Day 1, October 21


Morning Session
Chair: Mario Salerno

10:00-10:35 Giulio Casati. That kind of motion we call heat: A major societal problem for the 21st century
10:35-11:10 Matteo Marsili. On the Importance of Being Critical

Coffee Break (11:10-11:40)

11:40-12:15 Abbas Ali Saberi. Percolation Theory and its Applications to the Natural and Artificial Landscapes
12:15-12:50 Katsuhiro Nakamura. Fast forward of adiabatic control of a quantum piston: force and equation of states
12:50-13:10 Iwan Setiawan. Accelerated adiabatic dynamics on quantum tunneling

Lunch break (13:10-14:30)

Afternoon Session
Chair: Giulio Casati

14:30-15:05 Keiji Saito. Heat transport via low-dimensional systems with broken time-reversal symmetry
15:05-15:40 Taksu Cheon. Dynamical Galam model
15:40-16:15 Bilal Tanatar. Density-Wave Instability and Collective Modes in Bilayer Dipolar Systems

Coffee Break (16:15-16:45)

16:45-17:20 Tassos Bountis. Stable dynamics of asymmetric coupled laser systems
17:20-17:55 Gholamreza Jafari. Frustration and glassy phase in the aged networks dynamics
17:55-18:15 Saparboy Rakhmanov. Quantum dynamics of hydrogen atom in a time-dependent spherical box

Welcome Reception (18:30-19:30)

Dinner (19:30-21:00)

Day 2, October 22

Morning Session
Chair: Hadi Susanto

9:00-9:35 Sang Wook Kim. To exorcise Maxwell's demon from quantum world
9:35-10:10 Aikaterini Mandilara. Quantum compiling without inverses via diffusion process in the Hilbert space
10:10-10:45 Chil-Min Kim. Scar formation and dynamical tunneling in chaotic microcavities

Coffee Break (10:45-11:15)

11:15-11:50 Jung-Wan Ryu. Amplitude death in a ring of inhomogeneous nonlinear oscillators with unidirectional coupling
11:50-12:10 Jasur Matrasulov Chaos in relativistic 2D atom in a constant uniform magnetic field
12:10-12:30 Karimjon Sabirov. Stationary sine-Gordon equation on metric graphs
12.30-12:50 Doniyor Babajanov. Dynamics of sine-Gordon solitons and networks

Lunch break (12:50-14:20)

Afternoon Session
Chair: Keiji Saito

14:20-14:55 Mohammad Reza Ejtehadi. Cell motility and taxis
14:55-15:30 Akira Katoh. Computational analysis to identify potential instructive signals for an oculomotor learning process
15:30-16:05 Kyoung J. Lee. Spatiotemporal nature of the biological master clock Suprachiasmatic Nucleus
16:05-16:40 Boris Oksengendler. Investigation of the adsorption properties of carbon adsorbents with fractal surfaces and the possibility of using them in medical diagnostics

Guided tour in Bukhara (16.45-19:00)

Dinner (19:00-20:30)

Day 3, October 23

Morning Session
Chair: Chil-Min Kim

9:00-09:35 Hadi Susanto. Turing bifurcations and localised solutions in networks
09:35-10:10 Riccardo Adami. Dimensional crossover on graphs: the case of the ground state for the NLS on the infinite grid
10:10-10:45 Mario Salerno. Compacton and quasi-compacton matter waves induced by time dependent interactions

Coffee Break (10:45-11:15)

11:15-11:50 Zhanat Zhunussova. Surface for a singular onesolitonic solution of nonlinear Schrodinger equation
11:50-12:10 Jambul Yusupov. Particle dynamics in driven networks
12:10-12:30 Bakhtiyor Baizakov. Bound states of solitons in Bose-Einstein condensates and optical fibers
12:30-12:50 Bekzod Turmanov. Faraday waves in dipolar Bose-Einstein condensates with two- and three - body atomic interactions

Lunch break (13:00-14:30)

Afternoon Session
Chair: Taksu Cheon

14:30-14:50 Sherzod Otajonov. Dissociation of soliton molecules under periodic perturbation in dipolar quantum gases
14:50-15:25 Davron Matrasulov. Dynamics of Dirac solitons in networks
15:25-16:00 Mirsaid Aripov. Critical exponents in nonlinear evolution equations and systems
16:00-16:20 Eduard Tsoy. Wave dynamics in fiber Bragg gratings with gain and losses