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June 26

PLENARY SESSION   Chairperson: V.Ritus
  9.00 W.Evans(Univ. of Oxford)Supernovae and microlensing; applications of the GAIA satellite
  9.40 E.Feinberg (Lebedev Inst., Moscow)Constituent quarks in high-energy nucleus-nucleus collisions
10.20 A.Andreev(Kapitza Inst., Moscow)Quantum coherence between even- and odd- numbers of electrons and reality of additional spinor coordinates
11.00-11.30 Coffee-Break
Session ASTROPHYSICS: Compact Objects   Chairperson: D.Varshalovich
11.30 H.Sol,
O.Lai, G.Perrin, J.Woillez
(Observatoire de Paris-Meudon)Active galactic nuclei at very high angular resolution
12.10 V.Chechetkin(Keldysh Inst. of Applied Math., Moscow)Mechanism of supernova explosion
12.50 D.Yakovlev,
(Ioffe Inst., St.Petersburg)Pycnonuclear burning and accreting neutron stars
13.30-15.00 Lunch
Session Astrophysics: Compact Objects   Chairperson: Ya.Istomin
15.00 Yu.Gnedin(Pulkovo Observatory, St.Petersburg)Polarimetric observations of quasars and active galaxy nuclei: the interaction between observations and theory
15.30 S.Popov,
M.Prokhorov, M.Colpi, R.Turolla, A.Treves
(Sternberg Astronomical Inst., Moscow)Close young isolated compact objects
16.00 S.Blinnikov,
(ITEP, Moscow) Lightcurves of thermonuclear supernovae as a probe of the explosion mechanism and their use in cosmology
16.30-17.00 Coffee-Break
Session Astrophysics: Compact Objects   Chairperson: Yu.Gnedin
17.00 V.Zhmaylo,
E.Gubkov, Yu.Yanilkin
(VNIIEF, Sarov)The development of instabilities on the plasma surface expanding in a magnetic field
17.30 S.Kholin,
(VNIIEF, Sarov)High-temperature Thomas-Fermi equation with a magnetic field
18.00 V.Pavlov(Steklov Inst., Moscow)Influence of the astronomical factors on stress state of the Earth
Session SUPERSTRINGS AND DUALITIES   Chairperson: T.Yoneya
11.30 P.van Nieuwenhuizen(State Univ. of New York at Stony Brook)Covariant quantization of the superstring
12.10 I.Bars(Univ. of Southern California)Moyal star formulation of string field theory and status of nonpertubative computations
12.50 I.Aref'eva(Steklov Inst., Moscow)Recent progress in string field theories
13.30 - 15.00 Lunch
Session Superstrings and Dualities   Chairperson: B.Ovrut
15.00 E.Ivanov(JINR, Dubna)AdS/CFT as an equivalence transformation: (super)conformal mechanics revisited
15.40 R.Schiappa(Harvard Univ.)Open strings and Ramond-Ramond backgrounds
16.10 D.Polyakov(Helsinki Univ. & Helsinki Inst. of Physics)Brane-like states in superstring theory
16.30 - 17.00 Coffee-Break
Session Superstrings and Dualities   Chairperson: E.Silverstein
17.00 B.Ovrut(Univ. of Pennsylvania)The superpotential of instanton moduli
17.40 D.Minic(Virginia Polytech.Inst. & State Univ.)De Sitter space and string theory
18.10-18.40 A.Rosly,
(ITEP, Moscow)Helicity conservation in Born-Infeld theory
Session BRANE WORLD AND QUANTUM GRAVITY   Chairperson: A.Linde
11.30 W.Unruh(Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver)Black holes in a bathtub
12.00 A.Filippov(JINR, Dubna)Integrable models of black holes, branes, and cosmologies
12.30 V.Frolov,
D.Fursaev, D.Page
(Univ. of Alberta)Stringy black holes and Thorny spheres
13.00 M.Iofa(Skobeltsyn Inst. of Nuclear Phys., Moscow Univ.)String-loop corrected dyonic black holes
13.30-15.00 Lunch
Session Brane World and Quantum Gravity   Chairperson: A.Ashtekar
15.00 M.Weinstein(SLAC)A canonical hamiltonian treatment of black holes, Hawking radiation and the information paradox
15.30 I.Khriplovich(Inst.Nucl.Phys., Novosibirsk)Entropy and area of quantized black holes
16.00 K.Milton(Univ. of Oklakhoma)Entropy bounds in R x S3 geometries
16.30-17.00 Coffee-Break
Session Brane World and Quantum Gravity   Chairperson: D.Fursaev
17.00 O.Zaslavskii(Kharkov Univ.)Regular horizons with infinite backreaction and black holes without thermodynamics
17.30 D.Nesterov
(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)Duality of boundary value problems in braneworld physics
17.50 B.Altshuler(Lebedev Inst., Moscow)Calculation of the observationally small cosmological constant in the model of six-dimensional warped brane-bolt world
18.10-18.30 M.Gorbatenko(VNIIEF, Sarov)Fermions which can and must be present in a conformally invariant geometrodynamics (in case of lambda=0)
11.30 G.Esposito(INFN, Naples)New photon propagators in quantum electrodynamics
12.00 C.Schubert,
(Univ. of Michoacan)Two-loop self-dual QED
12.30-13.00 A.Nikishov((Lebedev Inst., Moscow)Vacuum-vacuum amplitude and the Bogoliubov coefficients
13.30 - 15.00 Lunch
Session HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS   Chairperson: L.Tikhonova
15.00 M.Greco(Univ. of Rome III)Forward-backward charge asymmetry in e+e- annihilation at very high energies
15.30 J.W.Gary(Univ. of California, Riverside)Gluon jets at accelerators: recent progress
16.00 Y.Eisenberg(Weizmann Inst., Rehovot)Charm and beauty production cross-sections compared with pQCD predictions
16.30 - 17.00 Coffee-Break
Session High Energy Physics   Chairperson: S.Panitkin
17.00-18.30 M.Krivoruchenko(Univ. Tuebingen)Transition form factors and dilepton decay rates of nucleon resonances
17.30 B.Kosyakov(VNIIEF, Sarov)Holography and two phases of the QCD vacuum
18.00 I.Lakhtin(Moscow Univ.)Jet quenching studies with CMS detector at LHC


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