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Federal Research Center 
"Krasnoyarsk Science Center of the Siberian
Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences"

 Федеральный исследовательский центр «Красноярский научный центр Сибирского отделения Российской академии наук»

Federal Research Center 
"Krasnoyarsk Science Center of the Siberian
Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences"

A scientist of KSC SB RAS became a co-organizer of the All-Russian colloquium on modern problems of physics

16 November 2020 г.

Учёный КНЦ СО РАН стал соорганизатором всероссийского коллоквиума по современным проблемам физики
Scientific supervisor of the direction "magnetism" of the after L.V. Kirensky Institute of Physics, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Krasnoyarsk Regional Science Foundation, Sergei Ovchinnikov became one of the organizers of the All-Russian colloquium on modern problems of condensed matter physics. As part of the colloquium, everyone will be able to listen to reports of world-class Russian and foreign scientists. The event will be implemented on the Zoom platform, and the link is available on the colloquium website. Presentations will be made in Russian and English.

The purpose of the colloquium is to provide an overview of the current state and major trends in condensed matter physics. However, unlike the usual format, it will target a wide audience. Reports on complex physical phenomena will be presented in a language understandable for a wide audience. This means that anyone can connect and learn about the latest achievements in science.

Among the speakers are scientists from the USA, Spain, Great Britain, Switzerland, Germany and Russia. They will talk about superconductors, semiconductors, ultra-high static pressures, magnetic materials and other topical problems of modern physics, as well as about its interaction with other sciences.

The pandemic pushed the organizers to the implementation of a large-scale project, which significantly limited the ability of scientists to discuss advanced achievements and discoveries, which had happened before during personal meetings at conferences and symposia.

“It is not a coincidence that the format of the meetings is designated as a colloquium,” comments Sergey Ovchinnikov. - Our goal is not so much to present the research results as at conferences, but to discuss the main trends in modern physics. About an hour is given for each presentation, while in the first 20 minutes the lecturer must immerse the audience into the topic and only after that present a more specified theme. And, of course, there is the feedback. That is, we have relied on the teaching format, so everyone interested in science can join the colloquium of world famous scientists. "

According to the organizers, meetings in this format are quite popular in the West and they are held in many scientific centers. However, most often such events are more specific, being not intended for a long term. The organizers plan to continue the All-Russian Colloquium on Contemporary Problems of Condensed Matter Physics in 2021. The list of participants is currently being discussed.

Everyone can connect to the upcoming reports on the conference website www.cond-mat.ru.

Time of lectures - 15:00 (Moscow time).

19 November — Dmitry Efetov, Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, Spain
"Magic Angle Bilayer Graphene - Superconductors, Orbital Magnets, Correlated States and beyond"

3 December — Robert Cava, Princeton University, USA
"Main problems in solid state physics: how chemists can help?"

17 December — Igor Mazin, George Mason University, USA
"Conventional high-Tc superconductivity: from A15 to MgB2 and H3S"

Sergey Ovchinnikov is a professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, honored scientist of the Russian Federation, head of the scientific direction "Magnetism" of the Institute of Physics of the Federal Research Center of KSC SB RAS. He is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Krasnoyarsk Regional Science Foundation. Sergey Ovchinnikov is one of the most active scientists in Krasnoyarsk, and he is included in the list of 100 thousand most cited scientists in the world.