AACIMP 2011 Science of Global ChallengesPresentation Transcript
VI Summer School“Achievements and Applicationsof Contemporary Informatics, Mathematics and Physics”(AACIMP-2011) Introductory lectures in SGC-stream August 8-19, 2011 Kyiv, Ukraine
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Science of Global Challenges AACIMP SGC-stream The stream is devoted to modern challenges of contemporary science in the fields of energetics, ecology, electronics, and mathematics. It also includes courses and lectures on different aspects of innovations and science intensive business and entrepreneurship.
Main concepts of the program SGC-stream program AACIMP-2010
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Stream structure SGC-stream program Courses SGC-02 Energy technology for sustainability (8h) SGC-03 Assessment of the impact of Naturally Occurring Radioactivity to Natural and Anthropic environments(8h) SGC-04 Analytical Methods of Energy Security Costs (4 h) SGC-12 International Industrial Marketing (11 h) SGC-13 Technological and Social Entrepreneurship in Clean Technologies(5 h)
Stream structure SGC-stream program Lectures SGC-01 Data Science (1 h) SGC-05 Nuclear Energy in the 21st century (2 h) SGC-06 Historical Overview and Recent Results in Doppler-Polarimetric Meteorological Radar (2 h) SGC-07 Dielectric Spectroscopy and Dielectric Permittivity Physical Nature (1 h) SGC-08 Dynamics of Gambling (1 h) SGC-09 Numerical computations with infinite and infinitesimal numbers and the Infinity Computer (2 h) SGC-10 Methods of Nonlinear and Multivalued Analysis for Multinature Controlled Processes and Fields (1 h) SGC-11 Synchronization of clocks (2 h) SGC-14 Siemens Online project “Smart Cities in Ukraine” (1 h)
Scientific Data Infrastructures for Interdisciplinary Problems SGC-01 08.08 Tutor Michael ZgurovskyD.Sc.,professor, acad. NAS of Ukraine National Technical University of Ukraine KPI, Ukraine E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lecture overview To collect, curate, preserve and make available ever-increasing amounts of scientific data, new types of infrastructures will be needed. Given talk covers some aspects of developing scientific data infrastructures for solving interdisciplinary problems and recent achievements of Ukrainian scientists in that field.
Energy technology for sustainability SGC-02 12.08-13.08 Tutor Satoshi Konishi Doctor of Engineering, Professor Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University, Japan E-mail: email@example.com Course overview The course provides the students from both technology and social science a chance to learn and consider the basic concepts of sustainability, and scientific effort on energy technology toward it.As a whole, students are invited to consider the preferable energy systems for the future.
Assessment of the impact of Naturally Occurring Radioactivity to Natural and Anthropic environments SGC-03 10.08-12.08 Tutor MicheleGuida Ph.D. in physics, professor of experimental physics Faculty of Engineering, University of Salerno, Italy E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Course overview The course consists undertaking a “journey” through the basic features of the phenomenon of radioactivity (produced by natural or artificial sources), enabling the students to become enlightened to the concepts of ionizing radiation, dose and exposure, and to become more familiar to the many examples of this phenomenon accompanying humanity since its very early paces on the Earth.
Analytical Methods of Energy Security Costs SGC-04 11.08, 13.08 Tutor Yoshio Matsuki ScD, professor Institute for Applied System Analysisof NTUU KPI, Ukraine E-mail: email@example.com Course overview The basic concepts and examples of those energy security costs are lectured during the first one hour; then more basic microeconomics theory follow together with graphical presentations. Next, the results of the case study held in Ukraine are presented.
Nuclear Energy in the 21st century SGC-05 10.08 Tutor Michel ChouhaDoctor of science Institute for Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN), France E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lecture overview The lecture first provides an insight into the global energy context and the potential role of nuclear energy in the global energy balance. Then, the students get acquainted with the current status of nuclear power plants in the world, the different types and design characteristics of the most widely used reactors, their control and safety features .
Historical Overview and Recent Results in Doppler-Polarimetric Meteorological Radar SGC-06 09.08 Tutor Felix Yanovsky D.Sc., professor National Aviation University, Institute of aerospace control systems, Ukraine E-mail: email@example.com Lecture overview Polarimetric radar can improve forecasts and warnings and reduce the impact of hazardous weather on national and international transportation.The lecture is devoted to the history of discovery, exploration, usage and actual advantages of this tool.
Dielectric Spectroscopy and Dielectric Permittivity Physical Nature SGC-07 09.08 Tutor YuriyPoplavko D.Sc., professor Faculty of Electronics, NTUUKPI, Ukraine E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lecture overview Dielectric relaxation spectroscopy can provide valuable information on the electrical properties of solid and liquid materials, their structure and molecular stability. Brief review of the method is given in the lecture.
Dynamics of Gambling SGC-08 16.08 Tutor Tomasz Kapitaniak Doctor of physics and mathematics, professor Division of Dynamics, Technical University of Lodz, Poland E-mail: email@example.com Lecture overview The lecture not only provides a general analysis of random effects in mechanical (engineering) systems, but addresses questions about the nature of randomness, and gives potentially useful tips for gamblers and the gaming industry.
Numerical computations with infinite and infinitesimal numbers and the Infinity Computer SGC-09 16.08 Tutor Yaroslav Sergeyev ScDin Physics and Mathematics, professor University of Calabria, Rende (CS), Italy and N.I. Lobachevski Nizhni Novgorod State University, Russia E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lecture overview The lecture discusses a new approach to numerical computations, allowing to build a simple and visual arithmetic for working not only with finite numbers, but also with an infinite and infinitesimal quantities.
Methods of Nonlinear and Multivalued Analysis for Multinature Controlled Processes and Fields SGC-10 09.08 Tutor Pavlo Kasyanov D.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics Institute for Applied System Analysis of NTUU “KPI”, Ukraine E-mail: email@example.com Lecture overview Lecturer presents fundamental research in analysis of distributions of state functions, their long-time forecasts; study of classes of mathematical models of piezoelectric, climate models; long-time forecasting for state functions of geophysical processes, hydrodynamics, heat-and-mass transfer, models of biology and medicine.
Synchronization of clocks SGC-11 15.08 Tutor Tomasz Kapitaniak Doctor of physics and mathematics, professor Division of Dynamics, Technical University of Lodz, Poland E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lecture overview The lecture not only provides a general analysis of random effects in mechanical (engineering) systems, but addresses questions about the nature of randomness, and gives potentially useful tips for gamblers and the gaming industry.
International Industrial Marketing SGC-12 17.08-19.08 Tutor Carl-Axel Engdahl Ph.D., professor KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden E-mail: email@example.com Lecture overview This course gives a basic introduction of problems and opportunities within international marketing. The course also gives a practical application of modern marketing theory within international marketing of industrial goods and services in the global economy.
Technological and Social Entrepreneurship in Clean Technologies SGC-13 15.08, 16.08 Tutor Roman Zinchenko Coordinator of Ukrainian Network of Energy InnovationsGreencubator, Ukraine E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lecture overview In this course varieties of possibilities to help “green” entrepreneurship navigate through this growing industry sector will be present.
Siemens online project “Smart Cities in Ukraine” SGC-14, GPA 16.08 Tutor OlenaSambrus Siemens, Ukraine Lecture overview The lecture present a new on-line project of Siemens company - Smart Cities in Ukraine. Siemens is a largest of its kind engineering conglomerate in Europe. The company acts in three main business sectors: industry, energy and healthcare.
Main places AACIMP Organizational issues Center (Khreshchatyk) 230, 249, 433 Stadium “Olympic” 189, 199, 411, 427 Railway Station 465 Destinations:
KPI main building AACIMP Organizational issues Daily (except Sunday) from 9:30 to 18:00 participants and tutors may visit the Lounge-room (7), where they can find free access to Wi-Fi, water and tea. The Chart of Ideas — stand for ideas, comments, suggestions of participants and tutors is also there.
Accommodation and Meals AACIMP Organizational issues Restaurant “DomashniaKuhnia” Address: 31 Prospect Peremogy Time of a breakfast: 9:00-9:45 Time of a lunch: 13:00-14:00 Time of a dinner will be changeable and will be announced beforehand by the organizers. Students’ Hostel Address: 146 Borshchahivs’ka str. Entrance is permitted till 23:00 and guest visits till 22:00
Social events AACIMP Organizational issues
General rules AACIMP Organizational issues
According to the Ukrainian law it is forbidden to smoke and drink alcohol in public places.
In case of any damage caused to the property of NTUU “KPI” reimbursement of such damages is accomplished at the expense of a person, who had caused that damage.
Organizing Committee is not responsible for any injury, loss of expensive things, documents or unpredicted expenses incurred during the Summer School.
The badge serves as the admission to lectures, actions and places of residence.
Feel free to contact organizing committee for additional informational for example, a code Wi-Fi access in a students’ hostel and in the main building.
Organizing committee AACIMP Organizational issues Stream coordinator IrynaLazko Contacts: +38(097) 907 0729 email@example.com Responsible for a work with participants – Olga Kashpur Responsible for a work with tutors – Katya Romanenchuk Technical support – SergiyKyrylyuk Student Science Association Room 299(15), build.#1 +38(044) 454 9243 +38(096) 623 7423
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