Modern science and engineering with Ivan Stepanyan

Nonsingular Cosmology and its lessons: “No one, oddly enough, discusses the phenomenon of external thought control in the field of fundamental physics and mathematics,” says physicist Ildus Nurgaliev

Ildus Saetgalievich Nurgaliev is a theoretical physicist, at the same time an expert on secondary and higher education in the USA, his expertise is based on his own experience of studying at Boston University (specialty – “education management”), extensive research work at US universities, and wealth of experience in educational consulting for Russians.

Education: Boston University, Massachusetts, …

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The formation of coherent quantum mechanics in curved space-time is not simple, says Alexander Panov, physicist

Alexander Dmitrievich Panov is the Doctor of Physics and Mathematics; Physicist and astrophysicist; Head of the SETI Scientific and Cultural Center at the Council on Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences; “Life and Mind in the Universe” Chairman, Section of the Scientific Council on Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Leading Researcher, Laboratory of …

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Professor Maxim Khlopov on Сosmoparticle physics, the science of the fundamental relationship between the theory of the Universe and the physics of the microworld

Maxim Yurievich Khlopov (http://www.apc.univ-paris7.fr/~khlopov/) is the professor, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences. He is the Principal Researcher, Institute of Physics, Southern Federal University, Professor, Department of Elementary Particle Physics, NRNU MEPhI, Director of the Virtual Institute of Astroparticle physics (VIA), President of the Center for Cosmoparticle physics “Cosmion.”

He graduated with honors from the Moscow …

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Yuri Vladimirov: State and prospects of fundamental theoretical physics

Yuri Sergeevich Vladimirov – theoretical physicist, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1976), professor of Theoretical Physics Department of Physics Faculty, Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov, and professor at the Gravity and Cosmology Institute of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia.

Yu. S. Vladimirov was born in Moscow in 1938. He graduated from the …

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Anton Solov’yov: Two views of space-time

Anton Vasil’yevich Solov’yov graduated from the Physics Faculty of Moscow State University in 1990, candidate of physical and mathematical sciences. Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics Department at Moscow State University Physics Faculty.”

At Moscow University he teaches a special course “Differential forms and bundles in theoretical physics”, conducts seminars on the “Theoretical mechanics and fundamentals of …

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Professor Sergei Siparov: On the Way towards Physics Geometrization without Dark Matter Concept Introduction

Sergei Victorovich Siparov graduated from the LSU Physics Faculty, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, professor at St.Petersburg Civil Aviation State University, author of more than 150 articles, scientific works and monographs.

His last publication is “Introduction to the Anisotropic Geometrodynamics”, published by the World Scientific in 2011.

He suggested the gravity theory, also known as anisotropic …

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Alexey Krugly about Quantum Gravity and the Information Universe

Alexey Krugly – theoretical physicist, candidate of physical and mathematical sciences(PhD). Не graduated with honors from the Moscow State University Physics Faculty in 1984. Currently he works in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics of FSI FSS Scientific Research Institute of Systems Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.

He believes that the formulation and …

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On February 18 a lecture will take place in Andorra regarding Marie Curie and the detection of radioactivity

Marie Curie, having discovered radioactivity, opened the door to the subatomic world. The conference will examine the key stages of this scientific discovery and demonstrate the links uniting a small group of international researchers who stood at the foundation of quantum mechanics and will also focus on the fundamental interactions between the works of Pierre …

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