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Conferences

Past Conferences

From November 22 to December 3, an international conference entitled "Regular and Chaotic Dynamics" and dedicated to the memory of Alexey V. Borisov was held at the Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS).
The International Conference «Nonlinearity, Information and Robotics» is orientated towards academic and engineering experts in the multidisciplinary areas of Nonlinear sytems, Information technologies and Robotics with emphasis on both theory and applications.
The International Conference «Nonlinearity, Information and Robotics» is orientated towards academic and engineering experts in the multidisciplinary areas of Nonlinear sytems, Information technologies and Robotics with emphasis on both theory and applications.
2019 marks the 150<sup>th</sup> birthday of the famous Russian scientist Sergey A. Chaplygin (1869-1942), who made a great contribution to the development of mathematics and mechanics. Such terms as the Chaplygin method, Chaplygin gas, Chaplygin vortex, Chaplygin ball, Chaplygin sleigh, etc. are well known worldwide. On this occasion we are organizing the International Conference “ Scientific Heritage of Sergey A. Chaplygin: nonholonomic mechanics, vortex structures and hydrodynamics”.
This conference is orientated towards academic and engineering experts in nonlinear dynamics, nonholonomic mechanics, classical and applied mechanics, systems with friction, biomechanics and related fields, with the focus on the cutting-edge theoretical research and the interaction between theory and practice.
The main goal of the Workshop is to bring together specialists in mathematics and mathematical physics to exchange experience and knowledge about the recent developments in the field of Hamiltonian dynamics, nonholonomic mechanics and other related areas of science and to stimulate further research on these topics. Special attention will be given to application of the theories to practical problems and computer-aided analysis.
Dedicated to Martin Kruskal on the occasion of his 90th birthday<br> and to the 60th anniversary of the solution of the Fermi–Pasta–Ulam problem