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International Conference “New trends in condensed matter physics”

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October 4-6, 2021 on the initiative of the S.U.Umarov Physical–Technical Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan will host an International Conference “New trends in condensed matter physics: Quantum transport, novel materials and advanced technologies”. The scientists from the Commonwealth of Independent States and foreign countries will take part in this scientific event. In particular, reports of foreign scientists from Azerbaijan, Germany, Italy, Israel, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation, Turkey, USA and Uzbekistan are expected. According to the main plan of the event, scientific discussions will be held, including on the following topics – Topological phenomena in low-dimensional materials, Dirac and Weyl semimetals, Quantum optics and nanophotonics, Novel materials for thermoelectric energy conversion, Low-dimensional functional materials and other relevant areas of the physical and technical field. We note that due to the restrictions associated with the pandemic, foreign scientists and experts present their scientific achievements in a remote (online) format.

It should be noted that this International Conference is supported by the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics (https://www.ictp.it/). Recall that this Center operates under the auspices of a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), one of the main tasks of which is to promote the development of science in developing countries.

The institute also thanks the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan for including this conference in the institute’s plan of events, as well as the leadership of the Uzbekistan Physics Society for advice and assistance in organizing this event.

Modern achievements of world science are the main axis of the development of society and the basis for economic development and raising the social standard of living of the peoples of the world. Over the 30-year period of state independence of our country, good conditions have been created for scientific research, education and training, including in the field of natural, exact and mathematical sciences. Joint scientific conferences with physicists and specialists from foreign scientific centers are important for further raising the level of fundamental scientific research in our country, establishing bilateral cooperation and are practically one of the main and irreplaceable sources of creative ideas for the intensive development of science, production and the economy of the modern world.

The international online conference covers the most relevant areas of condensed matter physics, which are currently being actively studied, and covers a wide range of issues, including topological phenomena, the theory of semimetals, problems of quantum optics and nanophotonics, quantum networks, thermoelectric energy conversion, low-dimensional functional materials, theoretical calculations of the electronic structure of new materials, superconducting spintronics, two-dimensional topological vortices. The purpose of the conference is to disseminate and update new knowledge, innovative developments and ideas, new results, problems and prospects with a special emphasis on advanced scientific technologies. This goal will be achieved by presenting reports of world-famous experts on the above topics, in particular, for young researchers of the country – undergraduates, doctoral students, researchers, as well as all comers and participants of the conference working in various fields of condensed matter physics.
The topics of the conference reports, which will be covered by invited lecturers, are devoted to the most pressing issues of condensed matter physics and its applications in quantum technologies, new functional materials and advanced scientific developments.
The lectures and short discussions will focus on the following topics:
– Topological phenomena in low-dimensional materials;
– Dirac superconductors;
– Quantum optics and nanophotonics;
– New materials for thermoelectric energy conversion;
– Low-dimensional functional materials;
– Quantum networks and their applications;
– Dynamics of a nanomagnet associated with a long Josephson junction;
– Research of electronic, geometric and elastic properties of red phosphors.
Giulio Casati (University of Insubria, Italy) – confirmed
– Riccardo Adami (Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
Iman Askerbeyli (Ankara University, Turkey) – confirmed
Anastasios Bountis (P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University, Yaroslavl, Russia) – confirmed
– Reinhold Egger (Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Dusseldorf, Germany)
Yuval Gefen (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) – confirmed
Makhsud I. Saidaminov (Chemistry, ECE & CAMTEC, University of Victoria, Canada) – confirmed
Elchin Jafarov (Institute of Physics, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Azerbaijan) – confirmed
Ali Rezakhani (Sharif University of Technology and Institute for Research in Fundamental Science (IPM), Iran) – confirmed
Vahid Karimipoor (Sharif University of Technology, Iran) – confirmed
Seyed Akbar Jafari (Sharif University of Technology, Iran) – confirmed
– Andrei Kolovski (L.V. Kirensky Institute of Physics, Russia)
Aikaterini Mandilara (Nazarbaev University, Kazakhstan) – confirmed
Davron Matrasulov (Turin Polytechnic university  in Tashkent, Uzbekistan) – confirmed
Farhan Saif (University of Ulm, Germany) – confirmed
Vittorio Peano (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany) – confirmed
Kholmirzo T. Kholmurodov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna; Dubna State University; Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia) – confirmed
Ilhom Rahmonov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia) – confirmed
Sabur Abdullaev (S.U.Umarov Physical–Technical Institute of the NAST, Tajikistan) – confirmed
Neslihan Akcay (Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey) – confirmed
Mehrdod Subhoni (S.U. Umarov Physical–Technical Institute of the NAST, Tajikistan) – confirmed 
Jambul Yusupov (Yeoju Technical Institute in Tashkent, Uzbekistan) – confirmed
SPEECH TOPICS (invited talks)
Critical temperature and plasmon spectrum of Dirac superconductors: the case of graphene monolayer on substrate (Iman Askerbeyli)
Energy Transport in 1-Dimensional Models of Engineering Materials (Anastasios Bountis)
Heat control, Onsager relations and efficiency of thermal machines (Giulio Casati)
Supercritical phenomena in artificial planar atoms in graphene (Davron Matrasulov)
Anyonic interferometry in quantum Hall phases (Yuval Gefen)
Simulation of a simple spin system on the IBM Quantum Computer (Vahid Karimipoor)
Spacetime structures in solid state physics (Seyed Akbar Jafari)
On the exact solution of the quantum harmonic oscillator model exhibiting semiconfinement effect (Elchin Jafarov)
Molecular dynamics of nanoscale systems combined with neutron scattering and spectroscopy methods (Kholmirzo T. Kholmurodov)
Multimode waveguides: a way for coherent and non-dispersive propagation (Aikaterini Mandilara)
Predicting band structures and topological invariants using deep learning (Vittorio Peano)
Resonance features of the DC-SQUID with the Phi-0 junctions (Ilhom Rahmonov)
Correlation Picture for Dynamics of Open Quantum Systems (Ali Rezakhani)
Novel Materials for Solar Energy (Makhsud I. Saidaminov)
From Anderson localization to dynamical localization: Cold atoms in driven Systems (Farhan Saif)
Variations of aerosol optical thickness, water vapor and Ångström parameter over the semi-arid zone of Tajikistan (Sabur Abdullaev)
Emerging Cu2SnS3 Thin Film Photovoltaic Absorbers: Production, Characterization and Device Performance (Neslihan Akcay)
First-principles studies of the electronic, geometrical and elastic properties of Mn4+ doped А2XY6 red phosphors (Mehrdod Subhoni)
Modeling and design of PT-symmetric networks: Quantum transport, soliton dynamics and dissipation effects (Jambul Yusupov)
Conference program (NEW)
Conference co-chairs:
Farkhod Shokirov (PHTI, Tajikistan), Giulio Casati (Insubria University, Italy)
Local Organizing Committee:
Tagoymurod Salikhov (TNU Research Institute)
Fitrat Kholmurodov (PHTI)
Sabur Abdulloev (PHTI)
Khaiyom Rahmonov (PHTI)
Shavkat Azimov (PHTI)
Mehrdod Subhoni (PHTI)
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Conference Secretariat.
E-mail: phti.tajikistan@gmail.com
* Registration is required for speakers not listed in the program.
734063, Republic of Tajikistan, Dushanbe, Aini Ave. 299/1.
S.U.Umarov Physical–Technical Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan.
Conference room, 3rd floor.


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Video review
Farkhod Shokir (PHTI NAST, Dushanbe)
E-mail: farhod0475@gmail.com
Khaiyom Rahmonov (PHTI NAST, Dushanbe)
E-mail: khayom-tj@mail.ru
Conference Secretariat (PHTI NAST, Dushanbe)
E-mail: phti.tajikistan@gmail.com