BGL 17: 10th Bolyai-Gauss-Lobachevsky Conference on Non-Euclidean Geometry and its Applications

from Sunday, 20 August 2017 (17:00) to Saturday, 26 August 2017 (22:00)
Károly Róbert Campus, Eszterházy Károly University Gyöngyös, Hungary (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
20 Aug 2017
21 Aug 2017
22 Aug 2017
23 Aug 2017
24 Aug 2017
25 Aug 2017
26 Aug 2017
AM
09:00
Opening Section: Diffraction and forward physics at CERN LHC - Laszlo Jenkovszky (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine) (until 10:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00 Greetings by the Rector of the Eszterházy Károly University - Dr Kálmán Liptai (Eszterházy Károly Egyetem, Gyöngyös, Hungary)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:05 Recent results from the TOTEM experiment at LHC - Prof. Tamás Csörgő (EKE KRC Gyöngyös and Wigner RCP Budapest)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:35 Proton – proton scattering at the LHC - Mr István Szanyi (Uzhgorod National University)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:00 Exclusive particle production in pp and pPb collisions at CMS - Mr Olivér Surányi (Eötvös Loránd University)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:30 --- Coffee break 1 ---
11:00
Femtoscopic results from the PHENIX experiment at RHIC - Ferenc Siklér (Wigner RCP, Budapest (HU)) (until 12:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:00 Femtoscopy with Levy geometry in the PHENIX experiment at RHIC - Dr Máté Csanád (Eötvös University, Budapest)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:30 Centrality dependent Levy femtoscopy in PHENIX - Mr Sándor Lökös   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
12:00 Three particle femtoscopy, HBT correlations in PHENIX - Dr Tamás Novák   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00
Quantum physics and geometry - Tamas Csorgo (Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HU)) (until 10:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00 Fundamental cosmological problems in the quantum theory of gravity - Prof. Boris Arbuzov (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:30 Stochastic processes in space of quantum random joint events - Prof. Alexander Biryukov   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:00 On classification of some nonsingular manifolds in the space M(1,3 ) x R(u) - Prof. Vasyl Fedorchuk   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:30 --- Coffee Break 3 ---
11:00
Gravitational Waves 1: Waveforms (until 12:20) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:00 Gravitational waves and source parameters - Dr Mátyás Vasúth   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:30 Lightlike shockwaves in scalar – tensor theories - Mr Bence Racskó   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
12:00 Investigating different precessing gravitational waveforms - Dr Márton Tápai   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00
Non-Eucledian geometries and their applications -Dr Norman Wildberger (until 10:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00 BGL and hyperboloid architecture - Prof. Laszlo Jenkovszky (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:30 On maximal homogeneous 3 – geometries - Prof. Emil Molnár   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:00 Non – Euclidean geometry, nontrivial topology and quantum vacuum effects - Prof. Yurii Sitenko   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:30 --- Coffee Break 5 ---
11:00
Hyperbolic geometry and gravity -Dr Yurii Sitenko (until 12:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:00 A completely algebraic approach to hyperbolic geometry - over finite fields - Prof. Norman Wildberger   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:30 Symplectic group and quantum physics - Dr Zoltán Zimborás (BITP, KIev, Ukraine)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
12:00 Geometry of bigravity - Prof. Vladimir Solovev (SPbSTU)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00
Geometric ascpects of thermodynamics (until 10:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00 Entropic Distance for Nonlinear Master Equation - Prof. Tamás Sándor Biró (Wigner RCP, Budapest, Hungary)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:30 Geometric aspects and uses of deformed models of thermostatistics - Prof. Alexandre Gavrilik (BITP, KIev, Ukraine)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:00 Uniform equivalence of two linear nonautonomous scalar differential eq - Prof. Elena Gubina   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:30 --- Coffee Break 6 ---
11:00
Fluctuations, non-Gaussian moments and freeze-out -Dr Vasyl Fedorchuk (until 12:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:00 Mean – field approach in the multi – component gas of interacting particles - Prof. Dmitry Anchishkin (BITP, Kiev, Ukraine)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:30 Higher order anisotropies from hydrodynamical freeze-out models - Sándor Lökös Sándor Lökös   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
12:00 Non – Gaussian moments of fluctuations of conserved charges - Dr Volodymyr Vovchenko (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00
Bolyai, Gauss and Lobachevsky, recent results in science history (until 10:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00 Professor D. A. Gudkov (1918 – 1992) – an outstanding mathematician and the researcher of Lobachevsky's biography - Prof. Grigory Polotovskiy (Lobachevsky State University, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:30 How came Gauss beside Bolyai – Lobachevsky - Prof. Péter Gyarmati (prof. emeritus from Stanford, USA)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:00 J. Bolyai and the Semmelweis reflex - Prof. Tamás Csörgő (EKE KRC Gyöngyös and Wigner RCP, Budapest, Hungary)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
10:30 --- Coffee Break 8 ---
11:00
Bolyai, Gauss and Lobachevsky 2: Recent results and recent parallels (until 12:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:00 On the objective reduction of the wave – function: Károlyházy and Bolyai - Dr György Kádár   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
11:30 János Bolyai's physics, in the light of his manuscripts - Dr Róbert Oláh – Gál   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
12:00 From an unmarked tomb to UNESCO's World Heritage - Ms Anna Oláh   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
09:00
Prof.I.Lovas Memorial Section - Open to the public (until 10:00) ()
10:00 --- Post conference excursion to Eger - includes meals and wines but for extra fee ---
PM
17:00
Recommended cultural programme in Gyöngyös, Fő tér, Open Air Concert Desk, August 20 St. Steven’s Day (until 21:00) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
12:30 --- Lunch break 1 ---
14:00
Fireball hydrodynamics I. - Mate Csanad (Eotvos University, Budapest) (until 15:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:00 Effect of intense magnetic fields on reduced – MHD evolution - Dr Victor Roy (J W Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:30 New rotating exact solutions of multi – component fireball hydrodynamics - Mr Gábor Kasza (Eötvös Loránd University)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:00 Perturbative solutions of relativistic hydrodynamics - Mr Bálint Kurgyis   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:30 --- Coffee break 2 ---
16:00
Femtoscopy 2. (until 17:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
16:00 Femtoscopy with identified hadrons in pp, pPb, and PbPb collisions in CMS - Prof. Ferenc Siklér (Wigner RCP, Budapest (HU))   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
16:30 Hydrodynamics, viscosity, TBA - Peter Ván Peter Ván (Wigner RCP)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
17:00 Model independent analysis of data with nearly Gaussian or Levy shape - Mr András Ster (WIgner RCP, Budapest, Hungary)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
17:30 --- Welcome dinner ---
20:00 Cultural programme: Experidance - Gyöngyhajú Lány - Girl with Pearly Hair - ExperiDance Production   ()
12:20 --- Lunch break 2 ---
14:00
Gravitational Waves 2: Sources -Dr Mátyás Vasúth (until 15:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:00 Precessing black hole binaries and their gravitational radiation - Prof. László Gergely Árpád (University of Szeged)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:30 Jet characteristics of gravitational wave sources - Ms Emma Kun   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:00 Hamiltonian dynamics of doubly – foliable space – times - Ms Cecília Nagy   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:30 --- Coffee Break 4 ---
16:00
Gravitational Waves 3: Facilities - Laszlo Gergely (U) (until 17:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
16:00 From 2nd generation GW detectors towards Einstein Telescope - Prof. Jo van den Brand   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
16:30 Activity of Mátra Gravitational and Geophysical Laboratory - Dr Péter Ván (Wigner RCP)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
17:00 Long term seizmic measurements in the Mátra mountain range - Mr László Ábel Somlai   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
19:30
Einstein Telescope Project and Regional Development (until 21:30) ()
19:30 MGGL- Bemutatkozik a Mátra Gravitációs és Geofizikai Laboratórium - Dr Peter Ván (Wigner RCP)   ()
19:50 Fekete lyukak, gravitációs hullámok és az Einstein-teleszkóp - Prof. Árpád László Gergely (University of Szeged)   ()
20:10 Einstein Telescope Project and Regional Development - Prof. Jo van den Brand (NIKHEF)   ()
12:30 --- Lunch break 3 ---
13:30
Conference excursion in the city of Gyöngyös (until 20:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
12:30 --- Lunch break 4 ---
14:00
Fireball hydrodynamics 2 (until 15:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:00 Stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis - Dr Miklós Kiss (Berze Nagy János Gimnázium Gyöngyös)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:30 New exact solutions of fireball hydrodynamics with shear and bulk viscosity - Prof. Tamás Csörgő (Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HU))   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:00 Accelerating hydro for p+p, Cu+Cu, Au+Au, and Pb+Pb collisions - Dr Máté Csanád   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:30 --- Coffee Break 7 ---
16:00
Wine tasting in the Bárdos Winery, Farkasmály (until 18:00) ()
18:30 --- Conference Dinner (open air grilling if weather permits) ---
12:30 --- Lunch Break 5 ---
14:00
Section 17 (until 15:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:00 CREDO : Cosmic – Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory - Dr Piotr Homola (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
14:30 Engaging the public in Cosmic Ray Research - Dr Johanna Jarvis (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Cracow, Poland)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:00 Visualizations of maximal homogeneous 3-geometries - Dr István Prok (BME)   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
15:30 --- Coffee Break 9 ---
16:00
Outreach section (until 17:30) (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
16:00 Muography: imaging with cosmic muons - Dr Dezső Varga (Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HU))   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
16:30 Dobó Science Club - A Dobó Természettudományos Önképzőkör - Mrs Márta Berkes – Sinka   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
17:00 First 10 years of the Berze Science Club - a BerzeTÖK első 10 éve - Mrs Erzsébet Kissné Császár   (Lecture Hall 5, Main (A) Building)
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