Annual Winter School

of St.Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute

Program and time-table of the XL PNPI Winter School on Nuclear and Particle Physics and XII St.Petersburg School on Theoretical Physics
(St.Petersburg, Repino, February 20 - 25, 2006)

                (M-Music hall; C-Cinema hall)
    Monday, February 20
    15:00-15:10  M     Opening of the School
    15:10-16:00  M     Gnedin Yu. (GAO, Pulkovo, St.Petersburg) - Astronomy and
                       particle physics: new results of mutual interaction.
    16:10-17:00  M     Yakovlev D. (PTI, St.Petersburg) - Strange stars.
    17:10-18:00  M     Frederiks D., Palshin V. (PTI, St.Petersburg) - Recent observations
                       of X-ray bursts in neutron stars. Giant flare of SGR 1806-20.
    18:10-19:00  M     Kerbikov B. (ITEP, Moscow) - Neutron-antineutron oscillations.
    Tuesday, February 21
    Morning session
     9:30-10:20  M      Rudenko V. (SAI, MSU, Moscow) – Status of gravitation – waves
    10:30-11:20  M      Kirpichnikov I.  (ITEP, Moscow) –  Status of 2\beta0\nu - decay
    11:30-12:20  M      Kudenko Yu, (INR, Moscow) – Study of neutrino oscillations.
                        Experiment K2K.
    12:30-13:20  M      Nikitin V. (JINR, Dubna) – Highlights of particle physics in 2005. 
    Evening session
    15:00-15:50  M      Anisovich V.,  Sarantsev A.,  (PNPI)  - Hadron spectroscopy.
    16:00-16:50  M      Alkhazov G. (PNPI) – Main results of  SELEX experiment..
    17:00-17:50  M      Shcheglov Yu.(PNPI) - D0 recent results. 
                 C      Vanyashin V. (Dnepropetrovsk Univ.) -  Forty years of the
                        “Polarization of a charged vector field vacuum”.
    18:00–18:50  M      Sumachev V., Kruglov S., Lopatin I. (PNPI) - Measurements of
                        the spin rotation parameters A and R in the resonance
                        region of the pion-proton elastic scattering at the J-PARC.
                 C      Burlankov D.E. (Nizhnij Novgorod Univ.) - Dynamics of space.
    Wednesday, February 22
    Morning session
    9:30-10:20   M      Gaponov Yu. (RRC KI, Moscow) - New approach to description of 
                        Majorana properties of neutral particles.
    10:30-11:20  M      Rudenko V. (SAI, MSU, Moscow) – Equivalent Principle at the
                        new phase of GR tests. 
    11:30-12:20  M      Shvetsov V. (JINR, Dubna) – Neutron logging in space.
                 C      Diakonov D. (PNPI) – Yang-Mills  theory in terms of dual gauge
                        invariant variables.
    12:30-13:20  M      Marinova K. (JINR, Dubna) – Laser spectroscopic 
                        investigations of nuclear structure.
                 C      Likhoded A. (IHEP, Moscow) – Heavy quarkonium production. 
    Evening session
    15:00-15:50  M      Pasternak A. (PTI, St.Petersburg) – Modern methods of 
                        Doppler gamma-ray spectroscopy in nuclear physics.
                 C      Fadin V. (INP, Novosibirsk) – QCD amplitudes and  the 
                        multi-Regge  kinematics.
    16:00-16:50  M      Kubankin A., Nasonov N., Zhukova P. (BSU, Belgorod) –
                        Contributions of real and  virtual photon diffraction to the
                        formation of parametric X-ray yield.
                 C      Antonov E., Lipatov L.N. (PNPI), 
                        Cherednikov I.,  Kuraev E.A. (JINR, Dubna) – 
                        Effective field theory for high energy processes in QCD.
    17:00-17:50  M      Shchagin A. (KIPT, Kharkov) - Investigations and properties of
                        parametric X-ray  radiation.
                 C      Nikolaev N.(Inst.Kernphysik, Juelich, Germany) –
                        Factorization theorems for nuclear QCD.
    18:00-18:50  M      Pyatkov  Yu.(MIPI, Moscow) –  Searching for collinear
                        tripartition of heavy nuclei - status and prospects.
                 C      Saleev V. (Samara Univ.) - Heavy quarkonium production in the
                        Regge limit of the nonrelativistic QCD.
    Thursday, February 23
    Morning session
     9:30-10:20  M      Alexandrov Yu. (JINR, Dubna) -  On the semicentenary of the 
                        neutron Schwinger scattering discovery (1956) and of the first
                        neutron polarizability investigations (1956-57).
    10:30-11:20  M      Furman V. (JINR, Dubna) -  Current status of the experiment on
                        direct measurement of neutron-neutron scattering amplitude at the
                        YAGUAR reactor, Snezhinsk.
                 C      Lipatov L. (PNPI), Bartels J., Peters K. (DESY, Hamburg) –
                        Pomeron in the electroweak theory.
    11:30-12:20  M      Danilyan G. (ITEP, Moscow) - Neutral particle in nuclei ternary
                 C      Lipatov L., Onishchenko A., Velizhanin V. (PNPI),  Kotikov A.
                        (JINR, Dubna)  - Pomeron, graviton and ADS/CFT correspondence.
    12:30-13:20  M      Kopatch Yu. (JINR, Dubna) -  Experimental investigations of
                        ternary fission of heavy nuclei.
                 Ρ      Andrianov A., Andrianov V. (V.A.Fock  Dept. of  Physics,
                        St.- Petersburg State Univ.) and Giacconi P., Soldati R. 
                        (Bologna Univ., INFN, Italy) – Brane  world generation by 
                        matter and gravity.  
    Evening session
    15:00-15:50  M      Kadmensky S. (VSU, Voronezh) - The interferential effects in
                        nuclear fission.
                 C      Suslov I.(Inst.Phys.Problems, Moscow) - Gell-Mann - Low function
                        in the \phi^4 theory, QED and QCD for arbitrary coupling constant
                        obtained by summation of perturbation series.
    16:00-16:50  M      Gagarsky A. (PNPI) - Experimental studies of the angular
                        correlations of products from ternary fission of 233U and 235U
                        induced by cold polarized neutrons (25 min).
                        Guseva I. (PNPI) - Calculations of the particles angular
                        distributions  it the rotation fissioning system 
                        (235U +  polarized neutron). (25 min)
                 C      Teryaev O. (JINR, Dubna)  - QCD evolution and density matrix
    17:00-17:50  M      Goennenwein F.(Univ. of Tubingen, Germany) - Rotation of nuclei
                        following capture of cold polarised neutrons as observed in
                        experiments on ternary fission.
                 C      Kuraev E, Bystritsky Yu. (JINR, Dubna) - Role of  two- photon
                        exchange amplitudes in elastic electron proton scattering and cross-
                        processes for the case of polarized and unpolarized particles.
    18:00-18:50  M      Titov A., Mosjagin N., Petrov A., Isaev (PNPI) - Search for
                        electron EDM in molecular experiments: new objects and
                        importance of precise calculations.
    Friday, February 24
    Morning session
     9:30-10:20  M      Baryshevsky V.(RINP BSU, Minsk) - Spin rotation and oscillations  
                        of high energy particles in a bent crystal and storage ring and
                        possibility to measure the quadrupole moments and the spin
                        -dependent part of the coherent elastic forward scattering
                        amplitude of elementary particles and nuclei.
    10:30-11:20  M      Toporkov D.(BINP, Novosibirsk) – Internal target experiment in
                        the storage rings.
    11:30-12:20  M      Frank A. (JINR, Dubna) – Interactions of neutrons with
                        accelerated matter.
                 C      Braun V. (Regensburg Univ.,Germany)   –
                        Baryon form factors in QCD.
    12:30-13:20  M      Dzheparov F. (ITEP, Moscow) - Spin dynamics in disordered
                 C      Dorokhov A. (JINR, Dubna) – Meson distribution amplitudes         
                        within instanton vacuum model.
    Evening session
    15:00-15:50  M      Tchuvilsky  Yu. (SINP MSU, Moscow) - Pseudo-PT-noninvariant
                        effect and search for parity violation in angular distributions of 
                        unpolarized particles.
                 C      Volkov G., Lipatov L., Velizhanin V. (PNPI), 
                        Sabio- Vera A. (ITP, Hamburg, Germany)  - Geometric and
                        algebraic structure of the Calabi - Yau spaces.
    16:00-16:50  M      Karpeshin F. (PSU, St.Petersburg) - Time irreversa
                                   correlations in muon capture.                   
                 C      Shabelsky Yu. (PNPI) - String junction and baryon charge.
    17:00-17:50  M      Shaginyan V. (PNPI) - Electron systems with fermion condensate.
                 C      Shimansky S. (JINR, Dubna) - Cumulative processes:
                        current  status and outlooks.
    18:00-18:50  M      Ivanov V., Polozkov P., Solov’ev A. (PSTU, St.Petersburg) – 
                        Electron – positron clusters.
                 C      Kudryavtsev V. (PNPI) - New symmetries and tree level unitarity
                        in composite superstring model.
    Saturday, February 25
    Morning session
     9:30-10:20  M      Barabanov A. (RRC KI, Moscow), Beda A.(ITEP, Moscow) – 
                        Current possibilities of testing T invariance in the interaction of
                        slow neutrons with aligned nuclei.
    10:30-11:20  M      Ignatovich V. (JINR, Moscow) – Neutron Holography.
                 C      Kotikov A.(JINR, Dubna) -  Calculation of complicated 
                        Feynman diagrams.
    11:30-12:20  M      Matyshev A. (PSTU, St.Petersburg) - Nobel prize in physics –1906.
                 C      Pivovarov G. (INR, Moscow) - Higher derivatives in Minkowksi
                        and ultraviolet  behavior of phi^4.
    12:30-13:20  M      Harigel G. (CERN, Switzerland)-  - Title to be announced.
                 C      Kim  V.(PNPI) - Higgs production in diffractive processes at LHC.
    Evening session
    15:00-15:50  M      Stern B. (INR, Moscow) – Citation index ,  its interpretation and 
                        data on Russia.
                 C      Kuznezov A.V. (Yaroslavl University) - Neutrino propagation in
                        magnetized  plazma.
    16:00-16:50  M      Gvozdev A. - Possible nature of a Giant Flare in Magnetars.
                        SGR 1806-20 as example.
    16:50-17:00  M      Closing of the School