Archive of LIT seminars (2019) 

March 14, 2019, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
A. Ayriyan^{1}, J. Busa Jr.^{1,2}, H. Grigorian^{1,3}, E. E.
Donets^{4}: "Solving the optimization problem for designing a pulsed cryogenic cell"
1 Laboratory of Information Technologies, JINR
2 Institute of Experimental Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences
3 Department of Theoretical Physics, Yerevan State University
4 Veksler and Baldin Laboratory of High Energy Physics
Abstract:
The problem of optimizing the characteristics of a cryogenic cell heat source, namely,
a multilayer cylindrical configuration designed for a pulsed portion injection of working gases into
the ionization chamber of a multiply charged ion source, is considered. More... ( PDF )
 February 28, 2019, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
Maxim Filatov (Moscow, Elsevier publishing house): "Usage of Scopus and ScienceDirect in research"
Abstract:
• Basics of Scopus and ScienceDirect
• Why it is important to use Elsevier informational resources in pursuit of scientific information
• How Scopus can help me as a scientist
• How Scopus and ScienceDirect correlate
• Selection criteria for journals in Scopus and mechanism of expert evaluation
• How to find partners for research
Presentation... ( PDF )
 February 19, 2019, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
V.P. Tsvetkov (Tver State University): "Quantum phase spaces and nondeterministic chaos of
instantaneous heart rate"
Abstract:
The issue of describing the nondeterministic chaos of instantaneous heart rate based on its
quantum phase space is considered in the report. More... ( PDF)
 February 01, 2019, at 11.30 ( VBLHEP Big Conference Hall ) the seminar VBLHEP will be held: 
V.P. Gerdt (LIT, JINR): "Quantum computing: current state and prospects for use in high energy physics"
Abstract:
The talk is based on materials of the workshop "Quantum Computing for High Energy Physics» (CERN, November
5  6, 2018) and contains the stateoftheart brief review of quantum computing: hardware, software and
quantum algorithms. The emphasis is on optimization problems, the effective solution of which lies in the
field of quantum machine learning. This research area is important for analysis of big data in high energy
physics and other fields of modern science and technology. VBLHEP Online
 January 24, 2019, at 15.00 ( LIT, r.310 ) the seminar LIT will be held: 
Astghik Torosyan: "Algebraic and geometric properties of the state space of lowdimensional quantum systems"
Abstract:
The phenomenon of entanglement in composite quantum systems plays a key role in the theory of quantum
information and quantum computing. The subject of the seminar is the study of algebraic and geometric
properties of lowdimensional quantum systems, essential for the description of quantum correlations.
More... ( PDF)
 January 18, 2019, at 11.30 ( VBLHEP Big Conference Hall ) the seminar VBLHEP will be held: 
V.V. Korenkov (LIT): "Trends and prospects of development of distributed computing and Big Data analitics
to support megascience projects"
Abstract:
Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN play a leading role in scientific research in
elementary particle physics, nuclear physics, and Big Data analytics (BD). The global distributed system
for processing, storing and analyzing WLCG data  Worldwide LHC Computing GRID  unites resources of about
180 computer centers in 50 countries of the world. More...

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