Stochastic Analysis and Random Dynamical Systems

June 14-20, 2009

Lviv, Ukraine

The conference is devoted to one-hundredth anniversary of N.N. Bogoliubov 

Organized by:

Institute of Mathematics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

 Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

National University “Lvivska Polytechnika”

National Taras Shevchenko University

General Information

Program Committee
Organizing Committee
Scientific Program
Invited Lecturers
Tentative list of participants
Conference Fee
Proceedings of the Conference
Social and Cultural Program
Registration Form
Travel and Accommodation
Information about Lviv

Information about Lviv

Lviv (Lvov, Lwow, Loewenburg, Lemberg, Leopolis) - is the city in western Ukraine. Its population is approximately 800.000. It was founded in the middle of the 13th century by Prince Danylo Galytskiy, and named after his son Leo ("Lion") Leopolis. In different periods of his history Lviv was  Polish, Austro-Hungarian, Russian empire’s and USSR’s city. Since 1991 it is a part of the independent Ukraine.

 In the central part of Lviv there are many  places of historical, architectural and religious importance (some of them belong to the 13th century). There are more than 30 historical, ethnographical, military museums and art galleries. Lviv has always been a significant educational center of Eastern Europe - Ivan Franko National University, Lvivska Politekhnika University and other higher educational establishments are located there.

 In 1998 the historical center of Lviv was included into the "List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage of UNESCO". We can name just a few places of historical importance: Rynok square ("Market") built [n the Renaissance style in the 16-18th century; Armenian Cathedral (the 14th century); The Latin Cathedral (the 15th century); The Boim's Chapel (the 17th century); Renaissance ensemble of the Church of the Assumption (the 16th century); The Church of Christ’s Body of the Dominican Order (the 18th century); St. George’s Cathedral (the 19th century); Lviv Opera House (the 19th century); Stryj park (founded in 1887). A lot of ancient fortifications and religious buildings are situated around Lviv - Olesko castle, Pidgirtsi castle. Balneology centers in Truskavets, Morshyn and Skhidnytsia, ski-centers in Slavsko and Tysovets. are situated not far from Lviv.

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