A.SakharovSc2 2nd International Sakharov Conference on Physics
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The Second International Sakharov Conference on Physics
was held on May 20-24, 1996, in Moscow, Russia.

The conference was organized by Lebedev Physical Institute.

More than 200 physicists from many countries celebrated in this way the 75th birthday of the distinguished physicist and world figure.

The style of the conference is unique since it gathers together leading physicists working in seemingly different fields, all of which were, nevertheless, among Sakharov's interests. At first sight, it could appear to be five parallel conferences.

    Their subjects are:
  • particle interaction at high energy,
  • astrophysics,
  • quantum gravity,
  • quantum field and superstring theory,
  • extremal states of matter.
However, participating in the conference one appreciates the overlap of approaches and methods used in various fields of physics. Besides, the plenary talks enlighten the most important problems undere discussion.

Plenary session
9.15-9.45 L.Keldysh
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Opening addresses
(Administration of the President of Russian Federation)
(President of Russian Academy of Sciences)
(Minister of Science and Technical Politics, Russia)
(SLAC, Stanford, USA)
9.45-10.30 B.Kadomtsev
(Kurchatov Institute, Moscow)
From MTR to ITER
10.30-11.15 I.Golovin
(Kurchatov Institute, Moscow)
On Controlled Magnetic Nuclear Fusion Program Initiated in Russia by Sakharov's Idea of Tokamak. Status and Prospects
Memorial session
11.45-12.25 V.Sidorenko
(Deputy Minister of the Russian Federation on Atomic Energy)
Safety of Nuclear Power Stations
12.25-13.00 L.Altshuler
(High Energy Density Center, Moscow)
Theory and Experiment in Research the History of the Soviet Atomic Project
13.00-13.40 R. Wilson
(Harvard University, Cambridge, USA)
Management of Plutonium and the Future of Nuclear Power
13.40-14.15 S.Drell
(SLAC, Stanford, USA)
Reducing Nuclear Danger
Memorial session
15.30-16.10 L.Rosen
(Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA)
Reducing the Nuclear Danger
16.10-16.50 F.Calogero
(Pugwash Conf. on Science and World Affairs, Rome, Italy)
A Nuclear-Weapon-Free World: Desirable? Feasible? Probable?
16.50-17.30 N.Krikorian
(Nonproliferation and International Security Division of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, USA)
Some Thoughts on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons
18.00-20.00 General discussion and reminiscences about A.D.Sakharov  
Plenary session. Chairman: V.Fainberg
9.00-9.45 J.Schwarz
(California Inst. of Technology, Pasadena, USA)
The Second Superstring Revolution
9.45-10.30 E.Fradkin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
The Way towards a Quantum Field Theory for Dynamical Systems with Curved Phase Space
10.30-11.15 L.Okun et al.
(ITEP, Moscow)
LEP, TOP and the Standard Model
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: A.Slavnov
11.45-12.10 F.Calogero
(Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, Rome, Italy)
Solvable (Classical, Nonrelativistic) Many-body Problems in the Plane
12.15-12.40 A.Mironov
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Group Theory Approaches to Quantum Deforming Integrable Systems
12.45-13.10 Q-Han Park
(Kyung Hee Univ., Korea)
Nonabelian Sine-Gordon Theory and Its Application to Nonlinear Optics
13.15-13.40 A.Sorin
(JINR, Dubna)
Towards N = 2 Supersymmetric Integrable Hierarchies
13.45-14.10 A.Zamolodchikov
(Univ. de Montpellier, France)
Conformal Bootstrap in Liouville Field Theory
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: M.Saveliev
15.30-15.55 B.DeWitt
(Univ. of Texas at Austin, USA)
Gauge Theory Without Ghosts
16.00-16.25 V.Fainberg
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow),
N. Pak, M. Shikakhwa
(Middle East Technical Univ., Ankara, Turkey)
The Path Integral Quantization and the Construction of the S-Matrix Operator in the Abelian and Non-Abelian Chern-Simons Theories
16.30-16.55 A.Nikishov, V.Ritus
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Rindler Solutions and Particle Sources
17.00-17.25 V.Pavlov
(Steklov Mathematical Inst., Moscow)
Invariant Formulation of Constraint Dynamics
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: V.Pavlov
11.45-12.10 S.Adler
(Inst. for Advanced Study, Princeton, USA)
Quaternionic Quantum Mechanics and Noncommutative Dynamics
12.15-12.40 V.Man'ko
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Formulation of Quantum Mechanics (with Replacement of Wave Function by Classical Distribution) and Simplectic Tomography
12.45-13.10 S.Shabanov
(Univ. de Valencia, Spain)
Supersymmetric Quantization of Gauge Theories
13.15-13.40 M.Bordag
(Inst. for Theor. Physics, Univ. of Leipzig, Germany)
A New Approach to the Calculation of Schrodinger Determinants
13.15-13.40 S.Kuzenko
(Tomsk State Univ.)
N-extended Gauge Supersymmetry of Massless Particles in Anti-de Sitter Space
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: P.West
15.30-15.55 M.Volkov
(Univ. of Zurich, Switzerland)
Computation of the Winding Number Diffusion Rate due to the Cosmological Sphaleron
16.00-16.25 Yu.Makeenko
(ITEP, Moscow)
Applications of Supersymmetric Matrix Models
16.30-16.55 A.Smilga
(ITEP, Moscow)
Instantons, Fermion Condensate, Screening and Confinement in QCD2 with Adjoint Fermions
17.00-17.25 L.Lipatov
(St.Petersburg Inst. for Nuclear Research)
Effective Action for QCD and Quantum Gravity at High Energies
Quantum Gravity - (QG). Chairman: R.Wald
11.45-12.15 J.Bekenstein
(Racah Inst. of Physics, Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, Israel)
Black Hole Hair: Twenty-Five Years After
12.15-12.45 A.Mirzabekian, G.Vilkovisky
(Lebedev Research Center in Physics, Moscow)
Vacuum Radiation in Expectation-Value Theory
12.45-13.15 B.Whiting
(Univ. of Florida, USA)
Singularity Avoidance during Gravitational Collapse
13.15-13.45 D.Kennefick
(California Inst. of Technology, Pasadena, USA)
The History of the Radiation Reaction Problem in General Relativity
Quantum Gravity - (QG). Chairman: J.Bekenstein
15.30-16.00 I.Novikov
(Theor.Astrophysics Center, Copenhagen, Denmark)
Wormholes and Timemachines
16.00-16.30 Bei-Lok Hu
(Univ. of Maryland, College Park, USA)
General Relativity as Hydrodynamics
16.30-17.00 D.Vassilevich
(St.Petersburg Univ.)
Gauge Invariance and Gauge Independence in Quantum Gravity
17.00-17.30 M.Katanaev Global Solutions and Geometric Interpretation of 2D-dilaton Gravity
Astophysics - (Ap). Chairman: V.Beskin
11.50-12.30 R.Narayan
(Harvard Univ., Cambridge, USA)
Accreting Black Holes
12.30-13.10 S.Teukolsky
(Cornell Univ., Ithaca, USA)
Colliding Black Holes
13.10-13.45 J.Krolik
(John Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, USA)
Reverberation Mapping the Internal Structure of Active Galactic Nuclei
13.45-14.20 T.Courvoisier
(INTEGRAL Science Data Centre, Switzerland)
A Possible Model for the Continuum Emission Variability of AGN
Astophysics - (Ap). Chairman: K.Zybin
15.30-16.00 V.Zheleznyakov
(Inst. of Applied Physics, N.Novgorod)
Radiation-Driven Diskons - New Astrophysical Objects
16.00-16.30 R.Turolla
(Univ. di Padova, Italy)
X-ray Emission from Old Accreting Neutron Stars
16.30-17.00 L.Zampieri
(SISSA, Trieste, Italy)
Time-Dependent Hypercritical Accretion onto Black Holes
17.00-17.30 V.Braginsky
(Moscow State Univ.)
The Route from Galileo Pendulum to the Quantum Pendulum
Particle Interaction at High Energy - (PI). Chairman: I.Dremin
11.45-12.30 R.Wilson
(Harvard Univ., Cambridge, USA)
Experimental Results from CLEO. Decays of the B-meson Measuring the KM-matrix
12.30-13.05 L.Moscoso
(DAPNIA/SPP, CE-Saclay, France)
Baryon Instability Search in Large Detectors
13.05-13.40 J.Stone
(Boston Univ., USA)
The Experimental Search for Nucleon Instability
13.40-14.15 C.Heusch
(Univ. of Santa Cruz, USA)
Heavy Neutrinos in Double Beta Decay and in Electron-Electron Scattering
Extremal States of Matter - (ESM). Chairman: M.Perel'man
15.30-16.10 V.Fortov
(High Energy Density Research Center, Moscow)
Strong Shock Waves and Extremal States of Matter
16.10-16.50 R.White
(Princeton Univ., USA)
Chaos in Tokamak Orbit Dynamics
16.50-17.30 S.Gerstein
(Institute for High Energy Physics, Protvino),
(Kurchatov Inst., Moscow)
mu-Catalized Fusion (Modern Status)

Plenary session. Chairman: V.Ginzburg
9.45-10.30 W.Sutherland
(Oxford University, UK)
Gravitational Microlensing Results from the MACHO Project
10.30-11.15 A.Gurevich
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Cold Dark Matter and Microlensing
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: J.Schwarz
11.45-12.25 L.Faddeev
(Steklov Inst., St.Petersburg)
Compactified vs. Noncompactified Variables on the Lattice and Duality
12.30-12.55 E.Sezgin
(Texas A&M University, USA)
A New Cartan Integrable System in Eleven Dimensions
13.00-13.25 I.Bars
(Univ. of Southern California, USA)
Hidden Dimensions and p-brane Duality
13.30-13.55 M.Kaku
(City College of the C.U.N.Y., New York, USA)
The Quantum Stability of II D Supermembranes
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: B.Voronov
15.30-15.55 P.Damgaard
(The Niels Bohr Institute, Kopenhagen, Denmark)
Higher Antibrackets
16.00-16.25 P.Lavrov
(Tomsk Pedagog. Inst.)
Superfield BRST Quantization of Gauge Theories
16.30-16.55 R.Marnelius
(Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden)
Triplectic Quantization of General Gauge
17.00-17.25 V.Pavlov
(Steklov Inst., Moscow)
Invariant Formulation of Constraint Dynamics
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: Yu.Makeenko
11.45-12.10 P.Van Baal
(Inst.-Lorentz for Theor.Physics, Leiden, The Netherlands)
A Simple New Improvement Lattice Action
12.15-12.40 S.Randjbar-Daemi
(Int.Centre for Theor.Physics, Trieste, Italy)
Domain Wall-Overlap Formulation of Chiral Lattice Gauge Theories
12.45-13.10 A.Slavnov
(Steklov Inst., Moscow)
Progress in Studies of Fermions on a Lattice
13.15-13.40 M.Tsypin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Importance of phi6 for Three-Dimensional Scalar Fields
13.45-14.10 N.Meiman
(Tel Aviv Univ., Israel)
Path Integration as a Perturbation Theory with Vector and Scalar Potentials as Perturbances
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: A.Tseytlin
15.30-15.55 D.Zanon
(Univ. di Milano, Italy)
Renormalization Group Flows in Sigma-Models Coupled to Two-Dimensional Dynamical Gravity
16.00-16.25 I.Bakas
(Lab. de Phys.Theor., ENSLAPP, France)
Solitons of Axion-Dilaton Gravity
16.30-16.55 I.Buchbinder
(Tomsk Pedagog.Univ.)
On Canonical Formulation of String Theory in Massive Background Fields
Quantum Gravity - (QG). Chairman: Bei-Lok Hu
11.45-12.15 V.Rubakov
(Inst. for Nuclear Research, Moscow)
Baby Universes, Quantum Coherence, Energy Conservation
12.15-12.45 A.Barvinsky
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow), G.Kunstatter
(Univer. of Winnipeg, Canada)
Exact Solutions to the Quantum Constraints in Generic Dilaton Gravity
12.45-13.15 A.Filippov
(JINR, Dubna)
Quantum Black Holes and 1 + 1 Dimensional Field Theories
13.15-13.45 J.Gegenberg, G.Kunstatter
(Univ. of New Brunswick, Canada)
Statistical Mechanical Entropy of Two Dimensional Black Holes
Quantum Gravity - (QG). Chairman: B.Whiting
15.30-16.00 K.Kuchar
(Univ. of Utah, USA)
Quantum Collapse
16.00-16.30 V.Berezin
(Inst. for Nuclear Research, Moscow)
Quantum Black Hole Model and Hawking's Radiation
16.30-17.00 H.Kastrup
(Inst. for Theor.Phys., RWTH Aachen, Germany)
On the Quantum Levels of an Isolated Black Hole
17.00-17.30 A.Pushkin
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov, Russia)
"Monstrous Moon Shine" and Physics
Astrophysics - (AP). Chairman: R.Narayan
11.50-12.20 E.Aubourg
(DAPNIA, Centre d'Etudes de Saclay, France)
Results of the EROS Microlensing Experiment
12.20-12.50 I.Wasserman
(Cornell Univ., USA)
Detectibility of Galactic Darc Matter
12.50-13.20 M.Sazhin, A.Yagola, A.Yakubov, A.Zakharov
(Sternberg Astronomical Inst., Moscow)
Microlensing by the Non-Compact Invisible Bodies
13.20-13.50 I.Bengtsson
(Fysikum, Sweden)
Galactic Rotation Curves
Astrophysics - (AP). Chairman: I.Wasserman
15.30-16.00 A.Gurevich, K.Zybin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Large Scale Structure of the Universe. Analytical Theory
16.00-16.30 B.Komberg, V.Lukash
(Astro Space Center, Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Formation of Large Scale Structure Traced by Quasars
16.30-17.00 R.Arnowitt
(Texas A&M University, USA)
Dark Matter in the Universe and Particle Physics
17.00-17.30 A.Gurevich, M.Zelnikov, K.Zybin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Observational Manifestation of CDM Caustics
Particle Interaction at High Energy - (PI). Chairman: K.Goulianos
11.45-12.15 S.Drell
(SLAC, Stanford, USA)
The Landau-Pomeranchuk-Migdal Effect
12.15-12.45 I.Dremin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Multiplicity Moments (QCD and Experiment)
12.45-13.15 P.Carruthers
(Univ. of California, Berkeley, USA)
Texture Analysis of Point Distributions: From Hadrons to Galaxies
13.15-13.45 I.Andreev
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Enhanced Correlations and Wide Charge Distribution in Pion Production
13.45-14.15 A.Efremov
(JINR, Dubna)
Handedness: Status and Puzzles
Particle Interaction at High Energy - (PI). Chairman: I.Andreev
15.30-16.00 K.Goulianos
(Rockefeller Univ., New York, USA)
On the Structure of the Pomeron
16.00-16.30 R.Eichler
(DESY, Hamburg, Germany)
The Structure of the Proton and the Photon from Electron-Proton Scattering at HERA
16.30-17.00 I.Royzen
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Valence Parton Distribution within Virtual Particles
17.00-17.30 A.Kaidalov
(ITEP, Moscow)
Diffractive Production in Deep Inelastic Scattering

Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I)
9.00-9.25 K.Stelle
(Imperial College, London, UK)
Duality Multiplets of Supergravity Extended Object Solutions
9.30-9.55 M.Cederwall
(Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden)
Monopole and D yon in N = 2 Super-Yang-Mills Theory
10.00-10.25 A.Marshakov
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
New Ideas in Nonperturbative Gauge and String Theories: Exact Results and Integrable Structures
10.30-10.55 A.Bilal
(Lab. de Physique Theorique, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France)
The Strong-Coupling Spectrum of Seiberg-Witten Theory
11.00-11.25 E.Bergshoeff
(Inst. of Theor.Physics, Groningen, The Netherlands)
Recent Developments in Supermembrane Theory
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: A.Zamolodchikov
11.45-12.10 P.West
(Kings College, London, UK)
Non-Perturbative Green Functions and Superconformal Invariance in Extended Supersymmetric Theories
12.15-12.40 D.Shirkov Non-Perturbativity in QCD vs. Q2-Analyticity
12.45-13.10 D.Kazakov
(JINR, Dubna)
Softly Broken Finite Supersymmetric Grand Unified Theory
13.15-13.40 B.Ovrut
(Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA)
Soft Supersymmetry Breaking Induced by Higher-Derivative Supergravitation
13.45-14.10 A.Gorsky
(ITEP, Moscow)
Peierls Model and supersymmetric Gauge Theories
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: K.Stelle
15.30-15.55 J.Gates
(Univ. of Maryland, College Park, USA)
A New Proposed Description of the 4D, N = 1 Supersymmetric Effective Action for Scalar Multiplets
16.00-16.25 E.Ivanov
(JINR, Dubna)
SU(2) x SU(2) Harmonic superspace: Some Recent Developments
16.30-16.55 A.Van Proeyen
(Inst. for Theoretical Physics, K.U.Leuven, Belgium)
The Definitions of Special Geometry
17.00-17.25 B.Zupnik
(JINR, Dubna)
Integrability of supersymmetric Gauge Theories in Harmonic superspace
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: I.Buchbinder
9.00-9.25 Y.Hosotani
(Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA)
Gauge Theory Model: Quark Dynamics and Anti-Ferromagnets
9.30-9.55 V.Zeitlin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Spontaneous Magnetization in Maxwell QED2+1
10.00-10.25 S.Ouvry
(Div. de Phys.Theor., IPN, Univ. Paris Sud., Orsay, France)
Random Magnetic Impurities and the Landau Problem
10.30-10.55 S.Sciuto
(Dipart. di Fizca Teorica, Torino, Italy)
Extended Conformal Theory of Heisenberg and Calogero-Sutherland Models
11.00-11.25 B.Kosyakov
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
Exact Solutions in the 6D Maxwell-Lorentz Electrodynamics and Yang-Mills-Wong Theory
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: S. Adler
11.45-12.10 S.Lyakhovich, A.Sharapov, K.Schekht
(Tomsk State Univ.)
Higher Spin Particle in Six Dimensions
12.15-12.40 M.Vasiliev
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Higher-Spin-Matter Interactions in 2 + 1 Dimensions
12.45-13.10 R.Metsaev
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Cubic Interaction Vertices for Higher Spin Fields
13.15-13.40 M.Martellini
(Milano University, Italy)
A New Non-perturbative Approach to QCD by BF-Theory
13.45-14.10 D.Gitman
(Univ. de sao Paulo, Brazil),
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Pseudoclassical Description of Higher Spins in 2 + 1 Dimensions
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory -(QFT-II). Chairman: D.Kazakov
15.30-15.55 J.Zinn-Justin
(Service de Phys.Theor., CEA-Saclay, France)
O(n) Loop Gas on a Random Surface
16.00-16.25 E.Marinari
(Univ. di Cagliari, Italy)
Complex Dynamics on Random Graphs
16.30-16.55 V.Kazakov
(Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France)
Two-Dimensional R2-Quantum Gravity and Matrix Models of Dually Weighted Graphs
17.00-17.25 J.Ambjorn
(The Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark)
Quantum Gravity as a Statistical Field Theory
Quantum Gravity - (QG). Chairman: G.Kunstatter
9.00-9.30 R.Wald
(Univ. of Chicago, USA)
The Entropy of Black Holes
9.30-10.00 V.Frolov
(Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada and Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Black Hole Entropy
10.00-10.30 R.Mann
(Univ. of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)
Quantum Entropy of Charged Rotating Black Holes
10.30-11.00 S.Solodukhin
(JINR, Dubna and Univ. of Waterloo, Canada)
Many Faces of Quantum Black Hole Entropy
11.00-11.30 D.Vassilevich
(St.Petersburg Univ.)
Gauge Invariance and Gauge Independence in Quantum Gravity
Quantum Gravity - (QG). Chairman: C.Misner
11.45-12.15 A.Neveu
(Univ. de Montpellier, France)
Simplified Feynman Rules for Gravity Inspired by the String Model
12.15-12.45 F.Englert
(Groeselenberg, Bruxelles, Belgium)
Non Locality in Quantum Gravity
12.45-13.15 M.Francaviglia
(Univ. di Torino, Italy)
New First-Order Action for Einstein Equations
13.15-13.45 R.Loll
(Sezione INFN di Firenze, Italy)
Making Quantum Gravity Real
13.45-14.15 B.Altshuler
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
May Classicality Serve as a Dynamical Selection Rule?
Quantum Gravity - (QG). Chairman: B.Altshuler
15.30-16.00 D.Finkelstein, H.Saller, Z.Tang
(Georgia Inst. of Technology, Atlanta, USA)
Supercrystalline Vacuum
16.00-16.30 Yu.Orlov
(Newman Lab., Cornell Univ., USA)
Origins of Quantum Hilbert Space and Indeterminism
16.30-17.00 K.Gjotterud
(Univ. of Oslo, Norway)
Remarks on Consistency and Completeness and a Possible New Foundation of Quantum Theory
17.00-17.30 M.Gorbatenko
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
On the Unification Consideration of Interactions by means ofthe Einstein-Infeld-Hoffmann Method
Astrophysics - (AP). Chairman: B.Coppi
9.00- 9.40 G.Pelletier
(Lab. d'Astrophysique de l'Observatoire de Grenoble, France)
Accretion-Ejection and High Energy Plasma Physics in the Environment of Black Holes
9.40-10.20 M.Camenzind
(Landessternwarte Konigstuhl, Germany)
Relativistic Plasma Confinement and the Jets of Quasars
10.20-10.55 R.Pudritz
(McMaster Univ., Canada)
Numerical Simulations of Hydromagnetic Disk Winds
10.55-11.30 V.Chechetkin
(Keldysh Inst. of Applied Mathematics, Moscow)
Hydrodynamical Processes in Astrophysics
Astrophysics - (AP). Chairman: M.Camenzind
12.00-12.30 H.Sol
(DARC, Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, France)
Modelling of Extragalactic Radio Sources
12.30-13.00 V.Beskin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
On the MHD Outflow - New Analytical Results
13.00-13.30 K.Tsinganos
(Univ. of Crete, Greece)
Analytical Modelling of Self-Similar Cosmic Winds and Jets
13.30-14.00 S.Bogovalov
(Moscow Engineering Physics Inst.)
Acceleration of Plasma by Rotating Magnetized Compact Objects
14.00-14.30 R.Khanna
(Landessternwarte Konigstuhl, Germany)
On Cowling's Theorem in the Kerr Metric
Astrophysics - (AP). Chairman: G.Pelletier
15.30-16.00 E.Asseo
(Centre de Phys.Theor., Ecole Polytechnique, France)
Pulsar Emission Mechanism(s)
16.00-16.30 Ya.Istomin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
From Radio Pulsars to Gamma-Bursts
16.30-17.00 G.Bisnovaty-Kogan, A.Timokhin
(Space Research Inst., Moscow)
Optical Counterparts of the Cosmological Gamma Ray Bursts
17.00-17.30 D.Lamb
(Univ. of Chicago, USA)
Gamma-Ray Bursts: Galactic or Cosmological in Origin?
Particle Interaction at High Energy - (PI). Chairman: P.Carruthers
9.00-9.30 G.Semenoff
(Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)
Confinement-Deconfinement Phase Transition in an Adjoint Non-Abelian Coulomb Gas
9.30-10.00 Y.Frishman
(Weizmann Inst. of Science, Rehovot, Israel)
Constituent Quarks as Solitons in QCD
10.00-10.30 M.Polikarpov
(ITEP, Moscow)
Higgs Potential and Aharonov-Bohm Effect in Lattice Gluodynamics
10.30-11.00 T.Gonsalez-Arroyo
(Univ. Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)
Classical Configurations and Confinement
11.00-11.30 B.Ioffe
(ITEP, Moscow)
Effect of Polarization on the Propagation of Photons in the Completely Ionized Gas
Particle Interaction at High Energy - (PI). Chairman: I.Royzen
11.45-12.15 K.Ter-Martirosyan
(ITEP, Moscow)
Restrictions on Higgs Masses in the SM and SUSY-theories
12.10-12.45 K.Berkelman
(Newman Lab., Cornell Univ., USA)
CP Violation at an e+ e-- Collider
12.45-13.15 M.Danilov
(ITEP, Moscow)
CP Violation at HERA B
13.15-13.45 G.Domogatsky
(Inst. for Nuclear Research, Moscow)
The Baikal Neutrino Experiment
13.45-14.15 A.Sadovoy
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
About the Antiproton Systems Structure
Extremal States of Matter - (ESM). Chairman: V.Vanyashin
15.30-16.00 A.Uchaev et al.
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
Extremal State of Matter - State at Negative Pressure, caused by Volume Heating Through Pulses of Penetrating Radiation
16.00-16.30 E.Lin
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
Qualitative Models of Matter Clustering under Extreme Conditions
16.30-17.00 Yu.Yanilkin et al.
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
A Technique for Computing 2D Flows of Coagulating Polydisperse Medium
17.00-17.30 V.Platonov et al.
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
Solid State Physics in Ultrahigh Magnetic Fields
17.30-17.45 S.Kholin et al.
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
Optics Methods for Measure of Magnetics Fields over 100 Moe in a Low-Density Plasma

Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: R. Kallosh
9.00-9.25 L.Brink
(Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden)
Generalized Toda Theories
9.30-9.55 M.Saveliev
(Inst. for High Energy Physics, Protvino)
Some Integrable Generalizations of the Continuous Toda System Coupled to Matter Fields
10.00-10.25 D.Sorokin
(INFN, Sezione di Padova, Italia and Kharkov Inst. of Physics and Technology,Ukraine)
Superstrings in the Geometrical Approach and Constrained Super-WZNW Models
10.30-10.55 A.Semikhatov
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
The Non-Critical N = 2 String is an sl(2|1) Theory
11.30-11.25 A.Leznov The Group of Discrete Symmetry as a Foundation of the Theory of Integrable Systems
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-I). Chairman: E.Bergshoeff
11.45-12.10 R.Kallosh
(Stanford Univ., USA)
Supersymmetry and Black Holes
12.15-12.40 I.Volovich
(Steklov Inst., Moscow)
D-branes and Black Hole Entropy
12.45-13.10 A.Tseytlin
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow and Imperial College, London, UK)
Black Holes in String Theory
13.15-13.40 C.Hull
(Queen Mary and Westfield College, Univ. of London, UK)
Exotic Phases of Superstring and M Theories
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: B.Ovrut
9.00-9.25 I.Aref'eva
(Steklov Inst., Moscow)
The Master Field for Multicolour QCD
9.30-9.55 M.Soloviev
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Use of Nontempered Distributions to Handle Infrared Singularities
10.00-10.25 P.Mansfield
(Univ. of Durham, UK)
A Large Distance Expansion for Quantum Field Theory
10.30-10.55 S.Krivonos
(JINR, Dubna)
The Embeddings of (Super) Strings and Linearization from the Nonlinear Realizations
Quantum Field Theory & Superstring Theory - (QFT-II). Chairman: A.Gorsky
11.45-12.10 C.Preitschopf
(Inst. fur Physik, Humboldt-Univ. zu Berlin, Germany)
Symmetries and Solutions of Selfdual Yang-Mills Theory
12.15-12.40 C.Fronsdal
(Univ. of California, Los Angeles, USA)
The Quantized Elliptic Quantum Groups
12.45-13.10 A.Zabrodin Functional Relations for Quantum Transfer Matrices and Elliptic Solutions to Classical Discrete Nonlinear Equations
Quantum Gravity -(QG). Chairman: A.Starobinsky
9.00-9.30 A.Linde
(Stanford Univ., USA)
Recent Progress in Inflationary Cosmology
9.30-10.00 A.Barvinsky
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow),
(Nuclear Safety Inst., Moscow)
Quantum Creation of the Early Inflationary Universe
10.00-10.30 M.Shaposhnikov
(CERN, Switzerland and Inst. for Nuclear Research, Moscow)
Electroweak Phase Transition and the Early Universe
10.30-11.00 G.Esposito
(Inst. Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Mostra d'Oltremare Padiglione, Italy)
SO(10) GUT Models and Cosmology
Quantum Gravity -(QG). Chairman: K.Kuchar
11.45-12.25 A.Starobinsky
(Landau Inst. for Theoretical Physics, Chernogolovka)
Stochastic Inflation and Stochastic Cosmology
12.25-12.55 L.Grishchuk
(Univ. of Wales, UK and Moscow State Univ.)
Quantum Mechanics in Cosmology and the Sakharov Oscillations
12.55-13.25 A.Kamenshchik, I.Khalatnikov, A.Toporensky
(Nuclear Safety Institute, Moscow)
Complex Inflaton Field in Quantum Cosmology
13.25-13.55 A.Kirillov
(Inst. for Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics, N.Novgorod)
Topology Fluctuations in Quantum Gravity as a Dark Matter
Astrophysics - (Ap). Chairman: A.Gurevich
9.00-9.35 Yu.Parijskij
(Special Astrophysical Observatory, N.Arkhyz)
CMB Anisotropy Experiment: Past Present and Future
9.35-10.10 N.Kardashev
(Astro Space Center, Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Cosmic Supercollider. Radioastron and Millimetron
10.10-10.45 A.Boyarchuk
(Inst. of Astronomy, Moscow)
The Spectrum-UV Project
10.45-11.20 R.Sunyaev
(Space Research Inst., Moscow)
GRANAT and MIR-KVANT X-Ray observations of galactic superluminal radiosources. The scaling towards supermassive black holes in quasars and Active Galactic Nuclei
Astrophysics - (Ap). Chairman: A.Gurevich
11.50-12.25 R.Lamb
(Iowa State Univ., USA)
Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy
12.25-13.00 V.Ginzburg
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Cosmic Ray Astrophysics (History and General Review)
13.00-13.30 B.Coppi
Contribution from Physics of Fusion (Burning) to High Energy Astrophysics
13.30-14.00 V.Dogiel
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Gamma-Rays and Cosmic Ray Propagation in the Galaxy
14.00-14.30 D.Varshalovich, A.Potekhin, K.Lanzetta, V.Panchuk, A.Ivanchik
(Ioffe Physical Technical Inst., St.Petersburg)
Testing Cosmological Variability of Fundamental Physical Constants
Extremal States of Matter - (ESM). Chairman: V.Ritus
9.00-9.30 L.Vakhlamova et al.
(Russian Federal Nuclear Center, Sarov)
Numerical Study of 2D Perturbations in Ellipsoidal Target of Heavy-Ion Thermonuclear Fusion
9.30-10.00 M.Perel'man Sonoluminescence as the Unique Effect of Energy Concentration
10.00-10.30 V.Vanyashin Axionic Fuel for Sun
Plenary session. Chairman: L.Brink
15.30-16.15 J.Wheeler
(Princeton Univ. and Univ. of Texas/Austin, USA)
Implosion of Strong Gravity Waves in Early Universe to Make Black Hole Component of Missing Mass
16.15-17.00 B.Allen
(Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA)
The Stochastic Gravity Wave Background: Sources and Detection
17.00-17.45 E.Feinberg
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)
Transformations of the Hadronic and Subhadronic Substance under Extreme Conditions


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