PSU Gets Co-Funding by Local Government. New Grants at PSU

Seeing your future in hi-tech? Eager to promote your academic ideas in physics? Looking for research collaborations?

The Department of Theoretical Physics, PSU, received funding for the International Symposium “The Non-Equilibrium Processes in Continuous Media”. The symposium will raise current and relevant issues researched worldwide and locally efficient, inviting a broad circle of experts to participate. The projects by PSU scholars have become a winner of a grant contest by the Ministry of Education and Science of Perm krai, recently.

Progress in technology, brand new composite materials, nanotechnology require scientists to join their efforts. The symposium program covers plenary, oral and poster presentations within two sections, dedicated to Mechanics of Liquid and Gas, and Mechanics of Deformable Solids, complemented by mini-symposia. Researchers will talk about the evolution of large-scale vortex structures in turbulent flows, heat and mass transfer processes in the atmosphere and ocean, global changes and the ecosystem.

“The symposium is aimed at creating topic-based platforms for presenting and discussing the results of research in non-equilibrium processes in continuous media, obtained over the past year. New research tasks will be set, providing solutions within regional economy. As a result, we are planning special issues of scientific journals included in the Web of Science and Scopus databases,”

says Professor Tatiana Lyubimova, Department of Theoretical Physics, Chairman of the Symposium Committee.

The symposium “The Non-Equilibrium Processes in Continuous Media” will be held on 710 July 2021. Abstracts are accepted until 1 April 2021 at

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