Conference on Mathematical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Infinite-Dimensional Analysis

The International Conference on Mathematical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Infinite-Dimensional Analysis will be held June 17-21, 2019, at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

This conference is devoted to the search for common problems, goals, and investigation methods in differential equations and operator theory, topological and differential dynamics of systems with continuous and discrete time, ergodic theory, measure theory, random processes theory, and quantum mechanics. The aim of this conference is to present and discuss the contemporary results in PDE, dynamical systems, infinite-dimensional analysis, and their applications to quantum theory, statistical mechanics, and other fields of mathematical physics.


Mathematical physics: mathematical aspects of classical, quantum, and statistical mechanics, qualitative theory of PDE, geometric measure theory, gravitation theory, quantum biology, random operators, and random graphs

Dynamical systems: topological and differential dynamics of finite- and infinite-dimensional systems, ergodic theory, Hamiltonian systems, applications of dynamical systems theory to the problems of mathematical physics and infinite-dimensional analysis

Infinite-dimensional analysis: functional integrals and Feynman integrals, their application to quantum dynamics and statistical mechanics; abstract theory of measure and integral, complex, and multivalued analysis, quantum structures of functional analysis and noncommutative integration; quantum information theory

The conference is organized by the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology jointly with the Steklov Mathematical Institute and Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Program committee
  • Dmitriy Treschev (chairman)
  • Vsevolod Sakbaev (vice chairman)
  • Luigi Accardi
  • Giovanna Citti
  • Branko Dragovich
  • Lyudmila Efremova
  • Alexander Holevo
  • Alexey Ilyin
  • Valery Kozlov
  • Rene Lozi
  • Yuri Orlov
  • Evgenii Polovinkin
  • Oleg Smolyanov
  • Anatoliy Stepin
  • Aleksandr Shananin
  • Igor Volovich

Organizing committee
  • Andrei Raigorodskiy (chairman)
  • Grigoriy Ivanov (vice chairman)
  • Vsevolod Sakbaev (vice chairman)
  • Vladimir Busovikov
  • Lyudmila Efremova
  • Alisa Grekhneva
  • Nikolay Gusev
  • Artem Kalinichenko
  • Mariana Lopushanski
  • Vera Markasheva
  • Olga Proncheva
  • Nikolay Shamarov
  • Alexander Tyulenev
  • Dmitriy Zavadskii
  • Rasim Zukhba



Registration: March 1, 2019

Abstract submission: March 1, 2019

Please, also note that foreign participants will need a Russian visa to attend the conference.

You can contact the organizers at with any questions.

Registration fee

The standard fee is 5,000 rubles for Russian and 100 euros for foreign participants, but students and PhD students get an 80% discount.

Among other things, the registration fee covers the publication of a book of abstracts both in printed and electronic format and a reception (the welcome party).


  • Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology dormitory. The total price of a one-room apartment for one, two, or three persons is around 2,000 rubles (about 27 euros). The total price of a two-room apartment for between one and five persons is around 3,500 rubles (48 euros).
  • The IQ hotel in Dolgoprudny is a 10 minutes’ walk from MIPT. Single and double rooms cost between 2,700 rubles and 4,000 rubles, or about 37 euros to 55 euros.
  • The hotel Royal is 15 minutes away by shuttle from MIPT. It offers single and double rooms for about 4,000 rubles.
In order to book your stay, please, send the dates of your check-in and check-out to the organizing committee, along with the name of the hotel, the type of room (single or double), and the number of persons.


If you have any questions, please contact us at

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Time: 09:00
Location: MIPT campus in Dolgoprudny, Russia

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