SCTMS researchers took part in the XXII International Scientific Conference of Young Scientists and Specialists (AYSS-2018) held on April 23-27, 2018 at Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR, Dubna, Russia).
The current conference was organized by the Association of Young Scientists and Specialists of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research and was held at the Laboratory of High Energy Physics (LHEP). The participants were mainly concentrated on the accelerator complex NICA (Nuclotron-based Ion Collider fAсility), a main project of LHEP JINR. Over 200 participants from 15 countries attended the conference.
Topics of lectures, plenary and session reports of AYSS-2018 covered the following research areas: Mathematical Modeling and Computational Physics, Theoretical Physics, High Energy Physics, Particle Accelerators and Nuclear Reactors, Experimental Nuclear Physics, Applied Research, Information Technology, Condensed Matter Physics, Life Science. Roman Eremin and Pavel Zolotarev made their contributions to the session “Condensed Matter Physics”. Pavel presented the report “A topology-based investigation of the Ti-doping effects on the K+ conductivity in doped K(Fe,Ti)O2 solid electrolyte” and Roman made the presentation “DFT-based study of the disordered solid electrolytes”.
Our delegates drew their attention to reports on neutron methods of condensed matters’ research that were presented by Dr. Denis Kozlenko, the head of Department of Neutron Scattering Investigations of Condensed Matter of Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics (JINR) and Dr. Valery Shvetsov, the head of Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics. The report of Gennady Ososkov “Deep learning applications in experimental high energy and nuclear physics” and Ermuhammad Dushanov “Approaches to the modeling of radiation-induced disorders in the nervous system” provoked interest of Pavel and Roman.