First Circular Ukrainian version


On Analytic Number Theory and Spatial Tessellations

1. General Information

1.1 Introduction

The Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NASU), the T. Shevchenko Kyiv National University, the M. Gogol Nizhyn State Pedagogical University, the Ukrainian International Committee for Science and Culture of the NASU, and the Ukrainian Mathematical Society would like to announce the Third Voronoï Conference on Analytic Number Theory and Spatial Tessellations to be held in Kyiv from September 22 to 28, 2003. September 22 is the arrival day.

The Conference will be organized in honour of the eminent Ukrainian Mathematician Georgy Voronoï (1868-1908) who was born in Zhuravka, a small village some 160km east of Kyiv. The Conference will take place in Kyiv at the Institute of Mathematics of the NASU and at the National University. The organizing committee will make all efforts you could enjoy your stay in Kyiv.

1.2 Organizing Committee

Anatolij Samoilenko (Ukraine), Chairman,
Peter Engel (Switzerland), Vice-Chairman,
Halyna Syta (Ukraine), Secretary;
Tatiana Karataeva, Vasyl Ostrovskyi, Natalia Ryabova, Anatolij Serdyuk, Halyna Shvets, Yaroslav Vynnyshyn, Irina Yegorchenko - Institute of Mathematics of the NASU;
Mykola Perestyuk, Mykola Nazarenko, Andrij Yurachkivs'kyi - Kyiv Shevchenko National University;
Vasyl Yakovets - Nizhyn Pedagogical University.

Conference Address:

Voronoï Conference
Dr. H.Syta
Inst. of Mathematics Nat. Acad. Sci. Ukraine
Tereshchenkivska Str.,3
01601, Kyiv-4, Ukraine

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1.3 Program Committee

The Conference will include the following sections:
The members of the Program Committee responsible for the corresponding sections include:

1.4 Travel and Accommodation

Participants should make their own travel arrangements to Kyiv. A Conference bus will transfer participants from the Airport or Railway Station to the Institute of Mathematics of the NASU.

All participants will be accommodated in nearby hotels of different categories of their choice.

2. Scientific Program

The scientific program consists of full and short lectures. Abstracts should be submitted in English until May 15, 2003. Abstracts will be distributed at the beginning of the Conference.

The lectures will be presented at the auditories both of the Institute of Mathematics and of the University. Full lectures of 45 minutes will be given in the morning session. Short lectures of 20-30 minutes will be held in parallel sessions in the afternoon. Overhead projection facilities will be available.

3. Social Events

In the evening of the arrival day, Monday, September 22, an informal come-together meeting will take place. In the afternoon of Thursday, September 25, the conference excursion to the historical monuments of golden Kyiv will be organized. The conference banquet will take place in the evening of Friday, September 26.

For accompanying persons sightseeing tours to Kyiv and its surroundings will be organized each day at a low price.

4. After-Conference Excursion

From September 27 to 28, conference participants have the possibility to take part in a two days' after-conference excursion to Zhuravka, the native-place of Georgy Voronoï and his burial-place, and to ancient Chernigiv and Nizhyn, staying the night in the City Hotel in Nizhyn.

If you would like to receive further information, please, mail us to the conference address, and please indicate the sections of your interest.