Proposal

Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics (ISGCA-2024):

curriculum of the 5th International Youth Summer School

July 1st-8th, 2024, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia

Education and Laboratory Building, Conference Hal

 

July 1st

9.30-10.00: Opening ceremony

10.00-11.35: Mohammad Sami (Professor, Centre for Cosmology and Science Popularisation (CCSP), SGT University, India) Distinguished issues of the standard model of the Universe

11.35-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.35: Galtsov Dmitry Vladimirovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia) Modern Gravity

13.35-13.50: Coffee break

13.50-15.25: Lipunov Vladimir Mikhailovich   (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Russia) Gravitational-Wave Astronomy: Prediction, Discovery and Localization

15.25-15.40: Coffee break

15.40-17.15: Pinto Innocenzo (retired professor, University of Naples «Federico II», Optica (OSA) Fellow, Italy) Multi-Detector GW Data Fusion and Non-Ideal Detector Noise Modeling

 

July 2nd

10.00-11.35: Sazhina Olga Sergeevna (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Russia) Hubble tension

11.35-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.35: Chervon Sergey Viktorovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Ulyanovsk State University of Education, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia) Cosmological Models Based on Modified Theories of Gravity with Higher Derivatives

13.35-13.50: Coffee break

13.50-15.25: Fomin Igor Vladimirovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia) Methods of Classification and Analysis of Cosmological Models

15.25-15.40: Coffee break

15.40-17.15: Mishra Bivudutta (Professor, BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, India) Symmetric Teleparallel Gravity Field Equations with Coincident and Non-coincident Gauge

 

July 3rd

10.00-11.35: Balakin Alexandr Borisovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Kazan Federal University, Russia) The Problem of Hierarchy in the Dark Sector of Cosmic Interactions

11.35-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.35: Rubin Sergey Georgievich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, NRNU MEPhI, Russia) Fine-tuning Extra Spatial Dimensions during the Formation of the Universe

13.35-13.50: Coffee break

13.50-15.25: Levin Sergey Fedorovich (D.Sc. (Eng.), Professor, Moscow Institute of Expertise and Testing, Russia) Gravitational Inhomogeneity Dipoles in the Large-scale Structure of the Universe

 

July 4th

10.00-11.35: Cherepashchuk Anatoly Mikhailovich (Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Russia) 60 Years of Black Hole Observations: the Ultimate Discovery

11.35-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.35: Alekseev Stanislav Olegovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Russia) Simulating Black Hole Shadows. Accounting for Rotation

13.35-13.50: Coffee break

13.50-15.25: Pavlov Yuriy Viktorovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) A Relativistic Rocket in the Gravitational Field of a Black Hole and the Oberth Effect

15.25-15.40: Coffee break

15.40-17.15: Tripathy Sunil Kumar (Professor, Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, India) Casimir Wormholes in Extended Gravity

 

July 5th

10.00-11.35: Gladyshev Vladimir Olegovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Head of the Scientific Educational Complex of Fundamental Sciences, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia) A Time Machine in Anisotropic Space

11.35-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.35: Berezin Viktor Aleksandrovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) The Principle of Least Action and Classical Theoretical Physics

13.35-13.50: Coffee break

13.50-15.25: Kauffman Louis (Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA) Introduction to the Dirac Equation and its Implications

 

July 6th

12.00-13.35: Vyatchanin Sergey Petrovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia) Laser Gravitational Antennas: Current State and Objectives

13.35-13.50: Coffee break

13.50-15.25: Mitrofanov Valeriy Pavlovich (D.Sc. (Phys. Math.), Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia) Interferometric Detectors of Gravitational Waves: State and Development Prospects

15.25-15.40: Coffee break

15.40-17.15: Romero Carlos (Professor, Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil) Gravitational Waves in Weyl Invariant Theory

 

July 8th

10.00-11.35: Tawfik Abdel Nasser (Professor, Egyptian Center for Theoretical Physics and Future University in Egypt, Egypt) Quantum Geometrical Approach for Quantum-Conditioned Gravity

11.35-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.35: Murli Manohar Verma (Professor, Cosmology and Relativistic Astrophysics Group, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India) Gravitational waves in f(R) gravity

13.35: Conclusion