Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS

with the support of

Novosibirsk State University
Russian Foundation for Basic Research
Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences


International Conference «Marchuk Scientific Readings 2020» (MSR-2020),
dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the birthday of RAS Academician Guri I. Marchuk


October 19 - 23, 2020, Akademgorodok, Novosibirsk, Russia

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11.05.2020 Due to the implementation of restrictive measures aimed at prevention of the spread of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), introduced by the authorities of the Russian Federation and subjects of the Russian Federation, by the decision of the RFBR Council Bureau dated April 15, 2020, Protocol No. 5 (232), the Organizing Committee decided to postpone the dates of the conference to October 19 - 23, 2020. Due to the change in conference dates, we are again opening the opportunity to submit and edit abstracts in your personal cabinets on the conference site. If you can't participate, please replace the title of the report in your personal cabinet with "Report removed".

The conference is dedicated to the 95th anniversary of the birth of the founder and first Director of The computer center of the USSR Academy of Sciences (currently ICMMG SB RAS), Chairman of the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the State Committee on science and technology of the USSR, the last President of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Chairman of the council on space of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Hero of Socialist labor academician Guri I. Marchuk - outstanding scientist, recognized specialist in the field of computational mathematics and mathematical modeling, atmospheric physics and geophysics, atomic and space projects, medicine and immunology, author of more than 350 scientific papers on computational and applied mathematics, including methods for calculating nuclear reactors, mathematical modeling in the problems of atmospheric and ocean physics, environment, immunology, and medicine. Guri Ivanovich was an outstanding organizer of science and created a huge scientific school, actively worked on the introduction of advanced developments in the industry, including numerical methods, mathematical modeling, computer technology, and computer science throughout his scientific activity, starting from the late 40s of the 20th century after graduating from the faculty of mathematics and mechanics of Leningrad University. G. I. Marchuk made a huge contribution to the nuclear project and the creation of the nuclear submarine fleet. Guri Ivanovich was one of the pioneers of space exploration when the fundamental foundations for air defense and missile defense systems were created, and then he was the organizer of the international project "World ocean", international systems for remote sensing of the Earth from space and space station flights to Venus.

The purpose of the conference is to gather specialists in numerical analysis, applied mathematics, and computational technologies to discuss topical issues of mathematics, practical application of modern methods of computational mathematics and mathematical modeling. The main topics of the conference correspond to priority areas and critical technologies in science and technology, including numerical analysis, methods of applied mathematics and mathematical modeling, parallel and distributed computing, and information systems.

The conference will help identify and systematize current problems and current trends in computational mathematics, computer science, and geophysics. The conference will contribute to the development of international scientific collaboration. Participation in the organization and holding of the conference of institutes of the Academy of Sciences and universities representing various fields of knowledge will contribute to the development of interdisciplinary relations.

We invite you to take part in the conference!

The conference is held with the financial support of The Russian Foundation for basic research, project no. 20-01-20025.