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→ PhysCon 2003 Photogallery
→ Saint Petersburg - The Venice of the North
→ Conference venue - Imperial Anichkov Palace
→ 300th anniversary of Saint Petersburg
The Institute for Problems of
61 Bolshoy ave. V.O.
The printed version of Physcon 2003 Proceedings (ISBN: 0-7803-7939-X) is now available from the IEEE and the electronic version is available from the IEEE online publications database IEEExplore at www.ieee.org.
Two papers presented at PhysCon 2003 but not appeared in the Proceedings due to a confusion have been published in the electronic journal RUSYCON (Russian Systems and Control Archive) at www.rusycon.ru The papers
"Chaos control of nonlinear current oscillations in semiconductor heterostructures" by E. Schoell, A. Amann, J. Schlesner, J. Unkelbach, W. Just,
and "Time delayed feedback control of chaos by spatio-temporal filtering"
by A. Amann, E. Schoell , N. Baba, W. Just
can be downloaded from
|PHYSCON 2003 PROCEEDINGS. Printed version of
Physcon 2003 Proceedings (ISBN: 0-7803-7939-X) will be available
from the IEEE (http://www.ieee.org/) in a few months. Meanwhile,
a limited number of both printed and electronic (CD-ROM, ISBN:
0-7803-7940-3) versions are available from
Contact organizers at email@example.com
The title of
the Proceedings for references:
2003 International Conference
"Physics and Control" Proceedings. Eds. A.L.Fradkov and
A.N.Churilov. St.Petersburg, Russia, 2003.
consist of four volumes entitled:
V.1. Physics and Control:
General Problems and Applications (pp.1-352)
V.2. Control of
Oscillations and Chaos (pp.353-709)
V.3. Control of Microworld
Processes. Nano- and Femtotechnologies (pp.710-1051)
Nonlinear Dynamics and Control (pp.1052-1381)
Each volume has
table of contents and author index for all volumes. The table of
contents can be downloaded here.
|NEW: PhysCon 2003 Photogallery
has been posted.
|Dear Colleagues and Friends,|
International Conference "Physics and Control" (PHYSCON'03) is now a
part of history. It was a success, with more than 230 participants
from 32 countries. 92 participants came from outside of Russia,
including 18 from USA, 12 from Germany, 8 from Ukraine, 5 from
Japan, 5 from Italy. 244 papers have been published in four volumes
of the Proceedings, 206 talks of 253 included into the preliminary
program were presented, including 7 plenary, 23 invited and 32
poster talks. The Final Report that will be posted soon along with
the Conference Photo Gallery.
At the closing ceremony it was
decided to continue our activities and to organize next "Physics and
Control" Conference in 2-3 years.
Besides, many participants
expressed the wish to have a website with
Physics-and-Control-related information: news, conferences,
publications, virtual round table, links to other sites, etc.
PHYSCON'03 Organizing Committee would be happy to expand this
to a portal, containing various information
and links, including website of the next PhysCon Conference. An
initiative group coordinating further activities has been created on
the basis of PhysCon IPC. We invite you to visit our website again
and find further information.
Many thanks to all the
participants for their coming!
We will be really happy to meet
you in Saint Petersburg again.
|ATTENTION: The emergency phone number of
Sergey Migush (person in charge of meeting people in the airport)
has changed. New phone numbers for emergency cases are
+7-905-219-5440 or 8-905-219-5440. |
|LAST MINUTE INFORMATION: |
are welcome to brink their books and promotional materials for the
- On arrival to Pulkovo airport look for a
person with the sign "PHYSCON'03"
if you provided Organizers with
your flight information.
|TRAVEL TIPS. Some tips for visitors
(especially those visiting St.Petersburg for the first time) may be
- How to get to the CONFERENCE HOTELS:
"Rus", Oktyabrskaya", "Moskva","Nauka"
- How to get to the CONFERENCE VENUE:
- MAP of
the St.Petersburg center (downtown)
- Yahoo! WEATHER FORECAST for St.
To see other travel tips click here
|SPEAKER INFORMATION. Multimedia projectors
will be available upon request (on first come-first served basis).
Please contact Organizers. |
Plenary talks will be allotted 40 min
+ 5 min for discussion.
Invited talks will be allotted 35 min +
5 min for discussion.
Talks at regular and invited sessions will
be allotted 15 min + 5 min for discussion. Posters talks material
should be placed within vertically oriented space 600mm by
TRAVEL INFORMATION. The Conference will be held at the
“Anichkov Dvorets” (Anichkov Palace), 39, Nevskiy ave., 190011,
Saint Petersburg, Phone: +7(812)310-4395 (From August 19 to August
The “Anichkov Palace” can be reached by metro (subway):
“Nevskiy Prospect”/“Gostiny Dvor” (exit to Sadovaya str.). To
facilitate transportation from the conference hotels "Oktyabrskaya",
"Rus", "Moskva", the local area map will be posted soon.
registration desk will be open
on Monday, August 18, 16:00-18:00
- Anichkov Palace (Department of Science);
on Tuesday, August 19,
15:00-19:00 - Anichkov Palace (Main Building).
on August 20, 21,
22: 9:00-16:00 - Anichkov Palace (Main Building).
TOURS. A number of sightseeing tours are organized for the
Conference participants and accompanying persons. PRICES AND DATES
ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGES if the amount of attendees is not sufficient.
Individual tours are available upon request at the Registration
Survey bus tour over Saint-Petersburg (free of charge for
participants): August 19, 16:00-19:00
Waterbus tour "Over rivers and channels": August 21,
The Hermitage ($15): August 21, 22:
Russian Museum (Russian Icon and Russian art) ($12):
August 20, 15:00-17:00
Bus tour to Peterhof ($30): Aug. 23,
Bus tour to Pushkin ($35): Aug.22,
|Preliminary program is updated.
|NEW HOTEL INFORMATION:To provide most
convenient accomodation for PhysCon 2003 participants, rooms in two
hotels located closely to the Conference venue in the center of the
city have been reserved.|
Hotel "Oktyabrskaya" (***, USD90 single/130 double)
Located in the historical center of St. Petersburg, at the crossing
of Nevsky and Ligovsky prospects within a walking distance (10 min
or one bus stop) from the Anichkov Palace (Conference venue). The
historical building serves as the hotel since 1851. The Hotel offers
comfortable rooms for one or two persons as well as Delux and
Semi-Delux rooms. All the rooms have bath and lavatory, telephone,
satellite TV, refrigerator. At the service for guests are
restaurants, bars, cafe, billiard-room, snack bar, conference hall,
business center, post office, shops, exchange office, plain and
train tickets, hair dressing, solarium. Buffet breakfast is
Hotel "Rus" (***, USD60 single/90 double) is located in
a quiet street, 20 min by foot or 10 min by tram from the Conference
venue. Only a limited number of rooms are available.
Russian participants will live in the budget hotel of Russian
Academy of Sciences located near metro station "Udelnaya" (7 metro
stops from the Conference venue).
Note that rates may be
subjected to changes (hotels extend the "high season" period due to
hign demand in this city celebration year).
of registration/hotel reservation letters are being distributed
today. Those not registered please inform us about your plans before
July 15. Otherwise the Organizers will not be able to guarantee the
|ATTENTION Physcon 2003 participants:
Confirmation letters for registration and hotel reservation will be
distributed next week. Hotel maps and transportation tips wıll be
posted on the web at the same time.|
Sorry for the delay caused by
clarifying the hotel situation which is hard during this special
|The PhysCon03 preliminary program including
all regular and poster sessions has been posted. |
comments are welcome.
See you in Saint Petersburg in
|The PhysCon03 preliminary program will be
posted within a few days. |
|The 300 year of St. Petersburg jubilee week
will start on May, 27. The highlights of the jubilee celebrations
will be broadcasted day and night by web-cameras placed in the
center of St. Petersburg at Malaya Sadovaya street, Nevsky Prospect
and on the roofs of the Hermitage and the Russian National
The Physcon 2003 participants are welcome to virtually
take part in the 300 year jubilee of St. Petersburg numerous events,
including aquacade and laser show in the delta of the Neva river,
meetings of President Vladimir Putin with the leaders of the
countries, etc. See at http://www.flyway.ru/
Note that after
the jubilee new fascinating attractions will be open for public,
e.g. restored from ruins Konstantinovsky palace (temporary residence
of the President Putin), legendary Amber Chamber at
Palace of Tsarskoe Selo
, etc. So make your plans to stay extra time in St.Petersburg and
to see its old and new sights. More information will be available in
|ATTENTION of foreign
According to new requirements of Russian Foreign
Ministry, to apply for visa support letter we need to mention
additionally the following data:
1. Place of birth.
Department/Division of your Employer.
3. We need to supply the
title page of your passport, containing the word "PASSPORT"
the name of the country (passports
of some countries do not
contain it at the information page).
Make sure you provide us
with all the data to speed up issuing the visa support
The visa support letters will be ready by the end of
May, if the data were received by us before May 1.
|HINTS FOR AUTHORS: HOW TO FIND REVIEWERS'
COMMENTS AND SUBMIT CAMERA READY COPY.|
-Enter the page
"Information for authors" of menu.
-Then click to
COMMENTS AND SUBMISSION OF CAMERA READY COPY".
- Then login
with your PIN and password to your virtual office, where you find
reviewers' comments (if any) and the buttons to upload your
Do not hesitate to contact Organizers at
firstname.lastname@example.org in the case of any problems.
|NOTE for Word using authors:|
For the title
of the paper the 18 point size bold font is recommended, while the
authors’names and addresses should be written in the 12 point size
font. The Authors' guide is updated accordingly.
|The distribution of the acceptance/rejection
letters has been completed. The authors who were not notified please
contact email@example.com |
|The joint IPC-NOC meeting took place on March
13 where the acceptance/rejection decisions were taken. The total
number of submissions exceeded our expectations. Finally, more than
330 papers from 35 countries were submitted and almost 300 of them
were included into the preliminary program. More than 20 invited
talks and 12 invited sessions are planned where leading experts in
the field will be lecturing. Now the Organizers are preparing to
distribute acceptance letters. The Authors are kindly asked to be
patient: the letters will be sent in a few days, hopefully on March
17-18. All the information on Registration, Accomodation, Visa;
Information for Authors, Travel Information and Social Program will
It is my pleasure to thank the IPC members,
Associate Editors and Reviewers for their time and contributions
ensuring high quality of the Conference technical
PhysCon 2003 NOC
|The reviewing of the papers submitted to
PhysCon 2003 is about to be completed. The results will be announced
soon. The total number of submissions exceeded our expectations:
more than 300 papers from 34 countries were submitted. We are doing
every effort to get two independent reviews for each one. We
appreciate work of our Associate Editors and Reviewers who are
working hard to finish reviewing in time. The names of Associate
Editors and Reviewers will be announced in the Conference
Zhores ALFEROV (Ioffe Institute, St.Petersburg,
Herschel RABITZ (University of Princeton, USA)
YORKE (University of Maryland, USA)
Jan AWREJCEWICZ (Poland) Modelling and simulation of
non-smooth mechanical systems
Viacheslav BELAVKIN (UK) "Quantum
filtering and feedback control"
Mario di BERNARDO (UK).
Bifurcations in Nonsmooth Dynamical Systems: Theory
Guanrong CHEN (City University of Hong Kong,
China) "Chaotification via feedback control: Theories, methods and
Gustav GERBER (Germany) "Optimal Control of
Molecular Femtochemistry" .
Alexander GINEVSKY, Polina LANDA
Russia) "Control of Turbulence in Jets by Acoustic Means."
L. KOSUT (USA) "Adaptive Control of Quantum Computing and
Robert LEVIS (USA) "Combinatorial Photonics,
with Tailored Strong Field Laser
Alexander LOSKUTOV (Russia) "Control of dynamical systems
and suppression of chaos"
Marcus MOTZKUS (Germany) "Open and
closed loop control of complex molecules with shaped fs
Kestutis PYRAGAS (Lithuania) "Control of chaos via an
unstable time-delayed feedback controller"
(Ukraine) "Ideal turbulence: definition and models"
VIOLA, Seth LLOYD and Emanuel KNILL (USA) "Quantum Control via
Dynamical Decoupling: Achievements and Prospects".