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Ginzburg Centennial Conference on Physics
will be held May 29-June 3, 2017 in Moscow

Vitaly Ginzburg, a Nobel Prize winner and full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, worked at the Theory Department of the Lebedev Physical Institute since 1940, and headed the Department from 1971 till 1988.

His fruitful and versatile scientific achievements have won broad recognition: he was a foreign member of various scientific academies (including the United States National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society) and a laureate of many scientific awards and prizes.

The Conference will cover a variety of subjects:

  • Relativistic and Plasma Astrophysics
  • Strong Correlation Effects and High-Tc Superconductors
  • Condense Matter Physics
  • High-Energy Physics
  • Quantum Field Theory
  • Superstrings, Higher-Spin Theory, and AdS/CFT
  • Quantum Gravity and Cosmology
  • Nonlinear Dynamics of Complex Systems
  • Precision Measurements, Constants, and Tests of Fundamental Theories

The International Advisory Committee includes:
L.Alvarez-Gaume (CERN, Geneva)  
R.Blandford (Kavli Inst. for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology, Stanford)  
I.Bozovic (Brookehaven National Lab., Upton)  
L.Brink (Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Goteborg)  
A.Cherepashchuk (Sternberg Inst., Moscow Univ.)  
D.Gross (Kavli Inst. of Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara)  
A.Gurevich (Lebedev Inst., Moscow)  
M.Henneaux (Univ. Libre de Bruxelles)  
L.Keldysh (Lebedev Inst., Moscow)  
I.Klebanov (Princeton Univ.)  
A.Linde (Stanford Univ.)  
J.Maldacena (Inst. for Advanced Study, Princeton)  
V.Matveev (JINR, Dubna)  
L.McLerran (Brookehaven National Lab., Upton)  
V.Mukhanov (Ludwig Maximilian Univ. of Munich)  
E.Peik (PTB, Braunschweig)  
A.Pikovsky (Univ. of Potsdam)  
V.Ritus (Lebedev Inst., Moscow)  
V.Rubakov (Inst. for Nuclear Research, Moscow)  
A.Sagnotti (Scuola Normale Superiore and INFN, Pisa)  
N.Seiberg (Inst. for Advanced Study, Princeton)  
G.Sivashinsky (Tel Aviv Univ.)  
A.Slavnov (Steklov Inst., Moscow)  
D.Sornette (ETH, Zurich)  
A.Starobinsky (Landau Inst., Chernogolovka)  
R.Sunyaev (Max-Planck Inst. for Astrophysics, Garching & Space Research Inst., Moscow)  
K.Thorne (California Inst. of Technology, Pasadena)  
A.Tseytlin (Imperial College, London)  
W.Unruh (Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver)  
V.Volpert (Camille Jordan Inst., Univ. Lyon)  
U.Wiedemann (CERN, Geneva)  
E.Witten (Inst. for Advanced Study, Princeton)  
A.Wolfendale (Univ. of Durham)  
J.Ye (National Inst. of Standards and Technology & Univ. of Colorado)  
A.Zaikin (Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology & Lebedev Inst., Moscow)  
V.Zheleznyakov (Inst. of Applied Phys., N.Novgorod)  

Local Organizing Committee

K.Zybin (Lebedev Inst.), Chairman
V.Fortov (President, Russian Academy of Sciences),
N.Kolachevsky (Lebedev Inst., Moscow),
G.Mesyats (Lebedev Inst., Moscow),
M.Vasiliev (Lebedev Inst.),Vice-Chairman,
O.Ivanov (Lebedev Inst.), Vice-Chairman,
A.Kolobov (Lebedev Inst.),Vice-Chairman,
P.Arseev (Lebedev Inst.),   A.Barvinsky (Lebedev Inst.),   V.Baturin (Lebedev Inst.),   V.Beskin (Lebedev Inst.),   D.Chernyshov (Lebedev Inst.),   V.Dogiel (Lebedev Inst.),   I.Dremin (Lebedev Inst.),   D.Gitman (Lebedev Inst.),   V.Gubernov (Lebedev Inst.),   V.Lebedev (Lebedev Inst.),   A.Leonidov (Lebedev Inst.),   R.Metsaev (Lebedev Inst.),   V.Nechitailo (Lebedev Inst.),   D.Nesterov (Lebedev Inst.),   A.Polezhaev (Lebedev Inst.),   A.Semenov (Lebedev Inst.),   A.Semikhatov (Lebedev Inst.),   O.Shaynkman (Lebedev Inst.),   A.Smirnov (Lebedev Inst.),   I.Tyutin (Lebedev Inst.),   Yu.Uspensky (Lebedev Inst.),   V.Zaikin (Lebedev Inst.)  

The hotel prices can vary from 6000 to 9000 Rub (Russian Rubles) per night depending on the hotel, or can of course be higher

Participation Fee
The early registration fee (before 1st of March 2017) is expected to be 22,000 Rubles for a participant and 11,000 Rubles for an accompanying person.
The standard registration fee (after 1st of March 2017) is expected to be 28,000 Rubles for a participant and 14,000 Rubles for an accompanying person.
The fee covers conference materials, welcome party, coffee breaks, daily lunches, and other organizational costs. The conference dinner will be charged separately (estimated to be about 3,000 Rubles).
The Organizers got special grant to support the participation of scientists working in Russia

Social Program
The Organizers plan to arrange a Moscow sightseeing tour and a cultural program

Addresses for correspondence:
GC2017 Organizing Committee,
Lebedev Physical Institute,
53 Leninsky Prospect, Moscow, 119991 Russia
Fax: 007 (499) 135 8533
e-mail: gc2@lpi.ru
web site: http://gc2.lpi.ru

We are looking forward to seeing you at the Conference in Moscow.
With Best Regards,
GC2017 Organizing Committee


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