Leading researchers of the world meet at the International conference «Analytical and computational methods in the probability theory and its applications»
200 participantsfrom 27 countries (Russia, Latvia, Canada, Sweden, Great Britain, USA, Poland, Belorussia, Germany, Brazil. India, Finland, Hungary, France, Israel, Hong-Kong, Japan and Ukraine) discussed modern and future lines of research in different areas of theoretic and applied probability theory in 4 sections:
I. Analytical Methods in Probability Theory and its Applications
II. Computational Methods in Probability Theory and its Applications
III. Asymptotic Methods
IV. History of Mathematics
On the agenda – plenary meetings, the matic sections and round tables.
The collection of 147 articles out of 173 submitted papers will be published by Springer publishing agency (Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, Volume 10684) and indexed in ISI Conference Proceedings Citation Index, Scopus, WoS (Web of Science), EI Engineering Index, Google Scholar, DBLP, etc.
The event has been organized by Lomonosov MSU and RUDN University under the auspices of Moscow Mathematical Society with the support of “5-100” Project and information support of Gnedenko-Forum.
A specialist in spacecraft movement control analyzed the process of placing vehicle stages, boosters, and other space debris into the so-called disposal orbit and suggested cleaning lower orbits up with a spacecraft that has modules with engine units on board. These modules will attach to space debris objects and move them away. As for the geostationary orbit, a preferable way to clean it up would be a towing spacecraft that transports space debris objects into the disposal orbit.
A biologist from RUDN University studied the development of the immune response in prepubertal male and female animals. According to her, the severity and mortality of infectious and inflammatory diseases at this age depend not on the sex hormones, but mainly on the chromosome set or karyotype.
October 6, the Nobel Committee announced the 2021 Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry. They were scientists Benjamin List (Germany) and David Macmillan (USA) for new methods of molecular synthesis. RUDN chemists know Professor Liszt personally — in 2019, the researcher came to participate in the university conference.