The main purpose of the school was to provide young researchers (undergraduate and postgraduate students and research workers) with an exposure to specific methods for investigating mechanical systems. The term “mechanical systems” is used to mean both finite-dimensional systems of classical mechanics and infinite-dimensional systems described by partial differential equations. Two mini-courses were held: “Methods for obtaining and investigating solutions to nonlinear partial differential equations” and “Integrability of Hamiltonian systems”, and several special lectures were delivered.
Program committee: Academician V.V. Kozlov, Academician A.G. Kulikovskii, and A.T. Ilyichev
Organizing committee: A.P. Chugainova, V.V. Markov, I.Yu. Polekhin The school was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (Agreement No 19-71-30012), the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia (grant for establishment and development of the Steklov International Mathematical Center, No 075-15-2022-265) and the Ural Mathematical Center (Agreement No 075-02-2022-889).