THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT
September 5-10, 2005
Snezhinsk, Chelyabinsk region, Russia
On September 5-10, 2005, Snezhinsk will host a traditional conference on high energy density physics (HEDP) - the 8 th Zababakhin Scientific Talks. This series of conferences is named after a prominent scientist, Academician Eugene Ivanovich Zababakhin who was a Scientific Director of Russian Federal Nuclear Center - VNII of Technical Physics for 25 years. The first conference - ZST - I (14.01.87-16.01.87) was organized as a memorial one devoted to Zababakhin’s 70 - th anniversary. It was a classified conference. Its main participants were employees of nuclear centers of Snezhinsk and Sarov. Its subjects were far beyond the frames of classified efforts, that is why the next conference ZST-II (16.01.90-19.01.90) was conducted as all - Russia conference. The following conferences ZST-III (13.01.92-18.01.92), ZST-IV (14.10.95-20.10.95), ZST-V (21.09.98-25.09.98), ZST-VI (24.09.01-28.09.01), ZST-VII (08.09.03-12.09.03) were international. Conference ZST-2005 is the eighth in this row. The Zababakhin Scientific Talks has become a recognized scientific forum on high energy density physics. The conference demonstrates the best achievements, overviews the results of research programs and discusses the further investigation of HEDP.
The subjects of the conference cover the main areas of HEDP in six sections:
1. Cumulative phenomena and high - intensive processes
2. Explosion and detonation phenomena;
3. Dense plasma phenomena and intensive electromagnetic processes;
4. Hydrodynamic instability and turbulence;
5. Properties of matter at high-intensive processes;
6. Numerical methods, algorithms, codes and accurate solutions.
The conference addresses both traditional and new research directions. It discusses the methods of reaching high energy density; problems of using it and implementing it in modern physical facilities; high - intensive processes running in laboratory experiments, technical applications, and natural phenomena, including astrophysical. Material properties in extreme states and in dynamic processes; modern theoretical models describing these materials; methods of loading and methods of studies, the newest experimental data, the results of theoretical calculations; databases on material properties and the processes of their use; converging shock waves and shells, collapsing cavities, radiation and laser implosion, high-intensive laser fields, super high magnetic fields and magnetic cumulation, inertial confined fusion, chemical and thermonuclear detonation, collision of space bodies, gravitation collapse, explosion phenomena in stars and galaxies; methods of mathematical modeling of the above processes and phenomena, software complexes, their organization and results comprise a wide, but not complete list of scientific applications of HEDP to be considered at the Zababakhin Scientific Talks.
Chair of International Committee:
E. N. Avrorin, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences,
RFNC - VNIITF Scientific Director, Russia
Chair of Program Committee:
V. A. Simonenko, Professor,
RFNC - VNIITF Deputy of Scientific Director
Chair of Local Organizing Committee:
B. K. Vodolaga, Professor,
RFNC - VNIITF Deputy Director
T. N. Gorbatova,
RFNC - VNIITF Head of Editorial and Publishing Group
Tel.: (351-46) 5-23-50
Leaders of sections
V. N. Nogin V.N.Nogin@vniitf.ru
A. K. Muzyrya email@example.com
B. G. Loboiko firstname.lastname@example.org
V. P. Filin email@example.com
I. V. Glazyrin I.V.Glazyrin@vniitf.ru
P. A. Loboda P.A.Loboda@vniitf.ru
M. I. Avramenko M.I.Avramenko@vniitf.ru
M. G. Anuchin M.G.Anuchin@vniitf.ru
Yu. A. Kucherenko firstname.lastname@example.org
A. V. Petrovstev A.V.Petrovtsev@vniitf.ru
V. I. Tarzhanov email@example.com
M. Yu. Kozmanov M.Yu.Kozmanov@vniitf.ru
A. A. Bragin A.A.Bragin@vniitf.ru
A. A. Shestakov A.A.Shestakov@vniitf.ru
CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite subject-related papers of high quality.
Your application form and abstract of the proposed paper are welcome before May 1, 2005.
The second announcement of the Conference will be made before July 1, 2005.
Invitations will be issued by July 15, 2005.
We ask you to confirm your participation in the Conference by August 15, 2005.
APPLICATION FORM OF THE PARTICIPANT OF THE CONFERENCE
Application form is to be directed to: http://www.vniitf.ru/events/2005/ZST/en/form.phtml or to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and consists of:
FORMAT OF ABSTRACTS
It is planned to publish a collection of abstracts by the beginning of the Conference. Abstracts are to be directed to organization committee together with an application form filled out for reporters. If an abstract does not meet the below requirements, the application form will not be accepted.
Abstracts are presented in two languages (Russian and English) in a web - page or .doc file (WORD 97) format. The abstract text is to contain no more than 300 words.
Format of an abstract. Use Times New Roman 11 point size only (other sizes as specified) and Symbol font for mathematical symbols. First comes a title of the proposed presentation (capital letters, no hyphens); then initial letters of the names and the last names of authors (10 point size) and full name of the authors’ institution(s); and finally - text of the abstract (single line spacing).
Tables and figures shall NOT be included!
After the Conference is over the presentations will be available at the web-site http://www.vniitf.ru/events/2005/ZST/ and on CD. Deadline for submitting the presentations is at the Conference registration.
More detailed information about the requirements to the abstracts and presentations can be found at
REGISTRAITON FEE AND ACCOMODATION