N.N.SEMENOV INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS
RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
________________________________________


INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR

on

PHYSICS OF ELECTRONIC AND ATOMIC COLLISIONS







March 12-16, 2001

Klyazma, Moscow region
RUSSIA



 
 



 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE


Chair     Gennady Golubkov

                N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics
                Russian Academy of Sciences
                Kosygin str. 4
                Moscow 117977
                RUSSIA

                E-mail: golubkov@center.chph.ras.ru
                Home page: http://www.chph.ras.ru/~golubkov
                Fax: +7 095 1376130

Co-chairs     Giannoula Theodorakopoulos, Greece
                       Alexander Devdariani, Russia

Members      Robert Buenker, Germany
                        Jonathan Connor, United Kingdom
                        Yurii Demkov, Russia
                        Joachim Grosser, Germany
                        Tamaz Kereselidze, Georgia
                        Andrei Klyucharev, Russia
                        Evgueni Nikitin, Israel
                        Frank Rebentrost, Germany
                        Stanislav Umanskii, Russia
 
 

SCOPE AND PROGRAM

The International Seminar on Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions (ISPEAC) is held to promote the growth and exchange of scientific information in the field of electron-atom collisions, atom-atom interactions and related areas of molecular physics. The scientific program includes also the workshop “Potential Energy Calculation” in the framework of INTAS project “Multivector correlations in gas-phase chemistry”.
 
 

SEMINAR SITE

ISPEAC-2001 will take place in the Klyazma Hotel, which is situated on the bank of Klyazma river in the picturesque place 10-15 km north from Moscow.
 
 

ACCOMODATIONS

Participants will be accomodated at the Klyazma Hotel. Rooms have been booked for the nights of Monday 12 – Friday 16 inclusive (4 nights). Accomodation will be in single and twin rooms. The price $50/day per person includes full board and transportation from Sheremetevo-2 Airport to Klyazma Hotel and back.

Please, note:
1. We have no Application Fee
2. All the payment will be made in cash at the Seminar site in the hotel.
 
 

HOW TO GET TO THE HOTEL

The exact address of the Hotel is: Moscow region, pos. Pavedniki, pansionat "Klyazma". One can arrive there by bus N 503 or fixed-route taxi N 126 from metro station "Altufjevo" (gray metro line, north of Moscow). You should use the metro station exit near the first carriage from center and take the bus or fixed-route taxi from Cherepovetskaya ul. to bus-stop "Pavedniki" (the end of the route), then 10 min on foot to pansionat "Klyazma".


 

INSURANCE

The Organizing Commettee does not provide insurance and does not take any responsibility for accidents or illness that might occur during the week or in the cource of travel to or from the meeting place. It is therefore the responsibility of participants to check their health insurance requirements.


CONTACT PERSON

Dr. Maxim Golubkov
N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics
Russian Academy of Sciences
Kosygin str. 4
Moscow 117977
RUSSIA

E-mail: golubkov@center.chph.ras.ru
Fax: +7 095 1376130


KLYAZMA-2001

FINAL PROGRAMME
 

MONDAY MARCH 12

Afternoon      Arrival, Hotel Reception and Conference Secretariat

19:00             Dinner


TUESDAY MARCH 13

09:30              Welcome to the Seminar. Introduction
                      G. Theodorakopoulos, Theoretical and Physical Chemistry
                      Institute, Athens, Greece

                      and
                      Yu. N. Demkov, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia
 

Chair: J. Grosser, Universitat Hannover, Germany

10:00             "Development of the concepts of adiabatic approximation and
                      the recent results"
                      Yu. N. Demkov, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

10:30             "Potential energy and nonadiabatic coupling calculations for
                      collisions involving rare gas atoms and ions"
                      R. J. Buenker, Bergische Universitaet GH Wuppertal, Germany

11:00              Coffee Break

11:20             "The quasiradial and quasiangular wave functions of the 1eZ2
                      quasimolecule at large internuclear distances"
                      T. M. Kereselidze, Tbilisi State University, Georgia

11:50             "Multichannel quantum defect and complex coordinate
                      calculations on diatomic molecules"
                      I. D. Petsalakis, Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute,
                      Athens, Greece

12:20             "Adiabatic and diabatic energy surfaces of small molecules"
                      G. Theodorakopoulos, Theoretical and Physical Chemistry
                      Institute, Athens, Greece

12:50              Session close

13:00              Lunch
 

Chair: S. Ya. Umanskii, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics RAS,
            Moscow, Russia

16:30             "Collisional perturbations of Rg absorption lines in Rg+CF4
                       mixtures"
                      V. A. Alekseev, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

17:00             "Rydberg atoms among the neutral particles"
                      G. K. Ivanov, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics RAS,
                       Moscow, Russia

17:30              Coffee Break

17:50             "Sub-barrier scattering – tunneling of electrons through atoms
                      and molecules"
                      M. A. Kozhushner, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics
                      RAS, Moscow,Russia

18:20             "Geometrisation of electromagnetic field and topological
                      interpretation of quantum formalism"
                      O. A. Olkhov, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics RAS,
                      Moscow, Russia

18:50              Session close

 

Conference Dinner
 


WEDNESDAY MARCH 14

Chair: A. Z. Devdariani, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

09:30             "Nearside-farside analysis of angular scattering for molecular
                      collisions and chemical reactions"
                      J. N. L. Connor, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

10:00             "Semiclassical angular scattering resonances and rotating
                       complexes"
                      D.Sokolovski, Queen’s University of Belfast, United Kingdom

10:30             "Nonadiabatic formulation of the slow-atomic collision problem
                      in the finite electron basis"
                      S. Ya. Umanskii, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics RAS,                       Moscow, Russia

11:00              Coffee Break

11:20             "Manifestation of stochastic dynamics in a single atom-atom
                      collision"
                      A. N. Klyucharev, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

11:50             "Uniform approximation in the model of two repulsive potential
                      curves with exponential interaction"
                      Eu. Tchesnokov, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

12:20              Session close

13:00              Lunch
 

Chair: F. Rebentrost, Max-Plank-Institute fur Quantenoptik, Garching,
           Germany

16:30             "Collision pairs as atom interferometers"
                      J. Grosser, Universitat Hannover, Germany

17:00             "Geometric observation of atomic and molecular collisions"
                      O. Hoffmann, Universitat Hannover, Germany

17:30              Coffee Break

The Round Table

"What problems of atomic-molecule collision theory
can't be solved using modern computers"

Chair: Yu. N. Demkov, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

 

19:00              Dinner
 


THURSDAY MARCH 15


 
Conference Excursion
 
 
Chair: R. J. Buenker, Bergische Universitaet GH Wuppertal, Germany

16:30             "Atomic and molecular processes in hot dense plasma"
                      E. Leboucher-Dalimier, CNRS-CEA-Ecole Politechnique-Universite
                      Paris IV, France

17:00             "Double coincidence measurements of excited states of the
                      helium ion"
                      M. Dogan, University of Kokatepe, Afyon, Turkey

17:30              Coffee Break

17:50             "Calculation of Kr-Xe mixture barrier discharge parameters"
                      G. N. Zvereva, State Optical Institute, Saint Petersburg, Russia

18:20             "The electron impact excitation cross sections out of 23S
                      metastable state of He atom in experimental and theoretical
                      studies"
                      A. A. Mityureva, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

18:50              Session close

19:00              Dinner
 

Conference Concert
 


FRIDAY MARCH 16

Chair: J. N. L. Connor, University of Manchester, United Kingdom

09:30             "Optical collisions: a detailed look on the collision dynamics"
                      F. Rebentrost, Max-Plank-Institute fur Quantenoptik, Garching,
                      Germany

10:00             "Statistical models in the theory of scattering and
                      radiative-scattering phenomena"
                      V. A. Astapenko, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology,
                      Russia

10:30             "Femtosecond resonant Raman induced Kerr effect studies of
                      nonadiabatic intramolecular dynamics in the coupled
                      electronically excited states of NO2"
                      A. S. Vetchinkin, N.N.Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics RAS,
                      Moscow, Russia

11:00              Coffee Break

11:20             "Collision-induced radiative deexcitation of the metastable states:
                      Cd(53P2), Hg(63P2)+He, H2"
                      A. L. Zagrebin, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

11:50             "Optical emission and absorption of Mg*+He, H2
                      quasimolecules"
                      M. G. Lednev, Baltic State Technical University, Saint Petersburg,
                      Russia

12:20              Concluding remarks
                      A. Z. Devdariani, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

12:30              Close of meeting, lunch and departure