The workshop aims to provide new perspectives on mathematical modeling of microstructural evolution. Novel theoretical and experimental methods will be presented, particularly concerning the growth of dendrites under a variety of boundary conditions.
For more information, see the workshop page.
Reports by participants of the Ural Mathematical Center on their research topics are presented at the seminar. The seminar is held every first and third Thursday of the month, beginning from the new semester.
The seminar is a continuation of the Ural Workshop on Group Theory and Combinatorics. The seminar aims at covering modern aspects of group theory (including issues of group actions on combinatorial objects), graph theory, some combinatorial aspects of topology and optimization theory, and related topics.
The seminar is organized by the Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Ural Federal University, the N. N. Krasovsky Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Ural Mathematical Center.
The seminar is held on Tuesdays in online format, usually once every 2 weeks, with some exceptions. The list of talks can be found on the website.
The seminar is devoted to various theoretical approaches that allow analytical prediction of thermodynamic and magnetic properties of magnetically active materials with different microstructure and shape. The seminar considers ways of the influence of an external magnetic field, internal magnetic anisotropy of particles, and multi-particle dipole-dipole interactions.
The aim of the workshop is to make young researchers involved in the theoretical investigation of different magnetic nanocomposites: magnetic liquids, ferrogels, ferroelastomers, and dispersions of multicomponent magnetic particles.
Time and venue: Mondays at 9:30, room 611, Turgeneva 4.
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