Mathematical and Physical Modelling of Dangerous Natural Phenomena and Technogenic Catastrophes
23-25 May 2012, Tomsk, Russian Federation
Tomsk State University through its Regional Public Organization Tomsk Science Society of Mechanics, Thermal Physics and Risk Analysis is announcing the All-Russian Conference Mathematical and Physical Modelling of Dangerous Natural Phenomena and Technogenic Catastrophes. The conference will be held with International Participation on 23-25 May 2012 in Tomsk, Russian Federation.
The scientific programme will cover the following topics:
– Physical and mathematical methods for solution of problems in the Mechanics of Reacting Flows; – Determinate-probability models of forecast of natural and technogenic catastrophes; – Wildland fires and their spread across urbanized territories; – Collision catastrophe and the problems of predicting motion and distribution of dangerous astronomical objects, both natural and artificial origin; – High-Performance Computing and modeling of catastrophes using multiprocessor computers; – Strategy, tactics, technological tools of fighting against natural and technogenic catastrophes and emergency situations. Legal and jurisdictional aspects of prevention and fighting them; – Explosion, detonation processes and properties of matter under intensive dynamic loading; – Optical diagnostic techniques of atmosphere and the Earths underlying surface. Physical and mechanical properties of aerosols in the atmosphere.
For details on:
– Conference Programme Committee – Conference Organizing Committee – Paper guidelines (abstracts are due 1 April 2012) – Registration fees – Miscellaneous