Seminars 

March 21, 2018, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
Joint seminar with Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics
N.V. Korepanova, N.D. Dikusar, Y.N. Pepelyshev, M. Dima: "Neutron Noise Analysis using the Basic
Element Method"
Abstract:
The neutron noise spectra in nuclear reactors are a convolution of multiple induced reactions.
In the case of the IBR2M pulsed reactor (JINRDubna), neutron noise is a random change in the pulse
energy. More... ( PDF)
 March 20, 2018, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
D. Oleynik: "Challenges for distributed computing in preparation to HL LHC"
Abstract:
Main aim of this talk is to get overview of current status and describe nearest needs from distributed
computing for LHC Experiments. Evolution of HEP Software and middleware of experiments which dictated by the
evolution of computing facilities and changes of distributed computing paradigm will be described.
 February 28, 2018, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
1. Taisia S. Shiniaeva: "Mathematical models of information processes in the academic community"
Abstract:
Model of activity in the network and its analysis was proposed as a result of the research.
More... ( PDF)
2. Bobkov S. A. (NRC "Kurchatov Institute"): "The classification of diffraction images by type biomolecules
studied in experiments on lasers with free electrons using machine training methods" (materials of a PhD thesis)
Abstract: The method of coherent xray diffraction microscopy (CXDI) on free electron lasers
provides a way for determining a threedimensional structure of nanodimensional objects, including biological
particles such as proteins and viruses, with a resolution up to 1 Å.
More... ( PDF)
 February 21, 2018, at 11.30 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
Ayryan E.A. (LIT JINR), Malykh M.D. (RUDN, MSU), Sevastianov L.A. (RUDN, JINR): "Finite differences method
and integration of differential equations in finite terms"
Abstract:
For ordinary differential equations of a certain class introduced by the French mathematician Painleve,
one can construct finite difference schemes that preserve algebraic properties of exact solutions.
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 February 15, 2018, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
P.V. Goncharov (State Technical University of Gomel, Republic of Belarus), M.A. Matveev (JINR): "Using HybriLIT
cluster to speed up the calculations for machine learning tasks"
Abstract:
In past decades the topic of selflearning algorithms, such as deep neural networks, has gained popularity.
The idea appeared in the 50s of the past decade, but hardware and software was an obstacle to research.
More... ( PDF)
 February 12, 2018, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
Prof. Daniel Vizman (West University of Timişoara, Romania): "Numerical modelling activities at West University of
Timisoara"
Abstract:
Prof. dr. Daniel Vizman is the Dean of Physics Faculty and the leader of the Crystal Growth Laboratory, West
University of Timisoara. Professor Vizman is a former Humbolt Fellow at Fraunhofer Institute, Erlangen,
Germany and the Secretary of European Network of Crystal Growth. More... ( PDF )
 January 18, 2018, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
Alexander Wagner (DESY, Hamburg): "JOIN^{2}. A scientists toolbox"
Abstract:
The talk gives an outline of the JOIN^{2} project for our new partners at the Joint Institute for
Nuclear Research (JINR), Dubna, Russian Federation. More... ( PDF )

Archive of LIT Seminars (2018)



