effective method of obtaining information about the Earth's past, especially about the environmental changes in the geological past, is a scientific dril ... More
Presented by Г-н. Kuanysh NAZAROV
Presented by Mr. Dinara VALIOLDA on 26 Apr 2018 at 18:00
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
In this work, the energy levels of the halo nucleus of 11Be are calculated, taking into account the effect of an external magnetic field. The 11Be nucleus is regarded as a neutron halo consisting of 10Be core and one neutron. Also the root-mean-square radius of the 11Be nucleus is numerically calculated in the ground state. This work is the initial stage of the work on the investigation of the br ... More
Presented by Mr. Dinara VALIOLDA
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
At the moment, the Dark Matter existence is a firmly established fact, which is confirmed in many astrophysical observations. However, the nature of this phenomenon remains unknown, and it is one of the main problems of the Standard Model. The DM nature and properties can be interpreted as manifestation of weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) which have conserved additive or multiplicative ... More
Presented by Mr. Maxim BEZUGLOV
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We present calculation of the three-loop effective potential in massive scalar theory in broken phase. The calculation involves evaluation of three-loop vacuum integrals with two different masses. Full set of integrals evaluated analytically using a system of differential equations in canonical form and expressed in terms of cyclotomic polylogarithms.
Presented by Dr. Andrey PIKELNER
Presented by Dr. Andrey PIKELNER on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:00
Type: Oral Track: Information Technology
Tier-1 site for CMS experiment is an important component of the JINR Multifunctional Information and Computing Complex (MICC). On the top of the JINR Tier-1 hardware services are running. The services are programs which run all the time and work as a layer between Tier-1 hardware and applications or users. Their reliability determines Tier-1 quality. These services run on the top of the pyramid ... More
Presented by Mr. Igor PELEVANYUK
Presented by Mr. Igor PELEVANYUK on 26 Apr 2018 at 15:15
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We consider two interacting atoms subject to a one-dimensional anharmonic trap and magnetic field gradient. This system has been recently investigated by the Heidelberg group in the experiment on two lithium-6 atoms. In the present paper the tunneling of two cold atoms, initially prepared in the center-of-mass and relative motion excited state, is explored and full time-dependent simulation of th ... More
Presented by Mr. Ilyas ISHMUKHAMEDOV
Presented by Mr. Ilyas ISHMUKHAMEDOV on 23 Apr 2018 at 14:30
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
We study two-point one loop fermionic amplitudes (correlation functions) under an influence of the constant homogeneous magnetic field. In addition to the correlators of scalar, pseudoscalar, vector and axial-vector fermionic currents already known, we calculate the non-diagonal ones including the correlations of the tensor current with scalar and pseudoscalar currents. The tensor current is a fer ... More
Presented by Mr. Ilya KARABANOV
Type: Oral Track: Theoretical Physics
This work is aimed at a theoretical investigation of the helium and neon atomic clusters. Calculations of ultracold three - body clusters require accurate methods, without physical approximations, suitable for solving three - body bound state and scattering problems in configuration space. One of the effective methods for studying three - particle systems is based on using the differential Faddeev ... More
Presented by Mr. Artem KOROBITSIN
Presented by Mr. Artem KOROBITSIN on 26 Apr 2018 at 17:00
Type: Oral Track: Condensed Matter Physics
The Schwarzian derivative method is applied to solve the equations of motion of the blood flow in nanostructured Ti tube in (1+1) D. The propagation of solitary wave train for the thickness of the nanotube, the blood flow velocity, the corresponding blood pressure and solitonic waves has been studied. The resulting figures are physically and physiologically consistent with the Aorta of human body ... More
Presented by Dr. Mohammed AISH
Type: Oral Track: Applied Research
Liquefaction of cryogenic fluids (such as air or natural gas) consumes large amount of energy. Some of the energy used for liquefaction is stored in the cryogenic fluid as its cryogenic exergy and may be recovered during the regasification process. Increasing popularity of liquefied natural gas (LNG) results in large number of new LNG vaporization facilities where physical exergy of cold LNG may b ... More
Presented by Mr. Paweł WOJCIESZAK
Presented by Mr. Paweł WOJCIESZAK on 23 Apr 2018 at 16:45
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
This paper presents construction, operating principle and initial study of new devices for measurement and recording of arterial blood pressure, created at Wrocław University of Science and Technology. This device is equipped with a pneumatic pressure sensor based on the pneumatic nozzle flapper amplifier principle. During the measurement sensor is applied to the patient’s body, where the pulse ... More
Presented by Ms. Joanna KUźMA
Type: Oral Track: Life Science
Moringa oleifera seeds contain natural coagulants which can be used in water treatment . This paper will study the efficiency of seeds extract in treatment of drinking water. Seeds extract will be applied to water samples from EL-rayah AL-Tawfiky (in Benha city) . The following parameters will be measured for raw and treated water : Turbidity ,PH ,TDS ,Conductivity ,Total alkalinity ,Total ... More
Presented by Ms. Lamiaa GAD
Session: Life Science
Presented by Ms. Lamiaa GAD on 25 Apr 2018 at 14:30
Type: Poster Track: Experimental Nuclear Physics
Measurements of nuclear level half-lives provide direct insight into the nuclear structure, as they allow to extract essential information about transition matrix elements. This way, predictions of nuclear structure models can be verified, which is of great importance for investigation of the structure of nuclei located at double shell closures, particularly those with large neutron excess. We ... More
Presented by Monika PIERSA